Throughout, the Casa Angelina is dressed in flawlessly contemporary style. Think pristine whitewash, clean lines and specially selected artwork that includes bright splashes of Murano glass sculptures. And, these design sensibilities continue into the elegant accommodation. Limited to just 39 rooms, most are treated to the hotel’s signature views from terraces and private balconies, while all feature iPads and touch-panel-controlled lighting.
This being Italy, the restaurant is, of course, a highlight. Breakfasts of fresh fruits and just-baked pastries give way to afternoon sorbets and poolside prosciutto before you finish the day with Mediterranean fineries. Expect everything from lobster spaghetti to sautéed squid served up to rooftop views. What’s more, with nearby Napoli widely touted as the birthplace of pizza, the Casa Angelina’s wood-fire oven turns out some excellent examples.
The rest of the Casa Angelina’s facilities are suitably excellent. Between the sun terrace, outdoor pool and the private beach club, you’ll have a full choice of places to soak up the Mediterranean rays before perhaps relaxing further with a spa treatment. The massages are especially good. There’s also a boat available to charter if you want to head out and explore.