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The main road through Positano that leads to the Spiaggia Grande is Via dei Mulini: you’ll find us at number 23. A charming nineteenth-century residence, Palazzo Murat is protected by a shaded gardenwhere Mediterranean scents of citrus will distract you from everything and everyone. An oasis in the very center of Positano.

We like to think of our hotel as a home from home and you will be regarded as a family friend. That’s why there’s nothing we care about more than transforming every single day of your holiday into its own special story, to be kept as a precious memory.

THE PEACE YOU DIDN’T EXPECT

Can you smell the powerful scent in the air? It’s the scent of the lemons, hydrangeas, and roses of Donna Carmela in the garden of Palazzo Murat and which still grow around the courtyard, restaurant, and around the hotel pool. Not unlike being in an enchanted kingdom.

EXPLORE THE GARDEN
A soft

embrace of green

FOOD FOR THE PALATE AND THE SOUL

The Al Palazzo Restaurant is a blend of refined culinary creations. Every dish our chef brings to the table to satisfy your palate is a tribute to the gastronomic excellence unique to the Amalfi Coast.

Like being

In an enchanted land

In the heart of Positano

We are right in the center of Positano, in the pedestrian area a few meters from Piazzetta dei Mulini, the Spiaggia Grande, and all the other main spots in town. Beyond the gate of the Palazzo the atmosphere is enchanting: you’ll find elegant tailored shops, art galleries, open-air cafes, and terraces filled with jasmine, bougainvillea, and orange flowers.

Jump into the colors of Positano

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Al Palazzo: the most romantic restaurant in Positano

Food and good wine have always been real love boosters. Smiles and loving looks are exchanged over the dishes. Marriage proposals and engagement rings often happen on the wonderful tables of the restaurants of Positano. ...

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The Roman Villa of Positano: a treasure shining again

The Roman Villa and the new MAR - Museo Archeologico Romano Positano are one of the things not to be missed while visiting Positano. The Villa is located in front of the sea just below the Church of Santa Maria dell'Assunta, a few steps from Palazzo Murat. ...

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A Positano Wedding like no other

Palazzo Murat is imbued with the love stories of thousands of travelers coming here from all around the world. ...

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The secret enchantment of the garden Donna Carmela

The Hotel Palazzo Murat is the perfect place to stay in Positano thanks to its many unique features: atmosphere, elegance, architecture, a noble past and an informal yet smart hospitality. But there is something more: every corner of the Palace hides fascinating stories, that blend tradition and magic. ...

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Sentiero degli Dei, trekking between sky and sea

When you say “Positano”, you imagine seaside, sun, walks through the city centre and some shopping in fashion boutiques. It is so, but our land offers uncountable pleasures. One of the most loved by us at Palazzo Murat – we love all the territory as our home, and in fact it is – is trekking. ...

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Palazzo Murat among Top 25 Hotels in Italy according TripAdvisor

A successful hotel is recognizable by its numbers – right - but especially by emotions and voices that is all special moments given to its guests. ...

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Scallops and red prawns with tomato granita

Every time you choose Al Palazzo Restaurant, you make us a special gift: you trust us. And we do our best not to betray you, trying to turn every night by us in a series of taste ecstasy moments. ...

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A day in Positano

Positano: just say the name and you can feel yourself already wandering the windy, narrow streets...

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A recipe from Chef Giuseppe Forte

Spaghettone di Gragnano with broad, beans, cuttlefish, and cream of sea truffle (tartufo di mare) ...

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Once upon a time there was a king…

Palazzo Murat really is a hotel out of the ordinary, because it was the private residence of Gioacchino Murat, king of Naples and husband of Caterina Bonaparte, Napoleon's sister ...

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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY
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It’s a wonderful building, you can feel right away that you’re in a very special place Ciro

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