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Luxury stays: Le Sirenuse, Positano

In this video, Grand Luxury Hotels co-founders and brothers, Ivan and Rouslan Lartisien, invite us to join them at Le Sirenuse, a Positano summer house whose charm and beauty casts a seductive spell.

Once a holiday residence of the Sersale family, Le Sirenuse opened its doors as a hotel to the public in 1951, inviting discerning visitors to spend days luxuriating, gazing in serene contentment at the Positano Bay, while surrounded by bougainvillea and sipping expertly-prepared cocktails.

Here, the surroundings are bold, yet tasteful, opulent, yet welcoming. And while the deep red façade of Le Sirenuse gives way to chic white interiors filled with international artwork, creeping vines and chandeliers, every guest can explore at their own pace and feel completely at home.

As they soon discover, Le Sirenuse lavishes its visitors with a perennial sense of ease and nonchalance, while always offering them something beautiful and compelling to experience, along the way.

View the original video here.

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