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A gorgeous former palazzo dating from the 12th century and which is now a stylish and romantic five-star hotel, with stunning views over the Amalfi coast from its rooms, balconies and small terraced gardens which have an outdoor pool and gym. There is also a Michelin-star restaurant.

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The hotel is in the village of Ravello, 1,000 feet above sea-level and overlooking the stunning Amalfi Coast and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. The hotel is in a quiet location in a row of historic palazzos, on a small pedestrianised and cobbled street, just five minutes' walk from the central piazza.

By plane: there are direct flights to Naples from London (2 hours 35 miniutes) and Manchester (2 hours 55 minutes). The hotel is one hour's drive from the airport. Books flights to Naples.

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This is a really stylish and luxurious hotel in a historic building. Expect gorgeous details like antique chairs, gilded mirrors, orchids and cosy sofas in the bar. The area and hotel is romantic.


The hotel has everything from room service to an excellent concierge who will arrange transfers, tickets and excursions. There's a 20m outdoor heated pool, a spa, an infinity hydropool on the roof and a small outdoor gym with sea views. The hotel has a private beach club on the coast, around 15 minutes' drive away in Marmorat, with a restaurant and small pool, and free shuttles from the hotel.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Private beach
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi


Most rooms have sea views but some are on the other (mountain) side. Rooms vary - some have balconies and jacuzzi baths, other rooms are smaller or have partial sea views.

Room types: Room, Superior, Sand, Acquamarine, Deluxe, Junior Suite, Immenso Suite, Deluxe Suite, Orizzonte Suite, Infinito Suite, Belvedere Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with luxury toiletries, iPod dock, TV, mini-bar, free Wi-Fi


Rossellinis restaurant has one Michelin star and the food is fantastic. The chef's table (for four guests) is located near the kitchen, and the sommelier's table (two guests) is in the wine cellar. Terrazza Belvedere is perfect for an al fresco lunch with sea views. Breakfast can be served on the outdoor terrace.

Rossellinis Restaurant: Italian cuisine, open for dinner.

Caffé dell'Arte: cocktails and snacks.

Terrazza Belvedere: casual dining and small plates.

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