Ravello Hotels

The Ravello hotels are not to be overlooked when planning a trip to Italy's scenic Amalfi Coast. After all, there are quite a few gems to select from, and the town of Ravello itself offers plenty of charms for visitors. The coastal views the are afforded by the high mountain location are reason enough to consider making Ravello your Amalfi Coast base, and only adding to the allure are the town's wonderful collection of historic edifices.

The Ravello hotels, as is true of the Amalfi Coast hotels on the whole, are relatively expensive. As such, some visitors will be interested in staying at one of the town's more affordable lodging establishments. Among these establishments is the Hotel Toro, which calls Via Roma, 16 home. The friendly rates include breakfast, and the guest units, while somewhat basic, are clean and tasteful. Standard amenities include air conditioning, a TV with international channels, and Wi-Fi.

Travelers who have moderately priced accommodations in mind for their Italy vacations might take a look at the Hotel Graal. Situated in a great part of town, this hotel at Via della Repubblica, 8 is known for offering some world-class views at a reasonable price. Guest units are bright and cheery, and the standard amenities are quite enticing. These amenities include immaculate views, satellite TV, a mini bar, and air conditioning. Outside of the rooms, guests at the Hotel Graal will find a restaurant, a swimming pool, and a reading room.

The top Ravello hotels are also among the very best hotels in the entire world. This is certainly the case with the Hotel Palazzo Sasso (pictured). Originally a twelfth-century villa, this amazing hotel is immaculate in so many ways. The building has a rich history, lovely architecture, and more amazing views would be hard to imagine. Two-star Michelin dining is just one more reason why the Palazza Sasso is world-renowned, and the luxurious guest units are all but impossible to find fault with. As you would expect when it comes to the world's great luxury hotels , the Hotel Palazzo Sasso features a deluxe spa where guests can pamper themselves any number of ways, and the highly competent staff can help guests arrange things such as helicopter service, excursions to places such as Pompeii , and cooking classes.

Should the Hotel Palazza Sasso be booked, discerning travelers can always see if there is a vacancy at the Hotel Caruso. Another world-renowned luxury hotel, this former eleventh-century palace offers plenty of historical charm to go with its state-of-the-art amenities. A beautiful infinity pool is among the main facility highlights, and both the rooms and suites feature plush beds to go with their sizeable bathrooms. Guests at the Hotel Caruso can also indulge in spa treatments at the wellness center, take a tour of the splendid gardens, or dine at one of two excellent restaurants. Special lodging packages that include things such as breakfast and dinner are offered by the Hotel Caruso with regularity, and guests can consider paying extra to play golf or tennis on the side. Guests might also take advantage of the special packages that are offered by the hotel's parent company, Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. They allow travelers to enjoy the same flat rate at various Orient-Express hotels around Italy, such as the Hotel Caruso and the Hotel Cipriani in Venice.

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