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Reviewed 21 May 2009

We had no where to stay in Ravello. We stumbled on this hotel, which is not easy, it is down a long corridor of ivy covered stone walls. Our room was very reasonably priced and sufficient for our needs. The outside patio had a lovely view. Everything was simple and tasteful. The only negative is in Ravello there are no vehicles and it is a challenge to get your bags to the hotel. Had dinner at the restaurant, the food was excellent and again, the view was amazing. Very little english spoken in this area but the owners were very helpful in trying to understand our poor italian.

Date of stay: May 2009
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1  Thank TemptingTravel
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Reviewed 17 November 2008

This is a quiet,intimate hotel with a majestic view over the Amalfi coast. From the hotel's terrace you can see from Castiglione, to Minori, Maiori, Capo d' Orso, Salerno and in the background the Cilento coast.
The rooms are old fashioned but comfortable, no A/C, but outside some them there is a green garden with a porch the provides shadows and freshness.

You can't miss it you you're looking for quietness and intimacy. And romantic.

Date of stay: October 2008
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Photos_On_The_Road
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Reviewed 25 July 2008

What an amazing place!!! the best views ever of the coast.Highest n furthest up on the top.Peaceful.Wonderful restaurant too. Good price too.... Parking also quite close by. Deffenetly worth the money!!! I can highly recommend. Nice privat balcony with the amazing view, was like a dream! see picture from our balcony!!!

Date of stay: July 2008
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank italiana76
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Reviewed 7 September 2007

I read the lovely reviews of this hotel and it seemed perfect. Could never find a website or an e-mail address for this hotel. I finally found a phone number. when I called and indicated I spoke no Italian, the gentleman seemed to speak good English. I told him I would like to stay 5 nights, and he had no vacancy for those 5 nights. When I asked him if he had vacancy for some of those nights, he said "no" and hung up on me very abruptly while I was in mid-sentence. Perhaps, it was language difficulty, or he was just busy, but it made a bad impression on me. I will either book thru Summer in Italy (small apt) or Hotel Toro. In the future, I will fax this hotel, and not attempt to communicate by phone.

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Date of stay: September 2007
1  Thank suzygd2
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Reviewed 4 March 2006

We had an absolutely wonderful experience in this special hotel in the charming, utterly splendid village of Ravello. The restaurant overlooks the sea from dizzying heights as the village is built on the mountainside high above the mediterranean. The food is excellent. You can not get to this hotel by car but must walk through winding, narrow streets that climb up and down connecting the various levels of the village. The rooms facing the sea have window shutters that open onto this glorious view. I will return to this place hopefully next year and spend yet more time in this adorable hotel.

Date of stay: December 2005
12  Thank GlobeTrotting24998
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