Although this is a small hotel by some standards, the staff are accomodating and friendly - doing whatever they can to make your stay enjoyable. The views are beautiful as are the hotel rooms. A great terrace for breakfast and drinks. Highly recommended
"Very well run hotel; great, eager to please staff"
Had a great 7 night stay at Hotel Bonadies. We didn't have a balcony in our Standard Room, but we did have the most beautiful view imaginable, plenty of space, air conditioning and every comfort. A special mention to the housekeeping staff for their efficiency and very high standards. The outdoor breakfast dining area, rooftop terrace with seating and sun loungers and pool area are on three different levels and all have breathtaking views. A good buffet breakfast is provided, with coffee and tea being served by staff at tables.
J&K from UK
In a poetic location where the sky meets the sea, the Bonadies Hotel, Ravello, Italy is sure to inspire you. Located in the …More
The Palumbo Hotel is an enchanting masterpiece. Every minute is a feast for the senses. The decor was superb and the staff was very accommodating.
It is in a very good location, and there is a charming little cafe next door.
I would definetely return to this hotel if I am lucky enough to go back to Ravello some day.
Eileen from Commack, New York
The Palumbo 5-star Hotel in Ravello is beautifully located on a hillside overlooking the lovely coast of Amalfi , 5 km …More
drove to ravello and had a little trouble finding ravello rooms but completely worthwhile as our room was a good size and the view spectacular. Guiseppe was the best host with great friendly advise, great coffees and lovely breakfasts. Our 4 days there went all to fast. Highly recommend. There are a few stairs to climb but there are stairs everywhere.
Villa Maria is in the perfect location. A bit off the main Piazza in Ravelo which means it is quiet and tranquil, yet near enough to be close to restaurants and shops. You do have to have mobility as one cannot just drive up to the entrance to the hotel. You park in a car park just off the Piazza and walk about 5 minutes uphill. At first that can be a bit daunting, but assuming you are in reasonably good shape, you will soon find the short hike just part of the ambience. Someone will bring your luggage up for you so you don't have to drag it with you. The effort is well worth it. The hotel is lovely and has a wonderful terrace with an amazing view of the Mediterranean. Try a Negroski or Negroni while there. The restaurant is excellent, and most of the staff are friendly, resourceful and accommodating. Our room (103) was comfortable and had a large window looking out over the hotel garden, vineyard and ultimately down to the Sea.
Nancy from Los Angeles, CA
Rich and interesting is the history of this villa which was roman noble Marquis de Cinque family's manor, an history which …More
Over 300 steps from town centre but that gives you good views and away from other tourists. Very basic breakfast left in fridge for 2 days and room not made up after first morning. Need to be fit (and carry minimal luggage) to enjoy this b&b. Only a small bar up the street that opens at 4pm so may want to take extra food with you. Worth the effort.
The Bed & Breakfast Giardino dei Limoni is located on the cliffs overlooking the Amalfi Coast, in the beautiful little town …More
We tried to experience both worlds of the Amalfi Coast, staying at the Grand Vesuvius Hotel in Sorrento with 90 rooms/floor and at the Maison Rafael in Minori with a total of ten rooms. Minori is a blue collar town--kids going to school, laundry hanging from the porches... Antonio the owner of the Maison Raphael speaks great English and he has a sense of humor. He gave us good suggestions to places to eat and where to catch the bus, etc. He runs a clean hotel (although the toilet did run all night), but it is a clean room with balconies overlooking the street. After driving the Amalfi coast, I gladly parked the car and took the bus to get to the town of Amalfi. Antonio has a gated parking lot for guests, but the charge is 17.50 Euro per day for parking. There is a bus stop within sight of the hotel, so we caught the bus to the city of Amalfi to catch the boat to the Isle of Capri. The town of Minori has some good restaurants and it is worth exploring the back alleys of the town--we ran into a music school with an operatic soprano singing at one end with accordian music from the other end. Nice town, nice hotel.
Marco from Morgantown, WV
The Maison Raphael hotel lies in a central position on the Amalfi coast, in Minori, close to Pompei, Paestum, Minori's Roman …More
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