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Travel Blogs from Ravello
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... to Pompeii we wanted to book our train ticket from Naples to Florence whilst here in Sorrento so that we only have to spend minimal time in Naples (for obvious reasons!) That done we can head off to enjoy the history and sites of the area. Arriving at Pompeii train station we had prepurchased tickets to visit Mt Vesuvius. This was an interesting tour and not what I was expecting. Cattle truck (not really but felt like it) up to the National Park and then transfer to a ...
... alleyways to find a ceramic factory. The quality of their work was amazing. The owner was a creative genius.
Then I needed to get to work and proceeded to tour two 5 star properties in Ravello. Palazzo Avino and the Hotel Caruso Belvedere. Both properties were outstanding. Each was a former private villa with approximately 50 hotel rooms or less. I was impressed by the hospitality of each location to take their time to show me ...
We forgot to mention that on our arrival we were greeted with a beautiful 12 inch fruit pastry made
by our host. Chery ate one small slice but Chuck thoroughly enjoyed the rest.There may be other things of particular interest to us that may be out of sequence but we will include them as we recall them.
After a breakfast of bacon and eggs, we made our way back to Ravello. We made ...
... before but thanks to our lovely bus ride I can no longer say this is true. Not much more to say about this quiet little town but just enjoy the views! Check out the pictures below!
*Take Sita bus to Ravello from Amalfi. Catch the bus not where the other buses wait but the bus stop closer to the entrance to the beach.
*Give the kids a map of Ravello and have them find all the ponds or gardens. Keeps them busy when your trying to take loads of ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Parsifal Ravello
My wife and I just returned from a trip to italy during which we spent 3 nights at the Parsifal based on Trip Advisor revies. The brothers and cousin who run the hotel are extremely helpful and add to the Ravello experience recommending day hikes/restaurants and answering our questions. We arrived a day early, so when they couldnt give us a room with a view of the coastline, they gave us a larger room facing the valley, but with a 50 ft balcony running over the loggia entrance to the hotel, where we could sit out, sun ourselves and view the coastline. The hotel is clean. As someone mentioned in another review, if you are into minibars and satellite tv, there are other hotels in Ravello for you, but if you are into a quiet enjoyable hotel in a quiet lay back town, with small town/hotel warmth included, the Parsifal is an excellent choice. Were we to return to Ravello, we would most certainly return to the Parsifal
If you're visiting Ravello, consider the Parsifal as it is in a great, quiet spot, with fabulous views over the bay. Just 5-10 minutes walk to the main square.
Stayed 5 nights in December 2006 and thoroughly enjoyed attentive service, excellent food and quite superb views. A really delightful family run hotel.
We spent 3 nights here at the end of the season (end of October, beginning of November) so Ravello was very quiet and an icy wind was blowing for much of the time. However, the welcome we received in the Parsifal was very warm and friendly.
This is a family-run hotel that really cares about its guests. Antonio and his two brothers are as friendly, helpful and attentive as you could wish. The room we had (Number 22) had a balcony with a fantastic view across to the mountains and down to the Salerno Bay. This is the same view as from the garden and restaurant, where the food was excellent, by the way. The only small criticism would be that the room is long overdue a refurbishment- but we felt so happy staying at the hotel, we didn't care!
We had an amazing 6 day stay in the Parsifal. The staff were incredibly friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The food in the Parsifal was the just THE best!!
We got married in Ravello while we were there and we couldn't have asked for a more special place to have our special day!
We stayed in a number of hotels during our trip to Italy and the Parsifal was by far the best. Ravello was our favourite place and the hotel is conviently situated just a short walk from the centre.
What A View!!!
To say that I was blown away by the view from our hotel window would be an understatement!!! We arrived late afternoon in Ravello (which by the way is a stunning, stunning little town) and were given a sea view room - wow! The staff were fantastic and so friendly, the hotel is situated perfectly for a stroll into the beautiful town and the dinner bed and breakfast deal worked out to be excellent value. My girlfriend and myself were strolling back to the hotel after a drink in the square and stopped to look over the coast next to the Palazzo Sasso. 'One day, when I'm a millionaire' I told her and I think she summed it up when she said 'We couldn't ask for a much nicer place than we're in at the minute'. HIGHLY recommended.
Excellent Hotel Service - Beautiful Location
My husband and I were fortunate enough to find Ravello, what a beautiful, cozy and safe town! Able to walk the entire town, Ravello was very clean, quaint and easy to access Pompeii and the other Amalfi coast towns and the island of Capri. To make the visit even better, we stayed at affordable Hotel Parsifal and had superior service from Antonio and his brothers managing the hotel. Large, clean, quiet room with sea/mountain views, ours had a private terrace. In all of our European travels we have not had the hospitality that we experienced in Italy and with the awesome team at Hotel Parsifal! Do yourself a favor and stay there!
I returned from a conference in Ravello earlier this week. I have attended this same conference twice in the past. We have stayed in wonderful hotels each time, but the Hotel Parsifal with Antonio, Leonardo and the rest of the staff is by far my favorite place to stay.