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This Palazzo is a palace in every sense of the word!
Madalina and her lovely staff ensured we had the most magical stay.
Every room is finished to the highest luxury, with beautiful ceramic tiles and ornaments. The views from each room are breathtaking -...More
Spent two days in Scala at Palazzo Pascal, absoultely breathtaking place. We wished to stay more, we will for sure come back next summer!! A special thanks to Marina and all the staff!!!
I highly reccomend this place, for the quality of the rooms and...More
I met the lovely Pasquale (owner of this wonderful hotel/B&B with his lovely wife, Madalina) when we visited his exquisite ceramics studio in Ravello. After telling him our sad story of a terrible Airbnb booking in Ravello he effectively rescued us by offering us a...More
We had a 3 day stay. The Palazzo has been beautifully restored and decorated using local ceramic tiles and furniture and objects made by the owners. The rooms are immaculate. There is a welcome pack of water and drinks. The showers are great with thoughtful...More
What a wonderful b&b! The best view of the Amalfi Coast!
We had the love room - lilla, our own private terrace! Could see Ravello and amalfi from here! Sun beds on here!
Staff were so kind, opened up breakfast early so we didn’t miss...More
We stayed at the hotel without a car - it was a bit of a hassle at times because it is a good 30-40 minute walk to Ravello (and a good hour down to Amalfi) but I think having a car and driving around Amalfi would be a much... More
We stayed at the hotel without a car - it was a bit of a hassle at times because it is a good 30-40 minute walk to Ravello (and a good hour down to Amalfi) but I think having a car and driving around Amalfi would be a much bigger hassle! There are busses that run from Amalfi to Ravello and on to Scala so getting busses back and forth is possible and easy, but there are not tons of them so you have to plan your trips to make sure you catch a bus back when one is going. Palazzo Pascal is actually located in Minuta which is about a 10 minute walk further up the road from Scala - some busses stop in Minuta but some only go to Scala and you walk the last kilometre up to Scala (an easy walk on the road). It’s best to plan your bus trips and avoid taxis as they are extremely expensive (Amalfi to Scala would have cost us 60€ so we waited 45 minutes for a bus that cost about 3€). We mixed walking with busses to get around Scala to Ravello (its so much nicer in these areas than Amalfi you probably won’t go down any more than you have to).