Parsifal offered us great value for money - we paid euros135 per night, which is at the low end for hotels of this sort in the amalfi coast area. The room was clean, reasonably spacious and quaint (it used to be a monastery)....but the best thing about room 11 was the breathtaking sea view. The two brothers that manage the hotel left a memorable impression of service at its best. Last but by no means least, the location is superb. Ravello is a tiny town (2800 residents) - our hotel was just a few blocks down the road from the famous 5-star Palazzo Sasso (2 michellin starred rousellini's). We would recommend this hotel to all budget travellers to Ravello.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Parsifal - Ancient convent built back in 1288 by the Augustinian friars and converted into Hotel Parsifal around 1948. 17 rooms with private bath and a central cloister with delightful terraces and gardens overlooking the superb panorama of the Amalfi coastline. Rafael's restaurant and Cloister Bar overlooking the Amalfi coast, offering classical and Mediterranean cuisine with a little touch of creativity. Traditional specialties from the region. Optimal indoor or outdoor seating 60 guest. A three star hotel run by the Mansi family from Ravello. Special winter packages with lodge, board and excursions from November to March. Open all year round. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Parsifal Hotel Ravello