My wife and I stayed at Hotel Parsifal as a special treat whilst travelling Europe on a shoestring 9 years ago. Returning with two children we were pleased to see the hotel has not changed. Whilst Ravello seems to be transformed, complete with very upmarket hotels, Hotel Parsifal has stayed true to it's origins. The rooms are quite basic but with everything you need, as you might expect an old convent to be, but the hospitality is fantastic. Staying here you truly get a sense of the history of the building, and the town. The hotel shares exactly the same views as some of it's glitzy neighbours, at a fraction of the price. We will be back for a longer stay next time.
- 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