Palazzo Avino

Ravello

Via San Giovanni del Toro, 28
Ravello, 84010
Italy
At A Glance
Legend
Opened 1997
Renovated 2015
Guest Rooms 43
Kings/Suites/Doubles 43 / 11 / 43

Seasonal Rates:

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Max Group Size 43

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee N/A
Room Tax 10.00%
Sales Tax N/A

Airport Proximity

Naples Airport
75 min 35 miles (56 km)
Amenities
Business:
  • Free WiFi
  • Business Center
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Wedding Services
  • On-site valet parking
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Bus Service
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Babysitting
  • Multilingual Staff
Recreation:
  • Beach
  • Beach Club
  • Swimming Pool
  • Solarium with Jacuzzi
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Snorkeling
  • Kayaking
  • Boating
  • Spa with Turkish Bath
  • (2) Cooking Schools
  • Cocktails Classes
Nearby:
  • Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption
  • Tours
  • Villa Cimbrone Gardens
  • Duomo
  • Villa Rufolo
  • Wine Tastings
Dining, Food & Beverage
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Caffé dell’Arte/Terrazza Belvedere
Cocktails And Snacks
45
Clubhouse by the Sea
Pizza/Catch Of The Day
30
Rossellinis Restaurant
Italian Haute Cuisine
70
F&B Averages:
Breakfast Buffet N/A
Cont. N/A
Lunch Buffet N/A
Plated €60
Dinner Buffet N/A
Plated €120
Coffee Break N/A
2-Hour Open Bar N/A
Meeting Space
Largest Meeting Room 1,033 ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 1,033 ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 1,033 ft²
Capacity Chart
Meeting Room 1,033 N/A 0 0 70 0 0 0 35 0 0
News
About Palazzo Avino
Posted October 20, 2016
The whole hotel has been completely renovated over the last three years including the Michelin star restaurant Rossellini's. The hotel can be privatized for groups in low season.
Stay 4 Nights and Only Pay for 3
Posted October 17, 2016
Valid for stays between: 1st April - 7th May 2017 & October 9th - October 22nd 2017
Palazzo Sasso changes name to Palazzo Avino
Posted August 28, 2012
Ravello, ITALY – (June 13. 2012) – Palazzo Sasso, one of the Amalfi Coast’s most distinguished hotels, is being renamed Palazzo Avino. Beginning January 2013, this stunning five-star hotel located in the medieval hilltop town of Ravello will take its founding family’s name: Palazzo Avino.

Since opening the hotel in 1997, the Avino family has worked behind the scenes to transform the once-crumbling 12th-century “shell of a building” into an architectural masterpiece now home to a world-renowned hotel. The hotel also prides itself on its two-star Michelin restaurant, Rossellinis, which is known as one of the region’s most recognized and creative eateries.

Set on the highest point of Ravello, Palazzo Avino offers breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast, and features 32 rooms and 11 suites resplendent with Vietri tiles, antique carpets and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. The hotel’s Infinito Suite comes with its very own rooftop Jacuzzi; while its wellness spa boasts the avant-garde technology of Carita’s anti-aging products.

Palazzo Avino is the only hotel in Ravello that boasts a beach club. Opened in 2009, it is located just a 15 minute drive away from the property in the small town of Marmorata, the exclusive private beach club includes a casual restaurant, a relaxing lounge, a small outdoor pool and convenient changing rooms. A complimentary shuttle, between the hotel and beach club, is available daily.

Impeccable service has always been the hallmark of the hotel and that will now be emphasized even more, according to Managing Director Mariella Avino. Nothing will change, she assures, except the Palazzo’s name. “The idea of having our family name on the hotel is actually very special for me and my sisters, Attilia and Mariavittoria,” she says. “We have no men in the family besides my father, so our name will eventually disappear. But with ‘Palazzo Avino’ the name will always remain. Our grandfather is no longer with us, but now his name is here forever. I know this would have made him very happy.”

Palazzo Avino is located in Ravello (a celebrated classical music haven), and within a 90-minute drive from Naples Airport. Originally built during the 12th century as a palace for royalty, it operated as a hotel following World War II through the 1970s, but was closed and in disrepair until the Avino family resurrected it in 1997.

For more information: +39089818181 or info@palazzoavino.com; www.palazzoavino.com.