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Thoughts on these Montepulciano and Amalfi Coast hotels?

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With your help my 2 week May itinerary is shaping up! I'm focused on two areas and would love any input on the hotels/B&Bs I've narrowed it down to.

In MONTEPULCIANO, I’m looking at Hotel Duomo, Meuble il Ricco, Camere Bellavista and B&B Dimora Nel Corso.

In RAVELLO I'm looking at Villa Amore, Boccaccio B&B, and Garden Hotel. Hotel Parsifal is more than I want to spend but does look great so it's not totally off the list yet!

Our interests: I'm not sure how much "hanging out" time we'll be doing at our hotel/B&B, but it is nice to have an outdoor garden, terrace or other place to lounge – especially if the room doesn’t have a balcony. (When I wrote the Ravello hotels, only Villa Amore mentioned a room with a terrace - but perhaps others have first hand experience?

Thank you in advance for your help, Dawn

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