Hotel Graal

Via della Repubblica 8, Ravello, Campania, 84010, Italy

Named after the Holy Grail, as in Wagner's opera Parsifal, this inn is much less grand than Ravello's famous hotels, with a modern decor that's a bit of a downer. Nevertheless, it's comfortable and clean. The outside walls are adorned with the work of Roman artist Bruno Canova, with colorful tiled murals outside, and paintings inside. Hovering over the water on the Via della Repubblica, near the Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer, with a nearly unobstructed view of the breathtaking bay, this hotel possesses one of the friendliest staffs around, the panoramic restaurant A Ristoro del Moro, a pretty pool area, and whirlpools and fancy baths. In the dining room, meals from a family kitchen are delivered to tables that are dressed in linen and set near large, arched windows. Most rooms are smallish, some are deluxe (especially No. 342, with a double whirlpool and a bed from which you can see the great view), but all have tiled floors and balconies.


  • friendly staff
  • great views


  • rooms on the lower level are disappointing
  • the modern decor doesn't fit with the surroundings
  • entrance right on road


Phones: 089-857222


43 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast