Hotel Graal, Ravello

  • Neapolitan Riviera, Italy, Amalfi Coast

  • 4

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Hotel Graal has a great location near Ravello’s main square and offers good value for money. The beautiful gardens of Villa Rufolo are just a short walk away so this hotel is a great base for those wanting to explore the area. There’s a nice pool at the hotel with panoramic views over the Amalfi Coast and the same views can be enjoyed from the comfortable rooms. Each one has a private balcony facing the gardens and overlooking the sea. You’ll get to enjoy meals in the hotel’s restaurant where a large buffet breakfast is served each morning and a five-course dinner if you opt for half board.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 15 mins by private car from Naples airport.

Added value

Telephone rep service

Flights and transfers included

  • No. of rooms: 42
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

A tourist tax of approx. €3 per person per day is payable locally.

Cots are available on request, free of charge.


Superior Rooms have a balcony and sea views. They are spacious and located on the upper floors of the hotel, looking out across the gardens and the Amalfi Coast. They're decorated with handcrafted terracotta, Vietri ceramic tiled floors and antique wooden furniture. Facilities include a furnished balcony, air conditioning, TV, minibar, hairdryer and shower or whirlpool bath.

Standard Rooms are about 18m² and have sea views from the furnished private balcony. These rooms are available on request, please call to book.

Family Rooms are locates on the lower floor of the hotel with views of the seafront and terraces. They have a lounge study area attached to the bedroom with a two-seater sofa that can be used as a sofa bed and a private balcony with chairs and a coffee table. These rooms are available on request, please call to book. 

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: No
Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast rolls out along the southern Sorrentine Peninsula, where the Lattari Mountains drop straight into the Tyrrhenian Sea. Pastel villages cling to cliffs and beach-lined bays, all tied together by improbably scenic footpaths that have always connected these communities – and the lemon terraces, vineyards and secret swim spots in-between. Wherever you go, you’ll never be short of a place to sample a gelato with a view. Plus, some of the most famous sights in southern Italy are an easy day trip away. You’ve just got to decide if you fancy digging into Roman history in Pompeii… or into the celebrated pizza napoletana of Naples.

Amalfi, Positano, Ravello & beyond

Each village along the Amalfi Coast has its own forte. Positano stars on magazine covers and Instagram feeds the world over, drawing in photographers – and everyone else – with its precipitous perch and Byzantine church. Music lovers, meanwhile, pilgrimage to Ravello for the concerts that pop up in one of its many cliffside gardens during the Ravello Music Festival. Visit Amalfi to find out about the intriguing history of papermaking on the Amalfi Coast – or seek out a rare stretch of beach in Maiori for an ice granita with a squeeze of lemon.

Boots & boats… but ditch the car

Call us biased, but we don’t recommend driving around the Amalfi Coast if you can help it. The single winding road, packed with coaches and cars, is usually more trouble than its worth in the summer. Instead, look to the walking and sailing routes that have long linked the tight-knit communities here. Footpaths and mule tracks duck and dive between towns and bays, while boats are bound for the chic shops and luminous Blue Grotto of Capri.

Walk with the gods

The Path of the Gods is the most famous footpath on the Amalfi Coast. This 9km hike is best taken slowly – all the better for admiring the sea views around every corner. Walking routes also lead into the leafy peace of the Valle delle Ferriere, where waterfalls and abandoned mills lie, and past crumbling sun-bleached temples. There are some moderate to challenging ascents and descents, including many a stone staircase (this is the Amalfi Coast, after all). Your reward, however, is those unbeatable bird’s-eye views.

Limoncello with a view

On the Amalfi Coast, it’s practically a case of pick a trattoria, any trattoria when looking for dinner with a vista. Recipes range from Caprese salad with locally made mozzarella to gnocchi-like ndunderi to lemon… well, everything, really. Torts, granitas, gelato and limoncello are all made from the football-sized lemons grown on the Amalfi Coast. Seafood is a must-try too – usually hauled in from the sea that morning. It’s all excellent fuel for a day of coastal hiking.

Why book a summer holiday in the Amalfi Coast with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of the Amalfi Coast's best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to the Amalfi Coast include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.

  • Swimming pool overlooking the Amalfi Coast
  • Terrace
  • Wi-Fi in public areas
  • Parking (payable locally, approx. €15 per day)

Breakfast is buffet style with lots to choose from like croissants, fresh bread, fruit, jams, cheeses and cold cuts. They try to use zero kilometre local products where possible. It's all served in the breakfast room between 7.30am and 10am. 

The Restaurant is exclusively for hotel guests and takes inspiration from traditional Neapolitan cuisine. If you're staying on half board you'll have a five-course dinner here each evening. The chefs serve up creative dishes that highlight the amazing local produce and flavours. The wine cellar is well stocked with a great choice of regional wines. 

Al Ristoro del Moro is the hotel's à la carte restaurant that serves local cuisine using fresh produce that can be enjoyed on the lovely sea view terrace. We recommend making a reservation to ensure you get the best seats in the house. 

American Bar offers a comfortable space for a drink. Sit back in the lounge on one of the large sofas and admire views of the sea and the carefully thought-out furnishings and wall art.

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Half Board

Longitude: 14.6139235
Latitude: 40.6501999

  • Central location in Ravello
  • 1.2 kilometres to Marmorata 
  • 2 kilometres to Minori  
  • 100 metres to the nearest bus stop
  • 25 kilometres to Salerno train station

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