Palazzo Avino – Infinito Suite

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Tucked away in the medieval hilltop village of Ravello in what was once a 12th century private villa

Via San Giovanni del Toro 28 84010 Ravello Italy
Palazzo Avino on the Amalfi Coast
Palazzo Avino location on the map
Palazzo Avino
Palazzo Avino with gardens and pool
Palazzo Avino rooftop terrace with jacuzzi
Palazzo Avino swimming pool
Palazzo Avino terrace with views
Palazzo Avino outside restaurant

Palazzo Avino is a stunning five-star deluxe hotel on Italy's famed Amalfi coast, perched on a cliff overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Built in what was once a 12th century private villa for an Italian noble family and opened as a hotel in 1997, Palazzo Avino has been landed as one of the world’s finest hotels and boasts one-star Michelin dining.

All rooms and suites are decorated with hand-made Vietri tiles, antique carpets, furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries and brass accessories and appliances.

At a Glance

33 rooms and 10 suites.

20-meter heated outdoor pool, rooftop sun deck with 2 jacuzzis, Spa&Beauty center.

Rossellinis, 1 Michelin star restaurant.

Beach Club Club House by the Sea, 15 minute drive from Ravello.

The closest airport is Naples, 60 km away.

See our recommendations on what to pack for your trip to the Amalfi Coast.

Infinito Suite

The hotel's largest and most beautiful suite (100 sq.m.) is situated on the top floor and features a very large private outdoor terrace with jacuzzi and an amazing view over the Amalfi Coast.

Palazzo Avino Infinito Suite
Palazzo Avino Infinito Suite rooftop jacuzzi

Originally built in the 12th Century, Palazzo Avino, like many other buildings along San Giovanni del Toro, was part of the aristocratic quarter of Ravello during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Some original rooms remain, such as the entrance hall and a small bathroom used as a cellar in the restaurant.

Tucked away in the medieval hilltop village of Ravello, perched high on the cliffs, 350 m above the sparkling Mediterranean, Palazzo Avino overlooks some of the coast's most picturesque fishing villages.
After a lengthy restoration, the hotel re-opened as Palazzo Sasso in July 1997 to continue its historic adventure. In 2013, Palazzo Sasso was renamed Palazzo Avino, finally bearing the name of its founding family. The name change – the building of Palazzo Sasso and its transformation into Palazzo Avino, has every making of an Italian love story. There is passion, beauty and a dream. All played out along Italy’s stunning Amalfi Coast.

The hotel has its own seaside clubhouse, which is located in the town of Marmorata, a 15-minute drive from Ravello that can be accessed via the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service. There’s a small pool available, what you really go down there for is a dip in the crystalline Mediterranean.

Also check out the hotel's Suite Belvedere.

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