Hotel Caruso Belvedere

Hotel Caruso


Ravello is a wonderfully laid-back seaside town on the Italian Amalfi Coast in the south west of Italy. Located at three hundred metres above sea level, the panoramic views out over the coast and the azure blue Salerno Gulf are simply breathtaking!


Ravello’s great natural beauty, its grace and sensation of liberty have at all times inspired the human heart. Many artists, among others Richard Wagner, have visited and raved about Ravello.


And yet a little higher, overlooking the village itself, read more » lies the historic Hotel Caruso Belvedere in all its elegant glory that re-evokes the charm and flair of days long gone by.


The traditional, elegant design and sophisticated interior adorned with precious materials create an ambience that can hardly be described with mere words. The Hotel Caruso is the perfect destination for refined comforts, serene tranquillity and privacy.


It is not without reason that the small but exquisite hotel was awarded a membership in the elite association “The Small Leading Hotels of the World”. Refined comforts, immaculate service and sophisticated taste are the Caruso’s cherished principles.


Local cuisine at its best as well as the classic Italian specialities are the leading entries on the Caruso Restaurant’s menu. Settle down to a gourmet dinner, eyes resting on the blinking lights of the coast far below. On a fine night, dinner is served open-air.


Elaborate frescos dating back to the 18th century add additional flair to the cocktail and piano bar that offers live piano music every night: just perfect for a last late night drink before turning in.


Many roads lead to the Hotel Caruso. The closest airport is in Naples, which is an hour’s drive away. Naples is also the final station for the train. However, we highly recommend you drive to the Hotel Caruso. The final leg of the journey takes you along the scenic Amalfi Coast past the little villages Cetara, Maiori and Minori.


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A holiday for all five senses at the Hotel Caruso! The luxury hotel’s forty five rooms and suites certainly leave absolutely nothing to be desired, featuring extravagant comforts and facilities.


The read more » elegant design underpins the Hotel Caruso’s dedication to excellence. It is the perfect hotel to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to regain the inner balance. Most of the accommodation units boast a wonderful view of the ocean from a terrace; some even feature a private garden.


The Village View units, without exception, are spacious and elegant. As the name suggests, the units look out over Ravello. The bathrooms are sensational! Lodged in a Superior Room, you enjoy panoramic views of either the garden or the village with an abundance of space to unfold.


The marble bathrooms are a wonder of design and an oasis of well-being. The Deluxe Rooms offer either a terrace or balcony with a seaside view. And the Superior Junior Suite raises the level of luxury by yet another notch.


The Junior Suites Deluxe boast a private balcony or terrace lavishly furnished with sun loungers, tables and chairs – just perfect for a few hours of sunbathing with the ocean and the Amalfi Coast at your feet. Of course, you can always retreat to your cosy living room.


A separate living room also forms part of the Caruso Belvedere’s three suites: No matter whether you choose the Suite Superior, the Deluxe Suite or the Exclusive Suite – you may look forward to extravagant comforts and a perfect holiday!


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The charming, small town Ravello located three hundred metres above the sea regularly draws plenty of attention and visitors for the Ravello Festival in the summer. The festival looks back on a long tradition: read more » It was first held in 1953 in honour of Richard Wagner.


A stay at the luxurious Hotel Caruso Belvedere is a rewarding experience at any time of the year. However, for the days of the festival, Ravello adds another measure of flair to its already abundant charm.


And then there is plenty more to see and do. The town’s cathedral is an architectural marvel and plenty of other churches, at San Giovanni del Toro, San Francesco and San Pietro, are also highly recommendable for a visit.


The Rufolo family has always done well in Ravello. On their initiative, the Villa Rufolo was built on a cliff above the sea as early as the 13th century. Today the spectacular villa is open for visits.


Furthermore, the Hotel Caruso offers a courtesy shuttle bus between the hotel and Amalfi as well as Positano - both worthy of a glowing recommendation. However, there is also plenty to do without having to leave the comfort of the Hotel Caruso.


At the cliff edge, high above the sea, the swimming pool is just perfect for a refreshing splash with a view. The poolside bar provides additional refreshment, both liquid and edible, specialising on South Italian delicacies.


How about a professional spa treatment applied in the comfort or your room or suite? Allow caring hands to rub all tension from your muscles. Just wonderful! Or visit the gym to balance the sumptuous Italian cuisine with a training session.


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