Villa Piedimonte is a brand new property blended into an ancient 12th century Villa. According to local legend, it was owned by rich merchants of the Amalfi Maritime Republic. The Villa is situated just at few steps from the renowned auditorium designed by Oscar Niemeyer, in the heart of the picturesque town of Ravello, the City of Music. It is walking distance from Piazza Duomo and the main local attractions, such as the world famous Villa Cimbrone. The peculiarity of its location allows you to experience the magic of Ravello and discover the beauties of the Amalfi Coast.
The “voyage” starts at the entrance, where the breathtaking views blend sky and sea together, and leads to the lobby, which is characterized by sea colors and by aged solid wood perfectly preserved thanks to skilled local artisans. Fragrant aromas emanating from the restaurant wish you “saluti”, enticing you to indulge. Relax beside the swimming pool, while admiring the unmatched views of the Amalfi Coast. The gardens of the villa form the ideal spot from where to observe the twilight.
There are ten rooms divided into Classic Comfort, Classic Deluxe (with terraces) and Junior Suites characterized by Jacuzzi bathtubs. There are twelve Suites, divided into Comfort Suites, and Deluxe Suites with gorgeous sea views.
Villa Piedimonte is committed to safeguarding the environment and has adopted the following measures:
energy class B building entirely of low energy impact on the environment, use of energy saving light bulbs, use of cleaning products in bulk, recycling of bed linen and towels, use of recycled toilet paper, eco training for the staff, separate collection of waste. Their eco-advice for guests is available in the rooms.
Deemed by UNESCO to be an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, the Amalfi Coast is where coastal mountains plunge into the sea in a stunning vertical scene of precipitous cliffs, picturesque towns and lavish forests.
Among the glittering string of coastal gems, legendary Positano and Amalfi sparkle the brightest, while mountaintop Ravello has the glossy fame of its impressive villas and Wagnerian connection. The glitzy island of Capri is only a hydrofoil or ferry ride away.
Aside from its sheer beauty, the region is home to some superb restaurants and hotels. It is also one of Italy’s top spots for hiking, with well-marked trails providing a great means of getting away from the coastal clamor.