Hotel Terraces With Fantastic Views

By Condé Nast Traveler - 2013-04-23T17:11:47Z

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Palazzo Sasso, Ravello

Ravello, Italy

Our readers say: “If I could only go to one place again in my life, it would be here. Everything was perfect!” The design of this twelfth-century medieval and Baroque palace in the town’s former aristocratic quarter receives a perfect score. Rooms are outfitted in handcrafted Vietri tiles, eighteenth-century Italian antiques, brass accessories, and Frette linens. At Rossellinis, enjoy dinner on one of the terraces, looking down on fishing boats a thousand feet below, sampling dishes like cod fillet with Gaeta olive crust. Caffè dell’Arte, with a black-and-white-tile floor, has casual regional food.