World's Best Hotels 2013

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Genivs Loci / Courtesy of Palazzo Sasso Ravello

Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out.

No. 47 Palazzo Avino (formerly Palazzo Sasso) Ravello, Italy

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Score: 93.60

From the gym to the underwater window in the heated pool, sea views abound at this ornate 12th-century palazzo along the Amalfi Coast (formerly known as Palazzo Sasso). Guestrooms are layered in 17th- through 19th-century antiques, Vietri tile floors, and Frette and Bulgari appointments. Chef Pino Lavarra’s eclectic/nouvelle-Italian cuisine has garnered two Michelin stars for Rossellinis Restaurant (open April–October).

World's Best Hotels 2013

No. 47 Palazzo Avino (formerly Palazzo Sasso) Ravello, Italy

Score: 93.60

From the gym to the underwater window in the heated pool, sea views abound at this ornate 12th-century palazzo along the Amalfi Coast (formerly known as Palazzo Sasso). Guestrooms are layered in 17th- through 19th-century antiques, Vietri tile floors, and Frette and Bulgari appointments. Chef Pino Lavarra’s eclectic/nouvelle-Italian cuisine has garnered two Michelin stars for Rossellinis Restaurant (open April–October).

Genivs Loci / Courtesy of Palazzo Sasso Ravello
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