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The best luxury hotels in the Mediterranean to visit by yacht

The best luxury hotels in the Mediterranean to visit by yacht

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Palazzo Avino

Ravello, Italy

Classic and iconic, cruising along the Mediterranean coastlines is a vacation option favoured by the elite for decades. Whether it's the best bars, rustic restaurants, luxury spas or party destinations, if you're heading to shore for a night or two, you might want to try out some of the best hotels to rest your head.

Palazzo Avino

A 12th-century villa once owned by Italian nobility, the blush pink Palazzo Avino perches 350 metres above a dramatic stretch of the Amalfi Coast. Spread across a series of flower-filled terraces, it was once used as a hideaway by Hollywood high-flyers (with varying degrees of success – Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini were spotted cosying up here during their scandalous affair in the late 1940s). Today, the property’s vaulted ceilings and graceful balconettes allow guests to relive this glamorous golden age.

Tender in to its recently renovated cliffside beach club – where cocktails are delivered to your sunlounger – before the meandering drive up to the town of Ravello. Dinner is served on a candle-lit terrace overlooking the bay at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Rossellinis, where guests can sample the best of Italian haute cuisine (don’t miss grilled scallops served with their coral and the Vesuvio apricot soufflé). Afterwards, retreat to the Infinito Suite where you can watch new yacht arrivals from the spa pool on your private terrace.

Image courtesy of Roberto Bonardi.

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