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Best Luxury Hotels In Capri

This magical isle in Italy’s beautiful Bay of Naples boasts rugged scenery, with its most well-known landmark being the Blue Grotto, where sunlight passing through an underground cavern turns seawater to electric blue. A good ferry service connects it with the nearby islands of Ischia and Procida, and to the mainland where such gems as Amalfi, Positano and Sorrento await. Moored yachts and up-market shops make this a playground for affluent holiday-makers, and some superb hotels reflect this.

Hotel La Palma Capri, an Oetker Collection Hotel

The 11th hotel in the Oetker Collection, located in Capri Village, is a reimagining of the iconic Hotel La Palma, which dates back to 1822. The hotel’s transformation aligns with Oetker Collection’s goal of creating meaningful connections in special places. Owned by Reuben Brothers, this property showcases the dolce vita lifestyle of Capri. The hotel includes the renowned La Taverna Anema e Core nightclub. It embodies Oetker Collection’s warm hospitality and serves as a Mediterranean retreat on the island. The hotel now offers 50 rooms, down from 80, including 18 suites, each with a private balcony or terrace. Positioned near Capri’s famous sites like Piazza Umberto I, the hotel is ideal for exploring landmarks like I Giardini di Augusto and the Blue Grotto. Renowned interior designer Francis Sultana has revamped the interiors, and the culinary scene features Chef Gennaro Esposito’s Gennaro’s restaurant. Additionally, there’s Da Gioia by La Palma Beach Club in Marina Piccola for a vibrant coastal experience.

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Capri Palace Jumeirah

Nestled peacefully in Anacapri, the enchanting and untouched region of the renowned Blue Island, you’ll find Capri Palace Jumeirah. This exquisite haven perfectly captures the essence of Italian Dolce Vita, offering a magnificent sanctuary on the glamorous island of Capri. Perched more than 300 meters above sea level, Capri Palace Jumeirah boasts 67 rooms and suites, each meticulously designed to create a unique ambience of spaciousness and brightness. The interiors bring to life the timeless allure of palazzo architecture, while the art-themed suites pay homage to renowned artists like Mirò, Magritte, and Warhol, offering a one-of-a-kind experience. Within the hotel, you’ll discover The White Museum, a private collection of contemporary artwork showcased throughout the common areas. For culinary enthusiasts, Capri Palace Jumeirah is home to L’Olivo, the island’s exclusive two-Michelin-starred restaurant, where epicurean delights await. Additionally, the acclaimed Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, a haven for seafood lovers and frequented by celebrities, is just moments away from the legendary Blue Grotto. As a special treat, Zuma Capri, the newest addition, graces the hotel’s rooftop, providing unparalleled sea views. Prepare to be captivated by the unmatched beauty and elegance of Capri Palace Jumeirah, where tranquillity, art, and gastronomy converge to create an unforgettable retreat on the captivating island of Capri.

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JK Place Capri

Close to the beach and port, rooms here provide air-conditioning, tiled flooring, mosaic-decorated marble bathrooms, free WiFi, and flat-screen satellite TVs. A spa, hot tub and wellness centre with sauna, Turkish bath and gym, together with a tennis court and outdoor pool, ensure guests’ well-being. The JKitchen Restaurant serves regional cooking with organic produce, catering for special diets, and meals can be eaten on the terrace with its panoramic vistas.

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Hotel Punta Tragara

In a perfect location overlooking the Faraglioni rock formation, the villa was designed in 1920 by Le Corbusier for a Lombardy engineer. As the American military base during World War II, it hosted dignitaries like Eisenhower and Churchill, before becoming a summer home for the grandparents of the present owner. Converted into a hotel in 1973, it offers luxury accommodations and upgrades. Facilities include wellness packages, spa, gym area, and two swimming pools. Two restaurants serve Neapolitan fare, while a Gin Club and American Bar allow guests to take in the sunset over the bay.

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Hotel Orsa Maggiore

Ten minutes walk from the quieter town of Anacapri on the slopes of Monte Solaro, this boutique hotel is convenient for visiting the Blue Grotto or even Villa San Michele, the botanical Gardens of Augustus, Marina Grande and Marina Piccola, or for hiking off the beaten track. Rooms offer all amenities, and a shuttle service will take guests wherever they want to go. The poolside restaurant opens for lunches, with a bar and room service available for later, and a Roof Top Terrace for spectacular views and special occasions. A spa and gym for just two adds to the intimate feel of this jewel.

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Hotel Caesar Augustus

Another establishment in the area of Anacapri, with its artisan shops and chairlift to the top of Monte Solaro, the hotel is steeped in history. First noted in 1850 as a private villa, it became an inn that served workers constructing the Capri-Anacapri road in the 1870s, and then a twentieth-century refuge for a Russian exile who added art and culture. Sold around the time of the Second World War to the family of the present owners, it is now a renowned five-star resort. Rooms retain a mix of antique and modern, but with state-of-the-art amenities. Facilities on-site include a fitness centre, spa, infinity swimming pool, entertainment and a shuttle service (a local bus service also passes by), with wine-tastings and cookery classes that have to be experienced! Guests can absorb the breath-taking views from the terrace and bar, or from the restaurant, which has its own kitchen-garden.

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Capri Tiberio Palace Hotel & Spa

In a peaceful part of busy Capri town but only a short walk from the buzz of the Piazzetta, this nineteenth-century palazzo has been transformed into a de luxe boutique hotel with individually-designed rooms with all facilities, and pop art decorating the interior. A superior restaurant offers regional cuisine, Kosher and Halal options, and of course, a panorama to wow diners. Also available are upgrades, suites, spa and treatments, indoor pool and sauna, whirlpool tub, bar and rooftop terrace.

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Grand Hotel Quisisana

Close to the Piazzetta and the Via Camarelle with its exclusive boutiques and artisan workshops, this iconic location has been welcoming the rich and famous among its clients since 1845. Set within its own grounds and near the taxi rank and bus stops, the botanical gardens and Certosa di San Giacomo monastery are also within easy reach. Inside, chandeliers reflect onto marble floors, while rooms and suites with all luxuries are predominately white to showcase the colours of Capri. A spa, pool and hammam pamper guests, and meeting rooms are available for busier people. Three restaurants cater for fine dining, breakfast, special occasions, and poolside eating, with Bar Quizi and Caffè Morgano fulfilling other needs.

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Hotel La Vega

Located in a quiet quarter of Capri town but near its lively centre, the hotel faces the island’s southern coast, giving guests stunning views from their balconies and terraces. Bedrooms are tastefully furnished with all modern conveniences, including whirlpool baths. A snack bar is ideally placed by the swimming pool, which is hewn out of the rock and shaded by olive trees, while the restaurant invites you to sample local cooking. It’s a good base for sightseeing, but the adventurous should try the Via Krupp pathway, where bends hacked from rock lead to the Bay of Marina Piccola.

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