Via Tragara 57, Capri, Campania, 80073, Italy
Perhaps the most beautiful hotel on Capri—originally a private villa designed by Le Corbusier and the site of a secret wartime meeting between Churchill and Eisenhower—Punta Tragara opened in the 1970s. Clinging to the Punta Tragara, it has a breathtaking location over the famed Faraglioni rocks. Inside, baronial fireplaces, gilded antiques, and travertine marble in the main salons contrast with sumptuously cozy-casual guest rooms. The dreamy garden is a showstopper with two pools, one (jet-powered) beside the idyllic arbor-covered restaurant, Monzù.
- decadent and luxurious
- the entire staff seem to have graduated from top finishing schools
- a 10-minute walk from the center
- some find the style dated (others find it a plus)
Rate Includes: Closed mid-Oct.–mid-Apr. Breakfast
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