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Capri Palace Hotel & Spa

Capri Palace Hotel & Spa, Capri

At a Glance

    Pros

  • noted art collection
  • stunning (and sometimes surprising) design
  • postcard views
  • award-winning spa and dining
  • five-star service

    Cons

  • all that glam comes at a price
  • some may find the quiet Anacapri location removed from the action (and water)

Capri Palace Hotel & Spa Review

This Anacapri icon has grown both physically and conceptually over the years, amassing a noted art collection, launching a fashion and home line (including a line of Capri Touch shoes, custom made for each client), and working with some of Italy's top names on unique design touches. Of course, it would all be for naught if the hotel was lacking, but the Palace excels there, too: the service is impeccable, the experiences unique, and the results award-winning. Accommodations are individually designed; some pay tribute to fashion inspirations, from Monroe and Callas to recent guest Paltrow, others honor famous artists, and still others may have private pools or gardens. All feature free Wi-Fi, Samsung tablets, satellite TV, and views of the bay or mountains. The on-site Capri Beauty Farm medi-spa is overseen by a doctor and offers both one-off treatments and intensive, multi-day programs targeting wellness, diet, posture, leg health, and more. Along with a hopping bar and a casual rooftop bistro, the dining options include the two-Michelin-star L'Olivo, and—at the chic Beach Club—the one-Michelin-star Il Riccio, overlooking the sea.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Via Capodimonte, 14, Anacapri, 80071
  • Phone: 39 081/9780111
  • Website:
  • Location: Capri

    Hotel Details

  • 65 rooms, 13 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Closed mid-October to mid-April.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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