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Punta Tragara

Punta Tragara, Capri

At a Glance

    Pros

  • a taste of the good life
  • the entire staff seems to have graduated from the finest finishing schools

    Cons

  • a 10-minute walk from the center
  • some find the style dated, although others find it a plus

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The most beautiful hotel on Capri—originally a private villa designed by Le Corbusier and site of a secret wartime meeting between Churchill and Eisenhower—was opened in the 1970s by Count Manfredi. 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.

    Hotel Details

  • 27 rooms, 11 junior suites, 6 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Closed mid-Oct.–mid-Apr.
Updated: 10-23-2013

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    Punta Tragara Review

    I am here on the last day of my honeymoon and very sad to go. This place is absolutely everything I imagined as the once-in-a-lifetime splurge. Everything is as advertised in the Fodor's book / website. The grounds are magnificent, the food and service impeccable, and the rooms and views are just too great. NB: The pools are no longer saltwater, and the restaurant is named Monzu.

    by jeffmarchand, 9/19/10

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