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Capri Tiberio Palace

Capri Tiberio Palace, Capri Town and Environs

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly staff
  • pure luxury
  • luggage collected at the port

    Cons

  • no port-to-door guest shuttle
  • some rooms are not as large as expected in a five-star

Capri Tiberio Palace Review

Offering comfort, style, luxury, and sigh-inducing views since the 19th century, this hotel is just short walk from the Piazzetta—near the action, but not quite in the thick of it. Sumptuous pastel-colored rooms and suites come in various sizes, some with a balcony or terrace. The Terrazza Tiberio restaurant is a local-meets-international gourmet experience, and the white grand piano in the Jacky Bar evokes times past. There's a renowned spa with sensory showers and adjoining gym, or guests can simply relax, enjoying the view, drink in hand, immersed in the indoor-outdoor swimming pool.

2011 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Capri's Chicest Suites
Capri is filled with luxury hotels, but this one goes just that little further to impress. Right off the main drag of Capri town, three salt-filled golden bowls in the lobby extend a traditional island welcome, with the Regency style décor combining local color with international chic. All this evokes the golden age of 1950s Capri, but the scene-stealer is the timeless, incredible view. The twenty suites all with large private terraces, have names such as the Imperial or Ambassador, but the clincher is The Bellevue Royal Suite. Fit for a king, this room offers access to the Mojito Terrace, with its 360-degree view and private bar.

    Hotel Details

  • 38 room, 17 suites
  • mid-Oct.–mid-Apr.
Updated: 02-17-2013

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