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Palace Jumeirah

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LUXURY AND STYLE IN THE HEART OF ANACAPRI

CAPRI PALACE JUMEIRAH Capri Palace is located in the most unspoiled part of the island at the foot of Mount Solaro, offering unbeatable views of the gulf of Naples. Built in 1960 as a family business, Capri Palace quickly became the place to be for celebrities and discerning travellers looking for some confidentiality and glamour. The palace went through extensive restyling in 2001 and today with the Jumeirah brand its history and heritage are still alive combined with the brand's art of hospitality and highest standards of service.

More than a hotel, Capri Palace is an art destination with its arches, vaults and columns, all-white interiors and modern art collection reminiscent of a Neapolitan Palazzo. The entire property is beautifully decorated with imaginative and unique artwork from contemporary artists, adding a pinch of fun and colour. Each room category features its own decor with exquisite materials, some of them more contemporary, others more classical. Some rooms have private pools and terraces from where guests can enjoy total privacy and unparalleled views. The Capritouch collection evokes the spirit of the Mediterranean with interiors in sparkling white and bright blue colors.

Guests can enjoy plenty of facilities including a large outdoor swimming pool, a top medical spa and a private beach club. Back at the hotel, the two-Michelin starred L’Olivo serves creative takes on local dishes in a more sophisticated setting. Executive Chef Andrea Migliaccio is a native of Ischia handpicking fresh and locally available products to develop innovative dishes, taking the guest through a truly innovative culinary journey. 

Via Capodimonte, 14, 80071 Isola di Capri, NA, Italy
+39 081 978 0111  I  capripalace.com

AT THEIR ICONIC IL RICCIO RESTAURANT YOU CAN TASTE THE FRESHEST SEAFOOD WITH A VIBRANT ATMOSPHERE, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO REACH THE BLUE GROTTO. 

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