At a Glance
Views are spectacular at all our Amalfi Coast and Capri hotels but the panorama from the terrace at Caesar August is something truly unforgettable
The bird's eye views include the breathtaking scenery of Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento, Ischia, and the island of Capri
A member of the prestigious Relais and Chateaux hotel group, the hotel offers excellent levels of service and accommodation
The emperor Augustus himself visited Capri in the first century, and his successor Tiberius built a magnificent palace on the island which you can still visit
You can even enjoy the view out towards Vesuvius from the hotel's panoramic swimming pool
There are some great restaurants in Anacapri to sample and fantastic shops as well.Scott Dunn team
Be sure to venture up to Anacapri to take the chair lift up to Montesolaro!Scott Dunn team
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Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to Caesar Augustus
A thousand feet above the sea, the Caesar Augustus boasts breathtaking views over the island of Capri, and the most spectacular vistas to be found in any European hotel! From Ischia to Procida to Naples and down the Sorrentine Peninsula to the isle of Capri, the entire Bay of Naples was once the magnificently beautiful playground of the Roman Emperors.
Made up of 55 stunning rooms, each with private terrace, this is an outstanding boutique hotel that is a perfect base for exploring the mystical island of Capri, taking a day trip to the Amalfi coast, or simply relaxing and enjoying the inspirational surroundings.
The Wellness area offers exclusive personal attention to guests, providing relaxing massages and soothing turkish baths. The fitness center is completely unique, imagine being immersed in nature as you work out, the gym at Caesar Augustus has taken fitness to a new dimension. Lie by the infinity pool set within colorful Mediterranean gardens, enjoy an evening drink watching the sun set over the Bay of Naples and indulge in mouth-watering Italian cuisine by candlelight, using fresh local produce.
There are 55 deluxe rooms and junior suites with private balconies and spectacular panoramic views of Capri and the Gulf of Naples. The rooms are characterized by pleasant Capri ambience and have spacious bathrooms which feature marble shelves, natural olive oil amenities and a vanity mirror. Junior suites boast a Jacuzzi bathtub, and all rooms have free WiFi and LCD TV's with satellite channels. Family rooms can be created by combining a deluxe room with a junior suite.
|Deluxe Double Sea View Room||
These rooms are furnished in Mediterranean style characterized by typical Caprese atmosphere. All rooms have a balcony or a terrace facing the sea and include minibar, free WiFi internet access and LCD televisions with sat channels. Bathrooms have marble shelves, natural olive oil based amenities, vanity mirror and a hair dryer.
Children over the age of 12 years are welcome to come and stay at Caesar Augustus. The hotel is not designed for younger children.
The Lucullo Terrace restaurant serves traditional cuisine from Capri and Naples with a wide selection of local produce. In the evening, under the starlit sky, the luxury hotel's dining room is transformed into an extremely elegant candlelit paradise, ensuring diners a truly memorable experience. The Caesar Augustus also boasts a 15m infinity pool with beautiful ocean vistas, a wellness area providing relaxing massages, soothing Turkish baths and a fantastic gym.
There are so many fascinating places to visit on and around the island of Capri, the hotel can arrange excursions to places such as Villa Jovis, the most outstanding of all Tiberian villas, and the Blue grotto, a stunning sea cave. There are also some lovely walks around the area with beautiful views.
Location & Directions
Hotel Caesar Augustus, perches high up on the cliff edge on the north coast of the island of Capri, a 5-minute walk from Anacapril.
When to go
The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast and Capri is in spring or late summer, when temperatures are pleasant and humidity levels are low. In July and August the climate is hot and humid, while the area is busy with tourists. Hotels in the Amalfi Coast and on the island of Capri tend to close for the winter, starting in October until they reopen in late March or April.