Capri Palace is in a great location, high up on the island, in the main square of Anacapri. The hotel itself, has everything from two Michelin starred restaurants, a brilliant spa and a beach club too.
Brilliant beach club, just a short shuttle journey away
Two Michelin starred restaurants
Many rooms with private pools
Walking distance to boutiques and restaurants in Anacapri
Capri Palace is a stylish resort-like hotel, in that it has all the facilities you could need for a stay from two nights to a whole week if you wanted to. They are the proud owner of the only two Michelin starred restaurants on the island, one of which is in their private beach club, again the only one on the island.
The style of the hotel is contemporary and fresh with a strong focus on art, especially in the suites such as the Warhol suite, where even the private swimming pool has a classic Andy Warhol print at the bottom.
The outdoor pool, provides a welcome place to relax and soak up the sun. The Ragu Bistro is just next door, where you can enjoy a light lunch or a delicious Italian pizza, fresh from the stone pizza oven. If you prefer to be by the sea, the beach club is just a 15-minute complimentary shuttle journey away. Here you can lay on comfortable sun-loungers on smooth platforms and step in to the sea from swimming pool-style steps to bathe in the crystal-clear Mediterranean sea. For a spot of lunch here, you can stroll up to the beach club restaurant, Il Riccio which is a relaxed Michelin starred restaurant offering spectacular fresh seafood dishes and Italian favorite as well as incredible puddings.
After a day enjoying the sun or perhaps exploring the town of Anacapri, why not head to the Bar degli Artisti for a pre-dinner drink. You could then enjoy a 2 Michelin star dinner at L'Olivo, with a strong focus on Mediterranean dishes, using locally sourced produce.
One evening during your stay you could wander down to the Dolce Vite wine cellar and experience a wine tasting of some brilliant Italian wines with the hotels Sommelier.
The hotel also boasts an brilliant spa which offers a wide range of treatments and also two state of the art gyms.
When to visit
If you have lunch at Il Riccio, make sure you save some room for the tempting array of puddings on offer.
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Located on the island of Capri, Capri Palace is located in the main square of Anacapri.
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