Dubai-based company Jumeirah Group has recently added the famous Capri Palace in Italy to its portfolio…
It is a five-star property, located in one of the most idyllic locations in Anakapri, on an exclusive and quite separate part of the island, away from the noise and crowds. Debuting in the 1960s, iconic hotel reminds us of old Neapolitan palaces, perched high above the bay. This April, the famous hotel will reopen as Capri Palace Jumeirah, as the renowned luxury company will transform and run it from now on.
The hotel offers 68 beautiful Mediterranean inspired guest rooms, with delicate décor dominated by white, blue and neutral tones, all accompanied by custom-made ceramic tiles and pieces of furniture, creating the feeling of a luxurious Italian family home.
Capri Palace Jumeirah will also feature several Michelin star restaurants, with sought-after L'Olivo offering classic Mediterranean dishes, along with Il Riccio, a private beach club, which is also the only beach club in the world to receive Michelin star.
Future guests will also enjoy the exclusive Capri Beauty Farm, an excellent medical spa facility led by Professor Francesco Kanonako, offering specialized treatments popular around the world.
When it opens on April 23 this year, Capri Palace Jumeirah will become the sixth Jumeirah Hotel in Europe, along with Jumeirah Frankfurt, Jumeirah Port Soller in Spain, London Carlton Tower Jumeirah, Grosvenor House Suites Jumeirah and Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel.