24-Hour Front Desk
24-Hour Reception Service
24-Hour Room Service
Baby Cribs Available
Baggage Storage Services
Complimentary Incoming Faxes
Complimentary Shuttle Service
Complimentary Shuttle to the Beach
Complimentary Wireless (WiFi) Internet
Copy & Printing Service
Daily Newspaper Upon Request
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services
Escort to Room
Evening Turndown Service
Foreign Money Exchange
Hotel and Restaurant Reservations
In-room Safe Deposit Box
International Newspapers and Magazines
Shoe Shine Service
Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremonies
The Blue Grotto – This extraordinary, magical, and simply unique cave is without doubt Capri’s biggest tourist attraction.Mount Solaro – This is the perfect tour for nature lovers looking for a corner of the world that has remained untouched by the passage of time.
Castle of Barbarossa- The castle is called “Barbarossa” because of the surname given to Kheir-Ed-Din, the pirate that conquered it in 1535. The castle is situated on the eastern side of the Mount Solaro and offers a great panoramic view.Villa San Michele, Axel Munthe – Located on the northeastern slopes of Anacapri at 327 meters (1,072 feet) above sea level, the villa offers astonishing views over the
Gulf of Naples. The site was once occupied by an imperial Roman villa, whose ruins can still be seen in the splendid gardens. San Michele was the residence of Axel Munthe, a Swedish doctor who stayed here between 1896 and 1910. Today the villa is operated by the Axel Munthe Foundation as a museum, which hosts world class cultural and naturalist events. Church of San Michele Arcangelo- This church is located in the centre of Anacapri. Built in the late ‘600, it has a beautiful floor in majolica. It represents an image painted by the famous artist Solimene that shows Adam and Eva in Eden.
Villa Damecuta- In the western part of Anacapri one finds the ruins of one of the twelve residences of the Roman emperor Tiberio. From Damecuta you can admire one of the most beautiful views of the whole island of Capri. Punta Carena forts and lighthouse – Built by the English in 1806 and extended by the French after they took Capri, the forts and lighthouse were recently restored to their former glory. Perched on a rocky promontory with stunning scenery, at the island’s westernmost point stands the lighthouse, the second most important lighthouse in Italy with the second strongest light.
High-Speed Internet Access
Meeting & Conference Facilities
Music in the Evenings
Non-Smoking Rooms and Suites
Private Dining Areas
Private Meeting Facilities
Small Conference Facilities
Beach Club & Restaurant "Il Riccio" In 2009, Capri Palace Hotel & Spa reopened for the summer season with the addition of a private beach club. Formerly Add'o Riccio, a popular hangout for celebrities such as Jackie Onassis in the 1960's, the beach club is located next to the famous Blue Grotto and a short shuttle ride from the resort. The aesthetic of the beach club is simple, rustic and chic – from the blue and white décor incorporating images from the sea to the traditional, local Neapolitan cuisine. The beach club features direct sea access, private cabanas for hotel guests, a restaurant serving lunch and dinner and sunset cocktails. Access for hotel guests is complimentary.
The Hotel operates a small number of boats for private transport and trips. The two 15 meter (50 feet) Baia motorboats are at clients' disposal.
Mariorita The historic boutique of the Capri Palace "Mariorita", is a concept store of one thousand square meters that has been completely refurbished in 2010. An area of pure emotion, where the philosophy is "not just shopping, but experience." Designed by interior designer Marco De Luca, the store reflects the colors, lines and charm of a typical Capri villa with white arches and vaults. Inside you will find a mix of tailormade, art, the most prestigious Italian brands, jewelers and excellent handicraft.
Private Art Collection
The Capri Palace presents "Art Gallery," an exclusive art collection, a refined glance at Italian and international contemporary art. Different artists with different styles, works of creativity that reflect a thousand shadings and life experiences that become the dominant elements within the eternal common denominator of artistic expression.
Gourmet Restaurant "L'Olivo" The L'Olivo restaurant is the only restaurant on Capri which boasts Two Michelin star. The young brilliant chef Andrea Migliaccio and his team elaborate the Mediterranean elements of the territory in a very innovative and light way. In 2007, the restaurant L'Olivo was completely furnished with prestigious materials by Loro Piana: the cachemire, the cotton and the soft wool make this ambience unique in elegance and charm. On the walls you can admire beautiful and rare photographs in black and white showing Capri in the fifties and the celebrities that visited the island at that time. The big lamps that illuminate the restaurant are the same used in cinematographic sets. All plates and glasses are hand-made.