Need to know
Forty-six, including 14 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $569.80 (€508), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates usually include breakfast.
Annually from 15 October to mid-April.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, spa with six treatment rooms, indoor and outdoor pool. In rooms: hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, safe, individually controlled air-conditioning, minibar, black-out curtains.
Our favourite rooms
For their looks, we love the retro-referencing junior suites refurbished interior designer Giampiero Panepinto’s cheeky chic. Hand-painted majolica tiles and soft-curtained privacy adds oomf to all the rooms, but the terrace suites are probably the best value: they have big fully equipped terraces with a fantastic sea view which compensates to the rear lookout over local residences to the rear.
The indoor-outdoor pool is heated and accessible from the spa and the sundeck; supervised from 10am to 8pm.
The spa treatments are spectacular, using refreshing all-natural products. The wellness centre also has a Water Zone with hydrotherapy pools and steam rooms.
Your biggest designer sunglasses and jeweled sandals. A copy of Shirley Hazzard’s memoir Greene on Capri, which captures Graham Greene’s time here in the Sixties and conveys what makes this Italian isle especially enchanting.
Small pets welcome at no extra charge, although not in communal areas. See more pet-friendly hotels in Capri.
There are no special playrooms or menus for kids, but this is Italy – you know little ones will be lovingly cooed over. Cots are free, and they will happily assist with food preparation and arranging a babysitter.