The 10 Best Hotels On Capri

The 10 Best Hotels On Capri - Grand Hotel Quisisana

Few places are as synonymous with summertime glamour, decadence and natural beauty as Capri. From its early beginnings as a retreat for Roman emperors to its mid-century popularity among roving artists and aristocrats, the sun-soaked island in Italy’s Bay of Naples has long been an illustrious hideaway. While no longer a secret, its dramatic limestone cliffs, sparkling azure waters and cove-studded coastlines still inspire awe. If you’re visiting Italy, a day trip to Capri can be fun, but the best hotels on Capri give you more time to explore the Blue Island’s charms, like scenic hiking trails and artisan shops specializing in handmade sandals and painted tiles.

The island is home to two main towns—the bustling Capri and the quieter Anacapri—sprinkled with luxurious clifftop resorts and charming bed-and-breakfasts. Our top hotel recommendation is Capri Tiberio Palace, for its excellent location, thoughtful amenities and chic interiors. For jaw-dropping views of the Faraglioni rock formations, Punta Tragara Hotel can’t be beat. Honeymooners are sure to enjoy the scenic outdoor jacuzzis at Hotel Excelsior Parco, while La Minerva is the island’s best boutique hotel, offering true family-style Italian hospitality. Below, our selections for the best hotels on Capri in 2024.

Hotel With The Best Amenities On Capri: Grand Hotel Quisisana

Who Will Love It: Groups looking to have a range of amenities at their fingertips
All-Star Amenities: Two tennis courts; spa with steam rooms, saunas, a hairdresser, and nail salon, two swimming pools
What Not to Miss: People watching with an aperitivo at the Quisi Bar
Location: Capri Town

Originally built as a sanatorium in 1845, Grand Hotel Quisisana is a landmark on Via Camerelle, Capri’s main shopping street. The building exudes historical charm with its marble floors, chandeliers, and antique-furnished rooms that previously welcomed the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Jean-Paul Sartre. As Capri’s largest hotel, it also boasts some of the best facilities on the island including two tennis courts, six meeting rooms, a reading room, and a Liberty-style theatre designed by the famed Italian architect Giò Ponti. A large spa has an indoor swimming pool, steam rooms, saunas, a hairdresser, and a nail salon. Outside, another large swimming pool sits beside a spacious garden and Restaurant Colombaia’s sun-drenched patio. With some of the town’s best restaurants within walking distance, Capri’s quintessential bustling atmosphere is right at your doorstep.

Source: Forbes