Hotels in Capri
Hotels in Capri range from quaint rental homes to palatial villas turned luxury resorts. Most of the year there are options for all budgets on the island, however at the height of summer room prices do skyrocket. Because the island is a playground for the rich and famous, there are many exclusive, luxury hotels in Capri (and plenty of yacht docks.) Settled atop a thousand-foot rock face in a villa formerly owned by a Russian prince, Hotel Caesar Augustus is the premier resort on the island, boasting guests like Elizabeth Hurley and Julia Roberts. If you’re looking for something less aristocratic from Capri hotels, try the more modern J.K. Place. Located on the bustling, main road to Capri Town, J.K. defies the hubbub by creating a calm, chic oasis for travelers to kick back and enjoy a welcome cocktail. See Travel + Leisure’s list to find the best hotels in Capri.
This magnificent grande dame of a hotel is the premier resort on Capri, with 55 rooms and suites that offer sweeping postcard views over the Bay of Naples, the hotel gardens, or the volcanic isle of Ischia.
This stylish setting on the Gulf of Naples can be a bit of a scene, which is exactly what makes the centrally located—yet oh-so-tranquil—Capri Tiberio Palace a welcome addition.
This charming spot is sing-out-loud gorgeous, and in its mellow atmosphere, we felt like we were staying at a chic friend’s house.
Intimate property—just 30 rooms—on one of the most peaceful stretches of the Italian island.
Art-filled Mediterranean hotel in Anacapri with the 10,800-square-foot Capri Beauty Farm, one of Italy's best spas.
Room to Book: Couples enjoy the Deluxe Seaside rooms, while families may prefer a Double Deluxe Pool and Garden Deluxe, with views of Monte Solaro.
Iconic 19th-century building steeped in old-world glamour, just off the lively Piazza Umberto Primo and near the island's famous Faraglioni stacks.
Named after a white cat giving birth to three kittens in a lemon grove just south of Capri’s central piazzetta in the mid 19th-century, this small boutique hotel was built on those grounds by the Esposito family.
Built as a private villa in 1920 and later used as headquarters for American command in World War II, this boutique hotel was carved into the rock face at the southeastern tip of the island.