Jumeirah Group is set to make its Italian debut in 2020 after being appointed to operate and manage the renowned Capri Palace.
Reopening as Capri Palace, Jumeirah this April, the beautiful Italian property enjoys an idyllic location in bustling Anacapri, one of the most exclusive and unspoiled parts of the island.
The 68-room hotel, founded by Tonino Cacace, stands high up on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Naples with an authentic Capri style and far reaching sea views.
Capri Palace, Jumeirah is also home to three of the island’s Michelin stars. The hotel’s signature restaurant L’Olivo, which serves Mediterranean classics with an extensive wine list, has been awarded two stars, while the Il Riccio – the hotel’s private beach club – has one.
Jumeirah said that it had “exciting upgrades and refurbishments” in the pipeline for the property.
Capri Palace, Jumeirah will become the group’s sixth hotel in Europe, joining Jumeirah Frankfurt, Jumeirah Port Soller, and three London properties – Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel, Grosvenor House Suites Jumeirah and The Carlton Tower, Jumeirah. The latter of these is currently closed for renovation and scheduled to reopen in spring 2020.