Capri Palace Jumeirah, the stunning retreat on the glamorous island of Capri, recently re-opened its doors to offer guests an idyllic coastal sanctuary for the summer months.
More than just a hotel, the iconic property is a transformative experience where Jumeirah’s renowned hospitality meets exquisite spaces and spectacular dining, coupled with special activations curated each season for a truly unique and inspiring stay.
This year, as a continuation of its exclusive partnership with luxury French maison Dior, Capri Palace Jumeirah is home to an exclusive pop-up store at its popular celebrity hangout Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club. Set against sweeping views of the Mediterranean coastline, the dedicated space showcases the reimagined Dioriviera capsule collection by celebrated designer Maria Grazia Chiuri. Guests will be wowed by the eye-catching hues of the Fall 2021 line, featuring blue, chartreuse and raspberry, chosen to evoke sunny getaways and life’s sweet pleasures – the perfect ode to la Dolce Vita that is so beautifully brought to life at Capri Palace Jumeirah. The collection invites guests to discover must-haves by Dior Maison alongside icons of Dioriviera collection. In a nod to the summer getaway offered by Capri Palace Jumeirah, the collection will also feature exclusive marinière sailor tops bearing the name of Capri, as well as fans and pillows, while visitors can admire a one-of-a-kind surfboard and Vespa adorned with the “Christian Dior” signature.
The hotel has also collaborated with STUDIO TRISORIO, a popular art gallery based in Naples, to exhibit a specially curated collection of paintings, sculptures, photography, video and digital installations, perfectly complementing the contemporary art installations dotted throughout the hotel.
Ideally placed in the bustling town of Anacapri – one of the most exclusive and unspoiled parts of the island – Capri Palace Jumeirah stands high up on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Naples. A perfect embodiment of the Italian Dolce Vita, it is designed in the style of an eighteenth-century Neapolitan palazzo. The elegantly appointed 68 hotel rooms feature white, blue and neutral tones, while ceramic tiles and bespoke furniture evoke the sense of an Italian family home, exuding a sense of familiarity with the surrounding locale. The hotel is also home to a wealth of exceptional culinary experiences, including the two Michelin starred signature restaurant L’Olivo and Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, a treasure trove of flavours with the most beautiful terrace on the island.