Capri Suite, Italy

Thursday, Aug 23, 2012




Capri Suite is contemporary resort hotel with only two rooms, located in the ancient village of Anacapri, on the Italian island of Capri. The hotel was originally part of the St. Micheles’ convent built in the XVII century and is designed by Italian architectural firm Zetastudio.




Capri Suite combines iconic items of modern design and 17th century architecture. In the living room, the massive stone walls and exposed vaults seem to have been purpose-built to display photographer Luciano Romano’s images; the skeletal iron constructions by Sicilian sculptor Antonino Sciortino; and Paolo Piva’s steel and glass coffee tables.




The two bedrooms feature 19th century beds dressed with bright blue and yellow linen by Livio de Simone.




Capri Suite is all about luxury. Breakfast is available at any time of the day, and for lunch or dinner, you can hire a personal chef. Boat trips, scooter rental and tours with a personal shopper are just some of the services provided on request.




The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the ancient village of Anacapri, not far from all the wonders of Capri. Beaches are close by as well





Above is the ‘blue room’ and below you can see the ‘yellow suite’.




The rooms have ultra modern bathrooms with fabulous free-standing anthracite resin showers. In the larger, “superior suite” there is a small pool in which to soothe away the day.





For more information and bookings you can visit Capri Suite’s website.


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    Lovely hotel

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  • Nestor

    I live near Bologna and take this trip by train sometimes. Going tgohurh Tuscany is a bit out of the way but since you have the weekend for the whole trip, you could see a bit. It will limit how many places you can stop though. You could go from Bologna to Florence and spend a few hours there. Or from Bologna to the Pisa/Lucca area directly. The driving time to Lucca/Pisa is around two hours from Bologna.The driving time from Pisa to Nice is around 4 hours, but there are a lot of opportunities for stops along the way. You can’t drive into most of the towns of the Cinque Terre but you could either stop in La Spezia and take the train into the area, or drive to Monterosso. Cinque Terre is a beautiful area with very scenic towns. Genova or San Remo are other interesting places to stop along the coast. Menton is a nice town just across the border into France, but I would highly recommend a stop in Eze. Be sure to see the medieval town at the top of the hill and not just the beach area.A good site to use for driving directions here is:


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