Villa Sanfelice (4 Star Hotels) Capri
Via Li Campi, 13 - Capri
Capri, between the Piazzetta and Via Camerelle
Three reasons why you'll love it here
- A peaceful hotel in the very heart of Capri
- Hours of blissful relaxation by the pool
- You're within steps of the Piazzetta and Via Camerelle
Positioned in the historic center of Capri, close to the Piazzetta, the Charter House of San Giacomo and the island's fashionable shopping area, Hotel Villa Sanfelice, occupies what is one of the island's oldest edifices, a building believed to date all they way back to 1645. Villa Sanfelice is also one of the island's oldest hotels, which first opened its doors to travelers participating in the Grand Tour in the early 19th century.
The hotel represents the epitome of Capri's traditional architectural style, with cross vaulted ceilings, majolica tiled floors and ornate stucco work. The elegant guest rooms and suites look out across the gardens or over the ancient buildings of Capri.
As they relax in the grounds, enjoying the sun, by the swimming pool or in the solarium, or sitting in the shade of the lemon trees, guests can savour refreshing drinks and tasty appetizers from the garden snack bar.
What travellers said about this hotel
The swimming pool area is lovely, the water is a nice temperature and sun loungers and beach towels are provided.
Vincent L.R and 19 others agree with this
Bedrooms are large, clean and comfortable.
Nathasha K. and 7 others agree with this
The location is really central: at the start of Via Camerelle, the designer shopping street, and just steps away from the Piazzetta.
Conny B. and 21 others agree with this
Although you can't see the sea, the view is still lovely: overlooking the hotel's garden of orange and lemon trees.
Marinella C. and 7 others agree with this
I would definitely recommend this hotel. Really comfortable, with a great location and a fabulous swimming pool.
Claudio C. and 7 others agree with this
Ideal hotel in which to experience the glamour of Capri without breaking your budget.
Alda F. and 15 others agree with this
Breakfast could be better. They should add more tables and improve the quality of the products used (for example, there was no fresh bread).
Anna F. and 5 others agree with this