Part boutique hotel, part maison de charme, Caprisuite occupies a lovingly restored 17th century convent in Anacapri, the peaceful little town which, for many, has become the most exclusive and desirable part of the island of Capri.
At Caprisuite, contemporary interior design and centuries' old Mediterranean architecture combine in a stunningly stylish juxtaposition of the old and new. This style fusion is especially evident in the light filled living room, where the thick white stone walls provide the perfect backdrop for photographer Luciano Romano's gigantic prints, Antonio Sciortino's skeletal steel cubes and one of Gaetano Pesce's much coveted silicone cups.
The intriguing contrast of past and present, of island charm and urban chic, continues in the suites, in which late 19th century beds are dressed with Livio de Simone's brightly colored textiles. In the larger of the two suites there is a small pool in which to relax after a day on the beach.
In this luxury guest house, holidaymakers start the day with a tasty breakfast, served in the loggia which once functioned as a link between the convent and the Church of San Michele. Oh, and don't worry if you're a late riser: at Caprisuite you'll find delicious brioche and freshly made Italian coffee waiting for you whatever time you finally wake!
In the heart of the picturesque historic center of Anacapri, Caprisuite lies within easy walking distance of all of the town's most important tourist attractions and any number of highly acclaimed restaurants and bars. If you'd rather eat-in, Caprisuite will be pleased to introduce you to a local chef, capable of conjuring up an extensive menu of Mediterranean treats to be enjoyed in the privacy of the hotel's attractive courtyard. Likewise, if you fancy exploring the island by boat or by scooter, just ask the hotel's concierge!