La Reginella (2 stars) prices and availability
Capri art retreat
- Where the world's artists met, on the hill of Matermania
- The magnificent terrace with view of Marina Piccola
- In Capri, holidaying in a museum-house
Why choose La Reginella in Capri
Once the preferred retreat of painters and poets, now a charming little hotel with breathtaking views of the sea: Capri's La Reginella has been a much-loved hideaway on the island for decades.
It was the violinist Paolo de Falco, together with his wife, Elisabeth Rudorff, who transformed the villa into hotel back in the 1950's and the place has been a favorite amongst artists and independent travelers ever since.
If you're searching for ''simplicity, silence and a spectacular sea view on the island of Capri, you'll love La Reginella: an incredibly affordable and beautifully located 2 star hotel in which you can expect to find all three! Book early if you want to stay in one of La Reginella's much sought-after rooms with private terrace'''.
Start the day with a view of the sea surrounding Capri! On summer mornings, breakfast is served on La Reginella's panoramic terrace.
And the Piazzetta? Capri's famous square is only a few minutes away from La Reginella, as are other major tourist attractions such as the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, the Gardens of Augustus and the Centro Caprese Ignazio Cerio museum.
Want to explore further? From the Piazzetta, you can take a taxi or catch a bus to Anacapri, Marina Grande and Marina Piccola.
See what guests loved the most
- Breakfast room
- Panoramic terrace
- Sea view terrace (in selected rooms)
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom courtesy kit
- Air Conditioning
- Hair dryer
- Room with private terrace
Guest reviews for La Reginella
Locations - How to get to Capri
Ten minutes is all it takes to reach Hotel La Reginella from the Piazzetta and the center of Capri The walk might be uphill, but the fabulous views of the sea waiting to be admired from the hotel's terraces make the climb more than worth the effort!
The hotel lies within meters of the Natural Arch', where the spectacular Pizzolungo coastal path, leading to the Tragara viewing point and the Faraglioni rocks, begins.