Capri Palace Jumeirah will draw guests to the iconic Mediterranean island from May 27 for the summer season
Jumeirah Group (www.Jumeirah.com), the global luxury hotel company, will welcome its customers for an essential change of scenery from May 27e until October 17e 2021 at its exquisite Italian hotel, Capri Palace Jumeirah.
Having enjoyed a successful summer last year for the first time as a Jumeirah hotel, guests are once again invited to this idyllic coastal sanctuary where contemporary art and design are surrounded by nature on the island glamor of Capri, recently declared “COVID-free’.
Ideally located in the bustling town of Anacapri – one of the most exclusive and unspoiled parts of the island – the hotel sits on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Naples. The perfect embodiment of Italian Dolce Vita, the Capri Palace Jumeirah is designed in the style of an 18th-century Neapolitan palace. The 68 elegantly appointed hotel rooms feature whites, blues, and neutrals, while ceramic tiles and bespoke furnishings evoke the feeling of an Italian family home, exuding a sense of familiarity with the surroundings.
In keeping with Jumeirah’s commitment to providing exceptional dining experiences, Capri Palace Jumeirah is home to renowned restaurants including the island’s two Michelin stars, guided by Executive Chef Andrea Migliaccio. The hotel’s signature restaurant, L’Olivo, awarded two Michelin stars, serves exceptional Mediterranean gourmet dishes with an extensive drink list. Meanwhile, Il Riccio restaurant and beach club offers some of the best local seafood on the island and boasts stunning views of the rocky coastline. Named after the sea urchins the restaurant is renowned for, the coveted venue will be open for lunch and dinner, led by returning resident chef Salvatore Elefante.
Ermanno Zanini, Managing Director of Capri Palace Jumeirah and Regional Vice President for Italy and Spain, said: “It is with great pride that we welcome guests back to our beautiful island to experience the incomparable hospitality of Capri Palace Jumeirah. From luxury dining destinations to pristine views and exquisite spaces, guests will have a one-of-a-kind stay, underscored by Jumeirah’s renowned personalized guest experiences and service beyond expectations.
Capri Palace Jumeirah is more than just a hotel, ”he added. “It is a transformative experience where guests can immerse themselves in the breathtaking natural beauty of Capri, revel in the unique contemporary art installations scattered throughout the hotel and disconnect from the stresses of everyday life at the hotel. famous Capri Beauty Farm, a world-class medical spa establishment. There are also a number of special activations that we are particularly excited for our customers to experience. “
Continuing the hotel’s exclusive partnership, another exciting Dior pop-up will take center stage this season, in the form of an exclusive store at Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, launched on May 28.e, 2021.
Health and safety remains Jumeirah’s top priority. All of its hotels and restaurants adhere to the highest safety and hygiene standards and follow local government guidelines to ensure guests and colleagues are in good hands. As a result of these measurements, 12 of Jumeirah’s properties, including Capri Palace Jumeirah, have received the Safeguard label from Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing and inspection services. In addition, the island of Capri has been declared COVID-free, 80% of the inhabitants and all the employees of the tourist sector having received at least the first dose of the vaccine. The island also organizes PCR testing for all customers who need it, with results delivered in time for their departure. Travelers from Europe, the UK and Israel can now enter Italy without justification and will not be required to quarantine, while passengers from United States and Canada also does not need to quarantine upon entry via Covid-tested flights.
Prices start from € 653 per night for a classic sea view room. Please visit Jumeirah.com/CapriPalace for more information and reservations, or visit Jumeirah.com/cpj/summerescapes for more details on the Jumeirah Summer Escapes package.
The hotel team look forward to welcoming their guests this summer and will be happy to assist you with private speedboat or helicopter transfers from Naples or Sorrento. In the meantime, stay connected via our social networks and don’t forget to tag us in your posts.
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About Capri Palace Jumeirah:
Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Capri Palace Jumeirah is a stunning luxury property where guests soak up the breathtaking natural beauty of Capri and the imaginative works of art by contemporary artists. Nestled in a secluded corner of the island with panoramic sea views, the resort has 68 impeccably designed rooms, a two Michelin star restaurant offering exquisite cuisine, the exclusive Capri Medical Spa – a world class spa – a club private beach and a large outdoor swimming pool set in beautiful manicured gardens.
About the Jumeirah Group:
Jumeirah Group, a member of Dubai Holding and a global luxury hotel company, operates a portfolio of over 6,500 world-class keys from 23 properties across the Middle East (including flagship Burj Al Arab Jumeirah) in Europe and Asia, with more properties currently under construction worldwide.
The health and safety of customers and colleagues is the top priority of the Jumeirah Group. It has implemented a series of protective measures in all of its hotels, while strictly adhering to the respective government guidelines for each market. Proof of Jumeirah’s commitment to operating its hotels to the highest global standards, 12 of its hotels hold the Bureau Veritas Safeguard label, with Jumeirah Al Naseem being the first hotel in the world to receive the prestigious certification. The Group works in close collaboration with Bureau Veritas to certify its larger portfolio.
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