By Staff writer
Italian resort, overlooking the Gulf of Naples, features 68 rooms, three restaurants, a medical spa facility, private beach club and outdoor pool
Capri Palace Jumeirah, on the Italian island of Anacapri, overlooking the Gulf of Naples, is set to open its doors on June 25.
Designed in the style of an eighteenth-century Neapolitan palazzo, the resort features 68 guestrooms, a pair of Michelin-starred restaurants, a medical spa facility, private beach club and large outdoor pool.
The hotel, which will operate through to September 30, will strictly follow the directives of the Italian Government and has extensive preventative measures in place for the safety of all.
Ermanno Zanini, general manager of Capri Palace Jumeirah and regional vice president for Italy and Spain, said: “We are delighted to welcome our guests back to Capri Palace Jumeirah. Our team have eagerly awaited this moment and are ready to provide the excellent service and unrivalled culinary experiences the hotel is known for, synonymous with Jumeirah’s brand values.”
Jumeirah Group announced at the end of last year that it was appointed to operate and manage the renowned hotel.