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What We Love

  • Within strolling distance of Anacapri’s main attractions
  • Knockout views from the rooftop terrace
  • The luxe spa has a Turkish bath, a Finnish sauna and elegant treatment rooms

What To Know

  • The hotel is adults only; guests 17 and under are not permitted
  • All-day service from the Blue Pool Lounge bar
  • Free WiFi


  •  Adults Only
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Elegant adults-only villa retreat with a luxe spa and knockout sea views from the rooftop terrace

The Lowdown

This adults-only hideaway on the stunning island of Capri offers boutique accommodation with a distinctly grown-up feel. The villa is in the heart of Anacapri, putting you within easy reach of shops, cafés, museums and galleries. The Marea restaurant serves gourmet evening meals with a local accent — you can eat indoors or in the hotel’s lemon grove — and the Blue Pool Lounge serves waterside snacks and lunches. Head up to the roof terrace for knockout sea views. The hotel’s outdoor pool is open April to September, and the spa, which has a sauna, a Turkish bath and a long list of treatments, welcomes guests daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The guestrooms are cool and white with smooth leather-look padded walls, marble tile floors and splashes of mustard yellow or burnt orange. The bathrooms have whirlpool tubs or sensor-controlled showers.

In the Area

The beauty of the Italian island of Capri has long attracted visitors. The ruins of the villas built by the Roman emperor Tiberius 2,000 years ago can still be seen; Villa Jovis is the best preserved. Before the Romans the Greeks were here, and there’s evidence of prehistoric inhabitants, too. Today you’re more likely to find chic Italians, well-heeled international tourists and daytrippers from the mainland, drawn to the island by its dramatic scenery and laid-back charm. The island is broadly split, thanks to its natural shape, into two settlements: Capri to the east and Anacapri, where Melia Villa is located, to the west.

How to Get There

Meliá Villa Capri Hotel & Spa
Via Giuseppe Orlandi, 103
Anacapri, 80071 Italy


4.5 Very Good 289 Reviews
Melia Capri Villa- simply amazing
Reviewed 6 months ago

Location, property and team were simply fabulous.
Anacapri is the place to stay when visiting Capri.
Staff is very attentive, friendly and efficient.
Rooms are very well equipped.
AC in the junior suite we had was some what noisy.
Privat jacuzzi on the roof with sea view was memorable.
Will probably book this hotel next time on Capri Island.

Superb chilled boutique hotel
Reviewed 6 months ago

A relaxed bolt-hole in relatively sleepy Anacapri away from the madness of the tourist honeytraps. Approached via a pedestrianised road lined with shops selling handmade sandals and floatly blue and white linen dresses, we arrived to a warm welcome and a complimentary drink whilst our luggage was whisked to our room.

Huge suite, spotlessly clean, and very attentive room service. We particularly appreciated the fresh supplies of drinking water left for us each evening. Pool area also faultless and I don't understand the comments that it was too small.

We stayed half board as a Streetview trawl of the area seemed to show limited restaurants in the area. Of course Streetview doesn't cover the large pedestrianised areas of Anacapri which does in fact contain many excellent dining options. The hotel's kitchen is very good however. Top marks to Chef, but when we return we'll probably stay B&B and explore a little more.

It's obvious that everyone involved with Melia is working very hard to produce such an excellent experience for their guests, but a special mention must be made for Chester who is a maitre d'hotel at the very top of his game.

Finally, whilst the initial look at the bill looks expensive, the Melia is actually excellent value for money given what we experienced when we moved on to the Amalfi Coast.

Great staff and great location
Reviewed 7 months ago

We stayed here for 7 nights with 2 of our boys (22 and 23). We loved everything about this Melia. From the front desk to the restaurant staff everyone went above and beyond to please. We all loved the location in Anacapri. Near the bus stop, on main walking street. Very nice section in front of hotel to have a drink, relax and people watch. Close to many restaurants. The pool area is very pretty and they have a really nice spa area. Highly recommend.

Best Mixologist
Reviewed 7 months ago

After a walk around the island me and the wife wanted a nice refreshing drink at a posh looking place. We had passed the hotel earlier during the day and I had expressed a entrance on going there for a cocktail. Glad I did, WOW! Bartender was excellent, had a great conversation while at the bar and superb drinks. We sat and watched as he whipped up some of there favorites, I swear he used some fruits I had never seen before which made it even more exciting. The ambiance was nice also it reminded me of a place in Miami clean and colorful. With all drinks you know you receive some finger food, that was nice and original, lollipop parmesan cheese, bruschetta and something that resembles cheese curds? Moët Champagne ice rose never had it in the states but it was what the Doctor ordered, I even had a none alcoholic drink that was famous. The experience was great and when we come back I think we will be staying at this Hotel.
Thanks for a great experience.

Best Hotel we Stayed in During our Trip
Reviewed 7 months ago

I traveled with a friend last summer to Italy on a budget. This hotel was our splurge. The rooms are beautiful, the bathroom was gorgeous and everything was CLEAN! Keep in mind you are in Anacapri which is a bus ride or taxi from Capri central. We didnt particularly like the one restaurant we ate at near the hotel - I don't remember the name. But back to this oasis of a hotel. Modern amenities. Great pool in the back, which if I remember correctly like all the other hotels in Italy at closes at 6pm. Im a big fan of staying at a pool until it's dark and then going out to dinner, but this is just not the italian way. I found the staff to be incredibly friendly and helped us navigate the island. The breakfast was included with our room and it also was terrific, fresh juice, fruit, breads, eggs, etc in the modern dining room with beautiful italian glass chandeliers. By far I loved our room more than any other hotel we stayed at. CLEAN modern and wonderfully decorated. The tile work in the bathroom was GORGEOUS. The special touches like the lights on the bathroom ceiling to feel like glittering stars was lovely. Keep in mind this is not a five star hotel that you may find in major metropolitan cities around the world, but my feeling was this was an exceptional Anacapri hotel. I liked being off the beaten path in Anacapri (vs capri) - and so happy we took a chance at Melia!