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What We Love

  • A pool, a hot tub, a sauna and a full-service spa with Turkish bath
  • Some rooms have private pools with ocean views
  • The palm trees and lush lawns surrounding the pool lend an almost tropical ambience

What To Know

  • Just a short walk to the marina, but further from Capri's town center; the hotel runs regular shuttles into town
  • The airport-transfer can be arranged for a steep fee of close to $300
  • The island isn’t very vehicle-friendly, so bringing a car is not recommended


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Luxury property living room home condominium


Mod décor and a private garden with views of Vesuvius, steps from the Marina Grande

The Lowdown

This 21-room hideaway evokes the golden era of Capri, when the island was overrun with Hollywood stars, artists and intellectuals. The rooms and suites are decorated as tributes to various personalities who left their mark here, including poet Pablo Neruda and Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, founder of the Futurist movement. Soak up the ambience by the glam infinity pool, surrounded by palm trees and with views across the bay to brooding Mount Vesuvius, or chill in the spa’s relaxation area, complete with a sauna, a Turkish bath and an infinity pool with a Jacuzzi. At dusk, snag a spot on the terrace at Ristorante Ziqù, where lanterns and candles illuminate decadent Mediterranean dishes like lobster salad with asparagus and truffles.

In the Area

Do as one-time denizens Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O. did, and head to La Parisienne on the piazzetta for classic Capri pants; the family-run boutique has been around since 1906. Hail one of the island’s fleet of convertible taxis to take you up to Anacapri, then shop for botanical fragrances at Carthusia: Founded in Capri in 1948, when a monk discovered a trove of ancient perfume formulas, this limited-production fragrance house produces scents that evoke the Mediterranean with notes like jasmine, wild fig and lemon leaves. End the day over a glass of rose at the waterfront Fontelina Restaurant on famous Fontelina beach. The casual terrace, with its thatch roof and rough stone walls, looks out onto the rocky beach and is a magnet for the island’s scantily-clad beautiful people.

How to Get There

Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa
Via Provinciale Marina Grande 191
Capri, 80073 Italy


Just Okay

The grounds of the property are beautiful and the staff was really friendly when we arrived, however that quickly changed once we settled in. The hotel was severely short staffed. We tried getting drinks at the bar on numerous occasions and there was no one there to assist us. The spa had one person working. The overall "vibe" of the hotel was off, there was just no one on the property to help with anything and we visited in September! Also, if you're into fitness, the "gym" lacks working equipment. I would not return, the experience staying there was not worth the price.

Villa marina at it beat

We stopped here for five nights and it was beautiful. the service was excellent and also the stuff was amazing and helpful the shuttle services was free and room we stayed in was beautiful. I will definitely be back with my family to stay here.

Never wanted to leave

One of our favorite hotels to date. We visited Capri on our honeymoon and were impressed with their hospitality from the start. The room itself was incredible and we thoroughly enjoyed all of the amenities - the pool, restaurant, and shuttle to and from Capri. We seriously considered extending our stay and look forward to our next stay, and to recommending the hotel to anyone traveling to Capri! It is truly wonderful. Our only recommendation (which my husband insisted I add) would be to replace their workout machine - something like a BowFlex - because it is rather worn down. For what it’s worth, we’ve compared every other hotel we’ve visited on the Amalfi coast to Villa Marina and no others compare. Easily the best!!