5 Star Luxury HotelsVia Tragara, 57 - Capri - See map
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Three reasons to book here:
- Stay in a hotel designed by the architect Le Corbusier
- Romance and an incomparable view of the Faraglioni
- A splash in the heated, jetted swimming pool
Punta Tragara - CapriGo to the top
From the stunning terraces and balconies of Capri's Hotel Punta Tragara, guests are treated to one of the most breathtaking and unforgettable views on the Island of Capri: the dramatic Faraglioni sea stacks which rise directly from the turquoise waves of the Mediterranean and the romantic Marina Piccola bay. This elegant 5 star luxury hotel, based on designs by the celebrated architect, Le Corbusier, is perched on the cliffs of the Tragara scenic overlook on one of the most panoramic and peaceful spots of the whole of Capri.
A View to Last a Lifetime
The rooms and suites of Hotel Punta Tragara are strike a perfect balance between the classic and modern, and are particularly lovely given the particular attention to detail and impeccable care. The decor echoes that of a traditional island villa, with the added elegance of contemporary architectural details. The most sumptuous suites, including the Monacone and the prestigious Penthouse boast gorgeous views over the Faraglioni and the Castiglione hills.
The flavors and aromas for which the Mediterranean cuisine is famous take center stage in the hotel's "Monzu" Restaurant, a understated yet welcoming venue in the Punta Tragara where guests can dine in the internal dining room or, during the summer, on the scenic veranda by candlelight.
Dinner Under the Stars
Guests of the Punta Tragara can also dine at the Ristorante da Mammà just steps from the Piazzetta and owned by the hotel. The restaurant, with chefs Gennaro Esposito and Salvatore La Ragione at the helm, was awarded its first Michelin star in 2015.
The Bar "Bussola" is, instead, the ideal spot to sip a refreshing cocktail by the pool or an aperitif by sunset. The hotel also has a second heated and jetted pool available for guests.
For guests of the Hotel Punta Tragara who want to both explore the island and recharge body and mind, the hotel offers a modern spa which can indulge travellers with massage therapy and face and body treatments, a fitness center with Technogym weight and cardio machines, and a thalassotherapy pool with therapeutic salt from the Dead Sea dissolved in the water.
Punta Tragara: ServicesGo to the top
- Outdoor facilities
- Swimming pool
- Free Wi-fi
- Air Conditioning
- Room service
- Safety deposit box
- Satellite TV
- Hair dryer
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with hydromassage bath
- Room with private terrace
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Wellness treatments
- Food and drink
- Cocktail bar
- Snack bar
- Reception 24h
What former guests say about Punta TragaraGo to the top
Punta Tragara: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
The perfect place on this absolutely perfect island
Actually we just spend an afternoon drinking gin-tonic by the pool /they have all possible varieties in the world I think/, but it was like a dream.The nicest people work at that place.Their smiles... more »
Amazing location...amazing location...yeah! Thats all folks !
Firstly, its location is truly spectacular, and if you like to lunch late at the Fontalina beach bar/restaurant, you are "that" little bit closer on your walk (trek up the hill) home. Dont... more »
This is the place to stay if you go to Capri. The entire stay was superb and we are definitely going back. Our room was on a corner of the hotel and you had to walk down stairs once you entered the... more »
Punta Tragara: LocationBack to the top
Hotel Punta Tragara is situated right next to the Belvedere di Punta Tragara, from where to admire a magnificent view of the Capri's legendary Faraglioni, the Bay of Marina Piccola and a glimpse or two of Capri's picturesque town center.
To reach the hotel, guests walk along one of the island of Capri's most attractive pathways, where to observe spectacular displays of brightly colored Mediterranean flowers, cascading over the walls of some of the island's most beautiful residential properties.