Quisisana. The very name conjures up images of all that is elegant and luxurious about the Capri, island of indulgence and La Dolce Vita. The island which has been attracting and captivating dreamers who arrive on its dramatic shores for more than 150 years.
It's impossible to visit the Island of Capri without walking by the Quisisana at least once. Just steps from the famed Piazzetta, the Grand Hotel dominated with its timeless and classice beauty. It was over 150 years ago when the English physician George Clark decided to transform his wife's holiday villa first into a sanatorium for consumption, and then into a luxury hotel which has become a landmark for both locals and visitors over the past century.
From Royalty to Rock Stars: They've All Slept Here
History has slept in these rooms, from the Persian shahs to the Kennedy family, from Jean-Paul Sarte to Simone de Beauvoir, from Tom Cruise to Duran Duran at the height of their fame. And the list goes on and on....
The Quisisana has undergone a number of renovations and additions over the years, but has retained its signature timeless elegance in its rooms and halls. The spaces are sweeping and bright, with decorated floors, gold-leaf furniture, chandeliers, period writing desks and sumptuous upholstery. Many rooms boast a private terrace with a view over the Faraglioni and the Charterhouse of San Giacomo.
To soak out the stress of your day of sightseeing, sink into the QuisiBeauty spa and treat yourself to a body or face treatment with prestigious La Praire products. Because the Quisisana has been experts in indulging guests for more than 150 years.