You can't miss Capri's Villa Helios. And not only because this century-old hotel lies within easy walking distance of the Piazzetta, on the road which leads to Villa Jovis.
A wacky hotel and a tree with Wow! factor
Built in the early 20th century by a Swiss benefactress, Villa Helios is the result of a curious mixture of Moorish and Italian Liberty architectural styles - quite unlike anything you'll see anywhere else on the island.
Then there's the gigantic fig tree in the garden - which has been attracting tourists attention for over a hundred years!
There's everything you need and nothing you don't
The hotel's recently renovated bedrooms enjoy lovely views of the garden, Capri or the sea and are equipped with air conditioning, flat screen television and bathroom with shower or bathtub.
Ground floor rooms open out on to the communal terrace. There are a number of accessible rooms, for guests with reduced mobility.
Want to top up your tan? Soak up the sun on the hotel's sweeping sea view terrace!
Surprisingly economic, especially when you consider the hotel's incredibly central location, Villa Helios' room rates are some of the lowest on the island.
There's more too: Villa Helios grants special discounted rates for groups of minimum 20 people (July and August weekends excluded).