A magical summer residence

  • Caesar Augustus
  • Caesar Augustus
  • Caesar Augustus
  • Caesar Augustus

The Caesar Augustus on Capri

Capri has long been considered an island that is especially popular with artists and intellectuals since it is regarded as a valuable source of inspiration. Its guests are delighted by the picture-book landscape, the rock island’s steep cliffs, its colorful vegetation and turquoise sea. At its prettiest point, the Caesar Augustus Hotel complex nestles against the coarse stone. From here there are wonderful views of the Amalfi coast, Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples.

Live like a prince

The former summer residence of a Russian prince is now an extremely elegant hotel. The rooms are lavishly furnished with unique furniture and valuable works of art, and offer all sorts of extras such as floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the rooms with light. Be awoken in the morning by the rising sun as it reflects on the sea, and admire the nature from your room. You will be particularly taken with the personal service.

From hand to mouth

At the La Terrazza di Lucullo, chef Eduardo Vuolo still prepares everything by hand. He uses only choice ingredients for his pasta, bakes his bread using a secret recipe, and prepares the fish that the fishermen bring directly from the boat to the hotel. Sit yourself down in the evening and let the master chef pamper you with his specialties. Sommelier Gaetano De Maio will provide you with the suitable wines.

You can also relax at the terrace bar, where champagne and oysters are served during the day, and where you can wind down with fruit cocktails and atmospheric piano music in the evening.

Explore Capri

The hotel has a generous spa area that includes a hammam. The infinity pool seems to blend seamlessly with the Mediterranean, which really does make it look endless. You can also enjoy a wide range of water sports in the surrounding area such as sailing or canoeing, diving and snorkeling.

Explore the region, and experience the island’s highlight: the Grotta Azzurra, or Blue Grotto. The cave with its deep-blue water can only be seen from small rowing boats. On the way back afterwards, it is worth stopping off to see the ruins of Emperor Tiberius’ Villa Damacuta.

Your Platinum benefits

  • Early check-in, room upgrade and late check-out subject to availability on arrival
  • Welcome drink at the bar
  • A bottle of Limoncello as a welcome gift in your room
  • A 15-minute hand or foot massage during your stay (valid per room)
  • A free dessert with an evening meal in the restaurant (valid per person)
  • Special seasonal offers
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