A breathtaking view, an ancient aristocratic mansion furnished according to modern design, a restaurant at the very top of Capri’s culinary excellence. These are the ingredients which make up the 5 star luxury Hotel Punta Tragara, on the island of Capri.
Built in 1920 as a private residence and appreciated by the great architect Le Corbusier in one of Capri’s most suggestive places, the Hotel acquires its character from this daring construction excavated from the rock,“a kind of architectonic flowering, an emanation of the rock, an integral part of the island, a oral phenomenon”.
With its precious tapestries, the silent corridors, the swimming pools reflecting the sky, the Punta Tragara expresses the elegance of a private aristocratic mansion.
The rooms, each one different from the other, combine in an elegant union the charm of past epochs with the most modern design, offering a unique atmosphere for exclusive holidays in total relaxation.
The Penthouse, spacious and modern suite of 90 sq metres, awaits the newly-weds who love privacy without renouncing the glamourous high life of the island. A SPA and two open air swimming pools with hydro massage pools are also at the guests’ disposal.
A spectacular view on the Faraglioni, the charm of Marina Piccola, the white pro le of Capri, the splendour of the sea, visible from almost all the 44 rooms of the Hotel. The charm of this Hotel becomes your home, the place where it’s pleasant to return, where your heart resides, the place where, admiring the incomparable natural beauty, space has set its realm in order to offer feelings and emotions to which you will never 17 get used to.
Punta Tragara is not just the place where to stay in complete comfort; the restaurant of the Hotel, Monzù, proposes seasonal products from Naples and Campania reinterpreted by the Executive Chef Luigi Lionetti. A cuisine which tells about sun and sea, also catering for vegetarians and vegans who can choose their menu according to daily products. Why Monzù? Because in the aristocratic families of Naples the grand chefs used to be called Monsieur. And because Naples’ language can reinvent anything as happens with the cuisine.