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Three reasons to book here:
- The most unique view on earth (seriously)
- The tempting cuisine at the Terrazza di Lucullo
- The infinity pool directly over the sea
Despite the passage of time and the arrival of tourism, the little town of Anacapri has managed to conserve all of its typical Mediterranean charm.
Need another reason to indulge in a luxurious break on the island of Capri? Book your October escape at Caesar Augustus now - and save a whopping 25% on the official room rate!
Valid from 9 October 2016 to 29 October 2016
Caesar Augustus - AnacapriGo to the top
Perched on the cliff edge, towering 1000 feet above sea level, Capri's Hotel Caesar Augustus boasts a panorama which is, arguably, the most spectacular of any hotel in Europe, if not the world.
A view to die for
From each of the hotel's sun-drenched terraces and beautifully appointed bedrooms and suites, sweeping views over the entire Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento and the neighboring island of Ischia can be seen - the same views which bewitched the celebrated novelist Axel Munthe whose villa can be found just meters away from the hotel.
If it's a view with wow! factor you're after, book one of Caesar Augustus' incredibly panoramic "cliffside" rooms or suites
A suite to savor
Individually decorated with antiques and artworks from the owners' private collection, Caesar Augustus's Master suites come complete with a full range of top-notch amenities, luxurious marble bathrooms with jacuzzi tub and massive terraces where guests can soak up the sun surrounded by amazing views of the sea surrounding Capri.
Besotted by its beauty, King Farouk of Egypt used to reserve what is now called the Farouk Suite year in, year out
A pool to dream in
One of the hotel's most talked-about features, Caesar Augustus' double-level infinity pool has been cleverly designed to create the illusion of merging into the sea beyond.
This is where guests spend much of the day, swimming and basking in the Mediterranean sun.
A restaurant to remember
Clients will find it hard to resist the flavor-packed cuisine served in Caesar Augustus' "La Terrazza di Lucullo" restaurant.
Here, in the most romantic of settings, guests are presented with a menu featuring a combination of traditional regional specialties and exciting, contemporary Italian dishes, much of which is made with the ingredients grown in the hotel's large organic kitchen garden.
Caesar Augustus: ServicesGo to the top
- Outdoor facilities
- Swimming pool
- Internet connection
- Free Wi-fi
- Air Conditioning
- Rooms for smokers
- Room service
- Safety deposit box
- Satellite TV
- Hair dryer
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with hydromassage bath
- Room with private terrace
- Heated pool
- Wellness treatments
- Sauna / Turkish bath
- Food and drink
- Cocktail bar
- Snack bar
- Tastings of typical products
- Reception 24h
- Car park
- Shuttle service (airport / city center / beach)
What former guests say about Caesar AugustusGo to the top
Caesar Augustus: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
Dennis and Loretta 's honeymoon
We were on our third stop and on the honeymoon with my best friend who married my sister in law. We had come from Positano and before that, the wedding , which was in Ravello at the Belmond Caruso... more »
Luxury hotel in outstanding location
The Caesar Augustus hotel has justifiably been suggested as one of the most romantic hotels in the world. Beautifully furnished, and with views across the Bay of Naples that take the breath away... more »
Great place to stay
There are many things to really like about this property---the view is absolutely spectacular, the rooms are decent size, the staff throughout the hotel is extremely helpful and attentive (from the... more »
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Caesar Augustus: LocationBack to the top
Hotel Ceasar Augustus is situated in one of Capri's most panoramic spots. From the terraces and suites of the hotel, an incomparable view of the island and the Bay of Naples can be seen, a view which extends from the Sorrentine peninsula to Mount Vesuvius and as far as the island of Ischia.