Capri art retreat
- Where the world's artists met, on the hill of Matermania
- The magnificent terrace with view of Marina Piccola
- In Capri, holidaying in a museum-house
However steep the uphill climb may be to get here from the Piazzetta, the view of the sea and Marina Piccola which awaits guests staying at Hotel La Reginella, make it more than worth the effort!
The same view which, in the post war years, made the villa the elected residence of the artists and travelers who came to stay on the island of Capri.
The Artists' Hotel
The history of Hotel La Reginella is inextricably linked to art. Ever since the violinist, Paolo Falco, and his wife, the pianist Elisabeth Rudorff, decided to transform their island home in to a hotel, La Reginella has provided a unique haven for the world's painters, writers, poets and sculptors.
Hans Paule, Willy Kluck, Walter Depas and Annie Cottreau: the names of the artists whose artistic ceramics, xylographs, portraits and landscape paintings adorn the rooms of Hotel La Reginella
The peace and quiet of the hill of Matermania, the authentic charm of a traditional island home and a panoramic terrace with breathtakingly beautiful views of the sea: all you need for a dream holiday on Capri.
In fact, if you're looking for the lavish luxury of the island's 5 star hotels, you won't find it here: La Reginella's air conditioned rooms (some of which have a little balcony) have everything you need - and nothing you don't!
Breakfast by the Sea
La Reginella's terrace is the heart of the hotel. This is where, each morning, a delicious al fresco breakfast is served and where, each evening, after having spent a day in the Piazzetta, visiting the nearby Natural Arch, or exploring Capri's sea caves by boat, guests gather to chat and relax.
See what guests loved the most
- Breakfast room
- Panoramic terrace
- Sea view terrace (in selected rooms)
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom courtesy kit
Ten minutes is all it takes to reach Hotel La Reginella from the Piazzetta and the center of Capri The walk might be uphill, but the fabulous views of the sea waiting to be admired from the hotel's terraces make the climb more than worth the effort!
The hotel lies within meters of the Natural Arch', where the spectacular Pizzolungo coastal path, leading to the Tragara viewing point and the Faraglioni rocks, begins.