Hotel Villa Sanfelice Capri
Hotel Villa Sanfelice Capri is another four-star hotel conveniently situated in the heart of Capri. This hotel takes pride of a magnificent entrance; this is where most guests take pictures of themselves together with the lovely flower garden.
Hotel Villa Sanfelice Capri lies between the Piazzetta and Via Camerelle. According to locals, this is one of the most historic hotels on the island as its construction dates back to 1645. Although this hotel is as old as time immemorial, the management is proud that it was able to uphold its beauty. Both the exterior and interior of the hotel is painted white. The flooring is made of blue majolica and marble tiles, and the rooms are accented with simple yet classy pieces of furniture.
Hotel Villa Sanfelice Capri has a total of 35 beautiful rooms split over three floors. Rooms are nicely decorated, and clean. Linen and towels are excellent quality. There is no elevator, so guests need to take the staircases if they prefer rooms on the second and third floor. Although not all rooms have large terraces, all of them offer a scenic garden view. The deluxe rooms are the biggest. They have double rooms with a terrace and can accommodate up to four people. The superior and double rooms, on the other hand, also have double rooms but can only lodge three guests.
Some of the amenities of this hotel include a large swimming pool with a spacious sun deck. A whirlpool and a wellness center. The wellness center offers services face and body treatments, message and physiotherapy. The usual duration for each of these services is an hour. They are performed by highly trained therapists along with their qualified medical assistants.
The hotel staff are extremely welcoming and helpful with suggestions on where to eat and places to visit.
The breakfast is fantastic with lots of fruit, yogurt, bread, meats and cheese, etc.
Hotel Villa Sanfelice Capri also provides boat rentals. One boat has a total capacity of seven people and the tour, which is normally accompanied by a sailor, lasts for two to four hours.