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Another addition to Capri’s regenerated hotel scene

A stylish makeover – and sigh-provoking views

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Another addition to Capri’s regenerated hotel scene

July 16 2010
Maria Shollenbarger

While there’s little that is quiet about the island of Capri, the recent, and welcome, regeneration of its hotel scene goes a long way towards mitigating the less savoury aspects of its endless popularity. Newest among these is the Tiberio Palace (; doubles from €405). Formerly a humdrum member of the JW Marriott family, it recently reopened after a refreshingly stylish makeover, courtesy of fashion designer turned architect Giampiero Panepinto.

The 60 rooms and suites are awash in calming sorbet hues and hand-carved white-oak furnishings; the new Blu Mediterraneo Acqua di Parma spa treatment centre features extensive hydrotherapy facilities with therapeutic showers, a hammam, sauna and Jacuzzi, while the terrace restaurant boasts the requisite sigh-provoking views without which no self-respecting Capri hotel would market itself.

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Hotels, Capri, Italy