Capri Palace Jumeirah vs Pinto-Storey

Both hotels are rated very highly by professional reviewers. Overall, Capri Palace Hotel & Spa is the choice of most writers compared to Pinto-Storey Hotel. Capri Palace Hotel & Spa scores 77 with approval from 5 publications such as Gayot, Travel + Leisure and Jetsetter.

Capri Palace Jumeirah
9 / 10
Via Capodimonte 14, 80071 Anacapri, Island of Capri
From $476 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
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Insight Guides
"Impeccable service and 85 tastefully luxurious rooms – four with their own swimming pools – are features of this ultra-opulent clifftop retreat... Closed November–March."
Travel + Leisure
"Art-filled Mediterranean hotel in Anacapri with the 10,800-square-foot Capri Beauty Farm, one of Italy's best spas." Full review
"Glam retreat with Michelin-starred Med cuisine, dramatic artworks and a pool overlooking the Bay of Naples." Full review
"These luxurious accommodations are steeped in Italian history and culture."
The Telegraph
"Quirky works of contemporary art add a splash of colour to the all-white interiors of the Capri Palace" Full review
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7 / 10
Via Giuseppe Martucci 72, 80121 Naples
From $63 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Concierge
  • Air Conditioning
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DK Eyewitness
"Dating from 1878 and redolent of bygone days, this hotel is very stylish, with Art Nouveau touches and an overall aura of gentility."
Rough Guide
"Occupying an evocative Art Nouveau building in Chiaia, the rooms are attractively furnished and many have views of the bay."
Time Out
"The Pinto-Storey is a good option in this price range, especially if you're seeking to avoid the hubbub of the Centro Storico." Full review
Lonely Planet
"Make it up to the 5th floor – the lift is in the far corner as you enter – and you’ll find a relaxed hotel with large, airy rooms, classic decor and some stunning sea views." Full review
"Overflows with warmth and charm... makes you feel like a character in a period movie, with photographs of 1953 Naples contributing to the atmosphere." Full review

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