It’s exactly this sort of thing that drives home the point about how absurdly blessed Italy is as a travel destination. As if the original JK Place in Florence weren’t enough, they’ve gone and opened another one, in Capri (soon followed by their opening in Rome).
The choice now is between a smart urban boutique hotel in one of the world’s most beautiful cities, a fashionista’s haven in the bustling Eternal City—or a chic seaside hotel, on one of the world’s most picturesque islands.
The JK Place Capri features interiors by Michele Bonan—classic, urbane, perhaps even just a touch of English country style, in soft pastels and patterned wallpapers. Some rooms have small balconies facing the sea, and the penthouse suite (divisible into two penthouse rooms for the rest of us) comes with a long private terrace with a panoramic view of the Gulf of Naples.
JK Place is one of the only hotels in Capri that’s right on the ocean, and it could hardly be more central—it’s in the Roman old town, on a cliff overlooking the harbor. That right there pretty much sums up the approach: no expense spared, no corners cut, and nothing out of place. Just a phenomenal location—it’s hard to do better than the Amalfi—and a first-class hotel from which to take it all in.
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Main text (above) in large part via Tablet Hotels, edited to fit the format.
Categories: Boutique hotels, Classic luxury, Honeymoon, Island resorts, Luxury hotels, Modern design, Quiet location, Relaxing vacation, Romantic, Sightseeing, Spa,
Number of rooms & suites: 22
Rate per night: From $972 USD
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Travel+Style readers will remember our reviews of the JK Place Firenze and JK Roma hotels, with their great style and a serious fashion sense. JK Capri continues this fabulous streak.
Author: Travel+Style. Last updated: 23/11/2019
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