Villa Brunella Capri

Capri is a magical Island. Most people take a ferry just for the day. If you do this, you miss out on the real magic! Capri comes alive in the evening when most of the tourists are gone. Those that remain and the locals walk the streets and have dinner in fantastic restaurants. Don’t miss the magic. Stay at least one night.

If you want your hotel to be magical as well, stay at Villa Brunella. Villa Brunella is truly a magical hotel on the island of Capri, Italy. The address is Via Tragara 24, 80073 Capri, Island of Capri, Italy. It is built on the side of a hill overlooking the small marina. All the rooms are on top of each other going down the hill. You have the entire level to yourself. The views are breathtaking. The rooms at the top are the best. We had room # 54 which the owner proclaimed to be the best in the hotel. Our room had an outdoor balcony overlooking the pool and the sea. The room was a suite with a living room, bedroom and large bathroom. You wake up in bed looking out a glass wall at the sea and a mountain overlooking the small marina. We had breakfast each day on our patio enjoying the weather and views. The owner and staff are fabulous. You do have to be in shape since our room was a good 75 steps down from the street and we were one of the top rooms.

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Our View

Live like a King & Queen and enjoy your stay. It will cost you but then you can’t put a cost on true romance, adventure and magic!

This hotel is only gotten to on foot. Long winding ways lead you to the opposite side of the Island from the ferry marina. Don’t worry, porters will take your luggage at the ferry and deliver it safely to your hotel.

George & Jo Anne

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