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Once a holiday resort for Roman emperors, the island of Capri today hosts VIPs and there's plenty of glitz and glamour here to impress. The town of Capri is the main urban area on the island and visitors will find that hotels in the town centre can be somewhat pricey at, but there are plenty of places to stay in and around Capri. The further you go from the town itself, the less expensive Capri hotels can be. Hotels.com makes it easy to book a hotel on this idyllic island, the scene of so many wonderful holidays for thousands of years. Browse through reviews posted by past guests and compare ratings of hotels listed. Hotels.com provides images of listed property so that you know what to expect from your stay. A map points out the exact location of all properties, so that you can plan your arrival to the hotel, as well as your itinerary. You can access the island easily via boat from the city of Naples, of which it is technically a part.

What is Capri Like?

There's glamour surrounding Capri's Mediterranean charm. Its breathtaking views and stunning panoramas, Roman ruins, cool cafes, designer boutiques and piazzas, make it easy to forget the wild nature that can be explored with a solitary walk. Capri is a popular day-trip destination as well as a summer favourite with well-heeled vacationers. If you walk around for a while you'll find it has unspoiled beauty in the brilliant bougainvillea spilling over the walls of grand villas, overgrown vegetable gardens, and the lapis waters of the Bay of Naples with its mysterious coves and grottoes (like the must-visit Blue Grotto) in the backdrop. The magnificent Villa Jovis where the Emperor Tiberius lived, the Villa San Michele in Anacapri and the Church of San Michele Arcangelo are some of the other attractions here.

Fitting in, in Capri

If you enjoy walking, you'll feel completely at ease in Capri (you may call it ka-pree like most native English-speakers do, or you could call it kah-pree like the Italians). There are few streets, being made up mostly of alleys and lanes where cars don't go. If you ever get lost trying to find your way, simply look for ceramic signs that are embedded in the walls and give directions to major landmarks. You can swim in the Blue Grotto and other grottoes around the island after the boats stop carrying tourists for the day. You can enjoy the island's cultural and artistic activities in the summer, starting in April, including the International Folklore Festival, the Capri Film Festival and other such events. Compare the best Capri hotels with Hotels.com and find the perfect place to stay on this dreamy Italian island.

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