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Hotel Punta Tragara, Capri, Italy
The site is one of the most perfect on Capri - not too close, not too far from the frenetic streets of the town, a fifteen minute saunter along the beautiful Via Tragara. The location is dramatic, with amazing panoramic views out over the Faraglioni rocksand the azure sea.
The Hotel Punta Tragara dates back to 1920 circa when Engineer Vismara built a private villa on the suggestion of the famous French architect Le Corbusier. During the Second World War is was used as the headquarters for the American Command and hosted such famous guests as General Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill. In 1968 Count Manfredi bought the villa and turned it into the Hotel Punta Tragara, taking on the management of the property.
The charming hotel is beautifully appointed and every last detail has been carefully studied, from the Neapolitan watercolours and sculptures to the contemporary art works by famous artists and precious archaeological artefacts. The Hotel has 44 rooms and suites, no two of which are the same, and all of which have their own unique decor, panoramic position and furnishings.