Hotel La Vega is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Capri, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel La Vega features a concierge and room service. In addition, as a valued Hotel La Vega guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site.
Close to some of Capri's most popular landmarks, such as Belvedere di Tragara (0.1 mi) and Via Camerelle (0.2 mi), Hotel La Vega is a great destination for tourists.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Da Paolino Lemon Trees, La Fontelina, or Verginiello, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel La Vega.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art museum, such as Museo Ignazio Cerio.
Enjoy your stay in Capri!
We have been staying at Le Vega for almost 50 years (not a typo) and have enjoyed this boutique hotel on each occasion. It is a family run hotel now under the able direction of Claudio and Bene Federico, the son and daughter-in-law of the original founder of the hotel, Venere Federico who was an institution on the island of Capri. Claudio and Bene are usually around the hotel and available if necessary, but never intrusive. It is about a 10 minute walk for the main (zooy) square of Capri, but is on a quiet lane with a lot of charm. Each room has magnificent views of the water with balconies. We love being able to look down on the birds flying in the area. The rooms are ample in size and adequately equipped with very large bathrooms. The grounds of the hotel are very inviting and the large kidney shaped pool is among the nicest on the island---extremely refreshing to return to after a day out. There is a restaurant at the hotel which, for Capri is priced in the mid-range in a lovely setting with sea views. I am a little puzzled by some of the negative recent reviews and wonder if they are confusing Le Vega with some other establishment. Yes, if you are looking for the Four Seasons or the Ritz Carlton, you might be disappointed (but it does not charges those prices) If you are looking for a Disney World experience for your children, you also might be disappointed. However, if you are looking for a relaxing environment with a nice breakfast and comfortable surroundings at a moderate price, for expensive Capri, and with personalized service, you will not be disappointed. We really can't wait to return.…
My wife and I have stayed at Hotel La Vega for the third year in a row. We love the location and the friendly staff. The owner-Claudio-makes you feel like a guest in his home. The rooms are large and well appointed. A nice breakfast is served every morning with a great view. I email ahead of our stay and they make dinner reservations. They can also arrange private transfers from Naples airport or rail station
Pluses: Breath taking view, quiet location, very good food at restaurant, excellent pool side service, attentive and friendly front desk and breakfast staff. Could be better: Rooms tired, bath amenities lacking, breakfast okish (but view is beyond compare), pool closed early.
The location is good, close to all main action near Piazzetta but far enough to be quiet. All hotel needs a good refresh: it is very stylish and the rooms are very large and nice, but it does need an upgrade. The welcome at check in was lukewarm, we were shown the facilities but not other information was given, like maps of the island, suggestions, etc. Just the very basic. We had arranged the luggage collection at the ferry (€14 per piece, each way, so worth it) and we had to wait a while before they arrived - nothing to do with the hotel, it's just technical time. Breakfast was quite basic; we were asked if we wanted cooked eggs on our last day and when we had already finished! I have never been in the swimming pool, so I can't comment. Overall I was expecting more for the money it costs.…
Going into this, I considered a lot of aspects and did a ton of research on the area and other hotels. I wanted to give it 4 stars so bad but it just wasn't quite there unfortunately. I think compared to other hotels on the island it could be 4 stars but compared to other hotels around the world it's probably a 3. I also gathered that Italy has a bit lower standards for their hotels, at least judging from this first time trip. I had booked this hotel for a solo trip around 3 months prior. I learned that hotels in Capri fill up rather fast and their rates skyrocket due to how limited the space is on the island. If you're booking a trip to Capri for the first time know that only a few hotels on the island have more than 30 rooms and most of them are 5 star and can run around 1500 euro a night in high season. So I recommend booking 4-5 months in advance.That being said I locked in a nice early bird booking price for this hotel that ended up at around $380 a night including the purchases I made at the hotel. Pool The number one seller of this hotel is without question the pool area. It is absolutely gorgeous with a perfect view of the water and mountains. It also dwarfs most pools on the island. I noticed a lot of locals came to swim and hangout there (which is always a good sign). It's super relaxing and quiet. Rooms/Hotel & Location Another great aspect of this hotel is that all of the rooms have a sea view with a balcony and I was very satisfied with my outdoor set up that came with the room. The tiles are pretty and a nice authentic touch. The rooms and bed were also very spacious for what you typically get in Europe, however they can really use some updating. The furniture is average and it was really sparsely decorated. The shower curtain rod in the bathroom was barely hanging on. I think the cleaning staff could have cleaned a bit better as well, but it is by no means disgusting or dirty like some of the other reviews say. Just old. With a few minor tweaks between updating the rooms and the lobby I really think this hotel could be a strong competitor with others on the island. I'm surprised they don't update the property in the off season or even read these reviews lol. The location of this hotel is perfect. It's a quick walk to the main part of town, Fontelina, and the road to Anacapri/Marina. It's also just far enough away from the main strip that it maintains a quiet peaceful atmosphere. Grounds & Food The grounds around the hotel are pretty, complete with gorgeous foliage and epic views. The breakfast situation was average but I wasn't expecting anything crazy as it is included in the rate. The restaurant located on the property is delicious and decorated very well. It's almost as if the pool area and restaurant could be a separate operation from the hotel. Service/Staff I loved the staff at this hotel. I had a few communication problems, but that's not their fault as I am visiting their country and don't know Italian at all. They accommodated all of my needs and helped me with transfers and information about the island. The pool boy Andrea was super entertaining and Esam at the front desk was a treasure. I will say that this place absolutely needs "do not disturb" signs for the rooms. There were a couple times I just wanted to relax and not worry about the maid coming in, especially when I had company. I'd also like to say that I did not witness any screaming at the children at the pool or fighting with the guests. I'd guess that the reviews that mentioned this issue either did something rude to piss the staff or they are exaggerating the situation. The reviews with 1 star are completely unfair, I would disregard all of those if you are considering this place. All in all for what I paid I'd expect a little more, but this is Capri so I can't really fault it after seeing some of the gorgeous 5 star properties around the island that charge absurd amounts. I usually stay in 5 star locations but made an exception for this trip because I didn't think the value was worth the money for Capri. Justifying paying 1300-2000 a night is a bit absurd unless you're splitting it. For reference I paid about half the price I paid for La Vega for an amazing hotel in Positano on the next stop on my trip.…