Jumeirah Group, a global hotel management specialist and a member of Dubai Holding, today announced the selection and operation of Capri Palace Hotel in Italy under the name Capri Palace - Jumeirah.

The Italian facility, due to reopen in April 2020, is ideally located in the Anacapri area and the Gulf of Naples, the group said in a statement yesterday.

"The Capri Palace - Jumeirah is one of Europe's most renowned hotels, with a global profile and a wide visitor base," said Jose Silva, chief executive of Jumeirah Group.

“Capri Palace - Jumeirah embodies our brand values ​​of outstanding service, unrivaled culinary experiences and inspirational designs, and is a quality addition to our current portfolio of properties in Europe, which are spread across London, Mallorca and Frankfurt.”

“We look forward to continuing to build on the hotel's outstanding position and take it to new heights, under the umbrella,” said Ermanno Zanini, Managing Director of Capri Palace - Jumeirah. (Jumeirah Group) in the field of hospitality and luxury hotel management.

The Capri Palace - Jumeirah is expected to welcome visitors in April 2020, bringing Jumeirah's international portfolio to six hotels in Europe, including Jumeirah Frankfurt, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Resort, and Hotel Jumeirah Lowndes, Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living, and Jumeirah Carlton Tower.

The Group operates other hotels in China, the Maldives, Kuwait, the UAE and other facilities that will open in 2020 in Indonesia and Oman.

Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, the Capri Palace - Jumeirah is a luxury destination that offers visitors exceptional accommodation amidst the natural beauty of Capri and the inspiring works of contemporary artists.

Capri Palace - Jumeirah is located in the heart of the Mediterranean.