Those holidaying at the Casa Mariantonia residence, find themselves transported back in time. The establishment occupies an important place in the history of Anacapri. Built in 1800, and subsequently enlarged, the property has been the chosen island abode of many an illustrious visitor, from the writer Alberto Moravia to the eminent philosopher Jen Paul Sartre, from Elsa Morante to the unforgettable Prince Antonio De Curtis, better known as Totò.This historic hotel, surrounded by an enchanting park in a pedestrianised part of town, offers the opportunity to enjoy a holiday away from the noise and chaos of city life. Casa Mariantonia was recently restructured according to the classic island style. Surrounded by an extensive garden of citrus trees and lush Mediterranean flowers, the hotel is the ideal place to enjoy the island of Capri. Discover the pleasure of strolling through picturesque lanes lined with tiny shops, and admire such fascinating architectural treasures as the monumental church of San Michele. The friendly staff warmly welcomes guest according to ancient traditions, and will do their utmost to ensure all your needs are met during your stay.