Jumeirah Group is taking over management of Capri Palace on the Italian island of Capri. Jumeirah plans to reflag the property as the Capri Palace Jumeirah when the hotel reopens for the season this April.

The 68-room hotel, which opened in the 1960s, will receive various "upgrades and refurbishments," according to Jumeirah. 

Drawing inspiration from 18th century Neapolitan architecture, Capri Palace is known for white-washed walls and airy interiors as well as an extensive historic and contemporary art collection. Works by De Chirico, Keith Haring and Pomodoro, among others, can be found throughout the hotel. 

Additionally, Capri Palace boasts a pair of Michelin-starred restaurants. They include the Mediterranean-inspired L'Olivo, which has been awarded two stars, and Il Riccio, a private beach club venue that specializes in seafood and currently holds one star. 

The property is also home to the Capri Beauty Farm medical spa facility, where research and treatments are led by professor Francesco Canonaco. 

The Capri Palace Jumeirah will be the sixth property in Jumeirah's European portfolio, joining the Jumeirah Frankfurt, Jumeirah Port Soller in Mallorca and the Jumeirah Lowndes, Grosvenor House Suites Jumeirah and Carlton Tower Jumeirah in London.

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