Punta Tragara, Capri reopens on April 13th, as the property celebrates the 130th birthday of legendary architect Le Corbusier.
This year would mark the 130th birthday of the Swiss-French architect’s birth.
Stay at art deco Punta Tragara, Capri, one of the designer’s star projects, from April when it reopens for the spring season.
The hotel was originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1920 as a holiday villa perched high on the cliffs of Capri with unrivalled views of the famous Faraglioni rocks the Tyrrhenian Sea.
During the Second World War the villa was home to the American command and guests included Winston Churchill.
Today, the boutique hotel captures the timeless chic style of Capri and is located a short walk from the Piazzetta.
The 44 room property has a small spa and two restaurants offering mouth-watering Mediterranean delicacies, as well as its Michelin star outpost Mammal, located on the Piazzetta.