Hotel Relais Maresca

Address: Provinciale Marina Grande, 284, Capri, Campania, 80073, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Provinciale Marina Grande, 284, Capri, is near Isle of Capri and Ana Capri, Villa San Michele, Piazza Umberto I, and Capri Relax Boats.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Relais Maresca Capri

      A very special find...


      I found the Maresca while searching the web for hotels in Capri. Their web site looked lovely and more than lived up to the actual hotel. The Maresca is a special gem! The staff was more than friendly and accomodating (making you feel like you are an old friend) and the rooms were immaculate! I had a room with a sea view and terrace which was just lovely. Breakfast on the rooftop openair restaurant in the morning with a view of the port and sea is beyond relaxing. And in the afternoon relaxing on a chaise on the rooftop is the best! The Maresca is a very special hotel with a very special staff.

      Very nice indeed!!!


      Spent a week (12/26/03 - 1/2/04) there for New Years. Hotel view from our room (#112) was way cool, overlooking Marina Grande. The staff was wonderful and very helpful providing recomendations for sights to see and schedules of all transportation available. Modest breakfast in the morning. All spoke very good english. So good in fact, that I've made reservations for the summer while I was checking out!!



      The room was spectacular, with a view of Mt. Vesuvius that was not to be believed. The staff was fabulous. It was a perfect stay.

      Loved it!


      My sister and I stayed at Relais Maresca during July 2001. The hotel is so charming & very clean. I loved how the rooms were decorated. The staff was very friendly & the location very convenient. I would definitely stay there again!

      A Great Choice


      This is a great hotel located along the Marina Grande, literally a stone's throw from where the ferries drop you off. It has very clean and comfortable rooms and a great staff. It has a great breakfast served on its roof-top terrace, which offers spectacular views of the marina and Bay of Naples. You can get a room with a private balcony with the same view, or just save the money and use this large and comfortably furnished terrace. Its location is great if you like hanging around the beautiful boats, and is very convenient for getting to the boat tours (just look out your window in the morning to see if the tours are running). There is also a (small) beach nearby. You also can avoid having to drag your luggage far. The one drawback to the hotel is that in order to get to Capri, Anacapri, or any of the other attractions that don't require a boat, you first need to take the funicular or a bus, and a cost of over a dollar a ride. The funicular gets very crowded at certain times (although the bus less so, and the bus ride to Capri is quick). From the Marina, buses go to both Capri and Anacapri. Or you could splurge and take one of the convertible taxis.

      Good Base


      The hotel is basically in the marina area where the ferry drops you off. Easier than schlepping the suitcases up the mountain and through the cobblestone streets. Sure it would be nicer to stay in the heart of town, but the money you save by taking a five minute, incredibly scenic tram/bus ride was totally worth it. Sea views are pretty with a cute terrace. More upscale than expected, but I wasn't expecting much. Like staying in disney, but outside the park. You lose a little bit of the whole scene, but it's a good value. I liked it, my travel buddy loved it.

      Hotel Relais Maresca (Capri)


      This hotel is in very good condition (it looks like it was renovated recently). We found an Internet special, which was a very good deal, considering the excellent accommodations. Our room had a full size bathroom with a large shower. The room was equippped with a king size bed (comfortable and very clean). The room had a balcony with a tremendous view of the surrounding sea and Marina Grande.

      The hotel is very close to beach (walk to it) in Marina Grande as well as the docks for the various tour boats that go around the island and/or the Blue Grotto (you can also buy tickets for these things at the hotel's front desk).

      The staff was very friendly and helpful.

      The hotel is a short walk from the dock where the SNAV shuttle boat (hydrofoil) from Napoli dropped us off. It is very close to a bus stop for trips to the center of Capri (more shopping and restaurants) or Anacapri. The line for the tram to Capri center is also close to the hotel.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Relais Maresca Capri

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Capri


      A travel blog entry by helenclare on Oct 27, 2014

      4 photos

      It was time to leave the city of Naples behind and head by ferry to the island of Capri.

      After checking in, first thing on the to do list was to take the chairlift from Anacapri to Mount Salero (589m) where a 360 degree panorama view of the island, Ischia, and the Campanian coast awaited me. Having taken the option to buy a one-way ticket …

      Isle of Capri

      A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Nov 15, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... truly ON though.

      By the time we arrived back at the pier in Sorrento, Mario was waiting. We said "arriverderci" to our endeared Luigi and FIlippo and Susanna resumed their previous identities as they relaxed in the capable hands of Mario for our hour's drive back to our Almalfi hotel. By the time we arrive back at the hotel it was just twenty minutes after 5pm and already dark.

      Mario had another hour at least return to his family in Sorrento.

      What ...

      A day trip to Capri

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 17, 2014

      18 photos

      ... we continued our tour of the island and had a good laugh with Peter and Gilly feeling like we had known them for years! Next stop was the Green Grotto – hang on? This isn’t just going to be a rainbow of grottos is it? I’ve just got cosy on one rowing boat, we can’t do this all day! No, luckily we can swim in this one, it has a much larger entrance hole and this time the cavities create a greeny ...

      Woke up in Sorrento

      A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Apr 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... will pay back the education that lead us to the job we hate, and when that debt is alleviated we'll start paying back our mortgage for the house that's too big and the car payments for the car that has more amenities than we will ever figure out how to use.

      I've got news for you, this corporate America world existed before you and will continue on after you-- and your cubicle will get a new name-tag slid into the slot ...

      A Visit to Naples

      A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 11, 2012

      46 photos

      ... a pizza in the U.S. the rest of the meal is very good also and we decide might as well reserve for tomorrow. He says no reservations as they are calling for rain and he has very few tables inside. Instead of just bringing the bill, they come to the table and ask what did you have, write it, and then give you the price. When the owner comes and asks, I jokingly say, solo acqua ( only water) which makes him laugh. I forgot to mention that while we were eating, a small fishing boat ...