Zuma Capri to launch at Italy's Capri Palace Jumeirah this season

Zuma Capri to launch at Italy's Capri Palace Jumeirah this season

There are now more than 20 branches of Zuma around the world

Capri Palace Jumeirah hotel is set to welcome guests to Zuma Capri this summer.

Located in Anacapri, in-house guests at Capri Palace Jumeirah and visitors will be able to book restaurant reservations to experience Zuma’s modern izakaya menu along with a soundtrack of chilled house beats and vistas of the Sorrentine Peninsula and Tyrrhenian Sea.

Perched on the hotel’s rooftop, Zuma Capri will be the global restaurant and lifestyle group’s third address in Italy, following openings in Rome in 2016, and Porto Cervo in 2022. 

Originally established in London in 2002 by co-founders Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney, Zuma is now a world-famous Japanese restaurant chain. 

A selection of sushi from the Zuma menu 

Capri Palace Jumeirah general manager of and Jumeirah Group regional vice president Ermanno Zanini said: “We’re delighted to join forces with Zuma and bring our guests another exceptional culinary experience in this coveted corner of the island. 

"Capri Palace Jumeirah captures the essence of the Italian Dolce Vita, and with Zuma Capri further enriching our dining offering, there’s an additional compelling reason to explore the unspoiled charm of Anacapri this season.”


Zuma co-founder and creator Rainer Becker added: “Following the success of our restaurant in Porto Cervo in Sardinia, we were really excited to see the appetite for Zuma in 2023, and after exploring the market, we are looking forward to opening our third restaurant in Italy.”

Thinly sliced tuna, chilli, coriander and sesame

Scheduled to reopen for the 2023 season on 27 April, Capri Palace Jumeirah offers a blend of traditional palazzo architecture and contemporary spaces, with light and airy interiors framed by arches, vaults and columns.

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Zuma Capri joins a line-up of exceptional culinary experiences at the hotel this summer, including the only two-Michelin-starred restaurant on the island, L’Olivo, and celebrity hotspot Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, located just moments from the fabled Blue Grotto.

Room rates start from US$725 per night for a Classic room in low season and US$1,500 in high season. Assistance with private transfers by speedboat or helicopter from Naples or Sorrento can be arranged. 

Zuma Capri will operate from 7pm daily.

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