Matera: Dimore dell’Acqua
Located in the heart of the historic centre of Matera, also known as Sassi di Matera and declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the guest house Le Dimore dell’Acqua boasts a terrace overlooking the ancient city. Furnished in a modern style, the rooms have a balcony overlooking the city. During your stay at the Dimore dell’Acqua you can relax with a walk through Matera’s Sassi and stop for a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants serving local cuisine.
San Basilio: Casa Isabella
The ducal palace Casa Isabella was founded in 1879 on commission of the Duke Nicola de Sangro Grande di Spagna of 1st class in honour of his wife Isabella de Medici. Each room of Casa Isabella is equal in service and comfort, but “unique” in style and personality thanks to a clever game of architectural restoration and care for the smallest details.
Halls, corridors, hallways, terraces create intimate atmospheres, places of enchantment where to enjoy the magic of the past, with a huge park of one and a half hectares to experience nature in every season.
Alberobello: Il Gabellota Resort
Il Gabellota Resort offers you the opportunity to enjoy the Puglia countryside while staying in a Trullo or a stone room. These ancient stone buildings, part of UNESCO World Heritage, are typical of Alberobello. Some of the Trulli have a private patio area and a conical roof, and are surrounded by a floral garden, while studios have vaulted ceilings. This accommodation has an outdoor pool, hot tub in the garden and free WiFi throughout.
Monopoli: Albergo Diffuso
Located in various locations in the historic center, a few steps from the seafront of Monopoli and its beautiful beaches, the “scattered hotels” of Monopoli offer elegant rooms and accommodations, obtained from the typical houses with “tuffo” (limestone) walls and provided with every comfort. (Type of accommodation based on availability)
Ostuni: Hotel Ostuni Palace
With its impressive façade, Ostuni Palace fits in perfectly in the White City of Ostuni. It offers a spa, an elegant piano bar, and an Italian restaurant. Rooms have a classic and elegant design. Guests can unwind at the modern Ostuni Palace Spa equipped with a hot tub, a sauna, and a Turkish Bath. Sensory showers, a relaxation area, and massages are also available. The spa uses natural products made with local olive oil.
Set in the heart of Salento area, Masseria Copertini is surrounded by countryside. Located in Vernole, it is housed in a characteristic 19th-century manor farm and offers a traditional restaurant.
Accommodations is elegantly rustic, featuring exposed stone walls and wooden furnishings. Breakfast is served daily in the restaurant or outdoors on the shared patio, in the summer. It includes also sweet pastries and homemade cakes.
Otranto: Hotel San Giuseppe
Hotel San Giuseppe Dimora Storica is set in a 16th-century farmhouse typical of the Puglia region, only 300 m from the sea in Otranto’s historic centre and just a few steps from the Castello Aragonese and many of the town’s shops, cafés and restaurants. All rooms have been restored in a modern style that nonetheless preserves the flavour of the old farm.They feature high ceilings and tiled floors, and are equipped with a minibar and satellite TV. Every morning you can enjoy a breakfast buffet made with fresh local ingredients and later relax with a drink out on the terrace.
Lecce: Risorgimento Resort
Featuring a roof-top restaurant with panoramic views, the Risorgimento Resort is located in Lecce’s Baroque historic centre. It offers free WiFi throughout, large modern rooms, and a relaxing spa. Rooms are air conditioned and come with a minibar and satellite TV. Each has a marble bathroom with bathrobes and slippers.