General Information & Rates
|2018 Rates||LOW SEASON||MID-SEASON||HIGH SEASON|
|High Season: 16 July – 15 September
Mid-Season: 27 March– 03 April, 01 May – 15 July, 16 September – 15 October
Low Season: 04 – 30 April, 16 – 31 October
9 Bedrooms and Suites
Connecting Rooms – Yes
3 People Sharing – Yes
4 People Sharing – No
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Spa with 2 Treatments Rooms & Heated Thermal Pool
Heated Towel Racks
BOSE Mini- Portable Sound Dock
USB Plugs in Room
Room Amenities – AESOP
Giuseppe De Luca
Brindisi – 40 km (taxi approx. €80, the hotel’s Mercedes approx. €80)
NEAREST TRAIN STATION
Lecce – 15 km (taxi approx. €30, the hotel’s Mercedes approx. €30)
ALBEROBELLO: Near Bari, Alborello (the name means beautiful tree) is known for its unique trullo buildings. These unique stone structures are made without mortar and have conical roofs. The town has been mad a UNESCO World Heritage site.
LECCE: A perfect little gem of a Baroque city,Lecce’s crowning glory is the Church of the Holy Cross, completed in 1695. Next to the church is the Governor’s Palace, a former convent. The cathedral is one of the most important in Italy, with an enormous five-story campanile that towers 70 meters (231 feet) above the square.
MATERA: The city of Matera forms a bowl cut into the rocks, with unique cave dwellings known as sassi. In the 1950s, this was one of the poorest areas of Italy and the people living in the sassi had an unbelievably squalid existence. Their plight was highlighted by Carlo Levi in his book Christ Stopped at Eboli, and the government was finally shamed into rehousing them in modern homes on the outskirts of the city. In 1993 Matera was made a World Heritage Site, and since then, people have been restoring the sassi turning them into hotels, guest houses and craft workshops.
MARTINA FRANCA: This is the second-largest city in the Taranto province. The beautiful old town is surrounded by a stone wall and is known for its narrow winding streets, Baroque gates and piazzas.
OSTUNI: Located only 8 km (5 miles) from the coast, Ostuni is know as “the white town” as its walls and architecture are typically painted white. The town has many points-of-interest including the Ostuni Cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace, and a number of palazzi for local aristocratic families. The “old-town” is the Citadel, which is built a hill and fortified with ancient walls.
GALLIPOLI: Founded on the Ionian seacoast, Gallipoli’s old town is located on a limestone island. A 16th-century bridge connects it to the mainland.
OTRANTO: Visitors to this harbor city will find beautiful beaches and historic sites, including the Castello Aragonese, the Cathedral, the church of San Pietro and the catacombs of Torre Pinta.
PORTO CESAREO: Known for its beautiful long sandy beaches and blue water that is more reminiscent of the Caribbean.
SANTA MARIA DI LEUCA: This town is famous for its iconic lighthouse, the second- most important lighthouse in Italy, after Genoa. Felloniche, Posto Vecchio, Torre Vado and Pescolus. There are excellent beaches nearby.
Lecce – 7 mi, 15 min (car)
Adriatic Coast – 10 min (car)
Matera – 110 mi, 2 hrs (car)
Bari – 85 mi, 1 hr 35 min (car)
Otranto – 38 mi, 45 min (car)
Gallipoli – 32 mi, 50 min (car)
Beach Club – 30 min (car)