Spotlessly clean. Modern, upmarket and extremely friendly staff. Unfortunately you cant walk into the town centre, but its only a 5 minute drive away. We would definitely stay here again and plan to do so.
Traveller from Lancashire, England
Situated in Lecce, this spa hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Torre del Parco, Holy Cross Cathedral, and Roman Amphitheater …More
"Nice modern hotel. Walking distance to town centre"
the hotel was in a very good location. Close enough to town to walk but away from the busy tourist area. The rooms were clean and spacious. Comfortable bed. Wifi. Big spa bathroom with a great shower. The buffet breakfast had a wide variety of food to choose. All very good. The staff were friendly and helpful. We would go back. It was a really great place.
Traveller from Toronto
Situated in Lecce, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of University of Lecce, Holy Cross Cathedral, and Piazza del Duomo. Roman …More
When asking about the cost of dinner we were informed it was more expensive than it actually was - I was corrected, via Expedia after airing initial views. There was no info in the welcome pack about room service whatsoever, however apparently there was. The facilities were good, in particular the pool, tennis etc. the hotel is outside of Ostuni and it costs about €20 one way into Ostuni old town. There is a free bus every couple of hours on an evening - the timetable says it takes 30 mins - we did the journey twice and both times it took 50 mins. Taxi was easier which reception helpfully organised. The let down for us was the poor rooms - sparse and very basic.
Located in Costa Merlata, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Torre Pozzella and within 9 mi (15 km) of Quarry Amphitheatre …More
The Ostuni Palace is a newer hotel. It was well-designed and well-decorated. We arrived a bit early to check in and the concierge sat us down and treated us to a Cappuccino. Parking is very easy. We left our car right in front of the hotel. There is about a 300 meter walking down hill (kind of steep) to get to the center of town. There are some beautiful sights of the sea and older churches as you walk into town. Ostuni is a great two day town. There is the old historic area which is elevated and the lower newer section. Ostuni is much smaller than Lecce. The concierge recommended a restaurant to us, Caffe Cavour which was absolutely fabulous. It was located in an underground "once upon a time" olive oil production site. The decor and food were sublime. The rooms in the Ostuni Palace were functional and tasteful but not over the top.
Traveller from pennsylvania
Located in the heart of Ostuni, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza della Liberta, Church of San Francesco …More
Whilst it is just past the main season, the amenities at the hotel are good and the location very pleasing being quite and pretty. The restaurant set in a "Trulli" building was excellent and the staff efficient and friendly. An absolute compliment to visiting the village/town of Alberobello to see the Trulli houses but you do need satnav to find it although if you had a good map you might do so anyhow.
We did not realise it was set high up until we left the following morning en-route to Ostuni when we were able to stop at a scenic pull in area overlooking the sea before making the hairpin bend decent to the coastline.
Traveller from Thatcham, Berkshire
Located in a rural location, this family-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Zoo Safari Fasano, Museo della Casa alla …More
We had a relaxing time at this hotel, it was quiet, and just what we were needing. Hotel is very clean, and staff very helpful. As we knew the area very well we knew exactly where to go, however could be out of the way for some visitors who do not have local knowledge.
Beautiful part of Italy, car is essential to benefit from all of the surrounding towns and countryside.
Would definitely recommend this hotel.
Traveller from scotland
Located in Selva di Fasano, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Zoo Safari Fasano and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Museo della Casa …More
Had a great week in Capitolo. Breakfast was a bit chaotic as most tables are reserved for HB & FB so you end up wandering around trying to find a free table. Croissants were amazing. Accommodation is ok, we used it as a base to explore Puglia so it suited our needs. Pool and beach areas are excellent and kept incredibly clean. They need to improve the car gate entry process, why not implant a chip in the room key fob so you can gain access, had to wait a few minutes late at night to be let in. Hire Car is essential as Capitolo has no shop.
Traveller from Lincs, UK
This family-friendly Monopoli hotel is located in Capitolo, within 3 mi (5 km) of Acquapark Egnazia and Museum and …More