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Hotel Palazzo Papaleo
Located next to the town cathedral, this sumptuous hotel was the first to earn the EU Eco-label in Puglia...
Stay in a 17th-century palace – the Rollo family seat for more than 200 years. The three grand B&B suites (with kitchenettes) have high curved ceilings and chandeliers. Downstairs, contemporary-chic studios open onto an ivy-hung courtyard...
Sotto Le Cummerse
As an albergo diffuso , you stay in tastefully furnished apartments scattered throughout the centro storico . The apartments are traditional buildings that have been beautifully restored and furnished...
Palazzo Belli B&B
A wonderfully central, elegant and well priced option, located in a fine mansion building near the cathedral. Rooms have marbled floors and wrought-iron beds. Breakfast is served in the nearby All'Ombra del Barocco bar.
A large impersonal hotel, the Palace has classical rooms and a renowned rooftop restaurant, the Murat.
This sleek, modern hotel overlooks the long palm-lined corso . Rooms are pleasant, the location is good and it has a small fitness centre, private car park and (rare) cooked breakfast option.
Palazzo De Mori
In Otranto's historic centre, this charming B&B serves breakfast on the sun terrace overlooking the port. The rooms are decorated in soothing white-on-white.
Grande Albergo Internazionale
Built in 1870 for English merchants en route to Bombay and the Raj, the hotel is proud of its grand past. It has great harbour views, large rooms with grandly draped curtains and an ideal location across the street from the waterfront promenade.
On the seafront next to the swing bridge, this hotel has comfortable rooms (some with kitchenettes) overlooking the old town.
A converted medieval palazzo in the crumbling old town, this luxurious hotel sits grandly beside the cathedral. There are 13 stylish cream-and-white rooms, original maiolica-tiled floors and tremendous views from the rooftop terrace...
B&B Santo Stefano
Polignano a Mare
Six attractive rooms located in an ancient tower in the old part of Polignano, complete with tufa walls, antique furniture and bright bathrooms.
Locanda Al Castello
Staying here is like entering a large, welcoming family home. It's by the cliffs with fantastic views. Enjoy hearty home cooking in the restaurant (meals €18).
Situated near the railway station, Foggia’s finest hotel, a rust-red landmark, was founded more than 100 years ago but is now one of the contemporary Mercure chain...
La Casa Del Mare
This butter-coloured 16th-century building on a little square in the town centre is a great choice...
Le Foglie Di Acanto
Run by an enthusiastic brother and sister team, this former 16th-century palazzo has elaborately frescoed ceilings, sumptuous floor tiles, exquisite antiques and a charming shady garden. Breakfast features organic jams and the like.
On the corner of Via Santa Maria del Paradiso in the historic centre, the rooms in this lovely B&B are light, airy and beautifully finished. The communal sun-trap terrace has views over San Giovanni Battista church.
La Casa Di Gino
A tranquil accommodation choice on San Nicola, away from the frenzy of San Domino, this B&B run by the Hotel Gabbiano has stylish white-on-white rooms.
A series of 15 renovated trulli in Alberobello's Trulli Zone, these are quaint, cosy and atmospheric. They're available on a self-catering, B&B, or half- or full-board basis.
Camping Dei Trulli
This campsite is 1.5km out of town and has some nice tent sites. It has a restaurant, a market, two swimming pools, tennis courts and bicycle hire and you can also rent trulli off the grounds.
A small hotel with shuttered windows, located on the main street, across from the Santuario di San Michele, this traditional place has spacious rooms with extremely pink bedspreads. Ask for a room with a view.
A warm welcome awaits at this stylish five-star hotel in the centre of Lecce. The rooms are spacious and refined with high ceilings, modern furniture and contemporary details reflecting the colours of the Salento, and the bathrooms are enormous...
Relais Corte Palmieri
This cream-coloured, well-kept hotel in the historic centre has elegant rooms accentuated by traditional painted furniture, wrought-iron bedheads and crisp red-and-white linen.