Palazzo Bozzi Corso in Lecce also conquers with its suite in Baroque-style.
The 5-star hotel is located in the historic center, on Via Umberto I, and provides guests with refined accommodations within an ancient building. The hotel boasts 10 different types of rooms meticulously furnished and created along lines that define a perfect meeting of past and present.
The suites weave the original Baroque style with designer furniture, modern installations such as Le Corbusier's Escargot lamps or Gio Ponti's Superleggera chair.
All rooms are painted in harmonious colors, furnished in a particularly thoughtful manner and characterized by antique ceilings and restored stucco work. The suites are, then, enriched by carefully selected works of art also placed in different common areas of the facility.
Old-world elegance for accommodations that welcome guests in large, bright rooms, where there is no shortage of modern comforts: hd television, air conditioning, heating, minibar, safe, Lavazza coffee machine, electric kettle, courtesy kit, hairdryer, wi-fi internet connection.
All suites are cared for down to the smallest detail and designed to ensure the guest a fabulous stay within spaces of absolute refinement. Among the suites of Palazzo Bozzi Corso stands out the exclusive Jacques Zwobada, named after the famous French sculptor and embellished with a double hydromassage emotional shower.
The René Letourneur Suite, meanwhile, pampers guests with a double hydromassage shower.
All this in an ancient palace dating back to 1775, inserted in the heart of Lecce, just a few steps from important local baroque monuments, such as the Basilica of Santa Croce, the Cathedral, and the Castle.
Spend your vacation in Lecce, in suite in Baroque-style.
Choose Palazzo Bozzi Corso.