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Everyone needs a bit of southern comfort, and this is the place to find it. Passed the imposing doors is an artistic getaway that infuses Roman tradition, Apulian heritage, and a contemporary artistic spirit.
Everyone needs a bit of southern comfort, and this is the place to find it. Passed the imposing doors is an artistic getaway that infuses Roman tradition, Apulian heritage, and a contemporary artistic spirit. Palazzo Daniele is a hospitality project come to life by Gabriele Salini (G-Rough Rome), and Francesco Petrucci, the last descendent and owner of the Daniele family. With just 9 suites, guests will certainly feel at home to wander barefoot through the open, airy corridors, spacious rooms, and bustling kitchen, and pass the time in the common lounge, charming garden spaces, and the pool deck. Breakfast is served in the courtyard while lunch and dinner are best enjoyed by the pool—choose the Kaffeehaus when it’s dinner for two.
Among the most beautiful residences of the Gallipoli aristocracy of the 1700s, Tenuta Mose is a charming relais that transports guests to another time. Spaces feature marble floors, frescoed walls and ceilings, and eclectic furniture, opening the way to manicured gardens, an elegant outdoor pool, centuries-old olive trees, fruit groves, and a vast vineyard.
No welcome could prepare you enough as you step foot onto this resort. At first sight, worries are forgotten instantaneously and the spirit is filled with energy, vitality, and curiosity.
A great destination for the jet-set that appreciates the worldly values of an international hotelier like Rocco Forte generously infused with local traditions.
Located in the most beautiful countryside along the Adriatic coast, the Pettolecchia Villa collection offers an authentic Apulian holiday with contemporary luxury in mind.