A wellness retreat in the heart of the old city


Facilities & services

  • Spa and Wellness area
  • Rooftop with plunge pool
  • Private gardens for breakfast or evening wine


  • Access to M.A.M.A family museum in Lecce

A luxurious boutique hotel, set in the heart of the Lecce old town, Palazzo Bozzi Corso is a splendid converted, historical property. Constructed in 1775, many of the impressive original features remain. A hotel that’s dedicated to the arts and wellness, the experience is so much more than simply a hotel stay. 

An elegant hotel with extremely high ceilings, original coving, marble bathrooms and epic polished wooden floors that span the cavernous rooms. The hotel offers ten suites, each with a story to tell. The carefully curated interiors are decorated with individual style, there’s the Fernand Léger room and even a room subtly devoted to John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Each suite displays the perfect combination of classical and contemporary design, with  bespoke furniture alongside notable pieces by Sottsass, Gio Ponti, Mackintosh and Le Corbusier. Some suites boast a private sauna or chromotherapy shower. Two of the Suites share a terrace, while two have direct access to the rooftop.

The Palazzo boasts an elegant rooftop terrace with a plunge pool and beautiful views over the rooftops of Lecce, a city filled with picturesque, cobbled winding lanes and plenty of atmospheric bars and restaurants. The city skyline is a cacophony of bell towers, terracotta tiles, picturesque buildings all framed with crimson sunsets. The hotel’s indoor wellness area features a natural stone hydromassage pool, a ‘relaxarium’ and a massage room where personalised treatments and wellness activities are arranged with guests. The property also comes with a beautiful private garden perfect for breakfast or a glass of wine in the evening.


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