Hotel Tesoretto ****
In the heart of Solento, a short walk away from Otranto and the Adriatic coast, Hotel Tesoretto is particularly famous amongst foodies; for those who appreciate a culinary offering boasting the grand food traditions found in Puglia, matched with some of the best wines in the territory. Another important characteristic of the hotel lies in the Suite; equipped with a hydromassage jacuzzi and chromotherapy in order to promote guest relaxation after a long day of discovering the touristic and artistic treasures present in the surrounding area.
Wellness at Hotel II Tesoretto is offered directly and privately in Suites boasting a hydromassage jacuzzi, chromotherapy and a relaxing and regenerative Spa programme; the experience is further enhanced by emotional showers and a cervical waterfall.
Rooms at Hotel Tesoretto are divided into the following types: Classic, Superior, Suite and Suite Spa. Suites provide a hydromassage jacuzzi with chromotherapy and emotional showers with hydromassage, chromotherapy, an emotional waterfall and a cervical waterfall. All rooms have private balcony access and are equipped with (among other services), Satellite TV, minibar and a Wi-Fi connection.
The restaurant at Hotel II Tesoretto offers the best in Salentine cuisine- with a base of fish and meat, accompanied by renowned, local wine brands. A "young" menu is also proposed as well as live music nights and a DJ set.
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The Salentine peninsula enjoys great popularity- both from a tourist point of view and its spirited work in artistic and cultural fields. Among travel itineraries of a nature persuasion, it competes with some of the most beautiful and noble parts of Italy: it's like picturing the Chianti countryside combined with the sheer beauty of the seaside- the area is rendered the perfect location for beach lovers. Discovering and uncovering the charm of its cities can be achieved in the nearby town of Otranto, with its Medieval roots; the majestic, Aragonese Castle; the Cathedral of the Preachers and St. Peter's Church, one of the most beautiful Byzantine constructions in Puglia. A few kilometers to the north lies Lecce; the historic Gregorovius once hailed it the "Florence of the South" for its marvelous town centre, characterized by its Baroquesque buildings; rich of monuments, churches and ancient buildings. From Lecce, considered the natural capital of Salento, small villages and the Salentine hinterland can be easily reached, as well as numerous churches, farms, and villas that fill the territory; where history, art and culture are married with the grand tradition of hospitality.
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Free car parking