Why Puglia? The question is almost shocking to the new owners of the Palazzo Rosso. ``You have everything here: the food, the culture, the history, the landscapes, the land and the sea!`` Pascale and Ulrike know what they're talking about. In the meantime…
One of a kind, the 55 sqm (592 sq. ft) Paragon suite features 7m high cathedral ceilings. A sunken bathtub and a grand open fireplace in the bedroom are an open invitation to indulge the sumptuous atmosphere.
Two doors are leading to a large terrace with garden and pool view, with sun loungers for moments of relaxation.
Our Restaurant, the 700, has been entrusted to Paulo Airaudo, the ambitious Italian-Argentine chef who has already a Michelin star in Geneva, San Sebastian and London. Exuding culinary promise, the centuries-old vaulted stone room opens onto the traditional oil mill and the state-of-the-art kitchen.
The Palazzo Rosso, (the red palace), has a fascinating history. Once the home of Ostuni’s first mayor, Don Paolo Tanzarella, its walls tell the somewhat turbulent story of the White City. Just steps away from the present-day Remembrance park, the venerable stone building has always been at the center of the city’s social and cultural life.
A haven in the heart of the White City, our private garden is the largest in Ostuni, a place conducive to daydreaming, reading or just enjoying the moment. At the far end, the beautiful orange grove offers itself as a perfect excuse to organize romantic candlelit dinners for two.
The old water cistern of the Palazzo Rosso found a new life as a unique spa nestled 7 meters below ground. Accessible by elevator it features exclusively for our Hotel guests a hydromassage basin, a steam bath, a spa shower with chromotherapy and a treatment room for two and relaxation area clad in Himalayan salt walls aimed at enhancing wellbeing.
Private transfers from Brindisi (30 min) and Bari (1h10 min) airports can be organized for your maximum convenience.