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PALAZZO BOZZI CORSO

A palatial ‘home’ like no other, situated in the centre of the historical city of Lecce and dating back to the 18th century, Palazzo Bozzi Corso is a truly unique and charming hotel. Each of the ten suites is an individual masterpiece, exuding the colourful personalities of those they were inspired by. This hotel of distinction balances classic elegance with contemporary design in a truly intimate and inclusive setting.

This historical palace was originally built by Gabriele Bozzi Corso in 1775, possibly on the remains of a pre-existing XVI century building. In 1879 the Palace became the property of another aristocratic family, the Conti Zecca, who in turn passed it on to the Vergine-Indraccolo family during the second half of the last century.

Classic Perspective Certified
Sustainable Resort
Conservation Efforts
Check-in: 2pm / Check-out: 12pm
Family Friendly
10 Suites
1 Restaurant / 1 Bar
Wheelchair Accessible

Accommodation

SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

This magnificent, 65sqm suite is named after the grandmother’s second husband, the French sculptor Jacques Zwobada. The suite has original architectural features, bold contemporary furniture, a living area and ensuite bathroom with walk-in hydromassage shower.

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.

SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.

SUITE FERNAND LÉGER

This remarkable, 50sqm suite features original watercolours by the owner’s favourite artist, the French sculptor and painter Fernand Leger. The suite has original architectural features and views over the Palazzo’s private garden.

LADY ASTOR’S SUITE

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE MOULAY IDRISS

Named after the owner’s son, this suite (50sqm) merges the essence of two cultures – Italian and Moroccan. Dramatic vaulted ceilings combined with understated elegance and a charming view of the Palazzo’s garden create a striking balance.

THE BLUE ROOM

This striking suite is a picture of 1920s Hollywood decadence and sophistication. With vaulted ceilings, a unique blue hue, 18th century stuccoes, and a romantic Juliet balcony overlooking the historic town are all offset by expertly chosen modern artworks and furnishings. It is one of the largest suites at 62sqm and includes a private sauna for guests to enjoy.

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Be captivated by the magnificent view over the terraces and rooftops of Lecce’s historic Old Town. Light-filled and elegant, the suite measures 35sqm and is furnished in classic neutral tones with accents of blue.

CAPPUCCINO ROOM

Bathed in glorious daylight, the Cappuccino Suite (30sqm) is dominated by floor to ceiling glass doors that open onto a stunning mosaic-floor terrace. Soft tones complement the modern décor, creating a calming atmosphere.

Dining

Breakfast, lunch or candlelit dinners can be enjoyed in the picturesque 18th century garden at Palazzo Bozzi Corso. Each evening brings new unique dining experiences, which are tailor-made according to guest preferences. The chef’s table dinner within the kitchen at Palazzo Bozzi Corso is not to be missed. An opportunity to share an intimate chef’s table experience under Leccese stone vaulted ceilings.

Newly refurbished roof terrace is ideal for guests who wish to take advantage of the open space, picturesque views of Lecce and the Palazzo’s new pool with a poolside bar and snack menu for lighter dishes throughout the day.

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Spa & Wellness

Facilities

  • Spa
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • The M.A.M.A Family Museum
  • Terrace
  • Garden

Inclusions

  • Breakfast
  • WiFi
  • Use of Spa Facilities
Location
Often deemed ‘the Florence of the South’, Lecce is known for its ornate Baroque architecture, beauty and history. The city is small enough to explore and enjoy on foot, with many public buildings boasting lavishly decorated facades – highlights include the Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza del Duomo and the Triumphal Arch.
Distance from Brindisi Airport

47km / 40 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Bari Airport

168km / 1hr 45 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Stazione di Lecce

2.2km / 10 min drive to the hotel

Luxury Europe Collection

PALAZZO BOZZI CORSO

A palatial ‘home’ like no other, situated in the centre of the historical city of Lecce and dating back to the 18th century, Palazzo Bozzi Corso is a truly unique and charming hotel. Each of the ten suites is an individual masterpiece, exuding the colourful personalities of those they were inspired by. This hotel of distinction balances classic elegance with contemporary design in a truly intimate and inclusive setting.

This historical palace was originally built by Gabriele Bozzi Corso in 1775, possibly on the remains of a pre-existing XVI century building. In 1879 the Palace became the property of another aristocratic family, the Conti Zecca, who in turn passed it on to the Vergine-Indraccolo family during the second half of the last century.

Sustainable Resort
Classic Perspective Certified
Check-in: 2pm / Check-out: 12pm
Family Friendly
10 Suites
1 Restaurant / 1 Bar
Wheelchair Accessible
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SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

This magnificent, 65sqm suite is named after the grandmother’s second husband, the French sculptor Jacques Zwobada. The suite has original architectural features, bold contemporary furniture, a living area and ensuite bathroom with walk-in hydromassage shower.

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.

SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.

SUITE FERNAND LÉGER

This remarkable, 50sqm suite features original watercolours by the owner’s favourite artist, the French sculptor and painter Fernand Leger. The suite has original architectural features and views over the Palazzo’s private garden.

LADY ASTOR’S SUITE

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

LADY ASTOR’S SUITE

Named after the owner’s son, this suite (50sqm) merges the essence of two cultures – Italian and Moroccan. Dramatic vaulted ceilings combined with understated elegance and a charming view of the Palazzo’s garden create a striking balance.

THE BLUE ROOM

This striking suite is a picture of 1920s Hollywood decadence and sophistication. With vaulted ceilings, a unique blue hue, 18th century stuccoes, and a romantic Juliet balcony overlooking the historic town are all offset by expertly chosen modern artworks and furnishings. It is one of the largest suites at 62sqm and includes a private sauna for guests to enjoy.

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Be captivated by the magnificent view over the terraces and rooftops of Lecce’s historic Old Town. Light-filled and elegant, the suite measures 35sqm and is furnished in classic neutral tones with accents of blue.

CAPPUCCINO ROOM

Bathed in glorious daylight, the Cappuccino Suite (30sqm) is dominated by floor to ceiling glass doors that open onto a stunning mosaic-floor terrace. Soft tones complement the modern décor, creating a calming atmosphere.

Accommodation

SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

This magnificent, 65sqm suite is named after the grandmother’s second husband, the French sculptor Jacques Zwobada. The suite has original architectural features, bold contemporary furniture, a living area and ensuite bathroom with walk-in hydromassage shower.

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.

SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.

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SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

This magnificent, 65sqm suite is named after the grandmother’s second husband, the French sculptor Jacques Zwobada. The suite has original architectural features, bold contemporary furniture, a living area and ensuite bathroom with walk-in hydromassage shower.

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.
SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR
SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.
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Location
Often deemed ‘the Florence of the South’, Lecce is known for its ornate Baroque architecture, beauty and history. The city is small enough to explore and enjoy on foot, with many public buildings boasting lavishly decorated facades – highlights include the Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza del Duomo and the Triumphal Arch.
Distance from Brindisi Airport

47km / 40 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Bari Airport

168km / 1hr 45 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Stazione di Lecce

2.2km / 10 min drive to the hotel

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PALAZZO BOZZI CORSO

Certified
Sustainable
Lecce / Italy

A palatial ‘home’ like no other, situated in the centre of the historical city of Lecce and dating back to the 18th century, Palazzo Bozzi Corso is a truly unique and charming hotel. Each of the ten suites is an individual masterpiece, exuding the colourful personalities of those they were inspired by. This hotel of distinction balances classic elegance with contemporary design in a truly intimate and inclusive setting.

This historical palace was originally built by Gabriele Bozzi Corso in 1775, possibly on the remains of a pre-existing XVI century building. In 1879 the Palace became the property of another aristocratic family, the Conti Zecca, who in turn passed it on to the Vergine-Indraccolo family during the second half of the last century.

Check-in: 2pm / Check-out: 12pm
1 Restaurant / 1 Bar
10 Suites
Accommodation
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Inclusions:

Inclusions with the hotel Include:
  • Breakfast
  • WiFi
  • Use of Spa Facilities
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  • Spa
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
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Location
Distance from Brindisi Airport

47km / 40 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Bari Airport

168km / 1hr 45 min drive to the hotel

Distance from Stazione di Lecce

2.2km / 10 min drive to the hotel

Often deemed ‘the Florence of the South’, Lecce is known for its ornate Baroque architecture, beauty and history. The city is small enough to explore and enjoy on foot, with many public buildings boasting lavishly decorated facades – highlights include the Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza del Duomo and the Triumphal Arch.

Frequently Asked Questions

PALAZZO BOZZI CORSO

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.
Luxury Europe Collection
PALAZZO BOZZI CORSO

A palatial ‘home’ like no other, situated in the centre of the historical city of Lecce and dating back to the 18th century, Palazzo Bozzi Corso is a truly unique and charming hotel. Each of the ten suites is an individual masterpiece, exuding the colourful personalities of those they were inspired by. This hotel of distinction balances classic elegance with contemporary design in a truly intimate and inclusive setting.

This historical palace was originally built by Gabriele Bozzi Corso in 1775, possibly on the remains of a pre-existing XVI century building. In 1879 the Palace became the property of another aristocratic family, the Conti Zecca, who in turn passed it on to the Vergine-Indraccolo family during the second half of the last century.

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Accommodation

SUITE JACQUES ZWOBADA

This magnificent, 65sqm suite is named after the grandmother’s second husband, the French sculptor Jacques Zwobada. The suite has original architectural features, bold contemporary furniture, a living area and ensuite bathroom with walk-in hydromassage shower.

SUITE RENÉ LETOURNEUR

This wellness suite (63sqm) pays homage to the owner’s grandfather, the famous French sculptor, René Letourneur, whose passion for art is reflected in exquisite artworks and furnishings, which emulate his art deco style. The star-pinnacled ceilings and priceless art pieces constitute a distinctive feature, while the double hydro-massage shower and free-standing bath give it a private spa feel.

SUITE LALLA SOUKAÏNA

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

SUITE JOHN & YOKO

A colourful 59 sqm suite paying tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, friends of the owner’s mother, Anne Filali. Together, Yoko and Anne created the ‘Strawberry Fields Garden’ memorial that stands today in New York’s Central Park. Filled with memorabilia and pop art, the suite has a tongue-in-cheek take on the lively spirit of the seventies.

SUITE FERNAND LÉGER

This remarkable, 50sqm suite features original watercolours by the owner’s favourite artist, the French sculptor and painter Fernand Leger. The suite has original architectural features and views over the Palazzo’s private garden.

LADY ASTOR’S SUITE

When the owners’ granduncle Enzo Fiermonte, champion boxer and Hollywood actor, married Lady Astor they became the most glamorous couple of 1930s America. Personifying this glamour and romance, the 62sqm suite’s décor is delicate and feminine, whilst evoking the Palazzo’s enchanting and noble past.

LADY ASTOR’S SUITE

Named after the owner’s son, this suite (50sqm) merges the essence of two cultures – Italian and Moroccan. Dramatic vaulted ceilings combined with understated elegance and a charming view of the Palazzo’s garden create a striking balance.

THE BLUE ROOM

This striking suite is a picture of 1920s Hollywood decadence and sophistication. With vaulted ceilings, a unique blue hue, 18th century stuccoes, and a romantic Juliet balcony overlooking the historic town are all offset by expertly chosen modern artworks and furnishings. It is one of the largest suites at 62sqm and includes a private sauna for guests to enjoy.

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Be captivated by the magnificent view over the terraces and rooftops of Lecce’s historic Old Town. Light-filled and elegant, the suite measures 35sqm and is furnished in classic neutral tones with accents of blue.

CAPPUCCINO ROOM

Bathed in glorious daylight, the Cappuccino Suite (30sqm) is dominated by floor to ceiling glass doors that open onto a stunning mosaic-floor terrace. Soft tones complement the modern décor, creating a calming atmosphere.

Sustainable Hotel
Family Friendly
1 Restaurant / 1 Bar
Check-in: 2pm / Check-out: 12pm
10 Suites
Classic Certified

Sustainability

Dining

Breakfast, lunch or candlelit dinners can be enjoyed in the picturesque 18th century garden at Palazzo Bozzi Corso. Each evening brings new unique dining experiences, which are tailor-made according to guest preferences. The chef’s table dinner within the kitchen at Palazzo Bozzi Corso is not to be missed. An opportunity to share an intimate chef’s table experience under Leccese stone vaulted ceilings.

Newly refurbished roof terrace is ideal for guests who wish to take advantage of the open space, picturesque views of Lecce and the Palazzo’s new pool with a poolside bar and snack menu for lighter dishes throughout the day.

Activities

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