Risorgimento Resort in Lecce, Puglia, Italy
Prepare for a thoroughly modern, yet timelessly refined approach to luxury at Risorgimento Resort. Located in Lecce, a historic city in scenic southern Italy, this contemporary retreat is juxtaposed against remnants and relics of ancient life. Sun-soaked stone and Roman architecture dot this Salento region village, while the natural landscape simultaneously provides brilliant sport and leisure, including beaches, golf and more. Risorgimento Resort welcomes enchanted visitors with its 47 remarkable rooms and suites, each boasting spectacular interior design and the finest amenities. Striking color palettes and elegant furnishings are immediately pleasing, and attention to the most minute of details makes the comfort of these personal oases extraordinary. Original artwork and marble baths complete the opulent ambiance, so relax and settle in to this beautiful resort. For a world-class wellness experience, visit Risorgimento Resort's SPA Salus per Aquam, a place to be pampered and delighted in sensory experiences. From calidarium hammams with atmospheric lighting and aromatherapy, to fantastic massage and treatment offerings to soothe head to toe, this is a sanctuary you won't want to miss.
Risorgimento Resort's three delectable restaurants offer a variety of cuisine and enticing dining venues on site. The executive chef at Le Quattro Speziere brings exceptional culinary creations to your table for a full gourmet experience, while The Altavilla Roof Garden Restaurant provides a relaxed open-air environment to dine overlooking the city sites. Away from the hotel, the Salento area offers additional food and wine pleasures, seeded in rich traditions and strong ties to the peoples who dominated the region historically. Continue to explore by visiting Leece's churches, aristocratic palaces, and tucked-away cloisters and gardens, then venture further to see the coast, where breathtaking blues of sky and water create an unforgettable sight. The Ioanian Sea meets the Adriatic to form a swirl of colorful hues, and the towering cliffs of Santa Maria di Leuca loom over the ocean below. Inland, a world of fragrant countryside beckons for horseback riding, bicycling, and picnics in the sun. Uncover a unique part of Italy that most travelers miss, and allow Risorgimento Resort to be your home on the Salentine Peninsula.
Location of Risorgimento Resort
Nearest Airport: BDS
Amenities for Risorgimento Resort
- 3 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Bicycle Rental
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Marble Bathrooms
- Radio & CD Players
- Private Terraces
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Public Transportation
- Holiday Hotel Deals
Reviews for Risorgimento Resort
We stayed here for 3 nights to take in the sights of Lecce & the surrounding countryside. The central location means you can drop off your car here & walk the city streets. The friendly English speaking staff are extremely helpful. Rooms are clean & comfortable.
JimSTL1021 - Saint Louis, Missouri
We stayed there early January during snowstorm. The staff was very helpful with things regarding weather roads etc... and excellent in concierge, even sent a colleague to find seeds of "rape pugliesi" a local vegetable to bring them to us - all we did was ask where we could find them and next day here they were. The first room smelled of tobacco they proposed to change it. Helped us with directions to shops and the like. Such high standards of concierge services are not so common in italian luxury hotels. Location is bang in the middle of the city and yet very quiet. They parked the car for us. We stayed one more night due to another hotel (in Matera) cancelling because of snow storms. Very highly recommended.
dilcroc - Lausanne, Switzerland
Good service in a good hotel, in a town well worth the visit. I found driving in the centre was tricky, because my GPS hadn't worked out pedestrianisation, so valet parking was a huge relief. The key thing for us is always a quiet room, particularly where there are church bells. No problem here; our side-street room with a roof terrace was perfect for us.
stubbersfield - Bath, United Kingdom
This is a really nice place, very modern with lots of dark red and modern furniture. We had the "Garden" suite, which comes with a private outdoor patio from which to enjoy the morning sun. The room was same, modern, red and with lots of business conveniences. Internet was awesome! Lots and lots of lights with buttons for them all over the place, in fact a panel of light buttons by the bed, made putting out the lights (figuring out what goes to what, there is a "delay" in action) somewhat time consuming. Noise & heat: we were on the top floor, and as heat rises, we were often roasting hot, so then, we would open our patio doors to let in the cool November air. Cannot use a/c, so shutting off heat really didn't help. With the door open, though, of course you are near the piazza so the revelers in the eve continue on into the early daylight hours. They sound like they are in bed with you, LOL. I guess one has to choose one's poison - be very hot or awakened by singing, drunk revelers... Finding the hotel was challenging as we had an old GPS, and the streets are either pedestrian only or one way. Some fellow on a phone took pity on us and directed us to the door. After that we mapped, via googlemaps, a close by restaurant address and then snuck in "the back way", which worked out great. The front desk guy didn't want to hear about it. Just smiled and made his eyes glassy. There is this awesome valet guy who takes care of your car, $15/day now. Oftentimes it would be out front ready, before we even asked! He was the best part of this hotel. The included morning breakfast was very nice, typical, lots to choose from, in a nice sunny room. In conclusion, this is a good place for businesses, I think, it wasn't the most comfortable place, probably wouldn't come back to this particular hotel, but still worthy with an excellent location for walking around old town.
golden c - Asheville, North Carolina
A one-night stay- hotel in a beautiful part of town so really convenient. Great room but water in the shower took ages to warm up- breakfast not a 5-star standard- but staff efficient and friendly .Wish the lobby bar was kept open later at night to allow for a late night drink - overall a lovely hotel