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Отель Relais Sant'Eligio в Остуни

На дворянском гербе отеля Отель Relais Sant'Eligio в Остуни изображены львы на задних лапах возле колодца с блоком и ведром, символизирующими ресторанный бизнес и свидетельствующими о гастрономических традициях старинной почтовой станции. Благодаря натуральным местным продуктам, типичным для Остуни и Апулии, в меню ресторана широко представлены традиционные блюда, передающие краски и ароматы средиземноморской диеты

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Отель Relais Sant’Eligio – Terrazza Sant'Eligio

Древние стены, каменные своды и парадная лестница позволяют почувствовать атмосферу старинной почтовой станции Кампосада, в которой эхом отдавался глухой шум кузнечных мастерских.

Our Guest Words

"Very nice (and quiet) hotel"

When we came in the Hotel there where (and off season) almost no bookings. Without asking we got the opportunity for an upgrade; a bigger room outsite the Hotel with view on sea and city. We stayed t nights and the service was top, staff very friendly and helping with tips for restautants and so on. Breakfast was superb, and we had a very pleasent stay in Ostuni...

from - Cofer123

"Luxury stay out of the tourist centre"

Great stay, lovely staff, rooms and breakfast, everything was great. Room was new, fresh, modern and clean, brilliant shower. Busy with large cycle groups staying who were a bit noisy. 15 minutes walk into the historic centre, this is uphill, but not too challeging, and it was good to be staying away from the old town centre, and the views to the town were great.

from - TravelTrax1

"Fabulous hotel"

If you are planning a stay in Ostuni, we would highly recommend this hotel. Excellent location, a short walk into town - it’s steep and there are steps but very manageable - and stunning views. So easy to locate from the airport , plenty of parking, coast less than 15 minutes away. The hotel is spotlessly clean , our room was fine, the breakfast room is stunning ! Sadly it wasn’t warm enough for us to use the many little terraces...

from - MrsP_61018