- Daily rates from EUR 225 (low seaon), EUR 860 (high season) and EUR 440 (New Year's Eve)
Borgo Egnazia is a unique place in the world: it is a visionary interpretation of a typical village of Puglia, surrounded by ancient olive trees and built in a white limestone. Rustic and yet so charming... this is how it incorporates simplicity and authenticity to the place in such a sublime way.
Borgo’s infrastructure is super complete: golf courses, beach clubs, a spa for you to feel pampered and much more.
The hotel is also famous for its excellent wines and olive oils, not to mention the fresh fish and pasta.
Borgo Egnazia transmits the real essence of Puglia all year long, distinguished by the culture and by the beauty of its unique architecture. It is a place for you to find yourself.
The rooms are all beige and light-toned, transcending thus a rural romance - baskets with almonds, birdcages, egg-shaped ornaments and keys in rope keychains are just a few of the treats.
Our favorite rooms are:
A pretty garden, a patio, a gazebo and a big private pool. This villa has three floors with three rooms, four bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, two living areas and a terrace. The basement opens to a patio and a private garden.
The 90 m² suite has two rooms (or a room and a studio) and two bathrooms in the first floor. The main room has a king size bed and the second room has a double bed, that can turn into two twin beds upon prior requirement.
It has three spacious rooms and two bathrooms. The bigger room has a closet and a makeup area. The living room has a big square sofa, a dining table, a small bar and a lavatory. The balcony provides an astonishing view and has an Arab garden with a private pool and a lounge.
All the Borgo Egnazia elegant bathrooms offer Lorenzo Villorese Firenze amenities to the guests.
Mario Musoni, the exclusive Michelin chef of the Borgo Egnazia restaurants is one of the leaders of the Slow Food movement and risottos are his specialty. Among the Italian media, he is famous as the “Risotto King”.
Due Camini is opened all year long and is where the most refined breakfasts and dinners are served under a white vaulted ceiling and a chandelier made out of bottles. Super romantic! We recommend the sea bass carpaccio and the marinated artichoke flan as appetizers. The Cavatelli pastas are mouthwatering.
If you want something a little less formal, A Pizzeri (opened only during the summer) offers pizzas straight from the a wood burning stove served on a shaded terrace overlooking the pools and the olive trees. Children can also create their own pizza toppings.
The La Frasca (that only opens during the summer, too) is a relaxed buffet-style restaurant that offers barbeque at the terrace that overlooks the kids’ poll. And we also have the Mia Cucina (only in the summer), an Italian tavern that serves an informal dinner and seasonal cooking lessons (book in advance).
At night, an illuminated bar (opened all year) offers a wide range of drinks including a delicious mix of vodka, apple, Galliano, mint syrup and pink grapefruit. In addition to this, there are other bars in the hotel, including two by the pools where the attendants are always available to serve you.
Relax in one of our four pools or just get carried away playing in the San Domenico golf courses or at the tennis courts in the hotel.
The SPA Vair, one of Italy’s best has treatments inspired by legends and local traditions (all treatments are named after the Puglia dialect), and is curated by the expert Patrizia Bortolin together with a regional cacique. They are determined defenders of beauty treatments that use only natural elements. Unmissable: the massage with the sea wave motion will provide you a unique feeling! And also do not miss the aromatherapy session with Patrizia.
In addition to all that, there are still two clubs for kids and adolescents, classes at the Aquatic Sports Centre, cooking lessons, beach clubs and many activities for kids and adults, all with sunshades and lounge chairs for you to enjoy the most of your day.
Borgo Egnazia is history, art and culture. It is located on the ancient Via Egnatia, a road built by the Romans in 146 BC to connect the lower Adriatic to the Aegean Sea. It plays a key role for Puglia to be one of the main tourist destinations in the world. A path to the discovery not only of the region, but also to the whole of south of Italy.
* Distances: Martina Franca (30 minutes), Locorotondo (25 minutes), Castellana Grotte (30 minutes), Monopoli (15 minutes); Polignano a Mare (25 minutes), Lecce (1 hour), Ostuni (25 minutes), Trulli di Alberobello (30 minutes), Matera (1 hour), Rome International Airport (45 minutes), Milan International Airport (1 hour).
*Rustic and sophisticated, an unique property
*Perfect for children
*Oficcial Instagram: @borgoegnazia