If you’re looking for a quiet hotel in Lecce, look no further than Hotel delle Palme.
Nearby landmarks such as Chiesa di San Matteo (0.5 mi) and Anfiteatro Romano (0.7 mi) make Hotel delle Palme a great place to stay when visiting Lecce.
Rooms at Hotel delle Palme provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel delle Palme guests have access to room service. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel delle Palme.
While in Lecce, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel delle Palme, including Bros (0.6 mi), Alex Ristorante (1.0 mi), and Trattoria Le Zie - Cucina Casareccia (1.0 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as Museo Fantasy, Museo Mostra La Tana della Taranta, and Pinacoteca di arte francescana "Caracciolo".
The staff at Hotel delle Palme looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I had a great time in this hotel, with a neat and well equipped room, good Wi-Fi connection and delicious breakfast served by super professional and careful personnel. The only ‘drawback’ is that it takes 20 minutes on foot to go to the center, a nice walk but just consider this if you have no means of transportation. Also the receptionists were really welcoming.
Stayed at this hotel on a biking trip through Salento. Excellent customer service and comfortable, quiet rooms. Our group of 14 thoroughly enjoyed our stay and appreciated the excellent breakfast and on-premise bar. Highly recommend!
Located about 1 km from the Old City of Lecce with it's Baroque Churches and buildings this is an ideal place to stay in Lecce. The hotel has car parking and being a blue badge holder I was offered a very convenient and prestigious parking space right next to the front door. If you have ever driven in Italy in a town or city you can understand why once parked you might not want to move again until you are fully recovered from the driving experience. Actually things are not that bad when you realise that non of the locals really want to collide with you but it is quite normal to try and fit as many cars into the available space as possible. Traffic lights are only there for decoration and roundabouts need speakers blasting out the Blue Danube to lubricate the circulation. The rule is "give way to the one who got there first". Also if you have a horn why not let the world hear it!! Check in was very welcoming and helpful and our cases were taken off us and swiftly delivered to our room. The air-conditioning was magically ferocious and we quickly got it at the right level to enable us to sleep under just a sheet. Then a knock at the door produced the promised kettle, cups and teabags reassuringly bearing the name Winston and the European Certification "English Breakfast". This was a real honour since kettles etc., are normally allowed only into superior rooms. A supermarket on the corner of the street supplied the essential milk and we were set up for our 4 day stay. Somehow Italian coach drivers manage to get there vehicles into the car park and having off-loaded the French visitors it was a lovely opportunity to practice my French again. French Tourists do tend to create mayhem at breakfast but the staff worked very hard to ensure that the buffet was restocked and we felt protected by the girls who knew that the way to keep the English happy was to give them each a teapot with the teabag already in and brewing. The French don't really like strong tea and tend to make infusions with luke warm water and a bouquet garni which they need to weaken before threatening a Coq au Vin with the residue. The Italians on the other hand know about coffee and are amused when we have an americano and even dose it with milk. A couple of Espressos in the morning and no wonder you drive like a racing driver! Our stay at this hotel was wonderful. The staff were all great and seemed to love having English visitors as much as we loved being in their lovely country. Nothing was too much trouble and everyone was so helpful. One of the girls in the breakfast room was so pleased to have done my laundry and ironed my shirts but quite disappointed to find out that I was already married. We even visited Brindisi from here by train and at Euro 2.90 each way per person this was cheaper than a mere platform ticket in the UK.…
The staff and welcome were well above normal, well done to the whole team. Rooms were fabulous, everything seems new and the bed was great. Although very busy, the breakfast buffet was the best we have seen in Italy and the staff coped very well with the high demand. 15 minutes walk into the town centre with so much to see and do, and not too far from the train station, this place is perfect. Recommended and we would definately stay again. Thank you.
Central position, walking distance from the hotel to City center. Staff very professional and helpful. Chiara was very nice and provided all information her smile and welcoming were priceless. Front desk’s guys (sorry I did not remember the names) suggested a very good restaurant (Nautilus) also walking distance from the hotel. I appreciated very much breakfast because they had a range of lactose free food, that is very rare found. Well done to all staff.