The Villa Barone Serviced Apartments are located on San Vito dei Normanni-Brindisi road, within a few minutes from the best Apulian beaches and near the most important tourist destinations of Salento including S.Vito dei Normanni (4 km), Brindisi (15 km), Ostuni (18 km), Mesagne (12 km), Fasano (40 km), Lecce (50 km), Alberobello (65 km) and Bari (90 km). The resort is the ideal choice for a regenerating holiday within a few minutes by car from the beautiful beaches of Torre Guaceto. The Villa Barone Serviced Apartments feature meeting facilities for up to 250 people, restaurant and bar.
Nothing - The worst hotel we have stayed in for as long as I can remember
Yes - all of it - Nothing is available - you have an appartment with a kitchen - but no cups - saucers - plates - water boiler - nothing. The restaurant was closed - "scuzi" so - no breakfast - town is 4 miles away.It is an absolute hopelss place to stay. Avoid
The beds are extremely hard. It was end of season & most of the facilities were either closed or had to be asked for.The sun loungers were with drawn while we were out one day. My wife speakes limited Italian & we had dictionaries etc. We got more sense out of the maid than the people in reception even the one that was supposed to speak English & we had trouble paying the Bill, as they did not have an adequate invoice even though we gave them 24 hrs notice of our early leaving. Nowhere to park when Weddings or Night Club in use.
Beautiful building with a lovely pool and extensive well kept gardens fantastic value for the price
good location for a close to airport stay, only 20 minutes drive from Brindisi. Nice grounds
The bedroom had no air conditioning, only in the small living area and it was not powerfull enough to reach into the bedroom
Very helpful, friendly staff. Beautiful hotel setting, an old restored monastery used mainly as a functions hotel ie: weddings etc
No tea/coffee facilities in room and the restaurant is by prior booking only but we were the hotel's only guests at the time so maybe that's why