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Sigismondo Castromediano Museum
Parking Problems. When I made my reservation, it was stated that there was parking. However, We had to park on the street and be aware that the car could be towed or ticketed if we did not watch the time. Also, had a very bad problem when returning to the hotel after a day trip. We had to drive around, circle the area about five times before finding a metered. Had I known that the hotel had this problem I would have never booked it.
It is a decent hotel,very near the city center .Its location is the advantage of this hotel.The rooms were clean but very basic. The breakfast (which is served in a nearby cafe) is very poor.It is just a coffe and a snack.The lift is very old and very small.
friendly staff, superb location , nice room and price nothing at all
The location is great (unless some drunk people are singing in the middle of the night outside on the square), a big room, nice bathroom, friendly staff and we had a "private cosy breakfast" there. The furniture is a bit basic.
Prestige is a perfect choice for any traveler coming to Lecce. It is located in the center of town, yet tucked away at the edge of the main walking street, giving a sense of both action and peace. All of the best sights--the duomo, shops, restuarants and beautiful churches are all within the immediate vicinity. With only four guest rooms, there is a feeling of intimacy and uniquness, almost as if one were staying at a comfortable, well managed home. Renata, the owner, is gracious, beautiful and welcoming, as well as intimately knowledgable about Lecce and the surrounding countryside. She can tell you about the best beaches to see, the best restaurants to eat at, and the best bars for a some nighttime fun. Wonderful place to stay!
Relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Just like being invited into their home. Renata was a great host. Always welcoming and eager to ensure you have a positive experience in Lecce and the surrounding areas. One suggestion would be to have some of the more common activities and suggestions (for example: dinner places) written up with directions / instructions to make the process a little easier for visitors. The stairs! Just note: It is on the 2nd floor and there are lots of stairs to climb. Also, it is a little difficult to find with a car as it is inside the old town walls, which does have restricted use of autos.