Between the streets near the Duomo
An ancient stone street leads to Palazzo De Noha, a hidden treasure in the heart of baroque Lecce. Every detail communicates the owners’ vision: to create a sophisticated place where guests can enjoy the exceptional quality of luxury along with the care and privacy of home.
Palazzo De Noha is a memorable, inspiring experience. The noble three-story palace has spacious guestrooms, suites and lounges, all shimmering with Lecce’s golden light. Terrace-gardens blossom with bouganville, the elegant rooftop solarium and pool feature contemporary Italian design and offer a beautiful view on Lecce from above.
Palazzo de Noha welcoms guests with impeccable hospitality. We provide a broad range of complimentary features and services: welcome drinks upon arrival; gourmet breakfast with freshly baked traditional Pugliese recipes and continental offerings in our rooftop dining hall (or bedroom service upon request); wifi throughout the property, inside and out; a safe, professional hairdryer, telephone and 40” television with Netflix in every room; monogrammed bathrobes, towels, slippers; luxury toiletries by Culti; air conditioning and heating easily managed from inside the room; wake- up call. Upon request, we provide a vast array of services, among which: transfer from/to airport or station; room service; city transfers; concierge services. Please note: various rooms are wheelchair accessible. Pets are not allowed.
A visionary renovation transformed the fifteenth-century palazzo in an inspiring couture hotel that celebrates artisanal tradition and global innovation. Palazzo de Noha is a unique fusion of historical legacy and contemporary design. Moon System, futuristic sofa by architect Zaha Hadid, elegantly dominates the main hall beneath an ancient vaulted ceiling; Artemide lamp by Gae Aulenti illuminates archaeological remains under a glass pavement. The old masters’ techniques of cementina (tile-making) and cartapesta (papier-maché) relive in the custom floors, the reception and café counters by Riccardo Cavaciocchi, and Francesca Carallo‘s installation on the second floor.
The ambitious restoration transformed each guestroom in a work of art. Sculptural bathrooms with glass walls allow visitors to enjoy the original architecture and historic features. The strong lines of custom suspended wardrobes and desks vibrate against the soft backdrop of authentic pietra leccese ceilings. Every room is unique: exquisite artworks, museum-grade pieces of Italian and international design and their very own shade of marble fixtures.