Dating back to 1775, this elegant building is just a stone's throw from the Basilica of Santa Croce in Lecce. Designed by the 18th-century architect Emanuele Manieri, this historic building attained its unique blend of traditional and contemporary features when it was developed in conjunction with the La Fiermontina Family Collection.
Dedicated to the memory of the boxer and actor Enzo Fiermonte, La Fiermontina Palazzo Bozzi Corso offers its guests elegant spaces with ornate furnishings and artworks, including pieces by Sottsass, Gio Ponti, Mackintosh and Le Corbusier.
During your stay, admire sculptures and paintings by Jacques Zwoboda and Renè Letourneur, as well as beautiful watercolours by Fernand Léger. The building is also home to original drawings by John Lennon, donated by Yoko Ono, a friend of the owner’s mother.
Guests also have access to our secret garden and elegant rooftop terrace, a place where to marvel at Lecce’s beautiful baroque architecture and unforgettable sunsets.