As others have commented the hotel does at first glance come across as a little dated and tired but it has southern Italian charm which means that it may be a little rough around the edges but made up for by excellent quality and frienliness. The gardens are also an oasis of calm away from the frenzy of the town and are spectacular at night.
We stayed at Trullidea for 2 nights. It has been an amazing experience to sleep in a real trullo. The apartment was very clean, spacious and comfortable, situated in the heart of the trullis zone, in a small quiet alley, a step away from the main street. The breakfast was delicious with a good selections of sweets, salty and healthy options. The staff is fantastic, from the girl who prepares the hot drinks in the morning to Francesca who has been so helpful, welcoming and extremely accommodating during our short stay. She helped us with transportation, restaurant recommendations and gave us tips on what to visit in Alberobello. She is a perfect host! I would highly recommend Trullidea to anyone who is looking to live a real experience in a Trullo accommodation. Thank you Francesca for the lovely stay, we hope to see you soon again!
The hotel Trullidea, composed of 25 trulli dating back to the 15th century, is situated in the historical centre of …More
Stayed here for 2 nights while touring araound Puglia. Hotel looked as though it has been recently refurbished to a very high standard, everything clean, new and beautifully designed. It does have a restaurant attached but no bar and we would have liked to be able to sit out in the pleasant garden. Breakfast service was VERY slow but otherwise good.
NB The instructions for finding the hotel are INCORRECT as Google has misplaced the hotel on the map. It is actually about 2 - 3 km outside Martina Franca on the Via Taranto.
The hotel was beautifully located in a rustic Puglia setting. The added advantage is the hotel had it's own associated beach club which made it all the more attractive.
travelling between the club and the hotel was no problems as there was also a complementary shuttle service.
Famous for the prehistoric beehive-shaped huts that line the streets, Alberobello is an unusual tourist attraction and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Locals reside in some of the quaint buildings, known as trulli, and others have been converted into shops and restaurants. The town really comes alive in the summer evenings when everyone emerges for the lively passeggiata.
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