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Paradise in Puglia: Pensione to the Stars

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Paradise in Puglia: Pensione to the Stars

May 19, 2013

There was a bit of attention focused on Borgo Egnazia last year when Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel pulled off their paparazzi-free wedding celebration there, so naturally we rushed to the hotel’s website to check it out. Located on 40 acres, the resort resembles a small Italian village, with a cluster of individual villas grouped around a 63-room hotel. Go to Borgo Egnazia for more information.

Above: A shaded dining area with cafe style seating.

Above: Sheaves of wheat are suspended from the ceiling, creating a warm glow in a dining area.

Above: Dried herbs and peppers serve as decor.

Above: The resort has two full-time painters who keep the interiors and exteriors sparkling white.

Above: Vintage brushes decorate a stairway.

Above: A canopied bed, with a vintage key as decor.

Above: Bedrooms are outfitted completely in white.

Above: A serene all-white bedroom.

Above: A row of glass bottles add a touch of green to a lounge area.

Above: A lounging area with rosemary bushes and orange trees.

Traveling to Italy? Read about another hotel Julie recently spied, at The Original Vertical Garden: The Hotel Raphael in Rome.

This is an update of a post originally published November 16, 2012.

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