Five years in the making, the Borgo Egnazia officially opened in the spring of 2011 and is simply stunning. In recognition of its innovative architecture and design, the Borgo Egnazia has been awarded the New Build of the Year at the European Hospitality Awards 2011.
Located in the south of Italy nestled between the foothills of the Valle d’Itria and the azure Adriatic, the landscape is nestled in ancient olive groves and history. The resort features a luxury hotel, a traditional Apulian village and private villas. The resort caters for children of all ages with a creche, kid's club and teen club. Children's facilities at the Village also includes a kids' pool and an adventure playground.
The main hotel offers a variety of restaurants and bars; two outdoor and one indoor swimming pool; and a spa featuring a modern-day interpretation of a Roman bath house. Half and full board supplements are available at Borgo Egnazia. The most spectacular part of the resort is the traditional Village which includes bars and restaurants as well as a swimming pool and a cooking school. The resort offers an 18-hole championship golf course green with a horizon down to the traditional fishing village of Savelletri, and a beach club with an additional bar/restaurant and an array of water sports.
Created using traditional craftsmanship, it is a testament to Apulian architecture. Combining ancient with modern, the attention to detail and the effort to blend into the surroundings is extremely apparent. Borgo Egnazia is certainly destined to become one of the leading luxury family, golf and spa resorts in the Mediterranean.
Located in the south of Italy, the Borgo Egnazia resort features a luxury hotel, traditional Apulian village, and private villas. The resort in particular has a focus on children, providing a baby crèche, kids club, and teen club. The children’s facility includes a pool and adventure playground.
Additionally, Borgo Egnazia has just been awarded the New Build of the Year Award at the European Hospitality Awards 2011.
Managed by English speaking childcare professionals, the club is a custom designed space for children that also embraces the traditional lives of the local culture.
Each day offers a varied and interesting line-up of activities designed for each age group.
On board, there is also an in-house animation team that primarily looks after older children within the game room that includes a table tennis, air hockey, and Wii console system.
If interested in activities that you can participate in while the kids are off having fun, consider the local fishing village, which is always a huge hit with visitors. The hotel also hosts two tennis courts, a games room with billiards and board games, and an 18-hole championship golf course, if you want to work on your handicap score instead of sightseeing.
For a family day out, consider the small sandy beach which is located nearby as a way to spend the day soaking up some sun and getting in quality family time.
When looking for a bite to eat, head to one of the on-site restaurants, one of which has its own ‘kids special area’. The cuisine served includes traditional Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza, gelato, and other home-made delicacies that celebrate the region and pleasure the palate.
The Borgo Egnazia opened in Spring 2011 and was swiftly awarded the New Build of the Year at the European Hospitality Awards 2011. It is located in the south of Italy nestled between the foothills of the Valle d’Itria and the azure Adriatic. The resort features a luxury hotel, a traditional Apulian village and private villas.
The most desired suite by a honeymoon couple at the Borgo Egnazia would definitely be the Egnathia Suite. This is a unique suite and 125 square metres in size. There is a large bedroom and a spacious bathroom with a tub as well as, an additional bathroom. The living room has a great fireplace and there is a large private terrace with views of the hills and sea. The suite is made extremely exclusive and private by its own large garden and private pool.
In addition, there are 2 outdoor and 1 indoor swimming pools as well as, the Vair Spa which features a modern day version of a Roman bath house. For the more active guests staying at the Borgo Egnazia, there is an 18 hole championship golf course, water sports, a tennis academy and cooking classes. Honeymoon couples may like to try the ‘Due Camini’ á la carte restaurant where you will sample mouth-watering dishes. The bar and cigar room make great places for couples to pass their time and relax in the evenings post dinner.