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Like in the Arabian Nights

In the heart of Ostuni, the ‘white city’, at the edge of Salento, in Puglia, an 18th-century palace has returned to its original splendor and offers its guests princely Arabian Nights-esque stays. After more than 40 years of oblivion, Palazzo Rosso, which became the residence of the first mayor of Ostuni in 1860, has begun a new chapter of its history with Paragon 700 Boutique Hotel. An exclusive hospitality facility, whose name is inspired by the Paragon diamond, which defines a new concept of luxury, capable of going beyond the traditional clichés of a hotel, evoking emotions and suggestions in a magical and special atmosphere. A perfect harmony between past and present and a blend of elegance and refinement characterize the Paragon 700 Boutique Hotel, whose renovation and restyling project is signed by designer Pascale Lauber, who purchased the building in 2016 with Ulrike Bauschke. Fireplaces, stone vaults, 18th-century frescoes, original majolica, and examples of local craftsmanship coexist with objects and furnishings from around the world, contemporary works of art and antiques. All the spaces have been imagined as those of a dwelling where the refinement of every single detail is not an end in itself but is functional to the experience of living there. Eleven rooms different from one another, some of which equipped with panoramic terrace, a secret garden with a private swimming pool, a charming hortus conclusus, the 700 restaurant led by chef Giovanni Cerroni, the 700 lounge bar and the spellbinding 700 spa obtained from an old water cistern offer a unique and exclusive experience, between history and contemporaneity, where each guest can take their time to stop, listen and experience the awakening of the senses. 

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