Strongly Apulian identity, combined with tailor-made services of the highest level: this is San Domenico Hotels Group, a world of hospitality of which several realities are now part. The parent company is Masseria San Domenico, a splendid traditional structure endowed with timeless charm and one of the best thalassotherapy spas in Italy. Masseria Cimino is a charming 18th-century masseria that combines tradition and contemporary design. Borgo Egnazia is a visionary interpretation of a typical Apulian village, built in tuff and surrounded by millenary olive trees, and hosts the Spa Vair, a temple dedicated to the care of body and soul. San Domenico Golf is a classic 18-hole links course enhanced by Mediterranean vegetation, centuries-old olive trees and sea views. Masseria Le Carrube, at the foot of the Ostuni hill, offers a total immersion in nature and tradition. Finally, San Domenico House is a refined townhouse in the heart of Chelsea, London.

Masseria San Domenico offers boutique-style intimacy bound with first class facilities such as a magnificent outdoor free-form swimming pool.
After a careful restoration, completed respecting the old shapes and the original building materials, the tower was converted into a 5 star deluxe resort in 1996.
The building itself dates back to the 15th century, when it was used by the Knights of Malta as a watch-tower.

Located in Savelletri di Fasano, in Puglia, where the hills of the Itria Valley slope gently towards the blue of the Adriatic Sea. This wonderful place is inspired by the shapes, materials and colors of a typical Puglian village. A surprising journey towards renewed happiness and essential well-being for body and mind, thanks to the perfect combination of local traditions and the continuous search for innovation.

It’s Borgo Egnazia. Nowhere else.

Masseria Cimino is located in Savelletri di Fasano.

It is a farmhouse with a tower built in 1700 just a few meters from the sea, now used as the Guest House of the San Domenico Golf, an 18-hole golf course with splendid views of centuries-old olive trees and the Adriatic Sea.

The San Domenico Golf is located where the Apulian countryside meets the blue of the sea, perfectly nestled between the slopes of the Itria valley and the tourist port of Savelletri.

Featuring a combination of strategically placed bunkers and an intricate mistral-facing design, this prestigious links course designed by London-based European Golf Design winds through gentle slopes, zigzagging between centuries-old olive trees and glimpses of the ancient city of Egnathia. For this reason it is not surprising that it has established itself as one of the best golf clubs in Italy.

Masseria Le Carrube is the rustic authenticity of Puglia totally immersed in nature. Halfway between the sea and the hill, this ancient farmhouse dating back to the 12th century, with a typical tile roof, houses 19 suites where elements of local culture together with a modern design enhance the charm of this structure. Bougainvillea trees intertwine throughout the courtyards, while lemon and prickly pear trees wind along the walls of the property. A few minutes from the center of Ostuni, the ‘White City’, the history of the area is evident in every detail: stone walls and courtyards, exposed whitewashed bricks, antique furniture and refined Italian linen.

San Domenico House represents Italian hospitality in London. The art of hospitality meets the traditional British identity of a “boutique hotel” offering 19 rooms a few steps away from King’s Road, in the heart of the exclusive Chelsea neighbourhood. A fine treasure hidden away in a quiet residential corner, San Domenico House is a boutique town house hotel brimming with an elegant mix of sumptuous interiors, eclectic antiques and Latin personality. San Domenico House embodies all the charisma and verve one associates with la dolce vita.

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