Design Hotels has added seven new members to its list of over 300-member hotels in more than 50 countries across the globe.
In Mallorca is Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel Port de Sóller where raw handcrafted textures, wooden tables, tiles, and multicoloured woven rugs weave a casual luxury that balances on a fine line between hotel, home, and hangout.
Set in the heart of Palma de Mallorca’s historic quarter, Boutique Hotel Sant Jaume puts guests a stone’s throw from the Spanish island’s top attractions while immersing them in contemporary urban design and one of the island’s top culinary offerings.
A showpiece on the famed Elia Beach on the Greek island of Mykonos is Myconian Avaton with its traditional Cycladic architecture, blending local stone with white walls and wooden windows.
In Warsaw with just four rooms – each unique and displaying artisanal and eclectic handiwork of Polish artists, architects, designers, curators, and craftsmen – Autor Rooms is far more than just a hotel.
Grand boulevards, historic courtyards, landmark structures, and hot new restaurants characterise the setting for the new Tortue Hamburg, a 126-room masterpiece of hospitality and nightlife anchoring the Stadthöfe district in the city centre.
Created by a family who for years came to Bali to escape the stress of the “real world” before finally moving here permanently, Suarga Padang Padang showcases the delicate balance between age-old values and a multicultural 21st-century lifestyle in an exceptional environment.
Hotel Amapa is rooted both physically and metaphorically in the Colonia Amapas neighbourhood of Puerto Vallarta, on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Its prestigious location allows guests to reengage with Puerto Vallarta in an authentic Old-World way that has been lost in an era of shiny big resorts.