Our Favorite Boho-Chic Hotels on Tablet

Hotels Above Par and Tablet Hotels have come together to highlight nine hotels from the Tablet selection that are outstanding examples of boho-chic design. What’s boho-chic? Think neutral shades with pops of color, rattan fixtures, burlap-laden chairs, wall-hanging macrame, June rugs, and raffia lamps. Essentially, it feels free-spirited yet doused in bursts of elegance. Each of the nine hotels here are located in a destination where the style feels most appropriate, from Mexico and Greece to Portugal and California. Visit Tablet Hotels to book these or any of the over 5000 incredible hotels in their selection.

Be Tulum Resort & Spa (Tulum, Mexico)

Tulum wrote the book on boho chic—and the 64-key Be Tulum Resort & Spa is show & tell of it. The design harnesses the relationship between inside and outside: a narrow pool lies right beside sandy grounds dotted with gangly palm trees and tables that are a tiny fraction of their towering height. Whether it be the burlap lamps dangling from the hotel bar & restaurant’s ceilings to rooms’ earthy color palette (say “yes” to the Aire Suite and its private-plunge pool), this place oozes Tulum at every corner.

Our Habitas Atacama (San Pedro de Atacama, Chile)

Our Habitas Atacama sits smack in the middle of its namesake location: Chile’s Atacama Desert. Exterior walls contain clay, whereas homespun furnishings and tapestries sourced from local artisans pack spaces interiorly. Neutral tones bedeck guestrooms, from the linen bedding to the dangling raffia lamps. Thatched roofs shelter portions of loungers beside the pool for hot summer days. Guests can get their boho-spa life on with one of the hotel’s Temescal tent treatments, which grasps energy from the next-door Lincanbur volcano.

Nomad Mykonos (Mykonos, Greece)

Rugged minimalism dominates the design narrative at the oh-so-calm, trés chic Nomad Mykonos. White walls, neutral fabrics, driftwood furnishings, curvaceous tubs, well-worn sinks, and statement vases fill the 14 rooms. Other highlights include the onsite Greek eatery Kukulu Restaurant and the orthogonal pool excavated within a patio lined with Boeotian marble.

Menorca Experimental (Menorca, Spain)

An erstwhile finca and farmhouse repurposed into a 43-room hotel, Menorca Experimental blends intentional Art Deco design with boho-chic undercurrents. Guestrooms sport bedding with swerved lines resembling abstract illustrations and headboards laden in muted colors. Across the room, zigzag-patterned pillows lay atop banquettes, and rattan baskets invoke a beachy mood. Stone-assembled walls cocoon the main pool, the perfect place for a nap when the seasonal hotel opens from March to October.

The Agora (Pano Lefkara, Cyprus)

Situated in Cyprus, the 18-key Agora Hotel is boho-chic to its core. From the lobby to guestrooms, wood finishings and vintage vestiges populate spaces, rattan-laced furniture appears ubiquitously, then earthy tones—beiges, browns, and olive greens—lather walls, bed headboards, and textured pillows. The courtyard swimming pool magnetizes guests and those unbothered about skipping out on the nearby beach. Chef Edward Guk serves Mediterranean fare at onsite restaurant Novél—and the left-of-the-lobby bar makes for the perfect post-dinner nightcap.

Hotel June Malibu (Malibu, CA)

Right off the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, one of the USA’s unofficial boho-chic capitals, is this 13-key boutique hotel—you might know the other Hotel June, its sister property, in West LA. At its 1949-built Malibu outpost, marked California-retro via its unmissable road sign, midcentury modern bungalows here take center stage: an assemblage of potted succulents and vertical cacti front the hotel’s cracked-pepper exterior, then burnished concrete floors, timbered ceilings, and a white-cum-beige palette fill interiors; light millwork makes several appearances, from bunkbed frames to cantilevered desks. While there are no ocean views but rather vantage points peering out at Malibu’s sun-drenched hills, the beach is a short walk away.

Sendero Hotel (Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica)

Costa Rica’s indelible golden sand beaches and rampant rainforest terrain sandwich the Sendero Hotel. Set on the country’s paradisal Nicoya Peninsula and palpably sustainable, clay tiles and renewable woods from local teak plantations make up the hotel’s build, and then eco-cycling efforts see rainwater plus wastewater flow into their fruitful garden. Accommodations’ sandy tones, June rugs, and terracotta potted plants atop cabinetry are a fraction of its boho-chic characteristics. Try out their signature Jungle rooms, with expansive windows that let spill in, plus balconied outdoor rainfall showers and daybeds. If relaxing on a lounge chair beside the onsite saltwater pool isn’t your vibe, sign up for the hotel’s local-run surfing school. 

Areias do Seixo (Torres Vedras, Portugal)

An hour’s drive from Lisbon, this rural boutique hotel sits on Portugal’s unhurried Costa de Prata. While concrete-and-glass kits out the exterior, interior spaces feel more free-spirited: maximalist rooms come with rustic fireplaces, wood stoves, wooded bedposts, and polished concrete slabs, which function alongside taupe schemes projecting pops of color.

Bisma Eight (Ubud, Indonesia)

Awe-inspiring jungle views, plus exposed concrete and organic materials, are what you will find when staying at Bali’s BismaEight. The topical-boho, teak-accented 50 rooms here have Japanese soaking tubs suffusing Canadian cedar wood and local Balinese soaps. At the Mandala Spa, expect Ayurvedic treatments in wood-clad rooms alongside a scrub bar that lets you assemble your own scrub concoction, commencing with a rice base and natural exfoliants.

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