The Mediterranean region spans from Western Europe to Northern Africa, providing an eclectic design concept that draws from the unique offerings of each locale. These six hotels tap into their distinctive traditions to give guests a peek into local artistry and culture.
Calilo’s organic aesthetic is founded in the reuse of the marble and stone-granite derived from the property’s building site. Owner and artist Angelos Michalopoulos used these natural materials in conjunction with soft blue and green accents to create a playful indoor/outdoor balance to each space.
Carved into the Caldera cliffs, Mystique Santorini embraces minimalist decor and a sandy color palette so as to bring attention to the breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea.
Splendido Mare is perched above the busy Italian seaport of Portofino showcasing sprawling views of the Italian Riviera. Following a lengthy renovation, Festen Architecture gave the timeless guesthouse new life by melding mid-century modern aesthetic with Splendido’s humble roots as a fisherman’s inn.
Literally translating to “Peaceful Dream”, this villa dotted property is connected through a series of winding cobblestone paths creating a sense of privacy even when the hotel.
Nestled in the heart of Tel Aviv, The Norman blends classic 1920’s Art Deco with original Israeli artwork to bring guests a grounded feeling in this bustling city by the sea. The unique hotel comprises two buildings, one in the classic Mediterranean style with lacy juliet balconies, the other a Bauhaus style haven.
Interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon drew inspiration from the Art Deco era and classic French Riviera hues to craft the delightfully chic Hôtel Martinez.
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