Melanopetra is uniquely situated in the core of the preserved traditional village Emporios on Nisyros, Greece, at an altitude of about 400 meters above the caldera. It is an atmospheric two-storey stone villa, built-up around 1850 and totally restored in 2015 under due diligence with respect to the Nisyrian architecture using only eco-friendly primary materials. Its name is inspired from the main building material, the local black stone, further enhancing its character.
The idea of the project was realized by the owner and architect, Anna Apostolou, who combined her art and love of authenticity and simple beauty with high-quality hospitality.
Furniture and objects by internationally renowned leading designers, the hospitable and welcoming atmosphere and the ideal location are a few of the key features of your stay at Kenshō. This is the Kenshō, a brand new modern boutique hotel which just opened its doors in Mykonos, Greece and yet has already managed to create a buzz with its different approach to hospitality. It is no coincidence that the experience of staying with us is unique. Superior quality services make the guests feel “at home” while maintaining ideal balance of service and discretion. The continuous alternation of architectural styles in combination with an excellent cooperation obtained between the building structure and the natural light, generate a mysterious and simultaneously exciting atmosphere. Enjoy it!
Casa Cook on Rhodes, Greece stands for a new breed of hotels, inspired by the spirit of our times. Each with a distinct personality: no one-size-fits-all architecture or repetitive interiors. Always individual, always laid-back. Created for trend-conscious travellers by Thomas Cook.
Few places we love revisiting as much as Santorini. This is where Greek traditions, style, and hospitality meet contemporary design, coalescing into the perfect holiday destination. The island’s best hotels mirror this unique mix of qualities—and so does Sophia Suites.
True – Authentic – Simple – Today’s travellers expect more than just the standardised comfort and convenience, they are looking for a true and authentic experience. People are not seeking for luxury in a traditional definition anymore. The word luxury is overused and irrelevant since talk of luxury has become cheap. People have had enough of pretension unreasonable demands. Today sophisticated travellers are looking for the truth of their individual needs, which is relaxing from their daily life and just being themselves.
Design firm Patsios recently updated Cave Suite, a spectacular boutique hotel on Santorini Island in Greece, overlooking the Aegean Sea. Its reconstruction is part of a larger project initiated by Captain’s Houses chain: “The interior design aims to create a sense of comfort and relaxation as well as a subtle feeling of luxury giving out hints of the recognizable elegant style of the rest hotel’s suite. Work has been done, so that this new space brings out the simplicity and clarity of local architectural characteristics, while integrating contemporary elements of design, based on the same two principles, simplicity and clarity”, the developers explained.
Casual elegance structured around soft tones is what this beautiful home signifies. It’s plush but not lavish. It oozes with comfort and exclusiveness. Located on Karpathos, Greece and designed by DESIGN LAB, it’s the type of home you love to live and play in. There’s a bit of shabby-chic décor throughout the home tinged by muted beiges and browns along with one-of-a-kind wooden accent pieces. The living room area is cozy but spacious with soft crème floors, a sofa with safari designed throw pillows, distinct wooden accent tables, and dark metal chandelier. In many ways, the décor reminds one of a cottage or chalet. The wainscoting along the divider in the room with detailed carvings in various parts of the wood is very much like a chalet. The small beams along the ceiling add dimension and depth to the room while the white walls maintain the room’s openness and beauty. It’s personable but sociable.