I’m making note of the Casa Cook hotels now in case I ever make it to Greece in the future. Casa Cook – part of the Thomas Cook travel company – currently has two hotels in Greece. Casa Cook Kos is opening in July, and Casa Cook Rhodes has been open for about a year.
Both hotels look to be uber stylish, luxurious, and welcoming. I’m only showing you one of the outdoor spaces at Rhodes today, but I’m sure you’ll drool over the design of all the other spaces, too, if you have a browse through the gallery.
via Casa Cook Rhodes
If you have an outdoor space that you’d like to spruce up this summer, maybe give these items a try to recreate the ease of this gorgeous Greek hotel.
hammock, beach cover-up, pendant, butterfly chair, pillow, pillow, pillow, pillow
Andiamo a Roma! Let’s go to Rome!
Specifically, let’s zip on over to the Hotel Eden for a luxurious stay in one of the hotel’s classic rooms. The layers of white, cream, and beige makes each room warm and welcoming.
The Classic Room at Hotel Eden, Rome
While it may look out of reach, this design can definitely be translated into something affordable. A mix of high-low (as is my usual favourite) is something to aim for (hello cashmere throw!).
sofa, cashmere throw, headboard, pillow, sheet set, bench, mirror, peacock wallpaper
I’m taking us back to the United States for today’s hotel-to-home post because I recently learned about the Quirk Hotel, and I was eager to recreate the design. Let’s head on over to this charming boutique hotel in Richmond, Virginia.
bed, scallop table, sconce, rug, curtains, art, bed linens, flowers
We’re traveling to Washington, DC today to check into the luxurious Jefferson. The hotel has high ratings, and absolutely stunning suites. The decor is traditional in style, but it doesn’t look stuffy or intimidating as I find sometimes can happen in these types of spaces.
I had a go at recreating the space. Here’s what I came up with:
vintage upholstered bed, slipper chair, side table, Bergere chair, lamp, cashmere throw, orchids, pillow
We’re heading over to Portugal today to check into the Design & Wine Hotel in Caminha.
I do not know how they do this, but the room rotates with the sun! Isn’t that the coolest thing? It sounds pretty high-tech to me!
The room (I think it’s shown in black and white in the photo above) has a ridiculously simple design. The use of multiples (in the art, water) is very striking and easy to recreate at home. Here’s what it inspired me to put together:
art, sheet set, blinds, water, glass
Catch up on all the posts in my Hotel to Home series.