Far removed from the identikit beach hotels that dot Crete's coastline, Cretan Malia Park is a flora-filled retreat that augments classic Aegean hospitality with a focus on refined luxury and slow-paced living.
Part innovative design hub, part progressive philanthropic enterprise: Iniala Beach House is an ultra-luxe beachside property that challenges preconceptions at every turn. Comprising three villas, a penthouse, Kids Hotel, and a superlative fine dining restaurant, the hotel is the vision of owner and Original Mark Weingard, who commissioned ten leading figures in the world of international design to realize his vision of an iconoclastic Thai retreat.
Berlin - Over the past quarter-century, Design Hotels™ has been at the vanguard of a disruptive movement in the travel industry, curating a global collection of independent, design-led hotels that reject singular definition to function as transformative social hubs.
Set behind a striking façade of Scottish stone at the point where Edinburgh's historic Old Town meets the New Town, Market Street Hotel emerges as a cultural gateway to both the city's storied past and its pulse-quickening present.
Synonymous with picturesque fishing villages, hidden swimming coves, and pristine beaches, it is little wonder that the Greek poet and Nobel laureate George Seferis once declared Paros the loveliest of all Greek islands.
A stylish sylvan homestead set within an age-old landscape defined by pine-scented forests, meandering streams and brooding hills, the mission statement of Farmhouse Catskills is as simple as it is powerful: "to bring the glory of the Catskills to a new generation".
Opening on Barcelona's Passeig de Gràcia, Sir Victor hotel stands as a striking homage to the unique physical and spiritual landscape of the Catalan capital. Behind its undulating façade, the hotel's core concept is shaped by the unique character of this vibrant, multicultural city and the region beyond—from an art collection that includes work by the likes of Antoni Muntadas, to a concept store that supports local, emerging designers.
Since its launch two years ago, Further has been transforming selected Design Hotels™ properties into temporal hubs of thematic exploration, bringing together artists, writers, scientists, artisans, farmers, designers and other place-makers for site-specific gatherings.