Blessed with its own beach on the most cosmopolitan island of Greece the WILD offers privacy and seclusion, the new “luxuries” we seek while traveling in these times. A perfect vacation spot where one can feel relaxed and safe. Situated on a cliffside, the hotel overlooks the deep blue of the Aegean and a small cove once home to “the Wild Ones”, the most fearless fishermen of Mykonos. Now, a tranquil, picturesque port that brings to light how Mykonos used to look like. Simple, raw, beautiful and wild.
All 40 rooms, suites and villas, amphitheatrically set, face the sea offering awe inspiring views. Each accommodation – bigger or smaller, with 1 or 2 bedrooms, some with their own dining room and plunge pool – has its own distinguished style in synthesis with natural materials in an earthy palette. Highend design furniture are matched with handmade lamps, artisanal objects with antiques, cotton and linen fabrics with soft leather, fine tiles with handcrafted floors. Every detail makes a difference – from the woven baskets and the compact speakers to the large couches and the chaises-longues.
The 100 sqm “Authentic Villa” with private pool and sea view offers an authentic and luxurious Myconian experience.
With a beautiful, unpretentious and crystal clear private beach serviced with healthy delicacies and stylish sunbeds, the WILD hotel provides a true Cycladic experience to its guests. The swimming pool overlooking the Aegean sea is ideal for those who wish to relax and decompress, or even socialize over cocktails, freshly pressed juices or excellently brewed coffee
Embracing the slow food philosophy the tastes at the WILD are all about delicious food, local produce and fresh ingredients cooked slowly with traditional techniques. At the Wild food is tied up with a unique experience, elevating your senses and pleasing your palate, whether enjoying homemade breads and power smoothies during breakfast, steamed mussels accompanied by freshly cut french fries for lunch, a poke bowl with salmon and a delicious pizza at the beach or the Fisherman’s Oyster paired with a fine wine at the RAW.
Simple and unpretentious, the TAVERNA is traditional at heart and contemporary in spirit. Savoury and crispy pies made with handmade phyllo, fresh vegetables sourced from the island farms, local Myconian cheeses, and the freshest fish food are there to delight your palate. Daily plates are on the menu featuring authentic recipes from all over Greece. The quality is top – from the meat that is served to the catch of the day.
Curved on the rocks, with enthralling views to the sea, RAW, the new restaurant at the WILD hotel is a feast for the senses. A dinner only restaurant, the new RAW at the WILD hotel is an ode to raw delights. Blessed with a unique location, curved on the rocks, the RAW is secluded and private, a place to be seduced and enjoy a fusion of Mediterranean and Japanese flavours. Tables for two, four or six are scattered in different levels surrounded by the wildly beautiful scenery and the inspiring views to the sea. Emphasis is on delectable seafood, sourced daily by local fishermen and sushi prepared masterfully by Greek-Japanese chef Kazouaki Sitamori.
Note: The salads are more than creative including vegan choices prepared by guru vegan chef Danae Tsekoura. Don’t miss the divine desserts – totally worth the sin.
The WILD open air gym offers highend fitness equipment and of course a magnificient view to the big blue of the Aegean. The open air shower comes as a plus adding to the overall experience.
The Spa is small and private, designed for rejuvenation and relaxation of body, mind and soul. Enjoy hydro massage in the open air spa pool, with the shape of a curved cave or just indulge in massages and therapies custom made to your needs.
The WILD is an expression of the philosophy and eclectic taste of the Varveris family, true lovers of Mykonos island.
“We wanted to preserve the emotions the island exhales to incorporate the experiencePhilip Varveris
of “our” Mykonos in a place – wild at heart, mesmerising, unspoilt, nonchalant and, at the same time, filled with culture, excitement and cosmopolitan flair. The energy of this tiny Cycladic island that artists and bon vivants, free spirits and insightful travellers, have fallen in love with for decades,”
He and his older brother Alex are the creative forces behind the WILD curators of the hotel’s concept and design. “Along with a team of remarkable people,” they add.
Up here, where the Culinaria in the Farmer’s Cross used to stand, culinary enjoyment and stylish living enter into a new liaison – passionate, adventurous, pure. Elisabeth and Manfred Kofler invite you to two Appartements with mountain views and Private Dining. For living. To feel good. To dream. Just be in the moment, relax and let yourself go. Two apartments with a view of Merano and the surrounding mountains invite you to rediscover happiness. Lively and light. Determined by the clear and modern design, which encourages you to linger through the light-flooded rooms. This is how a vacation in Dorf Tirol goes.
A bathtub overlooking the orchards and a panoramic terrace that almost touches the sky. High above Merano, in a vacation apartment perfect for unwinding – for a week or even longer. There are no limits to the time.
Experience the culinary diversity of South Tyrol in a living room atmosphere. Give free rein to your own creativity in a fully equipped premium kitchen or enjoy the panoramic view while dining in the spacious dining area – every moment tells its own story that will be remembered.
It is cooked up – very exclusively in a small circle. The finest delicacies are prepared fresh on site. It sizzles. Corks pop. Dinner is served, cheers! A moment that invites you to join in, watch or simply enjoy.
Manfred Kofler was born in the village of Tyrol and is a passionate cook. He learned his craft in international restaurants. Back in South Tyrol, traditional and Mediterranean influences in particular shaped his cuisine at Culinaria im Farmerkreuz. In 2017, he earned a Guide Michelin star for it. Now a new adventure begins – quality, creativity and passion remain.
Right on the quay, between the Schlossberg and the river Mur, you’ll find the building housing the Kai 36 hotel, which has been listed for several decades. With its modern feel, stylish design and outstanding quality, it’s a popular meeting place for travellers from all over the world.
One of the most striking features of Kai 36 is its unique design and architecture. The hotel building presents a fusion of modern and classic styles, with elegant, clean lines and contemporary artworks to be seen throughout the hotel. The interior design of the hotel impresses with its eye-catching artworks on the walls and in the public areas. The attention to detail and sense of style is sure to leave a lasting impression on guests.
The Poolhouse room has a breathtaking view over the rooftops of Graz. It is located just a few steps away from the pool on the rooftop terrace, making it a perfect retreat for guests who want to take a refreshing dip or sunbathe. The room also has its own small, landscaped terrace where guests can relax in a tranquil setting. Whether for a weekend getaway or a longer stay, the Poolhouse room offers a perfect blend of relaxation and comfort.
Experience luxury and relaxation 20 metres above the streets in the outdoor pool at Kai 36. The open-air oasis provides the perfect escape from the hectic city scene and allows you to unwind in style. Whether you want to swim a few lengths, relax with a book or simply chill in the water, the pool at Kai 36 is definitely a highlight.
The Café Bar at Kai 36 offers guests a comfortable and relaxed environment in which to enjoy breakfast or a drink. A host of delicious dishes from the local area feature on the menu. The use of regional and fresh ingredients is a prerequisite so as to create unforgettable culinary experiences. The warm and inviting atmosphere of the Café Bar means it is also the perfect place for those who want to spend a quiet and pleasant evening in Graz.
This is a place where art and culture are placed front and centre. With over 150 works of art throughout the hotel, there’s inspiration to be found at every turn. 50 of them can be found in the Café Bar alone. Esther Stocker will be happy to keep you company over a cup of tea, while the gaze of a Harding Meyer will become more intriguing than stern after one – or two – glasses of wine. In the rooms also, you’ll find the walls adorned with original works by international artists.
The Apfelhotel Torgglerhof is a delightful and traditional hotel located in St. Leonhard in the Passeiertal valley. It is surrounded by the beautiful Alpine landscape of the region and offers its guests a peaceful and laid-back setting.
The hotel has been run by the Torggler family for several generations and provides guests from around the world with an unforgettable experience. No matter whether you want to unwind while immersed in picturesque nature or discover the culture and traditions of the location, here you’ll find everything your heart could possibly desire. The Apfelhotel Torgglerhof is an oasis of tranquillity and relaxation, where well-being resides amid tradition and innovation.
The Garden Suite is the perfect spot for those seeking absolute calm. This is where modern design meets natural materials. Plentiful natural light lends the suite a homely, living room feel. It’s a place you won’t want to leave. You can also enjoy the view of the beautiful green landscape that surrounds the hotel. A real highlight is the outdoor swing bed on the 17-square-metre terrace.
Dive into nature and look inward. Enveloped by Mother Earth, the Brunnenhaus.Spa is carefully embedded in nature. A green mound that surrenders itself to the landscape. The old wooden doorway at the entrance is evidence of permanence and allows a view through to the interior. A stone fountain out of which the farm’s own source water flows, clay walls, a crackling fire and plenty of places to retreat to have a cosy effect. Bright, open rooms draw the gaze towards the green surroundings. Inside or outside – nature is always within reach.
The perfect blend of cuisine and nature, taking time to eat good food. The Apfelhotel Torgglerhof offers unique gastronomic experiences prepared using traditional methods. Fresh regional produce and innovative recipes make every visit an unforgettable moment in time.
Fresh vegetables from the garden, sweet fruits from the trees, fine wines from our own vineyard. Junior chef Christian is proud of the fact that he only cooks using what’s fresh and seasonal. Christian’s ingredients are simple, but it’s how they’re prepared that makes them special.
In the heart of the historic city of Antwerp is the upscale and beautifully designed Hotel Julien. This urban retreat offers guests an oasis of calm in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Housed in two 16th century buildings, the hotel has been lovingly restored, effortlessly combining authentic elements with modern furnishings to provide guests with every comfort.
The hotel’s location makes it the perfect base from which to explore the beautiful city. A haven for cosmopolitans, it is within walking distance of the main shopping streets and some of Belgium’s most famous design studios and hottest restaurants.
In the rooms, heavenly beds await with custom Egyptian percale linens and soft down pillows to lull you to sleep at night. Designer furniture and limited edition photographs by Gallery 51, highlight the unique character of each room. The softest, fluffiest towels to snuggle into after a luxurious shower or bath in a Carrara marble bath. The exclusive skin care products are from AESOP.
A concierge service is available day and night. From private chauffeur, insider tips, restaurant reservations, tickets for events at the best places in the city to flower service, here no wish remains unfulfilled.
Hotel Julien serves light meals and finger foods during the day and evening. The menu features homemade dishes prepared with the freshest ingredients. Please note that the breakfast lounge, bar, and rooftop terrace are not only open to hotel guests, and outside guests are also welcome.
Enjoy a delicious cocktail at the bar before dinner, relax in front of the fireplace with the daily newspaper or enjoy a good glass of wine on the roof terrace with spectacular views of the cathedral.
The SPA, a hidden treasure in the historic cellars of the Hotel Julien, is your personal sanctuary in the city. Take a break from everyday stress and experience wellness in its purest form. You will be pampered from head to toe as soon as you enter the SPA. The ancient teachings of Feng Shui have been applied in the design to ensure complete harmony and inner balance.
The highly qualified massage therapists offer a wide range of facial and body treatments, as well as innovative rituals. The soothing treatments, pampering packages and award-winning Bamford products have been carefully selected.
The hotel is in a prime location, so most of the sights are within easy reach. The Belgian port city is the perfect city for a short vacation. Especially for those interested in fashion, design and art. Antwerp is also famous as an important trading center for diamonds.
A former Augustinian monastery is transformed into an urban retreat that embraces the sacred soul of the site while captivating with modernist touches in every little detail.
The hotel is located in Het Groen Kwartier (the Green Quarter) a traffic-free area on the site of a large 19th-century former military hospital that once belonged to the Belgian Army. Van Hool and De Scheemaecker, the owners of the hotel, immediately recognized the potential. It is a lively neighborhood with many new stores, restaurants and small cafes. It is close to the Zurenborg neighborhood with its impressive Art Nouveau and fin-de-siècle mansions.
For the reconstruction, of the property consisting of 5 buildings, the well-known Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen could be won. He is one of the leading figures in the Antwerp design scene. His style is unobtrusive, subtle and timeless. In some ways, he combines modernity with a touch of conservatism.
The former monastery houses 44 rooms and suites, ranging in size from 16 to 41 square meters. All have a double bed, a flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, a laptop safe, a well-stocked minibar, wireless speakers, Egyptian percale bedding, a private bathroom with a walk-in shower (some with a freestanding bathtub), and Le Labo toiletries.
The crowning glory of Augustinian heritage. The lavish august Suite welcomes you with a personal living room, a large sleeping area and a private bathroom with walk-in shower and large bathtub. Enjoy views of the courtyard, chapel and swimming pond from your private balcony. The room is accessible via a small staircase.
The restaurant is located in the corridor surrounding the original chapel. From the beginning of the restoration, everything has been carefully planned to offer a unique dining experience in the authentic spaces of the monastery.
Expect seasonal menus that focus on the produce, the season and the terroir. A creative culinary experience curated by Nick Bril. Nick and Chef Pieter Starmans define august’s cuisine as modern brasserie fare. Enjoy a refined meal under the black steel and glass roof of the conservatory.
Enjoy elegant drinks and tasty bar food at the august Bar. The august Bar is open to everyone. Experience the beautiful garden with covered, heated terrace and the atmospheric ambience inside while relaxing in the lounge.
The hotel’s own wellness area invites you to warm up in the sauna and hammam. Cool off with a fresh ice scrub, in the outdoor shower on the adjacent “Cour Anglaise” or in the outdoor swimming pond. August Wellness has a separate entrance and is also accessible to non-hotel guests.
The hotel is adjacent to PAKT, an exciting repurposed industrial site that houses a melting pot of creative businesses in renovated warehouses and has an ambitious “agriculture in the city” rooftop project.
Also nearby are the Zurenborg district, with its impressive Art Nouveau and fin-de-siècle mansions, the De Koninck brewery – a family business that has been brewing the local beer “Bolleke” since 1833 – and the main thoroughfare. Jane, a two Michelin-starred restaurant, is located in the former hospital chapel in the center of the complex.
The area is perfect for exploring by bike, on foot, or by public transportation.
Located 20km from Palma, LJs Ratxó is close to the island’s capital, but a world away from the stresses of daily life. LJs Ratxó is located in the “Puig de Galatzó Reserve” with 2.5 million m2 and surrounded by the mountains of the Serra Tramuntana. A magical valley with its own stream where nature and peace reign supreme.
Owner Lisa Jane Cross, together with interior designer Blanca Rosselló, has transformed this 14th century Mallorcan finca into a paradise for lovers of the new sustainable luxury. An authentic hotel in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains.
At LJs Ratxó, everything seems to have its place. Despite the cozy and very familiar atmosphere, no detail is improvised. The hotel is the realization of the dream of its owners, Lorenzo Fluxá Domene and Lisa Jane Cross. If you want to know the real DNA of Mallorca and also have an affinity for design, this 5-star hotel with only 25 rooms is the place for you.
The complex is surrounded by holm oaks, pines and olive trees. The necessary pruning in caring for the trees passes through the hands of the 6-person carpentry team employed by the hotel. The result of their craftsmanship is reflected in the rooms and suites – terrace tables, wooden boxes, elegant lamps, various bathroom utensils.
The rooms are decorated in neutral tones, with cool stone underfoot and the unique furniture made of sustainable wood. The ambience is best described as a mix between boho chic and the charm of rural Mallorca.
The most exclusive Suite has a living room and a separate bedroom. It also has a dining room where you can enjoy a romantic dinner. The Royal Suite has two large fully equipped bathrooms, one of them en suite. Enjoy complete privacy while taking a dip in your private pool with mountain views, accessible with a private staircase. Relax on one of the 4 terraces or enjoy the indoor Jacuzzi.
The 2 restaurants, Roots and Arratxa, only use the freshest products, whenever possible. Both restaurants have a warm and inviting atmosphere, and the professional, friendly staff are here to ensure that every meal is a memorable culinary experience. Maria Salinas also known as the “Madame de cuisine” turns flavors into poetry. She has fun with her profession and makes her guests part of it. Her creation of flavors will make you return to moments of true happiness.
At LJs Ratxó Eco Luxury Retreat, one is always close to nature. It is this proximity that helps to reconnect with Earth. The natural beauty that surrounds the hotel creates an unforgetable wellness experiences. The products are 100% organic, grown and produced in Spain and Mallorca, cruelty-free, without parabens, sulfates, silicone, or chemicals. A spa concept that respects the environment and which is nourished by the richness of the sourrounding nature. Plants, essential oils from the Serra Tramuntana, sea salt from Es Trenc, fresh lavender or homemade honey are some of the ingredients of the treatments and massages that are offered.
The hotel has a beautifully situated outdoor pool and an indoor pool with a solarium.
Guests enjoy a complimentary 30-minute yoga practice session. Taster class available upon request.
The complimentary concierge service organizes your personal Mallorca experience and takes your stay to the next level.
The Refugium is located directly on the church square in Lunz am See, the Ybbs and the Gothic parish church from the 15th century to the side. The history of the house with its 23 rooms also goes back 5 centuries.
The owners, Joachim Mayr and Heinz Glatzl, felt obligated to this history when remodeling. They did not want to create just another design hotel, but rather a tender coexistence between old and new, a place of contemplation and refuge, precisely the Refugium.
The vision of a place where the desire for new things and the appreciation of the past find common expression has taken shape with the Refugium. Heart and soul, dedication and the clear aesthetic concept are reflected in the design of the rooms. It is a skillful play with textures, structures, shapes and colors. The commitment to authentic craftsmanship and attention to detail can be seen and felt throughout the hotel.
Numerous partners, from the Formdepot cooperative founded by Joachim and Heinz, were involved in the remodeling and furnishing of the hotel. Formdepot is an association of craftsmen, architects and designers based in Vienna Ottakring.
With 46m² and a large terrace overlooking the church, this suite offers enough space. Besides a living room with a small library and 2 bedrooms, the suite also has a sauna.
Fanny laughs a lot and likes people. That’s a good prerequisite for pretty much everything at the Refugium. Especially for making the guests feel comfortable. Christian takes care of the physical well-being.
In the kitchen, Christian Metzger is in charge and he follows a simple philosophy: not more of everything, but enough of the essentials. A special kind of luxury. Care, passion and time go into everything that is put on the table.
In addition to his work as Sous Chef at the famous “Motto am Fluß” in Vienna, he ran the restaurant “Die Metzgerei” together with Fanny with great success.
After careful restoration, the classic structure of the house blends seamlessly with the local architecture and complements the beauty of the surroundings.
The heart of La Valise is the oasis in the courtyard. Here, time ceases to exist. The gently swaying lemon trees, the murmur of the water and the sun’s incoming rays make space and time melt away. A double Chichimeca staircase forms the center of the garden and frames the ancient cultural omens. The aesthetics of the architecture and the staged design elements create a serene, almost mystical athmosphere.
The rooms and suites highlight the uniqueness of Mexican craftsmanship and Aztec symbolism. Contrasted with modern design elements, an ensemble is created that combines the past and the present.
La Valise San Miguel was designed by Mexican-Italian artist Pedro Friedberg, who left his signature on the wall embossments in the hotel’s suites. The artist and designer is known for his surrealist works characterized by lines, colors and ancient symbols.
They enjoy their breakfast either in the suite, in the courtyard or another cozy niche in the hotel. Ingredients for the delicious smoothies or local pastry specialties all come from the region. La Valise doesn’t have a restaurant, but it does offer a range of appetizers, wines, and cocktails to round out your culinary stay.
Spa treatments are performed right in your suite. The experienced therapists offer a range of massages, facials and rituals for body, mind and soul.
The master suite, Grande Dame, is the largest suite that acts as the ultimate pied-à-terre in San Miguel, your home away from home. It features a cozy living room and spacious bedroom with contrasting black and white mid-century design. The bathroom houses a granite tub under two domes that create a surreal mood with stars, mirrors and shimmering lights.
Along the colonial street of La Roma in Mexico City are the most elegant townhouses in the Mexican capital. One of these houses is home to the exclusive boutique hotel La Valise Mexico City. This hidden gem with only 3 rooms, has become a real insider tip since its opening. Those who want to stay here should plan well in advance. Curated collectibles and antiques combined with Namron’s own design create a world that enchants. In the middle of the lively metropolis and yet an oasis of tranquility.
In the La Terrazza Suite you have the choice – do I sleep under the open sky, or rather with a roof over my head. A king size bed slides onto the large private terrace if you wish. Under the open sky, under a cozy blanket, you can enjoy your favorite movies over the city streets. Refined luxury and selected art complete the extravagant ambience of the suite.
The hotel doesn’t have an in-house restaurant, but renowned chef Elena Reygades of the Italian-Mexican restaurant Rosetta, will whip up a unique menu for guests to enjoy in their suite upon request. Those who prefer to go out to dine are spoiled for choice in the La Rosa neighborhood. Countless gourmet restaurants are on the doorstep.