Now that the holiday weekend has come and gone, if you’re reading this right now, you’re most likely imagining your next getaway. With summer in full bloom its hard not to think about palm trees, amazing beaches, and views to die for,so our team at Trendland decided to take a break from the heat and share our favorite DesignHotels destinations. If your not familiar with the site, DesignHotels is a website that features hotels across the globe that have exceptional design, hospitality, cultural authenticity, architecture and more. They have a selection of over 200 hotels from 40+ countries, check out their site to make a destination list of your own!
“Melding the carefree finesse of the ’60s bohemian life with a down-to-earth “gypset” approach, at San Giorgio, everything is about ease and enjoyment. Leisure is writ large and guests are encouraged to store or spend energy as they please.” Read More
“Entering La Banane on the Caribbean island of Saint Barthélemy, visitors instantly feel immersed in a world of vintage luxury and privacy. Villa owners Jean Marc Israël and Benjamin Fabbri have a passion for highly-collectable furniture from the 1950s.” Read More
“Staggered among boulders on a secluded hill in the wine-growing region of Valle de Guadalupe, these luxury cabins, known as Hotel Endemico, bring guests into direct contact with nature. Blending seamlessly with the surrounding landscape, the expansive views of the mountains and fertile wine-growing soils are given pride of place.” Read More
“Located in the heart of the Medina, or historic city, of Marrakech, the AnaYela is surrounded on all sides by the bustling souks, cafes and nightclubs of the lively Red City. Housed in a 300-year-old palace, the hotel is named for a former occupant, a girl named Yela who left behind an intimate journal in one of its secret rooms.” Read More
“Hexagonal thatched-roof buildings, volcanic Jamaican coastline, and sparkling turquoise waters give the Rockhouse Hotel a look and feel that’s straight out of a Robinson Crusoe fantasy. The truth is not far off: the resort designers sought to mimic the seamless merging of man and nature so beautifully exemplified by African village life” Read More…