It’s that time of the year that we start to think a lot about travelling and relaxing, because summer holidays are close. So, BRABBU team brings you today the 5 best luxury resort interiors, to relax and enjoy the most, but also with good taste.
Have a look at our selection of the 5 best luxury resort interiors.
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1. GIBSON BEACH, HAMPTONS, US
The weekend playground of many stylish New Yorkers, the glamorous Gibson Beach is often referred to as the St. Tropez of the States. Don’t forget to pack your Agent Provocateur towel as these sandy shores are known to attract quite a stylish set.
Check Into: The Maidstone, East Hampton
“This serene and stately, white clapboard hideaway has been renovated in a distinctive Scandinavian style. The 19-room hotel showcases Svenskt Tenn florals and audacious colour-blocking. All the bedrooms are different, and boldly styled. I love the adjoining His Majesty’s Suite and Her Royal Highness’ Suites, with fleur-de-lis wallpaper and deep claw-foot bath tubs in gold and silver; and the dramatic Edvard Munch Room – all wingbacks and old-gold walls, its bathroom outfitted in gleaming black Swedish slate.” – Tamara Heber Percy
2. WHITEHAVEN BEACH, HAMILTON ISLAND, AUSTRALIA
Part of the 74 islands that make up the Whitsundays, Whitehaven Beach is a pristine, award-winning beach on Whitsunday Island. Stretching over seven kilometres and boasting a brilliant white silica sand that is amongst the purest in the world, your newly painted toe nails will be in heaven sinking into the sand here.
Check Into: Qualia, Hamilton Island, Australia
“Built by Australian billionaire, winemaker and sailing enthusiast, Bob Oatley, this truly idyllic resort has a no-expense-spared feel, and all 30 acres of immaculately landscaped grounds exude class. The space was harmoniously designed by architect Chris Beckingham, and celebrates natural materials, mostly wood and stone, all meticulously detailed and finished. Inside, it’s elegantly furnished with muted organic tones and adorned with Dennis Nona’s Aboriginal-inspired artworks and interiors by Freedman Rembel using fabrics and patterns inspired by nature.” – Tamara Heber Percy
3. MAYA BAY, KO PHI PHI, THAILAND
Made famous the world over after being featured on the film The Beach, Maya Bay is a stunningly beautiful bay secluded by 100-metre high cliffs. Be warned – with the sea water so bright and the sand as soft powder, don’t be surprised if you never leave.
Check Into: Zeavola, Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
“This is a favourite beach-chic retreat where you can saunter barefoot through the beach-front villas, that at first glance, little more than a scattering of dinky wooden huts. Closer up, however, it’s clear that the Thai-village enclave has been cleverly designed to mask all-mod-con luxury with a veneer of rustic island charm. All Zeavola’s villas are fashioned entirely from teak and coloured with warm amber toners and any vestiges of modern life are cunningly concealed inside traditional Thai furniture.” – Tamara Heber Percy
4. ANSE SOURCE A’ARGENT, LA DIGUE, SEYCHELLES
The spot really does have all of the stuff that dream destinations are made of: the softest of sand (which is pink), swaying palm trees, calm waters, granite boulders tumbling into the sea, tropical climes, secluded location and is part of the archipelago – 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. Run, don’t walk.
Check Into: Maia Luxury Resort & Spa, Seychelles
“Designed by American landscape artist and architect Bill Bensley, these luxurious thatched villas have a peaceful and private Balinese air. All the Indian Ocean clichés – palms rippling in the warm breeze, white sand abutting turquoise waters – are made reality here, and all you have to do is roll out your rattan sun mat in the midst of the 12 acres of coconut and mango groves and rare plant species that make up the truly enchanting gardens.” – Tamara Heber Percy
5. MATIRA BEACH, BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA
Dotted with holiday-perfect bungalows sitting atop stilts across long stretches of secluded beaches, this is a truly picturesque beach spot that is a popular honeymoon destination.
Check Into: Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Bora Bora
“Supermodel-beautiful, Bora Bora’s jungle-green central island is surrounded by a beyond-blue lagoon and this Polynesian escape hotel has the best seat in the house, perched on a magical motu (mini isle) at the lagoon’s edge. Choose a seductive overwater bungalow for direct access to the water, or an ultra private Garden Pool Suite, with huge boudoirs, open-air showers, and a plunge pool, deck and shaded seating area in your own walled garden.” – Tamara Heber Percy
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