Casa Cook – Rhodes

By Kobu
12th November 2019

Casa Cook aspires to connect a new tribe of travellers – foodies, creators, trekkers, soul searchers, beach buffs, dancers, dreamers – individuals bound together by similar values and their shared quest for a deep, fulfilling experience.

 

 

Taking cues from how we live and why we travel, each Casa Cook property emphasises wellbeing for the body and the soul. Healthy food, spa, yoga, music and excursions in nature – each moment of mindfulness enrich your stay.

 

Inspired by the nomadic way of life, this property’s character comes from natural surfaces and earthy tones. Lounging pillows and hand-picked accessories add to the warm, bohemian atmosphere — a personal space in which to kick back and slow down.

 

The dusty, earthy tones of…well, almost everything at Casa Cook, create a bohemian and stylish kind of chic. They use classic Greek design elements like smooth stone floors that rise up into sofas and beds. While sideboards filled with local products are in keeping with the neo-hippie, nomadic design.

 

We love the way this property flows. The inside-outside cube-like suites and shared spaces let light stream in and air breeze around the whole hotel. Most of the buildings are bordered by water, adding to this fluidity. Lose hours, maybe even days, soaking in the carefree, drifter vibe.

 

See full listing here.

 

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