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  • August 30, 2022 5 min read

    Oftentimes, the regular traveller runs into a bit of a situation - deciding which accommodation to stay at that best fits their needs - a hotel, an Airbnb, or a cruise ship stay. And as travelling begins to ramp up again with remote work and destination trips being a trend for seemingly years to come, the perfect accommodation and interior design make all the difference - and the experience that much better.



    With its vast western culture and history, warm climate, and a wonderful variety of flora and fauna, the Mediterranean is a place of utter wonder. By using natural materials and inspiration around their space, they present some of the best designs and art the world has to offer.


    Etosoto Formentera, Spain; photography supplied by Taschen

    Located in Spain, the sleek white interior and wicker furniture in the Etosoto Formentera gives a calming environment where you can focus on completely relaxing and take on the views of the country. The exterior of the place also perfectly adds to the landscape without disturbing the area.


    The Wild Hotel by Interni, Greece; photography supplied by Taschen

    Mykonos in Greece, known for its steep cliffs, white facade, and aquamarine waters. The Wild Hotel by Interni keeps the theme of using neutral tones throughout their interiors that promote total relaxation and warmth - just what a real vacation is about.


    Hotel Splendido, Italy; photography supplied by Tashcen


    The Hotel Splendido, Italy, is one of the best hotels that not only displays amazing views, but presents the best of what the region has to offer. Their interiors are colourful, vibrant, and very artistic in nature - and reflect the Italian style perfectly. Grab a glass of wine, sit back, and relax with your favourite book in hand.




    Europe’s biggest and greatest mountain range - The Alps. Formed millions of years ago, they became a popular destination for travellers in the late eighteenth century – first for adventurers and explorers, then for artists and writers, and finally for everyone who wanted to spend summer in the fresh air of this wonderful scenery or take part in winter sports.


    Schloss Elmau, Krun, Germany; photo supplied by Taschen

    A four-story castle turned into a beautiful accommodation, the Schloss Elmau has an impeccable view of the mountain range. They have special treatments and luxury experiences for travellers looking to enjoy a scenic view and what the region has to offer.


    Hotel Palazzo Salis, Soglio, Switzerland; photography supplied by Taschen

    Located in the historic region of Soglio in Switzerland, the hotel Palazzo Salis is one where antiquity and nature are joined. Green grass, tall trees, and the overarching snow-topped mountains are just some of the beauties you will get to see in the region.


    Hotel Fex, Switzerland; photography supplied by Taschen

    Situated between a scooping mountain range, the views are impeccable and nearly unbelievable. Inside, the Hotel Fex you will find the rustic European flare to life with plenty of wooden fixtures, soft textures, and subtle pop of colours throughout the space.




    Known for its hot climate and a profound variety of megafauna & flora - the second largest content and second largest population following Asia is much more than just that. Natural resources, cultural significance attributed to tribal traditions, and a plethora of undiscovered things entail this exciting travel destination.


    Bisate Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda; photography supplied by Taschen

    Utilizing the natural space of an inactive volcano crater, the Bistae Lodge in Rwanda not only features the beautiful greenery of the region (much to people's surprise), also boasts many nearby activities such as hiking. Inspired by Rwandan royalty, the interior and exterior of the stay is designed to match its traditions with a flare of modern characteristics.


    Arijiju, Lewa Borana Conservancy, Laikipia County, Kenya; photography supplied by Taschen

    Open the doors and take in the warm air from the great county of Kenya. The expansive and secluded property of Arijiju takes designs from the rock-hewn churches of Ethiopia, and of stone and timber nearby. Grassed roofs and solar power is their main source of energy. With a relaxing interior of beige and browns, tall windows, and a green exterior as far as the eyes can see - it's a destination worth visiting. 


    Berber Lodge Province Al Haouz, Morocco; photography supplied by Taschen

    Inspired by the lifestyle and architecture of the indigenous inhabitants of North Africa, the Berber Lodge in Marrakech, Morocco is one accommodation to stumble upon and stay. With a deep understanding of the surrounding environment along with the culture, the space is created to highlight both aspects - from the natural soils and plants to the sights, sounds, and scents the region carries.




    Through ancient wonders, world capitals, and tiny places with infectious personalities, Europe packs some serious travel punches. The world’s second-smallest continent makes up for its size with its intricate cultures and abundant charms. Boasting artistic masterpieces and architectural marvels as much as natural splendour.


    August Hotel, Antwerp, Belgium; photography supplied by Taschen

    Located in Antwerp Belgium, the former Augustinian Convent now turned into a wellness and vacation destination is a modern-day sanctuary. Designed with an interior utilizing neutral tones of beige, coffee, and subtle green, the space is created to bring a calming environment. Take a seat, grab a drink, and let the hospitality of the country take over. 


    L'arlatan Arles Provence, France; photography supplied by Taschen

    Situated in the Southern part of France, famed for inspiring the paintings of Van Gogh, the L'arlatan is one where vibrancy, playfulness, and complete fascination exists. A grand townhouse where each room is a unique work of art. You'll notice the modern yet subtle signs of history, culture, and charm. From pools to gardens, and delicious restaurants, the L'arlatan welcomes you.


    Helenkilde Badehotel, Tisvildeleje, Denmark; photography supplied by Taschen

    With beachfront views of the lovely waters of Denmark, the small town of Tisvildeleje offers a north coast style with a European aesthetic. Its interiors are subtle in colour in order to feature the natural beauty found within the essence of the environment. They don't shy from colours as touches of blue hues on their cushions still give a fresh style to the space.


    With the sector in a rapid period of growth and change, travel has experienced some of the buzziest headlines around the world. With 2020 seeing sudden drops in operations, demands, and emotional panic - 2022 is seeing signs of revitalization with enthusiasts eager to get out and explore more than just the destination at hand.

    Part of the journey is discovering the location that best fits your needs. Whether it's a place full of dense fauna to escape the urban lifestyle, a warm climate with easy access to a soft sandy beach, or an interior that promotes wellness and tranquillity - choosing the best location for you is the ultimate trip worth taking.