Beautiful Hotels Offering Reopening Discounts This Summer
With many already vaccinated in countries across the world, hotels are looking forward to hosting guests again. To celebrate their reopening, Andenia in Peru and Palazzo Daniele in Italy under the Design Hotels collection are welcoming guests with tantalising offers that just make you want to #booknowtravellater. Here are some of the beautiful independent hotels you might want to check out for future travels.
Located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Andenia is a relaxing resort with muted, natural tones throughout its rooms and common areas. About a 4-hour drive to Santa Teresa, where tours to Machu Picchu starts, this beautiful hotel should be your base – or at least one of your stops, should you visit the majestic Incan ruins.
One of the things you would love about Adenia is that staying here would feel like a real Peruvian experience. The owners, architects and designers wanted guests to take in the environment slowly and just enjoy living. The colour palette of grey, brown, beige and white is soothing, while artisanal furniture pieces made by locals inject a chill Peruvian vibe.
Meanwhile, the restaurant serves authentic Peruvian food as well as international cuisine using produce plucked straight from the hotel’s garden.
Currently offering 25% off in conjunction with their reopening, room rates at Adenia start from about USD100 per night.
Palazzo Daniele, Puglia, Italy
At Palazzo Daniele is where classical architecture meets minimalist interior decor. Think abandoned palace restored to its formal glory but designed to be more spartan, furniture-wise. This, however, does shift the focus from beds and sofas to the wonderful art works displayed throughout, including some ancient portraits saved from the building’s past. If the words Luigi Presicce lamp, Nicolas Party stools, Roberto Cuoghi sculpture, Simon d’Exea light box, Mohamed Namou’s “pocket”, and Carla Accardi’s lithography brings any meaning to you, then Palazzo Daniele is perfect for you.
The hotel is located in Gagliano Del Capo, in the Penisola Salentina, also known as Salento. In this area, you’ll find many neoclassical, Baroque and Byzantine architecture that totally match the hotel’s vibe.
In the summer, the poolside is where it’s at with music at the orangery, a tapas bar and fire pit in the open-air courtyard where you can cosily snuggle with a loved one during cold nights.
Rates at Palazzo Daniele start at USD474 per room per night, with a 25% discount offered for their reopening.
If you love staying at boutique hotels with personal stories behind its design a concept, take a look at the Design Hotels website first to find that perfect accommodation that actually fits your personality and travel style.
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