The next time you travel to the Greek Isles, consider booking a room at the Noūs Santorini hotel in Santorini, Greece. Check it out.
If you haven’t been to Santorini, Greece, you are missing out. I’m not saying it’s an easy or cheap place to visit, but if you can get there, it is well worth your time. There is no other place like it, in my opinion. And the next time I’m there, I plan to stay at the Noūs Santorini hotel.
The new hotel, opening this month, was designed by Divercity Architects and MPlusM. The minimalist look allows guests to enjoy the beauty of Santorini and the Aegean Sea all around. Most of the 121 rooms are small bungalows with a private pool and breathtaking views.
Taking its cues from its context, the Noūs Santorini hotel design is rooted in the island’s traditional settlements and vernacular architecture. Employing local crafts, and white and neutral colours for a clean interior backdrop that is anchored to the ground, the spaces feel earthy, highlighted with terracotta shades and vibrant warm colours. Patterns reference the island’s famous archaeological murals, while contemporary art dots the private and communal areas. The interior is furnished with a mix of bespoke designs and pieces by international industry icons, such as Doshi Levien, Konstantin Grcic, and Faye Toogood.wallpaper.com
Are you ready to book your stay? Visit the Noūs Santorini official site.