10 Hotels with the most beautiful architecture

Seaside Finolhu (Maldives) has a rustic design, while Eremito (Italy) is built with a 13th-century rock that combines a medieval style.

Dailymail has selected the hotels with beautiful architecture from the collection of Design Hotels – a website specializing in introducing and providing accommodation for more than 300 luxury hotels in 50 countries.

Nature Eco Residences, Santorini, Greece

Mainly built with stone, Nature Eco Residences offers a private space with light-toned furniture, open spaces and especially “eye-catching” sea views. The hotel has only 15 rooms, located near the old village of Akrotiri, Santorini. Photo: Designhotels

Olea All Suite, Tsilivi, Greece

This is a hotel designed by Block722architects of Stockholm (Sweden). The hotel has 93 suites on an area of 4,000 square meters surrounding a large swimming pool built to simulate a lake with a winding lake under olive canopy. In it, the largest room (presidential suite) is over 100 square meters, including an infinity pool and private balcony. Photo: Designhotels

Iniala Beach House, Phuket, Thailand

The hotel once welcomed the famous Kardashian family in 2014 and was described by Design Hotels as a “masterpiece of design”. The number of rooms here is very limited with only 3 villas, 2 suites and 1 penthouse. The hotel has architecture that combines traditional Thai features with contemporary and luxurious cubes. Photo: Agoda

Seaside Finolhu, Maldives

The beach hotel features a rustic and contemporary interior design. The private villas are built with natural thatched roof, the exterior gently harmonizes with nature. Seaside Finolhu Maldives includes 125 villas, half of which have private swimming pools. Photo: Designhotels

Rockhouse, Negril, Jamaica

This hotel in the top of this beautiful architecture is located by the sea, built on large cliffs and has stone stairs, infinity pool to make room for guests to relax and enjoy the beach of the Caribbean. In one of the 40 bungalows, from the bed you also have a view of the cool blue sea and the Jamaican coastline. Photo: Telegraph

Alaia, Pichilemu, Chile

The hotel has 12 suites decorated in a minimalist style, furnished with rough wooden beams, windsurfing equipment, paintings and sculptures. In front of the hotel is a long beach with waves suitable for surfing. Photo: Designhotels

Eremito, Umbria, Italy

Built with 130,000 large stone slabs on an abandoned house amidst lush green hills, Eremito has the look of classic Italian architecture with 13th century construction methods. Inside the hotel is decorated in Chinese style. ancient with shimmering candlelight everywhere but still has modern and luxurious furniture. The hotel has 21 rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool, sauna … Photo: Designhotels

Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa, Gonnesweiler, Germany

Designhotels commented that Seezeitlodge is “a wonderful place to stay” with a space surrounded by large oak rows, hills and gentle streams. The hotel has 98 rooms of all kinds and an herb garden and unique “sauna village” for guests to relax and restore health. Photo: Designhotels

Domaine Des Andéols, Saint-Saturnin-Lès-Apt, France

Only 1 hour from the bustling city of Avignon is the “pearl” of Domaine Des Andéols. The hotel consists of 19 villas, many villas with private pools and gardens, in addition to the whole area there is a large swimming pool, 2 restaurants, spa, art spaces, and surrounded by purple lavender garden. From the interior, the decorative art works to the cuisine are Provencal. Photo: Designhotels

Ion Adventure, Selfoss, Iceland

The beautiful architecture of the luxurious concrete block is a fun way to call Ion Adventure – the hotel is like a phoenix revived from the ashes of an abandoned motel. The inside of the hotel impresses with accents from wood-paneled furniture and native lava stone. Not only a place to stay, Ion Adventure is also a rendezvous point for creativity and fun. The hotel has 45 rooms, restaurant, bar, spa, outdoor swimming pool … surrounded by natural landscapes of the land of fire and ice. Photo: Designhotels

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