Holidays on the islands: 10 resorts around the world that are worth visiting and relaxing! – House and garden

Healing Stay Kosmos is contemporary and brings you in touch with nature (Photo: Healing Stay Kosmos / Reproduction)

With the end of the lockdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, our desire to leave for a heavenly place has only increased. Especially if it is an island with a natural landscape. In Europe or Asia, discover resorts that promise to be the right place to relax, unwind and enjoy nature!

1. Like Canggu, Indonesia

This hotel is a dream come true for anyone who wants to experience Bali. On the waterfront, the hotel has 64 suites and is located in Canggu, one of the most luxurious places in the city. The landscape speaks for itself and invades through the large round window. The interior is filled with white furniture and walls that contrast with copper tiles. The resort was designed by a Japanese architect Kichiro Ikebuhby italian interior designer Paola Navone and has landscaping Trevor Hiller. Guests are entitled to spa treatments and surf lessons.

The wide window allows you to feel like you are at sea (Photo: Como Uma Changu/Reproduction)

The wide window makes you feel like you are at sea (Photo: Como Uma Canggu / Reproduction)

2. Healing Stay Kosmos, South Korea

The view from this resort justifies a three-hour ferry ride from Gangneung harbor. Inside the volcanic island, the building has curved white concrete walls, while inside the rooms have white stone floors that contrast with the gray, wood and blue furnishings. Those who stay can visit sea caves, waterfalls, temples and exotic forests.

View from Healing Stay Kosmos (Photo: Healing Stay Kosmos/Reproduction)

View from Healing Stay Kosmos (Photo: Healing Stay Kosmos / Reproduction)

3. Amanera, Dominican Republic

Perched on a cliff about 18m high, the hotel overlooks Playa Grande, ocean and mountain scenery. With 25 houses designed by an architect John Hee, the visitor can retire while enjoying the private pools. With a large balcony, the rooms are open and natural light enters the environment. The hotel also has a golf course and a spa.

The Dominican sunset can be seen from inside the suites (Photo: Amanera/Reproduction)

The Dominican sunset can be seen from the suites (Photo: Amanera / Reproduction)

4. Anantara Kihavah Maldives, Maldives

The Maldives is a favorite place for many people, especially since this resort with small houses stands on the turquoise water that floods the island. developed Ed Poolthe buildings have leaf roofs and wooden walls.

The sea in the Maldives looks like a giant pool when viewed from above (Photo: Amanera/Reproduction)

The sea in the Maldives looks like a giant pool when viewed from above (Photo: Amanera / Reproduction)

5. Lower Reserve and Indonesia

The Anambas archipelago attracts many tourists with its sunny coast and the corals of the South China Sea. There is also the Bava Nature Reserve with over 35 hectares of pure nature. The resort includes six private islands, a dozen beaches and three lagoons, offering tents and overwater bungalows built from recycled wood.

The bungalow offers a special sunset view (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

The bungalow offers a special view of the sunset (Photo: Bawah Reserve / Reproduction)

6. Chempedak and Indonesia

architects Chico Virahadi, Ketut Indra Saputra e Miles Humphreys were inspired by the island of Robinson Crusoe to create an institution. Constructed entirely from bamboo and recycled wood, leaf roofs add a more natural feel to the design. The exterior decor is more modern, with wooden sun loungers and an infinity pool.

The beach at Chempedak Resort may seem completely yours (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

The beach at the Chempedak resort may seem completely yours (Photo: Chempedak / Reproduction)

7. Erosantorini, Greece.

Situated 300 meters above sea level, this 8,000 m² resort offers views of the Santorini landscape from its suites. Studio Architecture X2 divided the space into five cubic suites, so that they all have a view of the coast of the island. You can also see local volcanic rocks through the doors and windows. The interior is made from a mixture of concrete and white walls that are paired with minimalist furnishings. In addition, the rooms have a private infinity pool, so guests can watch the Greek sunset.

View of the Greek Sea is a privilege of Erosantorini (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

The view of the Greek sea is a privilege of Erosantorini (Photo: Erosantorini / Reproduction)

8. Olea All Suite Hotel, Greece

Located in the southeast of the Greek island of Zakynthos, the hotel was built Block722architects+, with modern design among the natural landscape. The 93 rooms are located next to the resort’s three restaurants and three bars. The suites surround the 4,000 square meter pool and are painted in natural tones. The indoor spa offers unusual treatments and Ayurvedic massage techniques.

Suites lead directly to the pool overlooking the sea (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

Suites lead directly to the pool at Olea All Suits (Photo: Olea All Suits/Reproduction)

9. Southern Ocean Lodge, Australia

Located on Australia’s third largest island, this Oceanic gem requires a half-hour flight from Adelaide followed by a nearly two-hour journey. With all the privacy and tranquility, the resort has 21 suites designed by an architect Max Pritchard. Perched on a cliff overlooking Hanson Bay, the 500km coastline allows for relaxing walks while drinking some of Australia’s finest wines.

The Southern Ocean Lodge has a cellar with the best Australian wines (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

The Southern Ocean Lodge has a cellar with the best Australian wines (Photo: Southern Ocean Lodge / Reproduction)

10. Naka Phuket, Thailand

Facing the Thai Sea, this 94-room hotel features a private pool. The glass suites offer breathtaking views of the turquoise sea and the mountains surrounding the bay. The interior of the buildings is covered in warmer-toned wood, giving a modern look to the local greenery.

Large windows illuminate the suites at The Naka Phuket (Photo: The Naka Phuket/Reproduction)

Large windows illuminate the suites at The Naka Phuket (Photo: The Naka Phuket/Reproduction)

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