If you’re constantly jetting around the world and seeing new sights and sounds on a regular basis, then you’ve probably stayed in generic hotels for more days than you could count. While these are normally pretty practical and cheap, if you want a little excitement in your life, then you might want to check out these small and secret hotels.
Grande Provence, South Africa
Although it’s easy to find accommodation in South Africa that offers views of Table Mountain or close connections to safari adventures, it’s important to remember that this country is also famous for its wine. So, why not stay in an adorable hotel located in a vineyard? The Grande Provence is small and stunning, and the whole hotel is set in the middle of the beautiful vines.
Nimmo Bay, British Columbia
British Columbia is known for being a nature lover’s paradise, and it’s fair to say that Nimmo Bay offers all of that in one hotel. This eco-retreat focuses on the natural world around it and offers guests the chance to really connect with the trees, the water, the animals, and so much more. Run by a family, these guys also get involved to ensure the perfect stay.
The Tsitouras Collection, Santorini
Santorini is known for being absolutely stunning, and there’s no doubt about the fact that The Tsitouras Collection offers some of the best accommodation on the island. Built into the cliffs, these private suites offer the classic Greek charm that one would expect – while also adding some style into the mix.
Hacienda De San Antonio, Mexico
Ever wanted to stay in an old farmhouse on a coffee plantation in Mexico? That’s exactly what the Hacienda De San Antonio has to offer. With just 25 rooms on offer, this small hotel is the perfect retreat for your Mexican vacation and offers amazing views of the mountains in the background.
So, which one of these secret hotels will you visit first?