When Casa Cook opens a new hotel, the design world and luxury getaway seekers sit up and listen. New in the Casa Cook stable of unique, laid back but highly luxurious beach hotels is Casa Cook Kos.
You only need to take a quick glance to know it’s a Casa Cook. Rich, earthy tones, clean lined furniture, natural materials and a breezy, open layout gives Kos that same low key, high comfort style the brand has become known – and loved – for (in fact, we covered Casa Cook Rhodes here).
The team say that Casa Cook Kos takes its inspiration from traditional Greek island architecture, giving it a village-like feel with one and two-storey cubist houses grouped around gardens and patios. As you can see in the images below, the buildings are contemporary and minimalist, influenced by the centuries-old Greek architectural style.
Guests can make the most of the Casa Cook Spa, which has been carefully curated to bring in therapies from not only ancient Greece, but ancient Kos itself. For example, the spa’s signature treatment, the ‘Hippocratic Anatripsis Massage’ is a special therapy inspired by the physician Hippocrates, who resided in Kos. Meanwhile, the design of the spa makes liberal use of natural materials such as wood and stone, brought together with a muted colour palette that carries through to the accessories.
There is also ‘TO KIMA’ – Casa Cook’s Beach Club, which is inspired by the ancient Greek idea ‘parea’, meaning the celebration of people coming together. A thatched roof, open walls and tropical-meets-mid century style means there is no mistaking you are on holidays in a beautiful climate and equally gorgeous resort.
Take a look!