Perched high on the hill in Positano on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Palazzo Positano was originally a 17th century Monastery and Episcopal residence. The property has been completely renovated and is now a luxury villa. Baroque architecture and interior decorations such as painted ceilings, lacquered doors, wood furniture and stucco-works have been carefully restored, even the original altar in the private chapel was kept. The sunny terraces have breathtaking panoramic views of the picturesque town and the Mediterranean sea. The villa also has a private spa with heated pool and Turkish Bath making it the ultimate retreat.
Cavo Tagoo Hotel in Mykonos, Greece is a cliffside paradise with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. This luxury boutique hotel with Mykonos architecture has an island aesthetic that is a natural extension of its surroundings. The contemporary minimalist interior design blends modern chic with Greek-Mediterranean traditional elements. Whitewashed walls with splashes of colour provide a cool, calming effect that makes it a perfect escape.
Ristorante “Il Riccio” located on the island of Capri in Italy became part of the Capri Palace Hotel & Spa under new ownership, and a major renovation returned it to a Mediterranean stylish hangout. In the 1960s, it was a popular eatery under the name of Add’o Riccio, which was visited by people like Jackie Kennedy. The new owner wanted a traditional Mediterranean ambience of the 1950s and 1960s. The restaurant interior design by Marco De Luca features a white and blue colour scheme with Mediterranean wood furnishings, and mosaic tiles create an atmosphere emblematic of Capri.