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Luxury Hotels offering Private Workshops to Their Guests

Luxury travel is developing and changing to satisfy and engage the demanding consumer. Hotels with creative activities and workshops are becoming more attractive, as people seek memorable experiences. Hence, Bspoke prepared a list of luxury properties with a forward-thinking approach that allows to explore new areas of interests.

Borgo Santo Pietro – Tuscany, Italy

Borgo Santo Pietro is a nature-inspired luxury hotel nestled in Tuscany. Its spacious estate covers 300 acres where over 200 vegetables and 50 herbs grow under the Italian sunshine. The property offers a range of fascinating activities to its guests wishing to explore something new. Private workshops are the speciality of this unique place, as guests can pick the one that fits their interest the most. For instance, the fermentation laboratory classes unveil secrets of this ancient cooking technique to curious minds, as well as cooking classes teach guests secrets of the culinary world. If cooking is not someone’s cup of tea, then flower arrangement workshop or aromatherapy classes are also available.

Atelier Inès. Arts & Suites – Naples, Italy

Atelier Inès. Arts & Suites is an art boutique hotel that derives its inspiration from the talented Oste family and their heritage. Just like a luxurious museum, it contains art works, furniture, and mirrors created by Annibale Oste, internationally renowned artist. Today, his son Vincente and his wife Inès run the estate property that has opened its doors to public as a hotel, as well as a workshop. Ines, Tunisian and herself an artist, and Vincente personally supervise creative workshops that allow to shape internal design objects and experience an application of processing technique that directly connects to human emotions. Not only guests can rest here but make an art piece themselves.

Motto – Vienna, Austria

Motto is a lifestyle hotel in the heart of Vienna with a touch of Japanese purism, a hint of Scandinavian cosiness, and a whole lot of French flair. It has 80 rooms and eight suites that combine the mix of opulence and modernity. Additionally, it houses an on-property bakery, Motto Brot, that is known for its outstanding baking techniques and delicious aroma upon the entrance. Bernd Schlacher, founder and creative director of Motto Group, decided to share the secrets of breadmaking with guests. The weekly classes are taught by Bernd himself and allow up to 6 guests at once in the workshop that lasts one hour and 45 minutes. The workshops vary, as different types of breads are introduced to guests that want to learn this delicate craft.