|Beach getaway is a popular choice for travellers. For some it means relaxing to the sounds of the waves, a secluded romantic trip or a more adrenaline filled surfing trip. Ahead of National Beach Day, Bspoke Associates presents the list of the best luxury hotels with easy access to the beach.
Fairmont Taghazout Bay – Taghazout Bay
|Morocco Located in the iconic bay of Taghazout, renowned for its golden sand beaches, azure waters and extraordinary sunsets, Fairmont Taghazout Bay is a unique location of authentic experiences and well-being. The property is the ultimate Oceanside getaway in the region of Agadir. Fairmont Taghazout Bay is the perfect spot to soak up the sun and indulge in a soothing experience to both body and soul.Beach getaways also mean sporty activities. Guests at Fairmont Taghazout Bay can experience sandboarding in a wild and scenic landscape with a breath-taking ocean view, along the coast, through various charming villages and surf spots.
Ser Casasandra – Holbox Island, Mexico
|Ser Casasandra, is a serene boutique-hotel situated in the picture-perfect Holbox Island. Thoughtfully designed and distant from life’s everyday distractions, Ser Casasandra invites guests to indulge in true island tranquility. The 17-key refuge features a luxury villa with a design that draws inspiration from the Yucatecan architecture with exposed beams, buttery leather armchairs, sturdy wooden furniture made by local artisans all framed within white-washed walls. Sandy roads lead the way to a sun-drenched beach that seamlessly blends into an endless horizon.
Ser Casasandra also suggests its guests at stop at Mojito’s Beach Club. In the bar sunseekers can enjoy nature and ocean, find balance between mind and body, and experience a renewal as you surround yourself by nature. Shed your old world vision and adopt a new one as you gaze into and endless sea. At Mojito’s Beach Club, guests will enjoy authentic local and Cuban cuisine
Life House Nantucket – USA
|Life House Nantucket is the oldest inn operating on the island. The 1833 building on Cliff Road, at one of the highest points on the island, was once a personal retreat for Captain Robert Calder in between whaling expeditions before he opened it up to travellers in 1870. The property was designed as a nonchalant innkeeper’s eclectic escape that reflects her flair for cultivating the island’s native botany and practicing holistic wellness. Explorers can experience Jetties Beach. On the way, be on the lookout for black-eyed Susans, a native Nantucket sunflower. Stay on the sandy beach for a few hours and make the most of the popular restaurant with a spacious deck where you can order lobster rolls and frozen drinks.