Beach Hotels : Luxurious Summer Getaways
treniqblog | April 12, 2019

Summer is kicking in and its beach time all across the globe! All the coastal corners of the world are going to begin seeing an influx of a crowd hoping to catch the golden beach glow and the gorgeous tan. We love the beach and we love finding the best beach hotels to stay while we are there!

We sifted through our favourite beach hotels and had the hardest time narrowing down our favourite luxury beach hotels.

Petra Segreta Resort & Spa, Sardinia, Spain


Charming and calming, this little 15-room, romantic retreat was once a hillside hamlet, and is worlds away from the jet-set glitz of the Costa Smeralda, but within easy reach of Olbia’s most crystalline waters. Surrounded by juniper bushes, white granite boulders and Holm oaks, this stylish hideaway is made up of traditional stazzi farmhouse buildings and specialises in recalibrating your body and soul with its fantastic spa and delicious Sardinian specialities.

Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Bora Bora


Poised on Motu Tevairoa, only a ten-minute boat ride from the airport and fifteen minutes across the lagoon from the village of Vaitape, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa combines heavenly location and proximity to the mainland. The resort boasts authentic Polynesian style and architecture and certainly offers some of the most traditionally designed rooms in Bora Bora. The 80 rooms and villas are nestled in a beautiful tropical garden, on the beach or suspended above the dazzling lagoon.

Maison La Minervetta Beach Hotel, Sorrento


Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this upscale, 1950s-era boutique beach hotel lies 4 km from the Piazza Tasso and 3 km from the Sorrento train station. Amenities include a cliffside outdoor pool with sea views, along with a terrace, and a colourful, art-filled lounge with books and seating and private stairs offer access to a marina below. 

Hostal Sa Rascassa, Costa Brava


This pretty set-up, owned by former advertising executive Oscar Górriz and his wife, is just steps from Cala d’Aiguafreda, one of many coves that fringe the rocky shoreline. Outside, there’s a wooden-decked terrace where you drink San Miguels and take in the heady scent of the pine trees. The highlight, though, is the restaurant, a foodie hotspot known for its modern but unpretentious riff on Catalan cuisine. By day, eat in the shade of an impressive 50-year-old euonymus tree; after dark, fairy lights twinkle in its branches. Feast on grilled sea bream or mar y montaña – a rustic Catalan stew made with chicken and seafood – with an excellent Empordà rosé.

Vila Joya, Algarve


There’s something about the light on Portugal’s southernmost coast, the way it shifts and changes, that makes the Algarve so much more more atmospheric than it is often given credit for. Just west of Albufeira, Vila Joya is the most wonderful spot for watching the many moods of this coastline, from the indigo swell of the Atlantic which seems to merge with the stormy greys of an overcast sky, to bright sunny days, when the azure sea bounces light onto the yellow sandstone cliffs.

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