Small Luxury Hotels of The World has recently added a new marina resort in Seychelles this January. The company is growing its plethora of new hotels adding a design-led Venetian Palace – Ca’ di Dio, and a historical Ibizan hideaway – La Torre Del Canónigo, amongst others, to its ever-growing luxury boutique collection.
La Torre Del Canónigo, a pet-friendly hotel located in the city centre of Ibiza, will open its doors on 30th April 2021. While Ca’ di Dio, in Venice city centre will open in June 2021.
La Torre Del Canónigo (Ibiza, Spain)
Old soul, modern spirit: a sophisticated hilltop hotel set above the yachts and youthful energy of Ibiza’s capital
Ibiza’s newest boutique hotel, perched high on the celebrated UNESCO World Heritage site of Dalt Vila lies La Torre del Canónigo, is opening soon. The 25-room hotel replaces the former hotel ‘El Cosario’ and marries three unique historical buildings with a solarium terrace, just 5 minutes’ walk from Ibiza’s bustling centre. The property has been impressively refurbished in a Mediterranean coastal style by the world-renowned interior designer, Lázaro Rosa-Violán. Most exciting of all is the all-new dining and entertainment concept lead by Chef José Miguel Bonet. Head chef Iñigo Rodríguez will assist Bonet to serve up a modernized menu fusing international haute cuisine with traditional Ibizan dishes at the new El Corsario Restaurant & Terrace. For cocktails and tapas, guests can head to the new cocktail bar, La Bendita, Dalt Vila and find a sophisticated, clandestine space at The Club, to continue the night with music.
Ca’ di Dio (Venice, Italy)
A short distance from Piazza San Marco, lies the historic Ca ‘di Dio residence: style, luxury, and exclusivity will meet the history of this place.
Ca’ di Dio is Venice’s only luxury hotel opening this year. The hotel has an elegant design hotel, appropriately located at the Arsenale area’s entrance, known as the city’s ‘Contemporary Art & Design District’. Ca’ di Dio features 66-rooms, including 57 suites, layered over three floors in a Venetian palace, parts of which date back to 1272. The hotel has a feel of a Venetian house and is set around three courtyards, two of which have been cleverly adapted to provide exclusive lounging and al fresco dining at the all-day dining offering – The Essentia Restaurant. The other courtyard houses a vegetable garden for The VERO restaurant, a charming space, which overlooks San Giorgio Maggiore and offers a delightful Venetian cuisine. The Pura Spa & Wellness centre provides further relaxation with personalized treatments and the latest gym technology. World-famous Spanish architect, Patricia Urquiola’s Studio Urquiola, has masterminded the spectacular design, sparing no detail.