Relais Masseria Capasa Brings The Old Mediterranean Feeling


Relais Masseria Capasa is the hotel you’d like to stay if you choose Martano, Italy, as your vacation destination. It was completed in 2013 by Paolo Fracasso and sure inspires the old scent of the Mediterranean feeling. It’s not only the stone architecture that makes us believe we’re in a corner of history, but also the way the interior design presents.

The neutral tones of the furnishings, matching the floors, walls and ceilings makes everything blend just fine. Only the modern technology additions such as the TV screens or kitchen appliances bring us back to reality.

From here and there we find decorative elements that pop, such as an art piece on the walls in the bedrooms or bathrooms, the lighting system in the dining room that looks like a cobweb or the mirrors with beautifully detailed frames placed on the same wall as the bed. And there are the little things that change the whole dynamic of this Mediterranean inspired hotel.

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