Also on the east coast, Blantyre Country Resort in Lenox, Massachusetts, goes beyond hotel rooms with 14 home lots and 20 townhouses inspired by traditional English stables. The latter will be housed in five buildings, each with a plunge pool and landscaped garden; In the fall of this year, the project begins to operate, and its prices will start at $ 800,000.
Two hotels in the Caribbean have acquired new residences: Silver Sands Grenada, on the island of the same name, recently debuted eight villas. Half of them are located on the hillside; the rest are on the picturesque Grand Anse Beach. They range in size from 5,000 to 6,000 square feet and are decorated in a contemporary style with light wood and white tones; prices start at $ 7 million. Owners can take advantage of the resort’s amenities such as a 300-foot pool, cigar and rum parlor and three restaurants.
Also, Crane Resortson the east coast of Barbados, has just launched the eco-friendly Beach Houses by The Crane project, which will have 63 villas when the project is completed in the next few years. Beach Houses will include a secluded beach, restaurant and bar; the cost of ownership starts at $ 595,000.
And in Europe Finca cortesin, an elite resort in Andalusia, Spain, has a collection of 10 contemporary villas built on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The houses have swimming pools, large terraces, and indoor and outdoor dining areas. Prices start at $ 4.8 million.
According to Henry Harteveld, travel industry analyst and founder of Atmosphere Research Group, all of these residences have the potential for high sales. “When a trusted hotel puts its name on a residential project, the project benefits from the hotel brand’s reputation for design, style and service,” he says.