A Hotel Combines History and Modern Design. The Result is Very Enchanting!

We know for a fact that whenever there are items or even structures with historical value, it is preserved or if there are alterations, it is limited to a minimal. These days, modern design is the trend. That is why most homes and even hotels, have a modern look to give their guests a privilege of getting a good stay in their place. But what if you end up in a hotel with a combination of historical fragments and modern design? That would be totally bizarre but once you see this hotel, you will appreciate this contrasting combo!

A lovely resort in Sicily named Country Zash Boutique Hotel will make its guests feel blissful and relaxed thru its enchanting interior. The hotel is from an old winery which had undergone different transformations turning it into a luxury vacation resort. The interior reflects some historical fragments that were retained despite the contemporary design applied to the hotel’s interior. Aside from the old elements that you will see, you will also catch a glimpse of modern furniture. Aside from that, there are more surprising features of the hotel which will make you want to spend a night or two in it!

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The exterior of the hotel has that traditional and historical look from roof tiles to peeling paints on the walls.

Antonio Iraci

Wherever you look at the exterior, it appears like an old hotel. As a matter of fact, you might hesitate to get inside it for you might think that you will not get a comfy sleep inside.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

But once you see this bedroom enclosed of glass, you will surely change your mind in an instant!

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

Isn’t this a lovely bedroom? Aside from the glass walls that surround it, the interior has that contemporary design from wooden panels for the headboard to the neutral colors in it.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

Now, take a look at this interior. I’m sure you will not expect to see this!

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

And I’m sure you also did not expect to see this too! The wall has exposed concrete and stones. And that is seen from the ceiling too!

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

The old staircase witha hollow bottom which looks like designed for a fire pit was retained. It added more drama to the dining area.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

The ceiling has arcs everywhere like a dome-shaped ceiling and they are made of stone.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

The other stair which we saw in the previous images had that arc under it but this one has a larger arc which contains some plants.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

If you loved the dining area and the lounge areas, you will like the bedrooms too. Shown here is the interior of the bedroom that is enclosed in glass walls.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

Another bedroom with white interior and a stone wall on the other side. This bedroom sure reflects a combination of modern design and history.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

Another bedroom in white with dramatic lightings brought by the round side table lamps.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

The powder room has gray modern colors in it. We like it that some plants were added to the area.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

Another look at the powder room and the bathroom. It has a clean modern design in it.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

This is another bathroom with glass enclosures and dramatic candle lights.

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

You can see how gorgeous the bathroom looks in this white bedroom. It is indeed luxurious!

Country Zash Boutique Hotel

A modern terrace was added to the hotel which we can see from the exterior using glass railings.

It is really amazing how modern design was combined with the historical fragments of the structure. Antonio Iraci did the restoration of the project which resulted into a hotel where anyone can set his spirit free and just enjoy life. I’d love to explore a hotel like this because you aren’t just there to unwind and rest but you will also get an ounce of history. The Country Zash Boutique Hotel is one of a kind with an interesting approach to interior design. It really is worth checking!