Themed round Edward Lear’s famous nonsense poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’, the hotel is designed by New York architect Uday Dhar and is minimalist in design with quirky, vibrant décor which reflects the fun, unusual content of the poem. Subtle images of owls and cats depicted in a contemporary style, lively modern art, bright colours and fascinating sculptures give the rooms interest without being overbearing, and the property is littered with exquisite handmade artefacts from Sri Lanka, India, Italy and Turkey. Each room and suite is utterly unique and has its own private balcony with views of the ocean. There is a large outdoor seating area by the pool decorated with Mediterranean tiles, as well as tables and benches in polished concrete with colourful, comfortable cushions positioned next to the bar, looking out to the sea and the iconic fisherman’s perches. Palm trees, small garden spaces and sun loungers are scattered through the garden.
Note: Children below 12 years cannot stay at Owl and the Pussycat.