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This All-White Converted Hotel Was a 19th Century Sea Captain's Home

 - Oct 2, 2015
References: sea-captains-house & mymodernmet
This Greek converted hotel features a stunning design and is located by the beautiful shore of the Santorini coast. The '1864 -- The Sea Captain's House' captivates the imagination of travelers, drawing visitors in with a story behind the buildings.

While based on a 19th century structure, the 'Cave Suite' feels anything but dilapidated or outdated. The all-white design surrounds people with a bright, almost heavenly space -- the lack of windows is almost unapparent. Much of the furniture is white as well, with crystal clear lights hanging from the ceiling and a select number of wooden furnishings sprinkled around the rooms.

Renovated by PATSIOS Architecture, the converted hotel space is ideal for two, with an incredible deep soaking bathtub that appears to be built into the marble ground as a finishing touch.