World’s food lovers’ hotels

Cloudnesting is not only an AAA accommodation, but also local food experience. Here we collected the best food lovers’ hotels from all over the world. Now you can combine your love to food and good accommodation together in one place!

Casa de las Olas, Mexico

This seven-suite B&B, which sits between the sea and the jungle, has an impressively light footprint: It’s powered entirely by solar panels, and water is sourced from underground streams.

Don’t Miss the Eat Retreats, which combine cooking classes led by top local chefs (including Eric Werner of Tulum’s acclaimed Hartwood) with eating excursions in the Yucatán Peninsula. Seven days from $3,555 per person, all inclusive.

Amanjiwo, Indonesia

The resort’s 36 limestone-clad suites were inspired by Borobudur, Java’s famous Buddhist sanctuary two miles away, and face the surrounding rice paddies. From $700.

Don’t Miss the Grain of Rice experience, which starts with a visit to the rice paddies of Selogriyo, a 9th-century Hindu temple, followed by a cooking class featuring Javanese dishes such as kupat tahu magelang—rice cakes in coconut leaves with cabbage and bean sprouts. From $300 for up to two hotel guests.

Le Guanahani, St. Barthelemy 

Le Guanahani
A renovation of this resort—located on a private 18-acre peninsula—modernized the spa and gave a fresh look to the 67 guest rooms. From $700.

Don’t Miss Cook Your Catch, a deep-sea Atlantic fishing trip led by a seventh-generation fisherman. Your day’s haul (mahi-mahi or yellowfin tuna) is prepared later by the resort’s chef. From $640, hotel guests only.

Toscana Resort Castelfalfi, Italy

Toscana Resort Castelfalfi
This restored medieval village in Tuscany, Italy, is set among 2,700 acres of vineyards, olive trees, and a hunting reserve filled with wild boar and pheasants. In addition to the estate’s La Tabaccaia Hotel, a second property, Il Castelfalfi, opened in April as a more luxurious alternative.

Don’t Miss foraging with an agronomist for Marzolo truffles, blackberries, and wild asparagus. Learn to transform the ingredients into regional dishes such as pici alla norcina (penne with sausage and cream sauce) in the resort’s cooking school. Single rooms from $225 to $895; doubles from $250 to $920.

The Distillery, UK

The Distillery
Set along Portobello Road, the Distillery takes its inspiration from the history of gin; the on–site Resting Room bar serves rare international spirits. From $185.

Don’t Miss the Ginstitute, a beloved neighborhood museum that was relocated to the hotel’s basement, where travelers can create custom blends using rare botanicals. From $135.


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