This design publication highlights the details at Block Island Beach House.
“It seems that the Block Island Beach House has it all. Both a wraparound ocean-view back porch and a town-view front porch allow guests optimal people-watching and sun-tanning angles. The hotel also has direct beach access, three food and drink concepts and even vintage Polaroid cameras provided for guests to better remember their stay by.”
Boston Magazine named The Coonamessett as its choice for “Best Cape Cod Inn.”
“JD house… was stylishly renovated last year to evoke the sea captain’s home it was in the 19th century.”
“Reflexive by design, its sandy-toned textiles and low-slung furnishings take their cue from the sweeping landscape.”
“…plenty of updates strike a stylistic balance between antique and contemporary.”
AWOL was named a Lifestyle Hotel finalist in this design publication.
“[Block Island Beach House is] like the coolest version of your own beach house—with none of the upkeep.”
A peek into the newly renovated AWOL hotel from Boston-based Boston Magazine.
AWOL is awarded the Gay Travel Award for best seasonal hotel of 2018.
“The Coonamessett…has been given a contemporary makeover that maintains the property’s unique character while enhancing its comfort and charm.”
“Whimsical maritime décor with an appreciation for [The Coonamessett’s] storied past.”
“There’s nowhere you’d rather be on a fog-socked Northern California morning.”
“AWOL’s rooms combine luxury, comfort, and a unique simplicity.”
”[Rob Blood’s] company’s newest opening, the 30-room AWOL in Provincetown, Mass., continues to carry the torch by taking a classic motor lodge concept and turning it into an upscale marshland mecca.“
“The newest hotel on our travel bucket list.”
“The Coonamessett…boasts a refreshing clean and crisp design, with creamy whites and grays, accented with light and dark woods, painted shiplap walls, leather and rattan couches and chairs, and nautical accessories.”
“Both Lark Hotels and its founder and CEO Rob Blood flourish as multi-hyphenates.”
The Massachusetts summer scene has been due for a shake-up for some time now.
Lark goes AWOL.