Casas Latinas

brazil, argentina, italy - estate & sleep master

Casas Latinas, purpose driven hospitality

Casas Latinas’ unique tailor-made experiences are curated with the finest attention to detail. A stay in one of the luxury casas, located in the most beautiful destinations across the world, provides a conscious connection to heritage and culture and the natural world. With their expertise and knowledge of South America and Latin Europe, their purpose is to go above and beyond to create a bespoke experience for travellers.

Discover Casa Latinas’ exclusive collection of world class private villas and estates for an unforgettable experience:

Les Trois Vallées - Méribel, France
Located directly on the slopes of Méribel, one of the best ski locations in the world, Les Trois Vallées is a stylish alpine chalet set heart of the Three Valleys (Courchevel, La Tania, Brides-les-Bains, Méribel, les Menuires and Val Thorens), one of the largest ski areas in the world and one of the most celebrated winter sports destinations. The chalet boasts breathtaking views of more than 1,000 legendary peaks of the Alps - including Mont-Blanc and the Grande Casse. With direct access to the slopes, all you need to do is hop on the ski lift and go. Les Trois Vallées is the perfect year-round escape.

Casa Badra - Puglia, Italy
Casa Badra is a stunning luxury property in a newly converted luxury group of Trulli, the traditional Apulian dry stone whitewashed huts with conical roofs that are specific to the Itria Valley. Made entirely from local materials reflecting the ancient culture of this fascinating region, the property is set amidst a large estate of centuries-old olive groves with stunning views over the rolling hills of Valle d'Itria, dotted with trullo cones and whitewashed towns bleached by the southern Italian sun. Casa Badra is a very special space to stay, the chance to experience a truly authentic Puglian casa like no other.

Casa Fantini Lake Time - Lake d'Orta, Italy
Set in the charming village of Pella on the banks of the beautiful Lake Orta in Northern Italy, Casa Fantini has a most magical location. The ‘lake-time’ concept is designed to invoke calm and meditation. The noise of the gentle waves adapts to the inner rhythms removing the stresses of daily life. Casa Fantini is an intimate place of harmony where architecture, landscape and light blend in perfect balance and just for a moment, time seems to stand still. The perfect place to savour the pleasures of simplicity, away from everyday life.

Locanda in Tuscany - Val d’Orcia, Italy
This exclusive beautiful rural hideaway is located in a Unesco World Heritage site, set deep in the heart of the Tuscan countryside with sweeping views over Val D’Orcia. Surrounded by a landscape of vineyards, golden wheat fields and rolling hills, dotted with medieval hilltop villages steeped in history, Locanda in Tuscany is the ideal place to hold a traditional Tuscan wedding with a full team available to make the special day unforgettable.

Finca Cadaquès - Cadaquès, Spain
Located on a 2-hectare private clifftop estate, above the sea by the magnificent Cap de Creus nature
reserve in North Eastern Spain surrounded by fragrant pine forests, Villa Cadaquès is a luxury private
estate with unparalled views of the Mediterranean. Since the 1950s, the beautiful fishing village Cadaquès has been an important cultural meeting point, where artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray and Picasso have been attracted by the beautiful light and the astonishing landscapes, as well as by the enigmatic figure of Salvador Dalí, with his legendary studio in the nearby Port Lligat.

Alvear Design Guest House - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alvear Design Guest House is located in the heart of the elegant historical neighbourhood of Recoleta. Perfect for two people, the property has been curated to feel like a sophisticated home and the perfect city-break accommodation for a weekend or a short break. As far as classic neighbourhoods go, few can beat Recoleta. It’s surprisingly diverse, offering a wide array of experiences, from fine dining to street food with craft cocktails, as well as being home to one of the world’s most often visited cemeteries where Eva Peron is buried. Tango until dawn on the dance floors, or hang out with gauchos on a traditional ranch not far from the city. Whilst you are there check out the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes to see Rembrandts, Titian, and Monet as well as some incredible local art.

La Fortuna - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Located just two hours from Buenos Aires, the remarkable Estancia La Fortuna is a stunning French style chateau that distills the charms of Argentinian gaucho cultural traditions, in a truly beautiful setting. The idyllic destination for equestrian lovers, Estancia La Fortuna is rooted in gaucho heritage and horses. Some of the most prestigious English polo tournaments are trained there. A typical day at La Fortuna might include a horseback ride through the grounds (suitable for beginners), accompanied by one of the gauchos who work on the ranch.

Casa Mia Trancoso - Trancoso, Brazil
Trancoso is a Bahian hot-spot celebrated for its palm-fringed, laid-back and super cool vibe. Once a fishing port, Trancoso was discovered by hippies in the 1970s and today still retains the same relaxed but colourful atmosphere. It is the go-to place for artists, creatives, and celebrities such as Naomi Campbell, Leonardo Di Caprio, and Beyonce. There are two stunning beaches, Praia dos Nativos and Praia dos Coqueiros, reached by walking through the mangroves on a wooden walkway.

Wild Indigo - Peninsula du Papagayo, Costa Rica
There is no better place to live the ‘Pura Vida' life than at Wild Indigo, a luxurious private 5-bedroom villa on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo on the North Pacific coast. The villa, surrounded by the ocean with its own private beach, can be found on the Four Seasons private resort. The property is just minutes away from a Unesco World Heritage Site which protects one of the last tropical forests in the Americas and one of the most important beaches for sea turtles in the Pacific. Reconnect with the fauna and flora of the natural world and experience a simpler, slower, more authentic way of life.