Family

Cas Gasi Luxury Boutique hotel in Ibiza

One of the most important elements of Cas Gasi’s ever-evolving heritage is family.

Ibiza-born Luis Trigeros Juan grew up between Barcelona and the island, for which he developed a deep love. A lawyer and passionate sailor, Luis sailed around the world in 1986 before making Ibiza his permanent home alongside wife Margaret von Korff, Barcelona-born with German family roots in Baltic nobility and French, Austrian and Russian family connections.

Together they have found their niche, setting up a organic farming project, transforming their home into the beautiful boutique hotel to welcome guests from around the world – the Cas Gasi ‘extended family’ – and promoting their personal philosophy of fusing life’s luxuries with sustainable living.

Their children, Vera and Luis, have grown up within the hotel, witnessing their family home grow from an old farmhouse into the beautiful boutique hotel that stands today. From doing homework as children in the main house, followed by international boarding school experiences, the two have eventually become invaluable hosts, passionate about spending summers in Cas Gasi between studies, art history and law respectively.

This hotel feels like a stylish friend’s hacienda

Food & Wine

Get the best service on the island at this family-run hotel up in the hill

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Make an eco-friendly splash

Over the years, Cas Gasi has become renowned for finding new ways to incorporate innovative, ecological systems into the daily running of the hotel. The protection of the environment has always been of great concern to owners Margaret and Luis, and likewise for their environmentally conscious and well-travelled guests, which is why you won’t find any harsh chemicals used in the beautiful hotel swimming pools.

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Meet the team – Cati, housekeeping

26 years ago Margaret von Korff and Luis Trigueros Juan moved into the house that is now known around the world as the boutique hotel, Cas Gasi. Margaret turned to her neighbour Cati shortly before the family’s home was converted into hotel and a lasting friendship was formed.

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Easter traditions – serious and sweet

Easter in Ibiza is a fascinating affair that needs to be witnessed (at least) once in a lifetime. Semana Santa, the weeklong religious festival, is marked by a series of sombre, yet striking, processions through our towns and villages

This hotel feels like a stylish friend’s hacienda

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Royalty has also been enchanted by the family’s style

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Cinema Paradiso

Despite the fact Ibiza boasts a plethora of things to do, there are those cosy, chillier days and nights when you wish for nothing more than to sit back, relax and enjoy a good film

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Form, function and beauty

It’s no secret that Cas Gasi owner Margaret von Korff is continuously rejuvenating the hotel. Whether it’s adding a newly discovered plant to the gardens or restoring an antique to its former glory, her eye is always seeking to refine its aesthetic appeal.
Some of the most recent additions to the rooms and common areas

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Putting the art in heart

Cas Gasi owner Margaret von Korff’s lifelong passion for design, art and architecture is highly evident throughout the rooms and grounds of the hotel. Constantly re-thinking the design aspects of the various spaces from year-to-year, she is always dreaming of new ways to realise her aesthetic ideas.

Our stay was marvellous and the attention perfect

Guest, Spain
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