The one thing Cas Gasi always strives for as a boutique hotel is discretion and privacy. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, which is why it never seeks out publicity. In fact, word of mouth has always been the best. At Cas Gasi, guests are their best advertisers and nothing more is required from them than to have a good time during their stay. That’s why when they do see themselves featured in an article it’s always a pleasant surprise.
The Ultimate Travel Guide 2017 published by Harper’s Bazaar UK discloses the world’s 150 top hotels – and Cas Gasi as one of them. The idyllic country setting amongst the gardens and orchards plus the melange of family heirlooms, antiques and art that create their homelike atmosphere has been very appealing to the Harper’s Bazaar team.
In The Sunday Telegraph’s Travel supplement, renowned wellness journalist Caroline Sylger Jones reveals Cas Gasi’s penchant for luxury wellness, adding that it is one of the few boutique hotels open all year round on the white isle. The secluded location, luxurious, comfy suites with underfloor heating, huge open fireplace and their spa and sauna makes an even more alluring case to stay, in addition to healthy farm-to-table meals prepared daily with organic produce straight from their own gardens. She particularly enjoyed the morning Vinyasa flow yoga classes, meditation, massages and the exclusive range of La Biosthétique products used in the Cas Gasi spa.