Thomas Cook to open second Casa Cook

Adults-only boutique hotels created for “trend-conscious travellers”
Tour operator Thomas Cook says it will open its second Casa Cook-branded hotel in the village of Marmari on the island of Kos, following what it says is the success of Casa Cook Rhodes, which opened in May.
Casa Cook stands for “a new breed of hotels, inspired by the spirit of our times”, its website says. The adults-only boutique hotels are “always individual, always laid-back”, created for “trend-conscious travellers”.
They bring “an urban beat to the beach” with “stylish design, great value, sociable and laid-back vibes, healthy food and a taste of local flavours and adventures”.
The newly-built 100-room property on Kos will offer double rooms and suites as well as two-bedroom villa suites with their own private pools.
There will be sports and wellbeing facilities including yoga classes, a state-of-the-art gym, hammam and massages.
A new concept, the Casa Cook Beach Club, will offer guests and non-hotel guests locally-inspired dishes and live music from a resident DJ.
“We designed the Casa Cook concept to appeal to travellers who perhaps thought a package holiday wasn’t for them – for those who want a unique experience,” explains Remo Masala, group creative director at Thomas Cook.
Since its opening, 90% of customers who stayed at Casa Cook Rhodes have been new to Thomas Cook.