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The Bratsera Hotel on the Greek island of Hydra lived its first life as a 19th-century sponge factory before it was reincarnated into a 26-room inn during the 1990s. The rooms, described as "typical Hydriot architecture," are full of interesting details like the platform bed and step stool shown above. For more, click below...

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Wide plank wood is used for the floorboards, steps, loft and ceiling.
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White fabric casually draped over the canopy bed softens the room.
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Rows of low windows let in lots of light.
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A mosquito net can cover the bed or be swept to the side.

For more information from the Bratsera Hotel in Hydra, click here.