TOMO Hotelier

What do you consider your team’s greatest achievement?
They accepted to work on a new vision of Hospitality more flexible and closer to the guests. When some hotels ask you to don’t talk to them, our staff welcome you in their own houses!

What do you most value in a hotel for your own holidays?
The absence of rules even if it’s very rare!

What is one place nearby that every one of your guests should discover?
In Morocco the almond trees valley during blossom in February. In Japan just before summer in June, you can enjoy for 2 weeks fluorescent plankton in the sea. An amazing fantasy. In our house on lake Como, a seaplane flight over the Italian lakes.

What is your dream journey?
Go meet all the other hoteliers in Tomo to talk to each of them and create all together the future of Hospitality.

What local dish do you never tire of eating?
In Morocco, a vegetables tajine. I can eat it every single day. Women from the kitchen go to the garden and pick our veggies. It’s tender as hell!!! With 700’000 heures around the world, part of our DNA is to explore local food anywhere. I will never be tired to discover new products or local recipes…never mind extra kilos!

What motivated you to become a hotelier?
I have for children and when they were kids we were never welcome in any hotels! I tried to understand why organization was more important than guests service and finally decided to create my own answer.

What was your greatest extravagance in creating your hotel?
I put on a list all the details or lack of attention I knew and found a solution: no restaurant, no bar, no check-in, no check-out, no arrival or departure times, never 2 meals at the same place, where you are there is no other guests…I have the feeling that my vision of Hospitality could define “Extravagance”!!!

Where do you feel happiest on your property?
Definitely in the desert looking at the stars all night.

Hotels recommended

Comuna do Ibitipoca


An eco-conscious estate developed on more than 12,000 acres of former farmland. Run with irresistible passion for nature, the local community and culture, the Comuna is an immersive experience.
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Maison Polanka

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Nestled in lush gardens, MaisonPolanka is an intimate and exclusive hotel hidden in the shadow of Angkor. Filled with Art and Khmer artifacts, the 6 suites provide refined comfort for the discerning traveler.
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Kachi Lodge

Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia

Set on the mesmerizing Uyuni Salt Flats on the Bolivian Altiplano, the six suites of Kachi Lodge turn a stay on the altiplano into the most luxurious adventure, One where comfort and designed interiors meet the great outdoors.
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Gangtey Lodge

Gangtey Village, Bhutan

A heavenly 12 bedroomed, luxury lodge, perched high above a pristine, protected valley in the Kingdom of Bhutan. The Lodge encapsulates our vision to create authentic and meaningful experiences with a distinct sense of place.
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Jnane Tamsna

Marrakech, Tensift Al Haouz, Morocco

Blending Meryanne Loum-Martin’s Moorish and West African-inspired interior design and Gary Martin’s serene organic garden, this boutique hotel comprises 5 houses scattered across nine acres of verdant land, with 5 pools and a tennis court.
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Labrang, Gansu, China

A place where Nomadic tradition dances with contemporary culture. Ancient past evolves into a mindful future. And a raw wilderness awakens the peaceful spirit.
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Casa Cat Ba

Holbox, Mexico

Casa Cat Ba is a both laidback and stylish beachfront villa, nested on a little car free island, named Holbox, located in the North of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico.
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