Why would you go on holiday just to feel like you are at home? It's a reasonable question, yet an increasing number of stressed-out travellers are seeking out places to stay that are undoubtedly sleek but manage to evoke that warm, comforting feeling of being at home - the stillness, the privacy, an atmosphere that encourages you to spread out, find a quiet corner or wander into the kitchen and help yourself to treats from the fridge. Hotels are plugging into this trend by focusing on cosy common areas, connecting with their building’s history or even doing away with traditional payment methods. Here, we round up hotels that capture that elusive feeling of total relaxation, from a quietly elegant riad in Marrakech to a deluxe one-room concept hotel in Tokyo. It's time to make yourself at home.

Contributions by Emma Beaumont, Jessica Benavides Canepa, Jade Conroy, Jonna Dagliden Hunt, Danielle Demetriou, Paula Hardy, Chris Moss, Jane Mulkerrins & Nicky Swallow

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