Hotel de Milliano in Breskens pays tribute to the phenomenal modernism of the sixties. Located on a dune top between the North Sea and the Polders, just across the Dutch border. Without frills architect Piet Götzen has designed a four-star hotel with cinematic allures. Where timeless elegance and functionality prevail. The family hotel was initially built for Belgian and Dutch hotel guests who opted for a long-term stay, as they rented an apartment with sea view during the summer of stayed there for months. Today the hotel focuses on short-term stays and surprises modern travelers and classic adventurers with spacious suites, furnished with high end vintage furniture and authentic materials. Verner Panton, Le Corbusier, Eames, Sputnik lamps by Kaiser Leuchten... they all have their home here. Subtly mixed in an interior with soft dune shades. Which room to stay? One with an endless sea view, a room overlooking the small town of Breskens and its surrounding nature or a luxurious view to both of them. Including a dynamic and fascinating play between the sea and passing boats.