Bloomberg: Greece’s Summer Season Has Already Begun – Here’s Where to Stay

As Greece's summer tourist season gets underway, Bloomberg lists 6 of the country's newest and soon-to-be-opened luxury hotels and resorts.


Bloomberg has declared the beginning of the summer season in Greece, reminding its readers that last year “everyone from Elon Musk to footballer Mo Salah was seen on Mykonos, enjoying the sun, the Aegean sea and the island’s famous nightlife.”

According to the article, “Greece’s tourism industry, which accounts for 25% of the country’s gross domestic product, is booming, with a peak season that’s gradually doubled, or even tripled, in length.”

 

In addition to a longer summer season, Bloomberg has also seen the development of “more and more luxurious hotels and resorts” and lists some of the more resplendent new hotels that have recently opened or that are set to open this year.

 
 
 
 
 
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Domes Noruz Kassandra, Chalkidiki

Opens 28 April.

With 182 rooms, the adults-only beach club has a pool that is enhanced with fire pits which create a beautiful atmosphere for late night dips, as well as a canteen on the beach that specializes in souvlakia. Rates start from 182 euros.

 
 
 
 
 
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Eliamos Villa Hotel & Spa, Kefalonia

Opens 1 May.

Eliamos is a family-friendly hotel with 12 villas and maisonettes. The five-star retreat offers yoga and pilates lessons in an open-air gym and is located close to a remote beach. Rates start from 430 euros.

 
 
 
 
 
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Cali Mykonos, Mykonos

Opens 10 May.

This exclusive resort has a private beach and a 110-metre infinity pool that is perched on the rocks overlooking the sea. Guests can also book cruises with the hotel’s private fleet of boats and yachts. Rates start from 900 euros.

 
 
 
 
 
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Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino, Messinia

Opens in summer 2023.

 

The Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino is the highly anticipated debut of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Greece. Once it is completed, the resort will have 99 rooms, which include 48 villas with a pool. It will also have five restaurants and bars, an indoor and outdoor pool and access to four golf courses. Rates start from 1,600 euros.

 
 
 
 
 
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Santo Mine Oia Suites, Santorini

The opening to be announced soon.

The Santo Mine Oia Suites is an adults-only hotel with 37 suites, each of which has its own private pool or jacuzzi. Rates will start from 895 dollars.

 
 
 
 
 
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One&Only Aesthesis, Athens

Opens in autumn 2023.

The first One&Only luxury resort in Greece, located on the Athenian Riviera, has been built on a coastline of about one mile. One of its two beaches is exclusively adult-only. Rates start from 1,800 euros.

This article was previously published in Greek at moneyreview.gr



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