The country is blessed with spectacular scenery and a climate to envy. Beautiful beaches, turquoise waters, spectacular food, and a magical history are all part of the charm that Greece holds for its visitors.
Naturally, where hospitality is part of the culture, there are also some remarkable hotels to visit. So here are our suggestions…
On the south-east coastline of the Greek Island of Corfu, MarBella Corfu Hotel is a five-star beach hotel. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, rooms and suites are spread across the gardens in cluster buildings overlooking the Ionian Sea.
Food is one of the things that Greece does best, and as such the hotel has an array of restaurants to choose from, including the Platea Greek Restaurant which provides rich Mediterranean cuisine.
Of course, the hotel’s Wellness and Spa Centre is integral to the experience. APIVITA, the product house used at MarBella Corfu, was founded in 1979 in Greece. It has since been a pioneer in the field of natural cosmetics. Inspired by the philosophy of Hippocrates, APIVITA uses holistic, natural, and effective treatments to inspire wellbeing in body and soul.
In the Halkidiki region of Greece, Eagles Palace is a family friendly resort on the Mediterranean coast. It is a collection of rooms, suites, and bungalows, each with breathtaking views of the gardens and private beach.
Meals are served surrounded by extensive gardens, palm and pine trees with the scent of herbs filling the air.
Meanwhile, leisure starts with lounging around outside in the sunshine in the salt water flotation pool. Alternatively, head inside to use the thermal suite, adventure shower, Jacuzzi and three therapy cabins providing treatments by Elemis and APIVITA.
Also in the Halkidiki region of Greece, Athena Pallas Village provide a beach paradise in Sithonia. It’s all about relaxation and is decorated in traditional Greek style to really get you in the swing of things. The main restaurant, Doxato, serves Mediterranean cuisine. Alternatively, you can try traditionally Greek recipes at the tavern, Aigaion Gefsis.
The spa and leisure experiences meanwhile offers a full collection of indoor and outdoor facilities. So if you’re looking to play mini golf with the family or prefer a spot of chocolate therapy in the spa, there’s something for everyone.
On the South West coast of Kassandra, surrounded by an unspoiled natural landscape, Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort is a five-star experience.
To give you an idea of its scope, it has its own marina, five bars and five restaurants to its name. The food is a delight, and we particularly recommend the Greek deli restaurant for lunch.
The Thermal Spa is a real focal point for the hotel. It uses the power of the local source water in treatments and provides an extensive space over two floors for health and wellbeing. There’s a thalassotherapy pool fed directly from the sea, four thermal pools and a VIP suite and lounge for special occasions.
Looking out at the Aegean Sea, Lindian Village in Rhodes has its own private beach, which is a wonderful start for a luxury break. In 60 acres of sprawling gardens the coastal hideaway is centred around a church square and an ancient Eucalyptus tree.
Divided into little neighbourhoods, you wander around cobbled streets and whitewashed houses reminiscent of a traditional Greek village. It’s just that here you also have five-star service.
For relaxation there is a freshwater swimming pool, and at the heart of the wellbeing experience is The “Elxis Spa”. There they offer three different category treatment menus from Asian to Ancient Greek Therapies. There are separate facilities for men and women, and the spa includes a swimming pool, hydro jet massagers, a sauna, Turkish baths and a Jacuzzi for two where they offer Oriental water treatments. After that, watch the sun set over the water for ultimate holiday romance.
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