6 new hotels in Greece with style you should check into

Greece Hotels

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I’m paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently.

There are of course many other hotels in Greece that I featured on the blog and you can also read why I love Greece so much. 

Nos, Sifnos

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

Spread across four stone structures, NÓS Hotel & Villas opened in April on Sifnos island in Cyclades. The Athens-based K-Studio which has designed many of the most sought after hotels in Greece of the passt few years tried to create an intimate village with its main square being ‘represented’ by the opening around the restaurant and the swimming pool. There are 18 suites each equipped with outdoor spaces shaded with draped sheets.

Cosme Paros

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

We are actually going to be very close to Paros during our holiday. Cosme Paros is owned by Marriott but it looks to have been thought as a proper boutique hotel with a limited number of bedrooms. It is in an idyllic setting overlooking a private sandy beach , in a walking distance from the cosmopolitan whitewashed town of Naoussa. There are 40 suites and world class facilities with 2 eclectic restaurants, a spa, fitness center, and even a stargazing area!

Nous Santorini

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

Every magazine is talking about this hotel so even though there are many more rooms that I would normally like, I thought you needed to know about it. Prices are also reasonable, it seems, for a hotel in Santorini. White-walled villas and sweeping views of the Aegean make it every inch the classic Greek island retreat. But what makes it interesting to the press is its design, remaining very minimalist with clean lines, handmade wooden stools; terracotta-coloured tiled floors and woven shutters. Some rooms also have private pools.

Parocks, Paros

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

Opening its doors on the beach of Ampelas, near Naoussa of Paros, in May, Parocks is a new five stars hotel with a total of 40 rooms, suites with private pools and outdoor jacuzzis with huge outdoor spaces and unobstructed sea views. The luxury hotel also has a spa, indoor pool, hammam, sauna, treatment areas and gym. Inside the rooms, the minimal decoration balances the elements of nature, water and earth.

Acro Suites, Crete

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

Set on the rocky cliff-side of Mononaftis Bay,  Acro Suites is a 5* luxury boutique resort with 49 suites, lofts, and villas with private pools, all featuring unique design details and sweeping views of the Cretan Sea.  Sustainability plays a large role in the hotel’s ethos, with natural materials sourced from Crete such as stones and wood. Sheets and fabrics are all made from organic materials. Food is sourced locally from small farms on the island, all from an organic kitchen with plentiful vegan and vegetarian menu options available.  The in-house spa has a natural layout based on the shape of a traditional hammam and features an outdoor pool and a heated pool.

Kea Retreat

With our holiday in Greece getting close, I'm paying even more attention to the new hotels in Greece opening this year.  So here is a selection of those I came across recently

Aiming to be the first boutique hotel in the Cyclades dedicated to wellbeing retreats, Kea Retreat is a series of existing 400-year-old stone-built structures seamlessly blending into the rocky landscape. The rooms have sea views, private verandas and outdoor showers and their design is a combination of a muted palette of earthy tones and natural materials. Every week there is a new retreat with a mix of yoga, meditation and dance along with alternative activities to connect with nature.

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