First-ever Hilton Resort in Crete to open in 2021

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Hilton (NYSE: HLT) has signed an agreement with Troulis Royal Collection to open The Royal Senses Resort Crete, Curio Collection by Hilton in 2021.

The 179-room hotel boasts spectacular sea views and a dedicated beach and marina, while celebrating the timelessness of Cretan hospitality in a contemporary way.

Patrick Fitzgibbon, senior vice president, development for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Hilton said, “Crete is one of Greece’s most popular islands, thanks to its warm climate, rich history and picturesque villages.”

“Royal Senses Resort Crete will make a stunning addition to our rapidly growing Curio Collection of unique hotels, which includes upcoming properties in destinations including Lisbon, London and Reykjavik.”

The Royal Senses Resort Crete

The island’s unique landscape and rich cultural heritage make it ideal for curious travellers and anyone wanting to experience everything Greece has to offer by visiting one, very diverse, destination.

The hotel will be located in the picturesque Rethymno region on the northern part of the island, which has the best weather and attractions that Crete has to offer, including the Melidoni Cave and Knossos Palace.

Eleni Troulis, President of Troulis Royal Collection, said “We are delighted that the Royal Senses Resort Crete, Curio Collection by Hilton will be the first in Greece to join this stunning selection of handpicked properties.”

“Having successfully operated its sister property, the Royal Blue Resort, since 2009, we are now excited to be expanding our portfolio and partnering with Hilton.

Courtesy Royal Senses.

“It’s the perfect collaboration for us, as it combines the resort’s contemporary appreciation of Crete’s multifaceted culture and our family’s hospitality values with Hilton’s strong international customer appeal.”

The hotel will feature state of the art facilities including a spa, indoor and outdoor pool, water park, tennis courts as well as a private beach and marina.

The Royal Senses Resort Crete will join the portfolio of unique Curio Collection by Hilton properties, including The Trafalgar St James London, Aleph Rome Hotel, The Britannique Naples and Grand Hotel des Sablettes Plage.

The Royal Senses Resort Crete, Curio Collection by Hilton will be located at Panormo Rethymnon, 740 57, Crete, Greece.

Sourced By: Royal Senses

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