Mandarin Oriental Group opens its first hotel in Greece

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The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has begun taking reservations for its new luxury beachfront resort located in the Peloponnese area.

Perched on the Messanian hillside, the resort is a three-hour car ride from Athens and has occupied prime position amongst many of the upscale developments in the area.

Part of the facilities at the new hotel. Photo: Booking.com

The hotel features 99 rooms and suites, including 48 pool villas with outdoor terraces overlooking the sea. Many of the guests will also have a selection of activities to do including wellness facilities, indoor-outdoor pools and five restaurants and bars to choose from.

In a statement by James Riley the chief executive of Mandarin Oriental, the group is delighted to have opened their first property in Greece and will aim to combine the hotels features with Greece’s striking landscapes, olive groves and pristine beaches.

Source: Robb Report

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