Mandarin Oriental announces its first plans for Greece • Hotel Designs

First property of the group in Greece, Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino, will be located on the southwest coast of the Peloponnese, in one of the most unspoiled and breathtaking landscapes of the Mediterranean. The resort will be part of Costa Navarino, a well-established tourist destination. The Costa Navarino project is owned and developed by TEMESone of the leading developers and operators of premium tourism and real estate destinations in Greece.

“Mandarin Oriental is known for delivering exemplary service and exclusive experiences at its many luxury properties around the world,” said Achilles V. Constantakopoulos, President of TEMES. “We are proud that the Group is bringing its hotel expertise to Greece for the first time, which means the continued growth of Costa Navarino as it becomes a top international destination for people to visit and experience.”

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Image Credit: Mandarin Oriental “We are delighted to open our first property in Greece at Costa Navarino and look forward to sharing with our guests this striking combination of unspoiled landscapes, olive groves, pristine beaches and authentic Greek culture in the area,” James said. Riley, Managing Director of the Mandarin Oriental Group. “We are delighted to partner with TEMES, the group responsible for creating Costa Navarino as a thriving tourist destination.”

The hotel will house a total of 99 rooms, including 48 pool villas, all with outdoor terraces and sea views, as well as five restaurants and bars. In addition, a 1,500 m² wellness center is planned, which will include an impressive 25 m indoor-outdoor swimming pool with magnificent views of the bay, as well as Mandarin Oriental wellness therapies with treatment rooms. interior and exterior pavilions. The guest experience will be further enhanced by its proximity to the destination’s leisure, water sports, biking and climbing activities, as well as four iconic golf courses designed by Bernhard Langer, Robert Trent Jones II and José María Olazabal.

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