Experience the Style

Xenia is the Greek concept of hospitality and in Greece you can find places to stay that take this concept to its pleasurable extreme. For visitors seeking accommodation that is as exclusive as it is luxurious there is no need to look any further.

Five-star accommodation comes in many forms from boutique hotels offering contemporary style and stunning locations, to spa resorts offering high end pampering. Although this section details some featured examples of first class establishments, an excellent first stop for all your accommodation needs is:

The Greek capital knows how to do first class. There are several hotels that vie for title of being the most luxurious in Athens, from established names with distinguished histories to chic boutique establishments and purpose built modern pinnacles of style.

The Greek islands offer many five star options to ensure a relaxing holiday in style. Mykonos, in the Cyclades, was made famous by Jackie O and is enjoying something of a renaissance as a destination where style and luxury go hand in hand.

Crete is an island famed for its natural scenery, packed full of beautiful locations and inhabited by more than its fair share of beautiful people. Crete knows how to do first class accommodation in style and has some fantastic villa rentals that can sleep up to 10 people in extreme comfort, particularly in the Chania and Elounda areas of the island.

However, Greece can also offer up some exclusive jewels that manage to raise the bar even higher than what one might consider luxury.

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Did you know?

Greece enjoys more than 250 days of sunshine or 3,000 sunny hours a year.

Greece has more than 2,000 islands, of which approximately 170 are populated.

Greece’s largest island is Crete (3,189 sq.miles) (8,260 sq. km.)

Greece has more archaeological museums than any other country in the world.

Greece is the leading producer of sea sponges