Aria erweitert sein Programm um drei neue Anwesen auf Kimolos
Aria’s hotel and beach house on Aegean island joined by sister properties
This summer Aria Hotels again added to its collection of traditional Greek boutique hotels and holiday accommodation with three new holiday properties on the quiet volcanic island of Kimolos. Milaki is a small sister hotel to Aria’s Windmill hotel while there is also a new three-apartment lodge and a beach house on the popular Bonatsa Beach.
The new Milaki hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from Psathi, Kimolos’s port, and very close to ‘Chorio’, the island’s charming principal village. This traditional, uncomplicated property comprises six newly-furnished rooms with queen-size beds and sofa beds, plus a bathroom with shower.
Alikaki is a small holiday lodge located just above the charming beach of Aliki offering panoramic sea views from three newly renovated apartment suites each accommodating two to four guests. The suites combine charm with practicality and each has its own verandah plus air conditioning, bathroom, TV, and fully equipped kitchen. The property has a stonebuilt barbeque area and a large shared garden with sea views.
Bonatsa Beach House, just a few steps from the water’s edge comprises three renovated, newly-furnished rooms, each with its own direct access to Bonatsa’s sandy beach. The rooms can be rented individually or the entire beach house could be rented for a large party. Bonatsa is one of the most popular beaches on the island with a number of restaurants and taverns on the beach and nearby, serving fresh local cuisine. In summer 2016 Aria Hotels will be opening ‘B3’ – Bonatsa Beach Bar, alongside the beach house.
For all three new properties the Aria service team is on-hand to provide daily housekeeping and breakfast. Aria can also arrange car rental, restaurant booking and excursions.
Kimolos is one of the most beautiful and hospitable islands in the Aegean, nestling in the southern part of the Cyclades and very close to Milos Island. Access to the island is by sea from Piraeus port, just south-west of Athens, or by air via Milos Island which has daily connections to Kimolos by ferry, traditional trawler or speedboat taxi.