Aria Hotels increases its Peloponnese presence with further Kardamyli properties
Aria Hotels has increased its hotel and residences portfolio on Greece's Mani Peninsula with Liodentria and Salvia, bringing the company’s total to three properties near the picturesque town of Kardamyli in the Peloponnese. Both new additions are close to the Benaki Museum's Patrick and Joan Leigh Fermor House, which is also available for summer booking through Aria Hotels and marked its debut in the region.
Liodentra is a stone-built complex consisting of one ground level studio and two 2-storey houses. All enjoy views of the surrounding landscape and have direct access to the Mediterranean Sea. The holiday homes sit in beautiful gardens and there is a shared 13-metre swimming pool and sun terrace.
A heritage property, Salvia is a beachfront collection of traditionally-styled serviced residences comprising charming self-contained bungalows with full amenities for self-catering. Each bungalow offers views of the gardens, sea and mountain scenery. The estate also features a shared sun terrace and swimming pool.
"The Mani Peninsula is a very beautiful and natural part of Greece," commented Makis Pantazatos, CEO of Aria Hotels. "For many it is a well-kept secret and we hope these wonderful properties will help more people to discover the delights of Greek hospitality with amazing views in this truly special location."