Domes Resorts to open three Greek properties next year

Domes Resorts has confirmed it will open three new hotels in Santorini, Corfu and the Athenian Riviera next year.

The luxury lifestyle brand hailed a “momentous” 12 months after opening properties in Milos, Halkidiki and Mykonos this year, alongside Domes’ first standalone restaurant, Makris in Athens. 

Domes Tholos Santorini is set to join the collection next spring, marking the brand’s first hotel on the island.

Located on the north-west coast, it will comprise 50 suites and two villas, all with private pools. The hotel will also feature the brand’s signature Makris restaurant, located in a rooftop garden; a signature SOMA spa with an indoor pool and gym; and a pool and lobby bar. 

Next summer, Domes Resorts will introduce a new concept billed as a ‘private lifestyle members’ club with ultra-luxe glamping’.

The inaugural project, 91 Athens Riviera (pictured), is set to feature a range of restaurants, bars and modern sporting facilities, including eight tennis courts. 

Domes said the 30 ‘tents’ would be equipped with both families and couples in mind, with most featuring private plunge pools. Accommodation will be open to everyone, while facilities will be exclusive to members.

In Q4 2024, Domes Maison Corfu will open under the brand’s Reserves arm. The historic mansion, which dates back to 1903 and once hosted the British royal family following Prince Philip’s baptism, was acquired by Domes a year ago.

Located in the Old Town, the brand said the property offered an “unrivalled stopover location” for guests visiting Domes’ other Corfu hotels: Domes Miramare, a Luxury Collection Hotel, and Domes of Corfu, an Autograph Collection Hotel.

Meanwhile, Domes Noruz Kassandra in Halkidiki, which opened under Domes’ management in April this year as a ‘beach club with rooms’, is set to undergo an extensive renovation. 

The project will welcome 26 new suites and a pool set within a quiet zone, and is due to be completed in time for next year’s season.

Domes Resorts’ chief executive Dr. G. Spanos said: “This year has seen Domes move towards a new hospitality direction and this will continue into 2024 and beyond. Our pipeline demonstrates our desire to open new touchpoints for our guests to enjoy Domes’ luxury services and to create even more personalised experiences in the luxury tourism sector whilst, simultaneously, presenting an exclusive opportunity to discover our destinations through a variety of mediums. 

“Our portfolio will blend luxury accommodation, fine-dining, members’ clubs, wellbeing and cultural venues, to cater to our ever-growing and evolving luxury audience.”

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