Greek 2024 best hotels and resorts in the world

Porto Zante

Located in Tragaki, Porto Zante Villas And Spa offers luxurious villas with private heated pools and private gardens set right on the beachfront. Part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the resort includes Greek & Mediterranean restaurant and a contemporary Asian restaurant, a chill-out cocktail bar, and provides exclusive waterfront spa treatments. {Booking now here}

Boasting unlimited sea views, all villas feature large bedrooms and elegant living areas. They are modernly equipped with Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems, DVD player, Nespresso coffee maker with free capsules and a luxuriously stocked mini-bar. In the marble bathrooms, you will find a spa bath, Bulgari amenities and Armani Casa bathrobes. {Booking now here}

At Club House Restaurant, you can enjoy Greek and Mediterranean cuisine in a relaxing beachfront setting. Maya Restaurant offers contemporary Asian Cuisine with a Japanese and Thai flair. 24-hour dining service is also available providing guests with freshly prepared breakfast, light snacks and a la carte dinner in the privacy of their villas.

Porto Zante’s spa offers over 20 treatments, including a series of holistic, natural and effective therapies that combine natural products with innovative techniques. The resort features also a gym, and a personal trainer is also available. There is a Kids’ Club and an outdoor playground. Babysitting services and baby equipment are also provided. {Booking now here}

The main town and port of Zakynthos is 4.3 mi away, while Dionisios Solomos International Airport is at 5 mi. Airport transfer is provided free of charge and free private parking is possible on site.

Poseidonion Grand Hotel

Looking across the water from Porto Heli to Spetses, the first thing you notice is the Poseidonion, jutting out like a vast, immaculately frosted cake above the shore. {Booking now here}

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On opening in 1914, it was the first hotel in the Balkans with hot water, and was constructed with steel from Germany, wood from Romania and limestone from Bulgaria: only the best would do, whatever the cost. Years of decay followed, and there are stories of bathrooms collapsing down three floors into the lobby. {Booking now here}

But now, fully restored and extended by its owner, Emmanuel Vordonis, it is, once again, immensely glamorous and international. It has the feel of a very wealthy and adored Edwardian maiden aunt, taking a detour from the usual Côte d’Azur to enjoy instead the delights of a Greek island. {Booking now here}

There are rooms with sea views and garden views, pool suites, royal suites and a Tower Room – all in a classic pale palette that reflects the island light to such an extent that you have the suspicion, now and again, that you’re somehow floating.

The seafood is excellent, and dining on the outside terrace you really feel the electricity, communal warmth and humour of this very special island. {Booking now here}

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