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Surrounded by undulating olive groves and overlooking the island of Spetses and the Argosaronic Gulf beyond, Amanzoe is just a 10-minute drive from the tavernas and vibrant life of Porto Heli. The road approaching Amanzoe ascends to the porte-cochere, a grand marble-clad edifice which serves as the entrance. Beyond lies the hilltop resort, arranged around an expansive reflection pool with spectacular views of the sea.
Conde Nast Traveler says..."The specs: Thirty-eight hilltop pavilions outside the yachting resort of Porto Heli. The property is surrounded by olive groves and working farms and has magnificent sea views. The look: Mediterranean minimalism by Ed Tuttle, the architect behind many an Aman property. The light-filled, cathedral-ceilinged pavilions are completely private, built around courtyards with private pools. Oak-paneled interiors have sliding wooden doors and matte-finished marble floors. The experience: Aside from visits to the Mycenaean ruins or a stylish harborside restaurant, guests tend to hole up and take advantage of this destination resort's many attractions, including an eight-treatment-room spa and a private beach club reached via the hotel's Mercedes SUV. In addition to a sandy strand, the club has a full menu of water sports/boating activities, two freshwater pools, an excellent restaurant, a bar, and vast terraces with loungers. " ~From cntraveler.com
Travel + Leisure says..."If the ancient Greeks designed a city on a hill today, with all the innovations of the modern world, it would probably look and feel like Amanzo’e. Its stone columns, acres of olive trees, and panoramic views of azure seas—not to mention its 38 residence-like, plunge-pooled guest pavilions, private beach club, three 90-foot-long green-marble-lined pools, and 12,000-square-foot spa—would make any returning Homeric hero weep. Add to that its covetable position on the Peloponnese peninsula’s sun-drenched southern coast, known for secluded pebbled beaches and easy access from Athens (the capital is just over two hours away by car or hydrofoil), and you’re well on your way to Elysium." ~From Travelandleisure.com
- 24 Hour Front Desk
24 Hour Security
Complimentary Social Hour (Daily)
- Currency Exchange
Fax Machine Available For Guests
- Internet: Internet Access Kiosk
Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service
Local Shuttle Service
Spa/Massage on Property
Telephone in Room
Wheelchair Friendly Public Areas
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