Zoetry Wellness & Spa Resorts is set to make its debut in Greece with the opening of its first property, the Zoetry Halkidiki all-inclusive resort, in mid-2024.
Situated on the Halkidiki peninsula, the resort will boast 105 rooms perched cliffside, offering breathtaking views of Mount Olympus and the Aegean Sea. A unique feature of the property is a “panoramic lift” that provides direct access to the beach below, providing guests with an exceptional beach experience.
Dining options at the resort will include two a la carte restaurants, a buffet, and three bars and lounges, ensuring a variety of culinary experiences. Additionally, guests can enjoy the Zoetry spa, a well-equipped gym, and a beachfront pool.
Zoetry, a brand under the Hyatt Inclusive Collection, currently operates eight resorts worldwide. The Zoetry Halkidiki will be their second all-inclusive resort in Europe, following the successful opening of the Zoetry Mallorca Balearic Islands in 2021. It will also mark the Inclusive Collection’s third resort in Greece, joining the ranks of AluaSoul Zakynthos and Dreams Corfu Resort & Spa.
Carlos Paredes, the director of development for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East at the Inclusive Collection, expressed excitement about the growing demand for all-inclusive resort experiences in Greece’s tourism industry as it continues to recover.
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