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Grace Hotels Announces Plans To Open Hotel In Kalamata, Peloponnese

Grace Hotels

Grace Hotels

Grace_Hotels_logoGrace Hotels recently announced plans for a new hotel development including residential villas just outside the historic city of Kalamata, in the south western part of the Peloponnese in Greece.

The hotel will comprise 125 rooms and suites plus up to 40 luxury residential villas, each with three, four or five bedrooms.

As with all Grace properties, the design will reflect the group’s philosophy of elegance and simplicity, while being sympathetic to the locality. The hotel will feature multiple restaurants; two bars; a state-of-the-art spa and wellness center; conference facilities; water sports and children’s facilities.

Located on the beautiful sandy Velika beach with 300 meters of secluded beachfront, Grace Kalamata will be approximately 20 kilometers west of Kalamata in an area known for its outstanding natural beauty. The hotel will offer views of the Messinian Gulf and Mount Taygetos.

Grace Mykonos

Grace Hotels

This area, rich in culture and history, offers much for visitors to enjoy, from the picturesque seaside town of Pylos and the Palace of Nestor, one of the finest surviving examples of a Mycenaean palace, to Loutraki, known for its natural springs and therapeutic spas. The historic towns of Nafplio and Monemvasia are also nearby. Numerous beaches line the coast, all of which are within easy reach of Grace Kalamata.

Grace Kalamata will be conveniently located for access by road (approximately 2½ hours’ drive from Athens) and air (13 kilometers from Kalamata International Airport).

This will be the fourth development for the award-winning Grace Hotels group in Greece, following the success of its iconic Grace Mykonos and Grace Santorini, with Grace Kea currently under development.

Grace Kalamata is expected to open its doors in 2017.

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