Aria Hotels Adds Traditional Kardamyli Guest House to Portfolio
Greek hospitality group Aria Hotels has expanded its portfolio of properties in the Peloponnese with the addition of Salvia, a traditional guest house located in the village of Kardamyli.
Salvia will reopen on July 1 to welcome travelers for the summer season.
“Aria Hotels recognizes its responsibility towards its guests and will undertake all the necessary health and safety measures in line with state regulations to create a safe and secure environment for all,” the group said.
Salvia is surrounded by lush gardens and olive trees. Its name derives from the Latin word for sage, which grows in the region.
It consists of three separate holiday homes that can accommodate up to four persons. All homes combine traditional architecture with modern comforts and amenities. They also offer stunning views and direct access to the nearby Ritsa beach.
Moreover, the property includes a shared swimming pool.
While in Kardamyli, guests will have the opportunity to visit the nearby Patrick Leigh Fermor House, which is accessible to the public with guided tours by the Benaki Museum.
Aria Hotels offers a number of hotels and villas located in exceptional destinations of unique natural beauty throughout Greece.