UK’s daily newspaper The Telegraph has included Greece among this year’s ideal destinations for British holidaymakers and has recommended the Elivi Skiathos resort as one of Europe’s best hotels to visit when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
Having included Elivi Skiathos on a list of the six best hotels in Greece, The Telegraph says that it stands out for its discreet luxury, excellent service and amazing location.
“It offers a feeling of elegance without becoming impersonal. It is refined and serene.”
With the black swan as its symbol, Elivi Skiathos offers visitors a different view of Skiathos where luxury is incorporated in the simplicity and harmony of nature.
“It is a great pleasure and honor for our team that Elivi Skiathos has been selected as one of the best hotels in Europe for such an important market. We look forward to welcoming our guests and offering them the unique experience of Elivi on the beautiful island of Skiathos,” the hotel’s Managing Director Vivi Nathanailidou said in an announcement.
Established in 2018, Elivi Skiathos is luxury five-star resort, developed in three complexes – the Elivi Xenia Hotel, the Elivi Grace Rooms & Suites and the Elivi Nest Rooms, Villas and Suites. The three retreats are located in a dense pine forest, overlooking the popular beaches of Koukounaries, Ambelakia, Banana and Little Banana, and offering impressive views to the sea and the mainland.
Its owners have combined the 1960s architecture of the legendary Xenia Skiathos hotel that existed in the property, with modern simple elements that highlight the serenity and grandeur of the natural landscape.
The Telegraph’s feature also refers to the cosmopolitan Skiathos of the ‘60s and’ 70s when Jackie Onassis used to stroll in its alleys.