Located at a privileged location in the center of the island and at an altitude of 500 meters, the newly built hotel is surrounded by nature, away from the crowds, and offers stunning views of the Aegean sea.
A half eco-friendly boutique hotel and a half family home, the ELaiolithos Luxury Retreat is run by Helen, a natural-born host and true supporter of the island’s landscape and produce.
According to an announcement by the hotel’s management, Helen has personally taken meticulous care of every detail in order to provide guests with a unique hospitality experience.
“The best hidden gem of Naxos is ideally located to offer both luxury and relaxation combined with Naxian tradition, mythology, history and nature… Our mission is Responsible Tourism, to create unique experiences in this serene, cozy, relaxing atmosphere, and for each guest to live like a local and feel like a local.”
Embracing an eco-friendly lifestyle and green philosophy, ELaiolithos was built according to the traditional Cycladic style in order for its outdoor areas and terrace to match the surrounding environment and maintain a sense of invisible luxury, comfort and simplicity.
The hotel features four luxury suites that blend tradition with modern luxury, each with its own concept and decoration. The individual designs reflect the feel of the island, from its customs and traditions to its magnificent landscapes. Each suite has its own kitchen, bedroom, en-suite and living area as well as access to the terrace.
Feast on locally sourced food
The ELaiolithos Luxury Retreat promotes “clean eating” and serves Naxian delicacies with locally sourced ingredients.
“We support our community by contributing directly to its economy. All our produce comes only within a 5 Km radius. Putting money back into our community helps locals survive the year and ensure they’ll still be around when you visit again. That’s sustainable.”
The ELaiolithos Luxury Retreat has acquired the Health First seal and adopted the latest health and safety measures announced by Greek authorities to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and protect its visitors and staff.
More information is available at https://elaiolithos.com.