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Aria Hotels Expands Activities to Kefalonia, Adds ‘Sui Generis Villa’ to Portfolio

Aria Hotels, the privately-owned boutique hotel and villas company, has expanded its activities to the island of Kefalonia with the addition of the Sui Generis Villa to its portfolio of properties.

Inspired by the Latin phrase “sui generis”, meaning “unique” in English, the 200sqm luxury villa is located on hill overlooking the bay of Pessada and the national park of Ainos.

“The property will be ready to welcome its first visitors to Kefalonia from the middle of May,” Aria Hotels said in an announcement.

The unique design and luxury features of the Sui Generis Villa create the ultimate holiday experience for groups of friends, couples and families of up to six persons.

The residence follows the philosophy of Aria Hotels, with its design focusing on authentic Greek hospitality, with the use of excellent quality natural and sustainable materials.

The two-level villa offers three bedrooms with separate bathrooms, including a master bedroom with a private bathroom, as well as a hammam, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area and a living room.

The garden covers an area of 1.23 acres and includes a swimming pool with a floating living room, a fireplace, a barbeque area and private parking space.

The newly built villa is located in the village of Pessada, 15 minutes by car from the town of Argostoli.

During the last few years, Aria Hotels has expanded its portfolio of properties with the addition of carefully selected hotels, villas and accommodation facilities.

Today, its portfolio includes 41 properties in 13 destinations on the Greek islands and the mainland.

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