New Greek Island Hotel is Perfect for Mamma Mia! Style Holiday

Calling all Mamma Mia! fans.

A new hotel has just opened in Greece that’s being described as the perfect place for recreating a Mamma Mia!-style holiday.

With Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again leaving travelers far and wide lusting over their own Greek-island escape, online search interest in Greek holidays soared this summer.

With that in mind, luxury holiday specialists True Luxury Travel are offering a Mamma Mia! inspired break on the idyllic island of Skiathos (which just happens to be a short hop from Skopelos, where the original Mamma Mia! movie was filmed.)

Your holiday escape would take place at the brand new five-star ELIVI SKIATHOS, a lavish hotel nestled within the island’s natural environment featuring facilities adapted to the landscape.

The property is spread over 213 acres along the famous Koukounaries beach, the protected black swan wetland and the famous Big Banana and Little Banana beaches.

The hotel includes three different residential areas all offering their own unique luxury experience: ELIVI Xenia Hotel, ELIVI Nest Rooms, Villas & Suites, and ELIVI Grace Suites.

The property is also home to three of the best restaurants in Skiathos, each of which showcases genuine flavors, pure materials, and exemplary preparation.

“At ELIVI SKIATHOS, Mediterranean diet and Greek cuisine combined with our childhood memories of pure flavors from our grandmother’s cooking, become inspired cuisine recipes,” said the hotel. “Local dishes, local products, all that we created in the kitchen of ELIVI, paired with the appropriate wines, lift the spirits and elevate the heart and soul.”

The three restaurants – Xenia Restaurant; Leda and the Swan; and Nest Pool Bar & Restaurant will serve fresh vegetables and fruit from local producers, with an emphasis on organic farming and also the freshest produce from the best Greek and global market suppliers.

Additional notable highlights of the new hotel include Elemis Spa and 24-hour room service.

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