Zoetry Wellness & Spa Resorts will open its first property in Greece, announcing plans to debut the Zoetry Halkidiki all-inclusive resort in mid-2024.
The 105-room property will be perched cliffside on the Halkidiki peninsula, promising views of Mount Olympus and the Aegean Sea. Guests will be able to directly access the beach below via a “panoramic lift,” which Hyatt said will offer beachgoers “a unique experience.”
The resort’s food and beverage offerings will comprise two a la carte restaurants, one buffet and three bars and lounges.
Other amenities will include a Zoetry spa, a gym and a beachfront pool.
The Zoetry brand, which currently has eight resorts, is part of Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection.
The Zoetry Halkidiki will be Zoetry’s second all-inclusive in Europe, following the opening of the Zoetry Mallorca Balearic Islands in 2021. It will be the Inclusive Collection’s third resort in Greece, joining the AluaSoul Zakynthos and Dreams Corfu Resort & Spa.
“As Greece’s tourism industry rebounds, we are seeing increased demand for all-inclusive resort experiences both from guests and from developers,” said Carlos Paredes, the Inclusive Collection’s director of development for Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
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