Radisson Hotel Group has further cemented its position in Greece with the recent announcement of the Radisson Blu Resort, Mani.
Set to open in the 2025 season, this 150-room beach resort marks the fifth Radisson Blu property in the country, showcasing the group’s commitment to expanding its luxurious and diverse portfolio in key Greek locations.
Situated in a serene location near some of Greece’s most famous archaeological marvels, including Mystras and Monemvasia Castles, the resort is ideally located on the pristine Blue Flag Selinitsa Beach. Just a three-hour drive from Athens International Airport and less than two hours from Kalamata International Airport, the resort promises easy accessibility for both international and domestic travelers.
The Radisson Blu Resort, Mani, is designed to cater to a wide array of preferences and needs. Guests will have the choice of standard and accessible rooms, suites, and a presidential suite, most of which boast private infinity pools and all featuring private outdoor terraces with breathtaking ocean views. The resort’s facilities are set to include an all-day restaurant, a beachside terrace restaurant, and a pool bar, offering diverse culinary experiences.
For relaxation and entertainment, the resort will not disappoint. Guests can enjoy a luxurious swimming pool, a fully serviced beach, and an onsite wellness and fitness center. Nature lovers will appreciate the 1.5 km turtle nesting beach, preserved in its natural beauty.
Elie Milky, Vice President of Development for Greece, Cyprus, and the Middle East at Radisson Hotel Group, emphasized the group’s strategy of expanding in Greece, focusing on primary cities and resort destinations. He expressed gratitude towards their partners, Vema Tourism Enterprises S.A., for their trust in the Radisson brand.
Ekaterina Valiotis, Managing Partner of the hotel’s ownership and development companies, expressed her enthusiasm and honor in partnering with Radisson Hotel Group. She highlighted the group’s leadership, support, and innovative approach to meeting the evolving needs of modern travelers as a pivotal factor in their decision to collaborate.
Moreover, the Radisson Blu Resort, Mani is not just a leisure destination. It also caters to business travelers with its fully equipped private meeting room and multi-purpose event center, designed to meet the needs of the well-traveled business guest with bespoke event planning.
In conclusion, the Radisson Blu Resort, Mani is set to be a significant addition to Greece’s hospitality landscape, offering a blend of luxury, comfort, and cultural richness. This development represents another step forward for the Radisson Hotel Group in strengthening its presence in Greece, renowned for its beautiful landscapes and rich history.