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New Santorini spa to focus on Mediterranean rituals
POSTED 04 Apr 2019 . BY Jane Kitchen
Katikies Garden’s A.SPA will feature a concept based upon classic Mediterranean spa rituals and massage techniques with a focus on massages, facials and body treatments
Katikies Resorts & Club will open its seventh hotel this June, Katikies Garden, in the centre of Fira town on the Greek island of Santorini.

The new hotel is housed in a former monastery, with architecture that reflects the noble, classic style of the old quarter of Fira, an area that is still home to the sprawling mansions of some of the wealthiest residents of Santorini.

Katikies Garden’s A.SPA will feature a concept based upon classic Mediterranean spa rituals and massage techniques with a focus on massages, facials and body treatments.

Katikies Garden will consist of 40 suites, spanning a total of seven categories, from Junior Suites with private verandas or gardens and open-air heated jet pools, to the two-floor Katikies Garden Pool Suite which has its own swimming pool, spacious open-plan living and dressing area plus a 120sq m private garden.

“We’re delighted to announce the summer opening of Katikies Garden and are excited to be bringing the first luxury offering to Santorini’s capital,” said Nikolaos Pagonis, Owner of Katikies Resorts & Club. “With further openings planned over the next couple of years we continue to establish ourselves as the leading luxury hotel group in Santorini and Mykonos.”

Katikies currently operates five hotels in Santorini and one in Mykonos.


 


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04 Apr 2019

New Santorini spa to focus on Mediterranean rituals
BY Jane Kitchen

Katikies Garden’s A.SPA will feature a concept based upon classic Mediterranean spa rituals and massage techniques with a focus on massages, facials and body treatments

Katikies Garden’s A.SPA will feature a concept based upon classic Mediterranean spa rituals and massage techniques with a focus on massages, facials and body treatments

Katikies Resorts & Club will open its seventh hotel this June, Katikies Garden, in the centre of Fira town on the Greek island of Santorini.

The new hotel is housed in a former monastery, with architecture that reflects the noble, classic style of the old quarter of Fira, an area that is still home to the sprawling mansions of some of the wealthiest residents of Santorini.

Katikies Garden’s A.SPA will feature a concept based upon classic Mediterranean spa rituals and massage techniques with a focus on massages, facials and body treatments.

Katikies Garden will consist of 40 suites, spanning a total of seven categories, from Junior Suites with private verandas or gardens and open-air heated jet pools, to the two-floor Katikies Garden Pool Suite which has its own swimming pool, spacious open-plan living and dressing area plus a 120sq m private garden.

“We’re delighted to announce the summer opening of Katikies Garden and are excited to be bringing the first luxury offering to Santorini’s capital,” said Nikolaos Pagonis, Owner of Katikies Resorts & Club. “With further openings planned over the next couple of years we continue to establish ourselves as the leading luxury hotel group in Santorini and Mykonos.”

Katikies currently operates five hotels in Santorini and one in Mykonos.





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