Costa Navarino in Peloponnese will welcome the first Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Greece, in Spring 2023
The first property of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Greece is located on the historic Bay of Navarino, known for its spectacular views and award-winning golf course, The Bay Course. The beachfront resort will be part of Costa Navarino and will comprise 99 guest rooms, including 48 pool villas, all with outdoor terraces and sea views, along with five restaurants and bars.
Architecture and design at Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino
Here, the finest in hospitality blends harmoniously with the core values of respect, quality and authenticity espoused by Costa Navarino. The unique contemporary architectural design by Alexandros N. Tombazis & Associates and K-STUDIO is aligned with Costa Navarino’s sustainable principles, featuring planted roofs blending into the natural topography of the land and the use of local materials. Seamless transitions between inside and outside spaces, combined with eye-catching décor and traditional materials, allow eco-conscious guests to connect with the surrounding nature and enjoy the many benefits of green living.
Gastronomy at Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino
Culinary excellence has long been a key element of the Mandarin Oriental experience, as well as an essential part of Costa Navarino’s appeal to indulgent travelers. The five dining venues at Navarino Bay serve to confirm Mandarin Oriental’s reputation for delivering some of the finest hotel restaurants in the world. Each venue has a distinctive design and culinary offering, but they all share the same sea views which at sunset are truly magical.
Wellness at Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino
The 1,500 sqm wellness facilities will feature a stunning 25m indoor-outdoor pool with magnificent bay views and the Group’s signature wellness therapies with both indoor treatment rooms and outdoor pavilions. The guest experience will be further enhanced by its proximity to the destination’s leisure activities, water sports, biking and rock-climbing, as well as four signature golf courses designed by Bernhard Langer, Robert Trent Jones II and José María Olazábal.