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The 2024 hot list: the 6 best new hotels in Greece

The list of all-new 2024 hotels in Greece

Do you want to know where to book a stay in Greece, right now? Hotel aficionados want to know what’s new, what’s popular and where to go – and with a slew of highly anticipated debuts, there are more hotels to explore than ever before. We maintain a current list of all new hotels along the Mediterranean that are set to open in 2024, conveniently divided down month by month so you can see exactly when they opened. Here is the complete guide to Greece’s newest, best and buzziest hotels, inns and guesthouses.

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July

King Jason Zante Planós Zakynthos Ionian Islands Greece hotel review

16/7

King Jason Zante

King Jason Zante, a striking resort opening on the island of Zakynthos, showcases modern architecture with a twist. Think floating luxury – 87 rooms and suites linked by a network of infinity pools, offering views over the bay. The dining scene is a vibrant mix: three restaurants serving everything from local to fusion cuisine, crafted by top chefs. Picture sipping cocktails at one of the two bars, with Zante’s own wines adding a local flair. Unique features? Over 10,000 square metres of pool areas, private swim-up options and a layout that blends indoors with the outdoors. It’s a blend of bold design, culinary adventure and aquatic luxury, all wrapped up in a cool, contemporary package.

King Jason Zante
Planos Paliovigla
Plános
Zakynthos
Greece

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Photography courtesy of King Jason Zante

May

17/5

Gundari

Gundari, emerging in early 2024 on Folegandros, promises an exhilarating escape. Sprawling across 80 coastal acres, it features 25 suites, each a blend of luxury and minimalism, mirroring the island’s raw beauty. The architecture is a marvel, crafted from locally sourced rock, harmonising with the craggy landscape. Inside, the style is sleek and understated, with a nod to the silvery olive trees that dot the surroundings. The dining scene is a highlight, spearheaded by the acclaimed Lefteris Lazarou, a pioneer in modern Greek cuisine and the country’s first Michelin-starred chef. Gundari is a vibrant oasis, offering a unique blend of tranquil coves and dramatic sea bluffs, perfect for those seeking a lively yet unspoiled island retreat.

Gundari
Folegandros
Greece

Photography courtesy of Gundari
Deos Mykonos Aegean Islands Greece hotel review

10/5

Deos Mykonos

Deos Mykonos is the epitome of contemporary elegance, marrying the island’s enduring allure with modern design, courtesy of architect Galal Mahmoud. This boutique gem in Mykonos offers a unique vantage over the town and its historic harbour. The hotel features 60 luxurious rooms, each boasting private terraces equipped with either hot tubs or pools, framing the expansive Aegean Sea. Dining at Deos transcends the ordinary, with a Mediterranean-inspired à-la-carte restaurant, alongside eclectic F&B experiences at the pool, lounge area and a bar that gazes upon an infinity pool. A lavish spa, complete with an indoor pool and marble treatment rooms, adds to the hotel’s exclusive offerings.

Deos Mykonos
Mykonos Town
Greece

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Photography courtesy of Deos Mykonos
One & Only Kéa Island Aegean Islands Greece hotel review

1/5

One & Only Kéa Island

Opening in May 2024, One & Only Kéa Island Resort in Greece redefines luxury on a grand scale. With its location on Kea Island’s 60-hectare beachfront, this exclusive haven offers 75 opulent villas. Culinary enthusiasts will have plenty to choose from in its three distinct restaurants and two bars, each brimming with unique flavours and atmospheres. The resort is a sanctuary of wellness, featuring a holistic spa and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. Designed with contemporary Greek elegance by Heah & Co., it perfectly captures the Cycladic essence, marrying serene charm of the Aegean with rich cultural traditions.

One & Only Kéa Island
Kéa Island
Greece

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Photography courtesy of One & Only Kéa Island

April

Santo Mine Oia Suites Santorini Aegean Islands Greece hotel review
Santo Mine Oia Suites Santorini Aegean Islands Greece hotel review

20/4

Santo Mine Oia Suites

Santo Mine Oia Suites emerges as a fresh, adults-only luxury retreat in Santorini, ingeniously integrated into the cliffs of Oia where an old stone mine once stood, overlooking the captivating Ammoudi Bay. This exclusive sanctuary offers 37 bespoke suites, each boasting either a private pool or jacuzzi, framing the breathtaking vistas of the Aegean Sea. The suites and communal areas are a masterclass in design, mirroring the rugged beauty of Santorini with a blend of calming earth tones, Mediterranean flair and Cycladic simplicity. The on-site restaurant, under the guidance of a renowned chef, promises culinary delights, complemented by an all-day bar and a wine cellar stocked with select local and international wines. Adding to the allure, a well-appointed spa and an outdoor gym enhance the rejuvenating experience.

Santo Mine Oia Suites
Oia
Santorini
Greece

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Photography courtesy of Santo Mine Oia Suites
Domes Novos Santorini Aegean Islands Greece hotel review

19/4

Domes Novos Santorini

Domes Novo Santorini presents an intriguing blend of luxury and wellness in the heart of Santorini. This boutique hotel boasts 50 suites and two villas, each graced with a private pool and is designed with Cycladic influences using local materials like volcanic stone and blonde oak. The neutral, earthy interiors with dark accents create a calming ambience. The hotel’s crown jewel is its rooftop garden, an idyllic spot for experiencing Santorini’s famous vibrant sunsets. Above all, the Makris restaurant, perched on the rooftop, offers a gastronomic journey with Chef Petros Dimas at the helm.

Domes Novos Santorini
Tholos
Santorini
Greece

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Photography courtesy of Domes Novos Santorini

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