Zeus International, the fastest growing consulting, management and development services Hospitality Group in Southern Europe of announces the takeover of the management of the former Eretria Village Resort & Conference Center on the island of Evia that was followed by the overall renovation of the property. The fully renovated Eretria Hotel & Spa Resort will re-open in June 2021 offering its guests unique All-Inclusive services and experiences.
Eretria Hotel & Spa Resort, only a stone's throw away from the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Evia, boasts a unique architecture inspired by the picturesque Greek villages in the countryside surrounded by lush gardens with winding alleys and flowery corners.
The hotel has 220 rooms harmoniously blended with the natural beauty of the island, offering wonderful views of the pool, the green landscape and the Gulf of Evia as well as a variety of room types such as suites, bungalows with private pools and spacious family bungalows. The Conference and Events Centre can host up to 2,000 people, a facility that will further enhance the hotel’s offerings for business and social events. The complex offers a selection of five restaurants and bars, extensive swimming pools, Wellness Center & Spa with heated pool, a gym, a variety of sports facilities such as tennis courts, basketball, volley, beach volley and petanque, as well as a mini club for children.
The hotel premises are specially designed so that guests can enjoy a unique holiday experience, while at the same time they can savour the highest standards of hospitality in an environment that combines the feeling of a holiday in a village and the stay in a wonderful luxury resort near the turquoise waters of Evia.
"We are very happy for this new addition to the portfolio of the Zeus International Group" said Mr. Harris Siganos, President and CEO and added that "Eretria will be an important pillar of tourist development in the wider region of Evia in the coming years due to its pristine natural beauty and, above all, its proximity to Athens".