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Magnificent medical spa center opens

Some 2,000 years ago, the Roman general, Syllas, frequented Aidipsos to take in the medicinal qualities this spa area offered. Almost 100 years ago, one of the period`s finest hotels opened here.
This year, it`s the site of a magnificent medicinal spa center that`s slated to become the best in Europe. This new complex at Aidipsos on the island of Evia<.>, called Thermae Sylla<.>, opened last week and will hold its official opening ceremonies in September. The project cost its owners, the Ankar Company, billions of drachmas to complete. Ankar`s managing director, Ioannis Anastasopoulos, says the original hotel was completely stripped and rebuilt to new specifications, and an ultra-modern new wing was added. The complex boasts 250 beds and four deluxe suites, two restaurants – a separate 750-square-meter unit hosts a deluxe restaurant and reception rooms – two conference halls, three bars (one on the beach) and a variety of recreation rooms and boutiques.
Another building, 1,800 square meters, houses the complex`s ultra-modern hydro therapeutic center, complete with natural hot water springs (80 degrees). The entire complex is under the supervision of a team of medical professionals trained abroad, and boasts the latest in equipment from Germany.
Included in the complex are natural hot water pools, special hot spa tubs, hydro massage and medicinal mud spas. Its physiotherapy and beauty section includes shiatsu and about a half dozen methods of special hydrotherapy.

Some 2,000 years ago, the Roman general, Syllas, frequented Aidipsos to take in the medicinal qualities this spa area offered. Almost 100 years ago, one of the period`s finest hotels opened here.

This year, it`s the site of a magnificent medicinal spa center that`s slated to become the best in Europe. This new complex at Aidipsos on the island of Evia<.>, called Thermae Sylla<.>, opened last week and will hold its official opening ceremonies in September. The project cost its owners, the Ankar Company, billions of drachmas to complete. Ankar`s managing director, Ioannis Anastasopoulos, says the original hotel was completely stripped and rebuilt to new specifications, and an ultra-modern new wing was added. The complex boasts 250 beds and four deluxe suites, two restaurants – a separate 750-square-meter unit hosts a deluxe restaurant and reception rooms – two conference halls, three bars (one on the beach) and a variety of recreation rooms and boutiques.

Another building, 1,800 square meters, houses the complex`s ultra-modern hydro therapeutic center, complete with natural hot water springs (80 degrees). The entire complex is under the supervision of a team of medical professionals trained abroad, and boasts the latest in equipment from Germany.

Included in the complex are natural hot water pools, special hot spa tubs, hydro massage and medicinal mud spas. Its physiotherapy and beauty section includes shiatsu and about a half dozen methods of special hydrotherapy.

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