Greek Chain Aqua Vista Hotels has won several awards at the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2023 which was held recently in Athens.
The chain has some of the most luxurious line-up of beautiful hotels in the Aegean, including the islands of Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos and Paros.
This year it received five accolades at the prestigious World Luxury Hotel Awards 2023.
Established in 2006, the World Luxury Hotel Awards is the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury hotel industry offering international recognition as voted by guests, travelers and industry players alike.
Over 300,000 international travelers vote each year, during a four-week period to select the winners. Luxury hotels have the opportunity to participate in the World Luxury Hotel Awards by entering hotel categories that showcase their unique selling points and destinations.
Aqua Vista awarded hotels
The five awarded hotels are Naxian Queen Luxury Villas & Suites, Amber Light Luxury Villas, Golden East Hotel Imerovigli, Art Hotel Santorini and Above Blue Suites.
“We’re overjoyed to announce that Above Blue Suites and Amber Light Luxury Villas have received an astonishing FIVE accolades at the prestigious World Luxury Hotel Awards 2023,” Aqua Vista said on Facebook.
“Our team’s hard work, dedication, and commitment to providing unparalleled luxury experiences have been recognized on a global scale. We couldn’t have achieved this without your unwavering support and trust in our brand,” it added.
The hotels are ideal for romantic breaks in sun-soaked locations where the smallest details count, and for to “your-home-but-better” suites and villas that offer private pools. They are famous for spectacular locations, first-class service and quintessential touches blending harmoniously.
The company in 2022 renewed its partnerships with long-term leases, launched new collaborations with hotels and also added Athens as a new destination to its portfolio with the inclusion of the boutique hotel Nema Hotel & Suites in its collection.
Referring to the Covid-19 pandemic, the company’s CEO, George Grafakos noted recently that it was in fact a very difficult two-year period for all tourism professionals.
“I believe that all companies that managed to ‘survive’ this crisis will now benefit in full from this sudden recovery,” he told GTP Headlines.