Brown Hotels opens its first 5-star resort in Greece
Brown Hotels, an Israel-based hotel chain, will open the doors of the Isla Brown Corinthia, its first five-star resort in Greece.
Located in the town of Agioi Theodoroi, near the city of Corinth in the Peloponnese, the new complex offers 166 luxury rooms and suites.
With the new resort, Brown Hotels aims to bring “new life to the area by delivering quality vacation experiences, elevated aesthetics and affordable luxury.”
The group has carefully curated a set of experiences that offer relaxation, quality and discretion for families and couples who want to experience a special vacation in an island setting, just 40 minutes from the Greek capital and 50 minutes from the airport. Athens International.
Located on the beachfront, Isla Brown Corinthia offers traditional and modern fine dining restaurants, leisure areas, gym, outdoor bar, children’s park and water sports facilities.
The complex also offers stunning views from its impressive 550 m² terrace, designed to host spectacular parties.
The building that houses Isla Brown Corinthia has been restored by Elastic Architects, an award-winning architectural firm.
Ideal for hosting conferences
Besides a vacation hotspot, Isla Brown Corinthia also aims to become a premier conference venue. With facilities of 550 m², the complex can host any type of professional and social event.
During May 31 – June 1the station will host the 1st Israel-Greece Conference – Calcalist 2022 which will focus on real estate, tourism and investment, and will host senior executives and government officials from both countries.
Following the opening of Isla Brown Corinthia, in the near future Brown Hotels is expected to open two more hotels in central Athens, as well as new resorts in Chalkida and Eretria. The company’s investment plan for the next three years includes a total of 42 hotels and resorts, which are already under construction and development.
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