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Atlantica Hotels and Resorts Takes Over the Management of Amalthia Beach Resort

 Atlantica Hotels and Resorts Takes Over the Management of Amalthia Beach Resort

Atlantica Hotels & Resorts, the largest hotel company in Greece and Cyprus, announces that as of November, 1 2019, takes over the management of Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel 4. The hotel is located in Agia Marina, Chania, Crete and is scheduled to open its doors during the summer season of 2020, to adults only.

Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel derives from the synergy of two historic companies: Atlantica Hotels & Resorts and Amalthia Beach Resort, a seaside hotel with a 35-year successful history.

During the winter months, Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel, will undergo an extension as well as a mild renovation, worth of 6 million euros, guided and supervised by the team of Melakis & Associates SA Construction Company.

Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel will have a total of 129 beautifully designed guest rooms, 61 of which will be added during the winter season. These include double rooms and suites, all of which have a private terrace or a balcony, with views to the sea, the pools and the gardens. The hotel offers four different food & beverage outlets allowing different dining experiences within the hotel grounds. In terms of amenities, the hotel offers three outdoor swimming pools, two Jacuzzis, fitness room and spa.

The know-how and expertise of the group has been proven in the past, and continues to outline the principles which reflect the company’s history, service and values. The newest addition to the Atlantica portfolio will be no exception to the hitherto known group’s quality of service.

Atlantica Hotels & Resorts is the only Cypriot Hospitality company, member of the largest tourist organization in the world of TUI Group, which operates in Cyprus, Greece and Egypt with a total of 53 hotel units.


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