|Posted by moodhacker on August 28, 2017 at 11:25 PM|
The Santo Maris’ Oia Luxury Suites & Spa in Santorini has been nominated in the “Greece’s Best Resort Spa for 2017” category by the the World Spa Awards the nomination
The nomination is a recognition and a reward for the high-quality services on offer and for the spa’s remarkable facilities, according to he management of the Santo Maris Oia announcement,
The spa of Santo Maris Oia reflects the hotel’s philosophy of personalized services rooted on the ideals of genuine Cretan hospitality and of the promotion of Greek concepts and products, as most of the treatments, techniques & ingredients are inspired by the Aegean Islands and Crete.
“The nomination confirms that even though the newly built Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa has been in operation for only two years, its 300 sq.m. spa is already regarded as one of the best on Santorini, thanks to the wide range and the unique quality of treatments, therapies and wellness services on offer.”,the announcement said
Guests can vote for the spa of the Santo Maris Oia at http://worldspaawards.com/vote/santo-maris-oia-luxury-spa-2017. The winners will be revealed at the glittering World Spa Awards 2017 ceremony being staged in Vietnam on December 9.
The Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa is a member of the Metaxas Group of Companies, a group with a longstanding tradition in the hospitality sector.
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