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Danai Beach Resort & Villas
Nikiti, GreeceEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Danai Beach Resort & Villas
This 62-room hotel on the second peninsula of Halkidiki, on the northern edge of the Aegean Sea, gives travelers access to a private beach and wine cellar.
This Mediterranean gem is set amid the lush gardens and fragrant pine trees of the Halkidiki peninsula, known for its charming villages, historical sites, and pristine white sand beaches. But although the hotel is located less than three miles from the town of Nikiti, guests tend to spend their days on the resort's property, relaxing by the heated saltwater pool, kayaking to nearby swimming holes, or indulging in a milk and honey bath at the spa. In the evening, the Seaside Bar is a tranquil place for a glass of rosé before heading to the hotel's internationally inspired Andromeda restaurant for octopus carpaccio with pickled shallots and seared Dover sole. Marble-clad guest rooms come stocked with fresh flowers and Bulgari bath amenities, and the 2,000-square-foot villas, which have fireplaces and private terraces with heated pools, are a great option for families.
Known for its long tradition of beekeeping, the Halkidiki peninsula produces some of the best honey in Greece. Arrange a tasting of the local varieties through the hotel before picking up a bottle of pine tree honey to bring home.
Be sure to make reservations at the hotel's romantic open-air restaurant the Squirrel, overseen by chef Hervé Pronzato.
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- The Leading Small Hotels of the World
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Heated Pool
- Tennis Courts
- Fitness Center
- Table Tennis
- Water Sports
- Conference Facilities
- Private Balcony
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Satellite Television
- DVD Players
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- 3 Restaurants
- All hotel taxes and hotel fees
- 2-person occupancy
- Breakfast each morning
- Use of the sauna and steam baths
- Complimentary WiFi
- Welcome drink
- Bottle of wine and fruit basket in room upon arrival
Why We Love Nikiti
Ditch the tourist-dominated scene that you'll find in other parts of Greece and embrace the serene on Nikiti's pristine coast.
Must-See Museum: Museum of Byzantine Culture. Also in Thessaloniki, this museum holds nearly 3,000 artifacts in its vast collection, which spans from the early Christian period to the late 19th century. Read More
Top Eats: Thessaloniki. The second largest city in Greece has Greek fare that spotlights the region's olives and honey. Stroll through the Modiano Market, where you can pick up spanakopita, then head to Zythos, popular with the locals, for lamb meatballs. Modiano Market: Aristotelous and Ermou Zythos: 5 Katouni, Ladadika.
Why Go Now
May 18, 2011
International Museums Day
Free admission to all museums in Greece