Thermae Sylla Spa-Wellness, Luxury Hotel, Aedipsos Spa Resort   -  Greece

Thermae Sylla Spa-Wellness, Luxury Hotel, Aedipsos Spa Resort 
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Aedipsos has perhaps the most famous spa in Europe. Thermae Sylla Spa is set by the crystal clear sea of Evoikos. The hotel was built 105 years ago and was reconstructed and refurbished in 1999. The area of Thermae Sylla Spa is noted for its mineral water which has been spouting since the time of the philosopher Aristole (350 BC) and the Roman General Syllas. Therefore, it is no coincidence that celebrities such as Greta Garbo, Sir Winston Churchill, Omar Sharif, Maria Callas and others took relaxation here.

The spa boasts 35 different treatments using mineral waters and therapeutic herbs, which form the basis of the Greek way of promoting health.

The Hotel also provides many other programmes: reflexology, craxenofen, oriental rasul, and others to compliment the spa therapies. When not indulging yourself at the Spa you can explore remnants of the ancient Greek civilization with day trips to Delphi, Olympia, and the Acropolis and Parthenon in Athens. Walking in the locality is highly recommended.

Guest Facilities

* 108 Rooms and suites, with English furniture, air conditioning, safe, satellite TV, radio, bathrobes, slippers, hair-dryer
* 2 Restaurants, 1 serving Mediterranean cuisine, 1 Traditional Greek
* All rooms made up twice a day
* 3 Bars
* Mini-market
* Gift shop
* Jewellry shop

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Passport/Visa No visa request for British passport holders, other passport holders should consult Greek Embassy 09065 508983. All passports must have minimum 6 months left.
Climate Summer is dry and hot often relieved by stiff breezes especially coastal resorts, evenings can be cool, winters are mild, can be cold in north, rainy season November - March
Health Reciprocal agreement with UK. No vaccination required.
Time GMT + 2 (GMT + 3 in summer)
Electricity 220v AC, 50Hz round 2 pin plug
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