HOTEL MAGMA RESORT SANTORINI joins Hyatt. Scheduled to open in May 2022, the charming 59-room hotel will join the Hyatt Regency Collection.

Cool interior

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt subsidiary has entered into a franchise agreement with Thera Island Suites SA, owner of the Santorini Magma Resort, owned by Athens-based SWOT Hospitality. Scheduled to open in summer 2022, the hotel will join the Hyatt Infinity Collection as the first Hyatt-affiliated resort in the Greek islands. It will feature 59 rooms, including 24 suites. The signing underscores Hyatt’s strategy to increase the brand’s presence in leisure and independent collections in key European leisure destinations.

Magma Resort Santorini Hotel

Magma Resort Santorini will resemble a traditional Cycladic residence with a sustainable, modern exterior design that seamlessly integrates the stone and lava elements into the overall ambiance of the island. The hotel will feature 59 guest rooms and suites, 46 of which will have private pools and whirlpools, with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and the island of Anafi

Unbound collection by hyatt

Adhering to the Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand philosophy, Magma Resort Santorini will offer guests a unique, contemporary and personalized experience. Nestled amidst ancient traditional vineyards, the resort is located on the slopes of Vourvoulos, close to the picturesque lava sand beaches of the northeast of the island and popular cosmopolitan destinations such as Fira and Oia, famous for their sunsets. The resort’s culinary experience, Magma by Spondi, will be designed by two Michelin-starred chefs, highlighting local agriculture and seasonal ingredients in a modern and creative interpretation. The restaurant will offer signature dishes and other gourmet options, accompanied by renowned wines from the rich viticulture for which the island is known.

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Swot Hospitality

We are thrilled to partner with SWOT Hospitality and announce that the Hyatt brand’s Unbound collection is coming to the Greek islands with Magma Resort Santorini,” said Peter Norman, Hyatt’s senior vice president for EAME and SWA development. “Expanding our luxury brands and independent collections in popular European leisure destinations plays a central role in our growth strategy as we seek to meet the growing leisure needs of travelers seeking a rich experience.

A famous island

Santorini is one of the most visited islands in Greece and is famous for its connection to the lost island of Atlantis. Due to its growing popularity, it has been selected as a priority area for sustainable tourism by the Ministry of Tourism and the European Bank. The island is known for its extraordinary and picturesque beaches, its cliffs overlooking the caldera and its iconic sunsets.

We are thrilled to be part of the Hyatt family, to bring the Hyatt brand’s Unbound collection to Greece and the unforgettable experiences that brand recognition brings. With Hyatt, we hope to set a new benchmark in the hotel industry,” said Mr. Stefanos Papakaliatis, managing partner of Thera Islands Suites.

Art wellness center

The design of Santorini Magma Resort will incorporate the organic shapes of black volcanic stone, with contrasting gray and white geometric prisms reminiscent of Santorini’s volcanic ash that spreads across the island. The complex is inspired by the surrounding traditional houses, pezoules and terraces used for wine growing. It will blend into the natural environment while paying homage to Santorini’s underground spaces and cave houses, with a state-of-the-art wellness center and underground spa, as well as a spa that can accommodate up to 250 people. Elsewhere, the complex will include several semi-outdoor spaces and covered walkways to create a balance between indoor coolness and outdoor heat. The design and architectural development will be carried out by PEOPLE and ELASTIC Architects.

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Cellar homes

This is an iconic project for SWOT and the destination,” says Mr. Stelios Koutsivitis, president of SWOT Hospitality. “As a team, we are passionate about this agreement with Hyatt and are committed to creating an authentic, extraordinary and moving resort that carries the spiritual DNA of Greece.

Design hotel

The Hyatt brand’s Unbound Collection is a collection of truly distinctive hotels, all with different stories to tell. It inspires guests to explore new historical places, a fascinating past or a special sense of place, and each hotel reflects its unique location. Upon opening, Magma Resort Santorini will be the ninth Unbound Collection by Hyatt hotel in Europe, which includes the following hotels: The Wellem in Dusseldorf, Hotel SOFIA in Barcelona, Hotel Reisen in Stockholm, Hotel Párisi Udvar in Budapest, Great Scotland Yard in London, Hotel du Louvre in Paris, the iconic Hotel Martinez in Cannes, andHotel du Palais in Biarritz, with three more properties in the works – Grand Hansa Hotel Helsinki, La Zambra

in Mijas, Spain and the Rhodania Crans Montana Hotel in Switzerland.

Magma Resort Santorini will resemble a traditional Cycladic dwelling reinvented by incorporating a sustainable yet modern exterior design that seamlessly integrates the stone and lava elements with the overall ambiance of the island. The 59 guest rooms and suites, 46 of which will feature private pools and whirlpools, will enjoy breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and the island of Anafi.

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