Conde Nast Ranks Greek Resorts Among Finest in Europe



Santa Marina, a Luxury Collection Resort in Mykonos, was featured among the top hotels in all of Europe by Conde Nast. Credit: Santa Marina, a Luxury Collection Resort, Mykonos/ Facebook

The well-regarded publication Condé Nast has published the names of the winners in its competition “Top 30 Resorts in Europe: Readers’ Choice Awards 2020,” featuring six world-class hotels and resorts in Greece.

MarBella Corfu, featured on Condé Nast’s new list. Credit: MarBella Corfu/Facebook

Long considered a top travel destination for luxury travel the world over, Greece tops the list with the six resorts featured, with France and Italy following with five.

The Westin Resort at Costa Navarino was ranked among the top hotels in Europe, according to Conde Nast. Credit: Costa Navarino/Facebook

There are also three luxury hotels from Cyprus listed in the Condé Nast competition results. The venerable travel publication is widely considered to be the top source for information on luxury international travel.

The Sani Resort in Halkidiki was also featured among Conde Nast’s top hotels in Europe. Credit: Sani Resort/Facebook

World-class hotels in stunning locations such as Messinia, in the Peloponnese, along with Mykonos, Crete, Halkidiki, and Corfu are ranked on the list of establishments which most impressed the well-traveled readers of the international travel magazine.

The Blue Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort and Spa in Crete, ranked among the top hotels in Europe. Credit: Blue Palace, Facebook

The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort in the Peloponnese, is the highest-ranked Greek hotel on the list, at eighth on the list of 30 such establishments. The resort, located among olive groves along the cosmopolitan coast of Messinia, incorporates the stunning landscape and the traditional hospitality of the Peloponnese into its accommodations.

The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort in the Peloponnese. Credit: Costa Navarino/Facebook