Guests of this coastal hotel in Tsilivi — a village on the Zakynthos Island in Greece, are sure to have a calm, balanced holiday. Dubbed the Olea Hotel, the establishment is effortlessly inserted in the Grecian landscape. During the construction process, Block722 Architects focused on establishing a working path of communication with the structure and its surrounding through the use of natural materials like wood, bamboo and so forth. In addition, the interior of the coastal hotel is also arranged by the firm and the dominant natural palette surely contributes to this feeling of harmonious balance.
Aside from breathtaking views and a calm environment, the Olea coastal hotel offers its guests a variety of services, including a spa, three restaurants, as well as a sizable pool.
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