Nobu’s first hotel property in Greece is set to open this spring

Nobu Hospitality announced this week the opening of its first hotel and restaurant in Greece. The Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Santorini is expected to open later this year in the spring.

The global lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper already has twenty-six properties in its expanding portfolio, including ten in Europe.

“We are very happy to come to Santorini and work with the local community on this exciting project. Santorini is one of the most beloved destinations in the world with its rare beauty, famous for its distinctive cuisine, whitewashed architecture against the backdrop of steep cliffs and its spectacular sunsets illuminating the sea and sky,” Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality, said in a statement.

“We look forward to inviting locals and international travelers to experience the Nobu lifestyle in this special destination.”

The Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Santorini is located on the northeast coast of Santorini and will house a Nobu restaurant, a full-service spa, a luxury fitness center, a two-tier infinity pool and a total of five villas with a pool. Its position allows breathtaking panoramic views of the Caldera and the Aegean Sea from its unique cliff-top location in Imerovigli.

Nobu Hospitality had entered into a long-term management agreement with MonteRock International to ensure that its properties maintain a level of food, drink and hospitality that is central to the Nobu brand, which will continue on the Greek property.

“We are truly proud of the strong collaboration we have had with the Nobu brand over the years, and we are now beyond excited to grow together in the hospitality industry,” MonteRock International CEO Alfredo Longo said in a statement. a statement.

“In this incredible “canvas” such as the island of Santorini, the best of what Nobu’s lifestyle and cuisine has to offer would be served in a “perfect setting”, catering to every need to the highest standards. higher.”

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