Halkidiki’s five-star Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort is now under new ownership. The luxurious resort in northern Greece was taken over for an undisclosed sum by a Bulgarian tourism sector firm, according to the news.
The new owner has ended Miraggio’s cooperation with management company Cronwell and is planning to proceed with an ambitious investment plan in order to “establish Miraggio as one of the best hotels in Greece,” according to the report.
New investments in Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort will go towards upgrading the resort’s existing facilities that include its restaurants and bars, its award-winning superyacht marina, its one-of-a-kind thermal spa, its conference center, and its open-air amphitheater.
Miraggio is to operate according to its longstanding tradition of organizing sports and cultural events, but the resort’s new owners plan to build 130 private luxury residences to be sold via the new project named “Mare Village.”
A few of the events scheduled to take place at Miraggio during the 2020 season include the 2nd Miraggio Kassandra Run Half-Marathon, a tennis tournament, the 3rd Miraggio Music Festival as well as the Oktoberfest Beer Festival.
The Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort is situated on the southwest coast of Kassandra in Halkidiki. The luxurious resort stretches amphitheatrically over an area of 34 acres on the beautiful slope of a hill. The spa has its own thermal spring and sits in front of a sunny 800-meter long beach at Cape Kanistro, in Paliouri.
Sporting 300 luxurious rooms and suites, the spa-resort accommodations overlook either the Aegean Sea or verdant gardens. 48 of the accommodations have private pools and the exclusive benefits of Club Miraggio. There are also family suites that can accommodate up to four adults or three adults and one child.
Bookings for 2020 are already open.