Launching in Q2 2024, Odera, will be the first luxury boutique hotel of its kind on the unspoilt island of Tinos.
Offering a selection of curated culinary delights and rejuvenating wellness offerings along with a contemporary yet timeless design, the property will shelter 77 guestrooms and pool suites, an expansive spa, secluded private beach and beach club.
Odera will feature interiors designed by Studio Bonarchi, celebrating Tinos’ traditions, local artisans and producers.
The commitment to preserving the environment and supporting the island’s local craftsmanship is reflected in every corner of the hotel, from traditional Tinian stonework and authentic pigeonholes showcasing the island’s natural beauty and heritage, to meticulously crafted marble furnishings and incredible dining menus that celebrate local suppliers.
The art of understated, yet exquisite, living is embraced at Odera and all guestrooms and suites boast magnificent sea views and a walk-in shower.
Those looking to elevate their stay to new heights can opt to stay at the Odera Residence which features a spacious living area and a private pool overlooking the Aegean Sea, promising complete opulence and privacy.
Wellness at Odera is a holistic journey that mirrors the unhurried pace of life on this enchanting, rugged island and the premium spa experiences offer rejuvenation and soulful indulgence.
Guests are invited to discover the heart and soul of Tinos through a host of island activities and excursions including hiking, fishing, village tours and marble carving workshops while the lively Tinos town is just five kilometres away.
The hotel’s private sandy beach, Vourni, is a short stroll and guests can rent the hotel’s private boat to explore the hidden gems along the stunning coastline.
Tinos is the soulful sister of the Cyclades and a world apart from the neighbouring island of Mykonos, which is just a short boat or helicopter ride away.
A hidden, unspoilt gem, it is a charming and spiritual island, best-known by religious pilgrims for the Church of Panagia Evangelistria, built in 1823 to honour the Virgin Mary.
With its rustic landscape, remote and unspoilt beaches, undulating olive groves and vineyards and sleepy, white-washed villages, Tinos offers a peaceful haven, a place of respite and calm and a glimpse into a time gone by.
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