Comprising a 38-suite resort and an Aman Spa, Amanzo'e is Amanresorts’ third Mediterranean retreat – the Greek complement to Montenegro’s Aman Sveti Stefan and Turkey’s Amanruya. Drawing its name from the Sanskrit-derived word for "peace" and zoe (pronounced zoi), the Greek word for "life," Amanzo'e is situated on a hilltop close to the quaint town of Porto Heli on the east coast of the Peloponnese. The luxury Porto Heli resort offers almost 360º panoramic sea views as well as a private Beach Club in a picturesque bay.Surrounded by undulating olive groves and overlooking the island of Spetses and the Argosaronic Gulf beyond, Amanzo'e is just a 10-minute drive from the tavernas and vibrant life of Porto Heli. The road approaching Amanzo'e ascends to the porte-cochere, a grand marble-clad edifice which serves as the entrance. Beyond lies one of the most fabulous greece luxury resorts, arranged around an expansive reflection pool with spectacular views of the sea.Every one of Amanzo'e's 38 guest pavilions has its own private swimming pool. Each Pool Pavilion offers a six-metre pool and each Deluxe Pool Pavilion features a 12-metre pool. The free-standing pavilions are arranged on different levels to maximise privacy and the breathtaking views over the Aegean. Each pavilion is accessed through a stone-wall courtyard that leads to spacious, high-ceilinged living and sleeping areas. Beds are positioned in a marble-walled alcove which, together with the living area and bathroom, opens up onto the terrace, shaded by a pergola.
- Agios Panteleimonas
- Kranidi, Argolida 213 00
Rich in history and steeped in mythology, the Peloponnese is a large peninsula in southern Greece, forming the part of the country south of the Gulf of Corinth. Named for the founder of the Olympic Games, King Pelops, the peninsula reaches out its rocky, beach-fringed fingers into the azure waters of the Aegean Sea and is home to beautiful countryside dominated by olive groves and carob trees. The Peloponnese has long been a favoured weekend and holiday destination for Athenians due to its proximity to Greece’s capital, its mild climate and peaceful scenery.
Directions to Hotel
Amanzo'e is a 2½-hour drive overland from Athens or a 2½-hour journey by sea on a hydrofoil from the Athenian port of Piraeus. Alternatively, helicopter transfers to Amanzo'e are available through iFly. The helicopter takes a maximum of five passengers with a baggage allowance of 30kg per person. Flight time is 25 minutes from Athens Airport.
Head out at sunrise or sunset for an airborne tour of the area. Flights take in all the Mycenaean Citadels including Mycenae, Tyrinth and Midea, as well as Epidavros, Halieis (the ancient sunken city in Porto Heli Bay), Acrocorinthos, the ancient stadium and Temple of Apollo at Nemea, and Isthmia Harbour.
Rooms are available to accommodate guests with disabilities.
The Restaurant is a shaded, high-ceilinged structure defined by floor-to-ceiling windows that maximise the sea views. It is fronted by an expansive outdoor terrace designed for alfresco dining.
Amanzo'e offers various options for fitness and recreation including a fully-equipped gym, Pilates facilities, and a yoga studio overlooking the surrounding hills.
Amanzo'e’s Aman Spa comprises seven double treatment rooms, two hammams and a hair and finishing salon, all looking onto a peaceful open-air courtyard. Treatments include massages, facials, scrubs and wraps, combining the best Asian techniques with ancient Greek beauty rituals, and using Aman Spa’s own range of chemical-free skincare products.
Two outdoor tennis courts.
Amanzo'e guests and villa owners, as well as a select number of Aman Club members can enjoy the exclusive use of the Beach Club. Situated in a beautiful bay with sparkling turquoise waters, the Beach Club is only a five-minute drive from the resort through a thick pine forest. Alternatively, guests can stroll (30 minutes) or mountain bike (10 minutes) the picturesque route. The Beach Club provides refreshments and a dining area, as well as water sports equipment.
Ideal for mountain biking, off-road tracks abound in the area, whether winding through ancient pine forests or hilltop olive groves.
A variety of unique Greek handicrafts, jewellery and artwork is on display and available for purchase.
Waterskiing is available in the region’s sheltered bays.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Tennis Courts on Site
- - Beach
- - Biking, Mountain
- - Boating
- - Jogging & Running
- - Sailing
- - Shopping
- - Water Skiing
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