It’s easy to see why some visitors to Westin don’t venture beyond the resort. If fact, if you treat yourself to one of the Premium Infinity Suites with its own infinity pool and a sun deck shaded by classic-style stone arches - you could find yourself tempted not to even go out into the resort. But, of course, that would be to miss out on the wonderful beach, the variety of water sports, the lively bars, the golf courses and the huge range of restaurants and bars.
It is, of course, your choice. You are, after all, on a luxury, tailor-made holiday to Greece, so you set your own agenda. Be a shame not to visit the 13th century fortress of Paleokastro, though, and the soaring waterfalls of Polylimnio.
Westin Resort, at a glance
- World class resort beside a picture postcard beach
- Choice of 445 rooms and suites
- Many with their own private pools and uninterrupted views of the sparkling Ionian Sea
- Architecture and design inspired by ancient Messinian mansions
- Deluxe rooms have great views from huge, floor-to-ceiling windows
- Infinity rooms and suites have their own, private infinity pools
- Premier suites have individual terraces
- The resort features over a dozen excellent restaurants, an ice cream boutique and four lively bars
For leisure and pleasure
- Marbled spa specialising in ancient olive oil massages, beauty pampering and signature treatments based on the teachings of Hippocrates
- Walking and cycling tours to places of historical, cultural and natural significance – like the waterfalls of Polylimnio and the 13th century fortress of Paleokastro
- Water sports including yachting, wake boarding, skiing, surfing and undersea exploration
- No less than two beautiful but challenging 18 hole golf courses in a sea and olive grove setting