“Awakening all the senses through authentic and timeless experiences” is the motto of Meraviglia Slow Living, a seven-suite luxury resort on the outskirts of Preveza, in northwestern Greece.
The minimalist architecture of this new holiday and wellness destination, built by Mr Aris Tzimas, owner of the hotel, is in harmony with its surroundings. The signature of the Athenian design studio Block722, who designed the latest boutique hotel in Casa Cook’s lifestyle hotel collection, is evident. “Scandinavian design influences are combined with Greek furniture and local materials to give a warm earthy feel in absolute symmetry with nature,” the designers explain.
“The stone wall has been built with rocks from the surrounding area, while the courtyard is made of aged pavés spread between the gardens.” The complex is surrounded by rosemary and lavender, while the roofs are also vegetated to better maintain a pleasant room temperature.
The ground floor opens onto a lounge connected to the outdoor pool. On the first floor, the rooms have unobstructed views of the sea, giving a sense of belonging. All local, organic, and sustainable materials have been chosen to enable carefree barefoot living. Meraviglia Slow Living promotes the ‘slow’ state of mind and the purified lifestyle par excellence, offering a calm, regenerating, and energizing environment.
Photo credits: Spyros Hound Photography / Design Ambassador