Nikki Beach Resort & Spa
What We Love
- A stunning stay at Porto Heli's five-star lifestyle resort, with breakfast and discounts
- Pampering yourself with luxurious treatments in Nikki Spa
- Sunbathing on capacious white poolside loungers
- Getting a taste of the famous Nikki Beach lifestyle in Europe
- Fantastic panoramic views of Porto Heli bay
What To Know
- All guestrooms offer direct views of the Aegean Sea
- Located on the mainland, but a quick ferry ride to the Greek islands of Spetses and Hydra
- The restaurant, Café Nikki, has an à la carte menu and daily buffets, and the Pearl Rooftop serves killer fresh sushi
The deluxe jet-setter lifestyle brand of Nikki Beach has spread its Miami-born allure all the way to southern Greece’s summer resort town of Porto Heli. The spanking new five-star Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Porto Heli offers everything you’ll need for a luxurious beach retreat in a sleek and revamped 1970s building.
Mediterranean elements have been meshed with Nikki Beach’s contemporary boutique design on the sand. Drink in bright Aegean Sea views from almost every corner of the resort – that is, when you’re not fixated on the entertainment wall in your hip room or hosting cocktail hour from your in-room bar.
Bright whites, cool greys and smooth wooden surfaces abound. The pool is steps from the yacht-dotted bay, and there is a spa, beach club, culinary café, fitness centre and rooftop lounge to float serenely between.
Nikki Beach Porto Heli’s beachfront rooms are smartly designed and all offer direct views of the gorgeous Aegean Sea. Make the most of your entertainment wall and oversized bathroom, whether you’re staying in a cosy Luxx room or a roomier suite with either the best panoramic views or a pool to cool off in.
From the à la carte menu to the lovely buffet selection, you’ll get to enjoy refined cuisine in the stylish resort’s Café Nikki and the Pearl Rooftop Lounge. International flavours are combined with regional specialities, from the slow-roasted free-range chicken to the delectable seafood dishes.
Wellness meets glamour at the exclusive Nikki Spa, where you’ll find a collection of luxurious and therapeutic ESPA-based treatments that combine the best of traditional and modern therapies – and you can even arrange your session in a beach cabana or your own room.
Set in the exclusive sun-kissed Porto Heli resort in southern Greece, the hotel enjoys one of the most desirable locations on the mainland. A mecca for Athenian weekenders seeking a picture-perfect escape, the town is nestled against a backdrop of lush green hills that provide shelter from the Aegean winds, creating an ideal environment for swimming and water sports. If you’re yearning to explore, hop on a ferry to the nearby islands of Spetses and Hydra for a change of view.
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We visited the hotel for 3 days. It was a really good experience the rooms are very clean and spacious.
In the breakfast buffet you have a really large variety and the personnel is always happy to help you with their biggest smiles!
Also Porto heli is a very nice area very nice restaurants, the concierge sent us to the best restaurant with an amazing view .
We also visited the island across Porto heli and had a full day trip there too!
We will definitely go again in the summer
Totally worth it!!
I was lucky enough yesterday to visit Nikki Beach Resort at Pórto Heli. I can confess that my experience was extraordinary, the hotel is very well designed, the rooms are super clean with the perfect view of a fantastic sunset. The personnel is very polite and kept me satisfied all the time. I’ve visited the restaurant which also kept me fully satisfied. Perfect service delicious food, poke me salad felt very fresh, and seafood pasta was well done, well boiled in a well done bisque. Thank you all down there
The hotel is clearly undergoing serious management problems. Although the rooms and the facilities clearly showed the original plan for luxury, the management and service are hopelessly disorganized.
The effect is that the guest has a 3-star (at best) hotel experience, while paying for a 5-star one.
Not recommended for anything other than a visit to the pool bar, for the foreseeable future.
We visited the hotel during the Easter holidays 2019 . The rooms of the hotel were luxurious, we had a nice view of the bay. But the service (not trained personnel) of the hotel was not what we expected. Especially at the night, after the church mass, on Great Saturday, at the restaurant, (by the way it is the only restaurant and it is open at the side, it was cold). We had to ask the waiters to bring food on the table, drinks etc. On Easter day's breakfast (Great Sunday), when my husband asked a waiter if we could have some tsoureki(Greek traditional sweet for Easter) for the children, we didnt like the way he answered (politely but with irony). Also at all breakfasts, we had during our stay, seemed there was a lack of a manager to coordinate the waiters and also the cooks. There was a feeling of no cooperation between the personnel, the food on the buffet wasnt enough and nobody bothered from the personnel to bring more. We had to wait for half an hour to get us some yoghurt, cheese, they never asked for coffee, the bread was old, the fruit were cut in small pieces so they seemed bad, not fresh and brown. A member of the personnel washed his face in the sink where they prepared the drinks in the bar.
Also, there was loud music almost all times of the day, until dinner. It was annoying if you wanted to get some sleep or just relax at the balcony reading a book or enjoying the view.
The hotel is situated in the more discreet ‘Greek Riviera’, favourite to millionaires & royal families, with private harbours for their holidays. A few minutes with sea taxi from the breathtaking Spetses island, famous for the picturesque old harbor, the romantic horse-drawn carriages and the grand mansions in the narrow cobbled streets. The destination offers a good choice of activities and trips available, but we preferred to discover the area and go to different attractions by ourselves. The hoteli is really admired for its rooms. Even the smallest are huge by normal standards, all with large showers, and baths and beds with sea-facing balconies some with rooftop private jacuzzi. Housekeeping pays special attention for details in room & for public areas also. Bath amenities are of a higher quality. The staff here was kind and friendly, trying their best, being smiley and attentive, providing full information needed and also being able to give recommendations. If you care about the quality of the food here's delicious, inventive Mediterranean dishes in the poolside restaurant. We also indulged in spa with treatments and massages provided in professional manner. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere & had a great holiday here with the ambience of the all-day sounds mixed by the in-house DJ at a significantly lower and entirely acceptable volume. We would greatly suggest it with highest rating regardless the 2,5 hours driving distance from capital Athens.