Elegantly curved domes and arches, a palette of soothing yellows and golds, and a design that harmonises with nature. Euphoria Retreat offers a striking and modern interpretation on classical Byzantine artwork and architecture, within an inspiring minimalist Zen design.
Every corner of Euphoria Retreat tells its own story. The cross vaults of the loggia which welcome you into a mood of monastic calm, the courtyards that mix shade with sunlight, and the long wooden tables of the GAIA Restaurant that encourage you to share your experiences with others.
Intimacy and comfort
All 45 guestrooms provide the intimacy and comfort needed to completely unwind, yet no two are alike. Within them, the four most significant eras of Byzantine iconography find expression in textiles, colours and artwork, while the amenities and furnishings speak of absolute luxury.
Standing proud within the estate is the Leoncini Mansion, a 200-year-old listed building, lovingly refurbished to house six guestrooms of its own, as well as a private dining room and a library offering space for quiet reflection.
A holistic experience
The centre point of Euphoria Retreat is undoubtedly the pioneering spa, built into the mountainside and set over four floors. From consultation and exercise rooms, to the Sphere pool, Byzantine Hammam, recreation spaces and so many other facilities, it is designed down to the very last detail to inspire life change.
Each level of the spa offers a different view and ambience, with outdoor exercise courtyards that encapsulate the entire Euphoria Retreat experience.
Above you, the mysticism and historical significance of Mystras Castle prevail. Behind you, begins the dense forest of Mt Taygetus. Below you, you can feel the energy and wisdom contained in the Garden of the Five Senses. And ahead of you – stretching as far as the eye can see – is a panorama of the Eurotas Valley, lush and verdant, and unchanged as it has been for centuries.