A postwar winery, has been transformed into a barefoot luxury resort on one of the most
unspoiled stretches of coastline in the western Peloponnese. Dexamenes Seaside Hotel is an architectural slice of Greek trading history on the mainland’s western Peloponnese coast. Inside an abandoned wine factory set directly on the sea, the property offers guests the singular hospitality experience of sleeping inside old wine tanks from the 1920s, which have now been minimally reanimated with steel, engineered glass, timber, and a clean-lined aesthetic. Many of the wine tanks also boast a private patio under a canopy, while a bar-lounge, a taverna, a history room, and a boutique “Bakaliko” store selling local produce all bring the location to the forefront. Taking guests from this post-industrial concrete landscape to the sands of Kourouta beach is a wide promenade that seems to float above the sand. Dexamenes Seaside Hotel offers 34 Wine Tank Suites and 1 Beacfront Villa.