Santa Marina Arachova Resort and Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSanta Marina Arachova Resort and Spa
We were in Arachova on a business trip off-season, so we missed some of the delights of a first-class hotel--breakfast (which was sumptuous) was delivered to my terrace view as there were no other guests. The town was a close walk and interesting. The hotel must be fabulous during ski season.
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In addition to the other structures, I really liked
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Games. Nena told us that the athletes would train at the bottom of the mountain,
and then competed ...
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