The Oasis Hotel - Perivolia
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The original building was built by the Venetians in the 16th century. It was a Pasha's residence during the Ottoman
The original building was built by the Venetians in the 16th century. It was a Pasha's residence during the Ottoman occupation. The building was refurbished and converted into a hotel by the Stratoudakis Family in 1988.
A view of the pool and patio looking toward onr of the newer buildings in the background.
A view of the pool and patio looking toward onr of the newer buildings in the background.
Fill that pool!
Fill that pool!
Take a pose Anna Maria.
Take a pose Anna Maria.
A view of the two newer buildings.
A view of the two newer buildings.
The hotel is surrounded by orange and mandarin groves.
The hotel is surrounded by orange and mandarin groves.
A view across the orange groves to the older building on the right and the newer ones on the left.
A view across the orange groves to the older building on the right and the newer ones on the left.
A view of the two-story unit from the stairs to the upper level.
A view of the two-story unit from the stairs to the upper level.
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The units in the newer buildings have balconies that face the pool.
The units in the newer buildings have balconies that face the pool.
Clean, contemporary bathrooms throughout.
Clean, contemporary bathrooms throughout.
The restaurant is built over an old olive mill and press. Original equipment can be seen.
The restaurant is built over an old olive mill and press. Original equipment can be seen.
The restaurant with the olive mill stone on the foreground and press in the back right.
The restaurant with the olive mill stone on the foreground and press in the back right.
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A view of the original olive press that was retained when the restaurant was built around it.
A view of the original olive press that was retained when the restaurant was built around it.
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