The plain, rather austere facade of this restored 1920s industrial complex conceals a village of self-contained villas arranged around a swimming pool. Each of the cheery white apartments, with wood and built-in furniture, has splashes of a primary color on the pillows and upholstery—lemon yellow, bright blue check, or red-and-white stripe—and is named after an island. Even the studios (which overlook the garden) seem roomy, and sea-view apartments have spacious sitting
areas with fireplaces. Aristocratic walnut dining sets, love seats, and beds furnish the huge, splurge-worthy, two-story Presidential Residences. The larger apartments are great for families and groups of friends.
Kounoupitsa, 1,500 feet west of Dapia, Spetses town, Spetses, 18050, Greece
22980-75000-through 22980/75010; 210-346–2879; 210-342–1279-in Athens