Built in 1817, the Imaret offers 19th-century Islamic architecture and 21st-century luxury. Sprawled across the hillside of Kavala's ancient Panagia district, its three courtyards cover nearly three-quarters of an acre and are filled with fragrant Mediterranean gardens.
The Imaret's 15 rooms and 11 suites showcase the building's beautiful domes and archways. From fine toiletries, to daily fresh flowers, no detail is overlooked. Décor is updated seasonally: think French linens in summer, and rich velvets in winter. The spacious suites feature vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, and spectacular ocean views.
Treat yourself to the hamam, a traditional Turkish bath, and be pampered with massage and scented oils. Enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea in the intimate tearoom. The restaurant serves fine European cuisine, and private terrace dining can be arranged.
Take a guided tour of the hotel, or explore Kavala's Byzantine fortress, the Kamares aqueduct, or the picturesque harborfront.