Overseen by the interior designer and architect Alexandra Anastassopoulou, the property was recently renovated including all existing room types. Mrs. Anastassopoulou was also in charge of the interior design and decoration of the newly established Suites. Ideally located in Perdika, Antzi Studios boast modern accommodations and fabulous sea views.
Online PR News – 04-January-2012 – – An ideal destination for weekends away from Athens throughout the year, the island of Aegina is known for its lively harbor, the charm of its inhabitants as well as its local cuisine. A mere 35 km from the port of Piraeus only adds to the island’s allure.
Antzi Studios, located in the pretty fisherman village of Perdika, offer a range of accommodations for vacationers looking for a warm environment in a naturally beautiful setting, long walks on the beach as well as seafood and fish delicacies at the family’s fish restaurant “Nontas”. A fifteen minute drive from the Hora of Aegina, Perdika also offers vacationers many dining and bar options.
Initially built in 1992, Antzi studios has since been a work in progress, when in 2003, three new traditional stone buildings were added. In 2011, new renovations were completed including the new room type. The new suites boast 45m2 of open plan living on two levels. Accommodating up to three guests, the new suites feature two private balconies, gorgeous sea views and modern minimalist decoration. As with all the accommodations within the property, the new suites feature amenities such as refrigerators, cooking appliances, TV, air-conditioning, central heating and daily cleaning services. A photo shoot which took place in October 2011 fully showed off their luxurious air, serving to illustrate and promote the renovation itself.
As already mentioned, the owners of Antzi Studios, also own the famous “Nontas” Fish restaurant with its quality food and fresh fish. Established in 1936, the fish restaurant offers delicacies caught by local fishermen combined with wondrous romantic views of the marina and the Peloponnese region across the sea.