Greece Is The Word: The New Ikos Aria In Kos Is A Holiday Game-Changer

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Ikos Aria is the fifth property from Ikos Resorts. Having first opened its first hotel in Halkidiki in 2015, the brand has gone on to carve out its own niche for top-end, all-inclusive holidays that don’t skimp on style.
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