Auberge Expands Collection to Europe and Northeast United States

As part of the partnership, Auberge will welcome five Grace properties in Europe and the northeastern United States into the Auberge Resorts Collection portfolio.
Grace Mykonos, one of the five properties to join Auberge's collection.

The Auberge Resorts Collection has announced a strategic partnership with the Libra Group, owners of Grace Hotels. Through this partnership, Auberge will welcome five properties in Europe and the northeast United States into its portfolio.  

Over the next 90 days, the following properties will be branded under the Auberge Resorts Collection: two hotels in Greece, Grace Santorini and Mykonos; the Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, CT; White Barn Inn & Spa in Kennebunk, ME; and the Vanderbilt Hotel in Newport, RI.

In addition, there are plans to develop new properties in the coming years in St. Moritz, Switzerland; Marrakech, Morocco; Athens, Greece and other destinations in Europe and South America.

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“Our strategic partnership with the Libra Group will expand our portfolio of acclaimed properties and build on Auberge Resorts Collection’s reputation as a premier hospitality brand,” said Dan Friedkin, Chairman, Auberge Resorts Collection. “With the Logothetis family, we have found like-minded partners who share our desire to deliver exceptional quality and unparalleled guest experiences.”

Libra Group is an international business group owned by the Logothetis family and active in 35 countries across six continents. It is focused on six core sectors: aviation, energy, hospitality, real estate, shipping, and diversified investments.

In addition to Grace Hotels, the Libra Group’s hospitality interests include Aria Hotels, a niche hotel and villas management company with properties in Greece and Spain; and Elandis, a global real estate ownership and development company with a diverse portfolio that includes hospitality assets.

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