AMR Collection Adds Two New Resorts in Southern Europe

Dreams Calviá Mallorca
Dreams Calviá Mallorca

AMR Collection has announced the addition in of two new resorts in Southern Europe – Dreams Calviá Mallorca in Palma, Spain and AluaSoul Zakynthos in Tragaki, Greece – which both opened in MAY 2022 following renovations.

Dreams Calviá Mallorca

The recently refurbished, family-friendly, 4-star Dreams Calviá Mallorca features 391 appointed rooms just 100 meters from the sea. Designed by interior designer Jaime Beriestain, the resort underwent a complete renovation of existing facilities in addition to the construction of two new buildings.

Guests of all ages can enjoy an upgraded wellness area, gym, four swimming pools, Balinese beds, several terraces, an Explorer’s Club for kids, a Core Zone for teens, a solarium and new adults-only areas. New gastronomy offerings include live cooking and recipes with local produce at four à la carte restaurants featuring Mallorcan and international cuisine, two all-inclusive buffets, two snack bars and a food market.


Following its renovation, Dreams Calviá Mallorca received the BREEAM sustainability certification, an international benchmark for sustainability in the field of building construction.

AluaSoul Zakynthos

AluaSoul Zakynthos
AluaSoul Zakynthos

The new AluaSoul Zakynthos began welcoming guests on 01MAY 2022, with sustainably refurbished public areas and guestrooms. The 4-star, all-inclusive, adults-only beachfront resort offers guests views of the Ionian Sea and surrounding natural scenery.

The resort features 161 rooms, all refurbished, including 48 reserved for “My Favorite Club” guests, offering a higher level of relaxation and comfort for an exclusive experience, access to private areas including an exclusive lounge and pool area, private check-in and check-out, and more. For food lovers, AluaSoul Zakynthos offers three restaurants serving local and international specialties with special themed nights.

For more information on AMR Collection, visit its web site.

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