Ο ΡΕΣΤΗΣ ΟΙ ΦΙΛΟΙ ΤΟΥ ΚΑΙ Ο ΜΠΡΑΒΟΣ …

by on 12 November 2011

“We first started with Aman in Bhutan a few years back now and the experience was wonderful. We have been to 5 other Amans, including Marakech, before stopping here at Villa Milocer. The experience here was so sub par as to permanently dissuade us from doing further business with Aman. During our planned stay one of Aman’s investors in Montenegro, a Greek shipping business man named Victor Restis took over the hotel with his Thai business investor and co-owner of caffeine pusher Red Bull. The investor and his buddies filled the hotel with tobacco smoke (the management hadn’t the balls to tell them to take it outside), took all the luxury cars for their exclusive use, and were generally catered to hand and foot while the other guests were treated

as second class citizens. At one point upon walking back to my room from an outer restaurant on the property a bodyguard of, presumably Victor Restis, jumped out of his car and asked me what I was doing there. I dont expect to be treated like a king at a hotel but I do expect to, at the very least, be treated the same as any other guest. Not the case here and I think the most offensive thing is that our poor treatment was the direct result of the arrogance of the wealthy investors in the property. Please, if you have any appreciation for the power of the written word over the arrogant billionaires of the world (and not all of them are arrogant) don’t stay here.”