This elite, adults-only retreat gives you a mountain-top spa and pools with panoramic views of Santorini’s caldera.
Built on an old cliff-top winery, the Suites of the Gods look directly over Santorini’s ancient volcanic crater – now filled with the blue waters of the Aegean. You can admire the views from 2 of the pools.
The hotel is adults-only, so you can expect a peaceful vibe whether you’re unwinding in the cavernous spa or dining in the à la carte restaurant. The village of Megalocori is less than a 10-minute drive away.
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This infinity plunge pool offers panoramic views of the Caldera as you enjoy a refreshing dip.
Offering a range of Greek and international dishes. There is seating outside so you can enjoy your food al fresco style.
Spa and wellness centre*
Offering a range of different massages, facials and body scrubs in a typically Greek environment.
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Double rooms are split-level, with a bedroom on the upper floor, that looks onto a seating area. There's space for two with a double bed. Rooms feature neutral tones decorated with canvas prints and scatter cushions. These rooms have a minibar on request.
Junior suite sleeps two with a double bed. They offer neutral tones throughout, a lounge area, and sea views. These rooms have a minibar on request.
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Very good hotel, fantastic location
This was our second visit,as we stayed here last year, liked it and decided to come here again. We found that some things had changed for the better - more terrace furniture and there is a very good terrace bar (thank you to Stella, the excellent bar steward!) which was previously a store room for sun umbrellas and the music system. The staff are all friendly, polite and helpful, willing to give advice / make phonecalls if your Greek isn't up to it / offer transport / provide for your needs if they can. We requested a private dinner for our last evening and all our requests were met by the chef, then Stelios made an excellent job of waiting on us! We started off in Room 202 then were upgraded to 109 which overlooks the pool. Both rooms were fine, everything works and all are air conditioned. The views from all the rooms are fantastic, overlooking the caldera, and there is no need to go into Oia for the much-publicised sunset amongst hordes of people - get a drink and sit on the terrace and watch it in peace. Thank you to all the staff, especially Eleni, Konstantinos and Constantina, as well as those mentioned above. I hope we will come back to Santorini and when we do, this is where we will stayMore
Kathryn610, Colchester UK
I arrived at 11.10pm on 19 June 2015 and was overwhelmingly welcomed and shown maps about where to go, not to go...basically stalling for time until Konstantinos came in reception to tell me that due to plumbing problems my room was not ready and took me to another hotel 2.5 kms further away. On 22 June (they day before I was leaving Santorini) I received a call to tell me my room is ready. I received a call to say my room was ready! the day before I was leaving Santorini. So I decided to go to Suites of the gods, I stayed at your hotel for the better part of 4 hours as I went out shopping etc. The room which was supposed to be ''an upgrade'' was at the very bottom of the complex which meant walking many stairs.I paid a lot of money to stay there one night and a few hours. I discussed the matter with reception when i was leaving on 23 June regarding a refund due to not having the accommodation I paid for. I was told that this matter would be resolved and a refund would be given to me. I am still waiting for some correspondence about this. Also the room (402) was not up to standard. The venetian blind over the bath (NOT spa bath) would not shut, the strings were tied up so that you could not close or open the blinds. Also I lifted the tap over the bath and it came off in my hand and under it was a lot of white matter which looked like it had been tried to be fixed over and over. But still no good. The basin did not have any space on it or the sides to put cosmetics etc. on. The lighting in bathroom inadequate and bad lighting throughout all the room. One of the lamps did not work so I took the bulb to them to replace. The remote for the TV didn't work-it was replaced with a completely different one. Two large lounge chairs covered with creamy colour cloth, lifted the cloth and chairs were stained. I am not at all satisfied to say the least about the whole situation. Such a high rated hotel!!!!! REALLY!! AND THIS IS WHAT I GOT! WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL TO ANYONE. IT IS OVERRATED.More
A fanastic hotel with great view and friendly staff
We have visited the Suit of God in the most beautiful Island of Santorini, last week, we stayed for a week, it is a magical place, the room overlooking the pool and the view is fantastic. All the staff there were very nice and friendly, and thank you to Makrina,Konstantina, Roudi and the rest. The hotel is in a relaxing quite place withy a small pool and spa, we had a meal at the hotel in the evening over looking the Caldera and it was good. We spent a lot of the time touring round the island with hired car and taste the Greek food withy great friendly atmosphere. The Hotel is: -10 minutes walk from Megalohor few Taverans, we recommend Raki with great food. - 10 minutes Taxi(10 Euro) to Metaxy Mas Taverna at Pygros(recommended). - 20 minutes drive to Oia and Kamari beach and Perissa beach -10 minutes drive to Fira. -20 minutes drive to To Psaraki Tavena at Vlychada with fresh fish. -10 minutes walk to Super market. Finall I would recommend this hotel in Santorini and we love the Greek people we met in the our holiday and miss everyone Sal & SuraMore
Brilliant hotel with amazing views
This was our first trip to Santorini and we will definitely be coming back to the Island and the Hotel. I can definitely recommend it, with the gorgeous view of the caldera. The staff were so friendly and welcoming, nothing was a problem to them, they really made the stay enjoyable. I had a deep tissue massage in the cave spa which was sensational. We visited most of the island, but a lot of the time we would be happy to stay chilling by the pool staring at the view. The breakfast was ok, it would have been nice to have better quality meats and more option. The pool and restaurant menu was nice, but I would like more traditional dishes. Our room was amazing, we had a superior suite which was lovely, with a huge comfy bed and a little kitchen and huge bathtub in the bedroom. It was very clean and the maid came every day. The village of Megalochori was a hidden gem, within walking distance, along a busy road or a dirt path to get there (worth it), it is a beautiful traditional Greek village with great restaurants especially Ferrega which was recommended to us. The hotel is out of the main tourist areas, but we liked how private it was and chilled out. We got a taxi a few times, and hired a quad bike. Stella makes the most fantastic cocktails in the pool bar. One day we took the free bus to Delimar beach club which is the same owner as the hotel, this was a nice change and we were looked after by the staff, and our sunbeds and parasols were free. Overall this hotel really made our holiday, for a couple it is the perfect chill out hotel.More
livirose, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Held my daughters wedding ceremony here in June. Fantastic views over the Calderra and the staff were very helpful. Would definitely recommend - followed on to Pyrgos Restaurant for the reception another stunning location with great food.More
LAQ1, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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