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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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This infinity plunge pool offers views of the Caldera as you enjoy a dip.
Offering a range of Greek and international dishes. There is seating outside so you can enjoy your food out in the open.
Spa and wellness centre*
Offering a range of different massages, facials and body scrubs.
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Overbooked, full of lies and lots of aggression
Truly awful hotel. It was hugely overbooked. From speaking to other guests this seemed a common experience. The hotel asked us move rooms twice (including shifting to another hotel 30 minute away) to "help them." This was not our idea of a one week relaxing break so we asked for a refund/ their help moving to another hotel for the whole week. This is when the lies started. First we could stay within the hotel all week, provided we agreed to move rooms on day 2. We agreed and repacked on day 2. Day 2 we were told to stay put in the upgraded room for the whole week and unpacked. Day 3 confronted over why we had not moved rooms and found a bill fir 3000 EURs under our door (charging us for a week's upgrade even though they didn't have our room available). Even more infuriating, the hotel seemed to expect us to be grateful for the upgrade. They could not understand that we wanted to be unmolested for a week. Day 4, after much unpleasantness (especially the manager) we checked into another hotel. Other comments: our room was not properly cleaned. We found used boxer shorts in the cupboard and the cushions on the chairs were very badly stained. The swimming pool didn't look very clean and the infinity pool is tiny. The view is beautiful, though as is anywhere on that side of the coast.More
35Sara, London, United Kingdom
Some great, some not so great.
We arrived at about 10pm on the Thompson bus, and were hurled out into the darkness, the driver pointed vaguely and said something that might have been 'reception'. We staggered through the darkness carrying our cases(!) to be met by a highly enthusiastic receptionist. Having thrown our bags into the rooms we shot off to find the bar where we equally enthusiastically drank two bottles of wine which were fairly meatily priced as we discovered when we saw it in the supermarket the next day. We fell into the most comfortable bed I have slept in. We awoke to stunning views, which were slightly spoiled for our friends in the 'Honeymoon Suite' (or as we called it, 'the Bat Cave' ) by the horrendous row from the cruise liners and the buses trundling up and down outside their window. They were also blinded by the lack of blinds on their huge, heart shaped windows which made for an early start. However, we were out of all that and thus were fine. Unpacking started, and stopped. One small wardrobe and absolutely no shelving at all of any sort. however, the huge bath which took up half the bedroom was jolly useful for rinsing the dive kit. The clothes stayed in their cases for the duration. The pool was absolutely filthy. Reminded me of municipal baths in the 60's. We swam in it once and both girls had sore throats the next day. The infinity pool, cleverly photographed for the web site was really a plunge pool. It was not big enough to swim in. The food was very good. We ate there twice, and it was lovely. All the staff were attentive, helpful, and cheerful. Don't book a car through the hotel recommendation, it was about ready for the scrapman. Book through a well known company, the prices are the same. DO NOT hire a quad or bike, we saw a horrible accident and there were a number of deaths in the week we were there. The sunset is fab, and can be seen from any place on that side of the island don't pay extra and beware restaurants at that time of night. WIFI is dodgy, drops out and doesn't work well in the two rooms we were in. We set off back to the main road, carrying our bags, and crossed over Death Junction to catch our bus to the airport. We had laughed and laughed and had a good time. A great holiday all in all.More
Splendour in Santorini! Top Hotel & Fantastic Staff
The views from this hotel are absolutely fabulous! The panorama of the Caldera from our room was stunning and we never failed to be wowed by it! From early morning until Sunset the activity at sea was mesmerising! The room we had was a Master Suite and had a great balcony overlooking the Caldera! The hotel staff could not have been more helpful, from the reception, restaurant, bar, spa, cleaners and maintenance! Everyone of them keen to help! Not sure why there is so many negative comments on this site, but it would appear that overbooking of rooms seems to be an issue! We didn't have any problems with this, but we did book though Thomsons!, so not sure whether this helped! Highly recommend this hotel!More
Vernonsreview, Chester, United Kingdom
Absolutely horrendous staff
Do not go to this hotel if you are looking for a relaxing time. The staff here were horrendous. Having traveled to Santorini via ferry, we were told after arrival that the hotel had been "flooded" (it turned out that they had double booked) and that we were being moved to "better accommodation" Their reservations manager Ava was horrendous; very rude and unprofessional. She did not care that we had planned this perfect trip. We were checked into a horrendous hotel in Thira - no pool, not in the location we had paid for - on a very busy side street. Do not book this hotel as there is no guarantee that you will actually get a room!!!More
Splendid view over the calderas
Our room was spacious with a 4 poster bed, spa and balcony which overlooked the pool and the ocean. The shower, unlike most in Greek hotels, was spacious. Staff were welcoming and accommodating. Water pressure could be improved but overall we were very happy with our choice of hotel. More
Karin C, Brisbane, Australia
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Online savings - Refers to an online discount of 10% on August and 9% on September & October on holidays and applies to the basic adult cost before supplements. Available on package holidays booked online departing between 1st May 2014 and 31st October 2014 Online discount only applies to package holidays booked on firstchoice.co.uk and does not apply to flight only, accommodation only and tailor made flight+hotel bookings. Online discount is not combinable with free Child Places.
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