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.
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.
Such a warm welcome from everyone (Ellie and Helen) - nothing was too much for them! We were lucky and got upgraded to the honeymoon suite as the hotel was quiet out of season! Lovely views and the hotel was beautiful. We made good use of the free shuttle to Demilmar at Perissa! (Lovely place for food and drink). They would pick us up and drop us off at our convenience. The black sanded beach at Perissa was beautiful and there were plenty of places to go (less for us as we went out of season).
The bus service (although not always on time) was great into both Fira and Oia and wasn't too expensive (do this instead of taxis it'll save a bunch! - the bus stop is right outside the hotel)
Definitely recommend - although if you want to be in the centre of the hustle and bustle (of this tiny island) I would recommend staying in Fira...but Megalochori was perfect for us! :)More
Anna S, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Excellent place to stay with an awesome view
I was there last week along with my wife, would highly recommend Suites of the God.
The staff was really good and cooperative, all of them took special care of us from the time we arrived till we left.
We like to thank Helen the receptionist and the chef who cooked an awesome Mediterranean dinner followed by deserts for us.More
prashant121, Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Beautiful View, Awesome Staff
We stayed at the hotel 4 nights in early April. The staff were awesome [thank you Ellie, Helen and Stevios for going the extra miles to welcome us). The view is exceptional. Most of the suites have ocean view - do not need to go to Oia or Thira for sunset [we did it away], you can just sit on the hotel terrace to enjoy the view. The breakfast is decent on the weekdays but Sunday breakfast is greatest. The pool was empty when we get there but were filled on our last day. You will need to rent a car but the hotel is very conveniently located. As this hotel is among the oldest on the island, the rooms were cold (Easter time) but the view and the staff made up for any inconvenient that we encountered [no WiFi in the room so the staff opened the lobby later to accommodate]. We found a fresh market nearby (very busy on Sat) to get some fresh fruit. The drive to the lighthouse nearby is also great [stopped often to take some pictures]More
nguyenla2, Calgary, Canada
Stunning views! Outstanding hospitality!
From the moment we arrived at Suites of the Gods we were treated as VIPs. Helen's welcome, tour of the venue and recommendations of activities available outside of peak season began three days of having our every wish met. The views were amazing and the room spacious. The free shuttle to the black beach at Perissa was a treat and the food at Demilmar restaurant was delicious. A memorable stay with outstanding hospitality. Free Movie channels and wifi only available at reception. More
Diana J, Melbourne, Australia
its all about the view
We were there in October 2014 , the end of the season and it wasn't busy anywhere in Santorini , the service at this hotel was awesome , the view was stunning , the food and the spa were overrated and breakfast buffet was always the same , only problem was the poor state of the rooms in general , broken mirrors ,stains on the floors, beautiful bathtub with no drain plug, barely no hot water in the rooms , they say they have free wifi but it never worked while i was there. the owner told me they were planning on doing big renovations in November and December of 2014 so everything should be great for the season of 2015 . we rented a smart car for 4 days to tour around the island , more than that would be a waste of money , the island is not that big, archipelagos restaurant was romantic , the food was great , and boy what a view ! another restaurant we really enjoyed was `louis` , by far the best bang for your buck , the wine museum is interesting and if you feel like going at sea and visit a volcano its also available but a little costly , we rented 2 donkeys and went up the mountains with a guide for 50$ , totally worth it ! 1 week in santorini is more than enoughMore