Grace Santorini is an exclusive boutique hotel in Santorini, Greece, perched above the world-famous Caldera with breathtaking views and sumptuous sunsets. Innovatively refurbished rooms and suites showcase a contemporary style, combining cutting edge, bespoke design alongside traditional handcrafted pieces whilst the luxurious bathrooms offer double vanity units with marble carved basins and spacious rain showers with mosaic feature walls.
The new Champagne Lounge provides breath-taking views of the legendary Santorini sunset, where guests can enjoy the finest Champagnes and cocktails together with Chef Spyros’s signature dishes. Meanwhile, the award-winning Santoro restaurant provides a unique menu that is influenced by Chef Spyros’s passion, the flavours and produce of the Cycladic islands, the distinctive cooking of Greek villages and select elements from contemporary worldwide cuisine.
Those who are looking for an enhanced wellness holiday will benefit from our new dedicated yoga and Pilates studio with adjoining fitness area, where we offer daily complimentary yoga sessions. The pride of this romantic escape is The Villa – a 400 sq m double suite offering the ultimate luxury on Santorini island with the perfect view of Greece’s Aegean Sea amid privacy and tranquillity. Ideal for couples or small groups, it has its own private spa and kitchen, a huge private pool and extensive secluded sunbathing areas.
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Watch the sunset at Grace Santorini: This is truly one of the best vantage points to witness the famed Santorini sunsets that envelop the Aegean Sea and the Cyclades Islands. Sip one of our Grace cocktails – a unique blend of apple juice, pear purée, lemon juice and premium vodka with a hint of lemongrass, as you watch the soft orange glow merge with the deep blue hues of the Mediterranean sky.
Visit the Volcanic rocks and hot springs by boat: Indulge in a truly therapeutic experience and swim in the most unique hot springs in the world. Discover volcanic formations and choose your very own swimming and sunbathing spot while cruising on your motor yacht.
Visit the Santorini Arts Factory : housed in an old factory in Vlychada, this centre for arts and culture is well worth a visit. It promotes Greek cultural heritage through art exhibitions, theatrical and musical performances and dance workshops, whilst the Tomato Industrial Museum “D. Nomikos” pays tribute to the building’s beginnings as a tomato processing plant, first established in 1945. Here visitors are taken on a journey to explore the industrial past of Santorini by learning about the cultivation, production and processing of tomatoes, traditionally recognized as the island’s best loved produce.
Visit the ancient site of Akrotiri, also known as the “Minoan Pompeii” which was destroyed and covered by the ashes of an enormous volcanic eruption in 1450BC. The settlement contained sophisticated multi-story buildings and magnificent fresco paintings signifying just how advanced the Minoans were at that stage. Combine this with a visit to the Museum of Prehistoric Thira in Fira, which features pieces collected during various excavations. The museum also comprises outside galleries (including three original fresco paintings of the Akrotiri archaeological site), from where you can enjoy a stunning view while soaking up the fascinating stories.
Explore the local wine-making tradition: The volcano is also responsible for the excellent wine that Santorini produces, due to the high mineral content in the soil. Visit the Wine Museum at Koutsoyannopoulos and explore a multitude of different wineries around the island that are open to tastings. Most wineries do not need an appointment for tastings.