Grace Hotel Santorini: A luxurious escape above the Aegean

ByAndrea Thompson

June 20, 2024

Nestled on a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea, Grace Santorini is a beacon of luxury and elegance. The hotel’s history is intertwined with the picturesque island of Santorini itself, offering guests a slice of paradise with breath taking views and serene ambiance.

Owned by Auberge Resorts Collection, a brand known for its exclusive properties around the world, Grace Santorini exudes sophistication from every corner. The hotel boasts a collection of rooms and suites, each designed with a minimalist approach that complements the island’s natural beauty.

There are a total of 20 rooms, each providing a private and bespoke experience. These rooms are luminous and spacious, equipped with modern conveniences like Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, iPhone docking stations, minibars, and Nespresso machines. The interior design is sleek and uncluttered, dominated by a white palette with hints of blue reflecting the hues of the sea and sky. Every room features a balcony, offering guests stunning views of the Caldera.

Suites enhance the luxury experience with additional living spaces, and some offer private plunge pools or hammam baths. Spacious terraces and unobstructed views of the Caldera add an extra layer of exclusivity.

For individuals desiring unparalleled privacy and space, a magnificent two-bedroom villa is on offer. It boasts a complete kitchen, dining space, swimming pool, vast outdoor terrace, and a private spa featuring a steam bath, an indoor plunge pool, and a treatment room.

The bathrooms are stylish and contemporary, stocked with premium toiletries for a luxurious experience. The amenities go beyond the accommodations, including an infinity pool blending seamlessly with the sea horizon, spa treatments designed for ultimate relaxation, and a fitness area dedicated to wellness.

Dining at Grace Santorini offers a memorable experience. The hotel’s restaurant, Varoulko, features exceptional dishes that blend local tastes with a contemporary flair, crafted by Michelin-starred chef Lefteris Lazarou. Additionally, guests can savour an excellent array of champagnes or bespoke cocktails at the hotel’s 363 bar, while enjoying the breath taking sunset from the terrace.

Beyond the confines of the hotel, Santorini offers a wealth of activities and sights. From exploring ancient ruins to wine tasting at local vineyards, there’s something for everyone. The iconic church of the Three Bells of Fira is just 2 km away, while the Museum of Prehistoric Thera is 3 km from the hotel.

Staying at Grace Santorini means indulging in an experience where luxury meets history and nature.