Myst Boutique Hotel is situated in a tranquil location about 800 meters north of the famous town of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini. Tucked away from the main town’s hustle and bustle the hotel is a calm oasis. The architecture is a contemporary take on Cycladic design with straight lines and gentle grey, cream and aqua colors instead of the blazing white that can be found everywhere else. Instead of a view of the caldera guests can enjoy the vista across wine yards and plains towards the ocean and the distant island of Ios. The famous sunsets of Oia can be enjoyed from the comfort of private terraces. The infinity pool is a special highlight and comes with double-sized floating sun loungers - perfect to soak up the sun and take in the grand vistas.
The exclusive hotel offers three classes of rooms that are all arranged to take in the best sea views. All rooms, except the poolside rooms, have large private jacuzzis on their terraces. Some suites have even two terraces in order to enjoy the sunrise and the sunset. Myst’s minimalist color palette is fused with modern lines to create the ultimate summer vacation paradise. Guests can enjoy French design towels and robes as well as high end toiletries from Greek honey based Apivita brand.
Myst’s restaurant Avra Estiatorio is headed by chef George Skopelitis. Having received culinary trainings at Michelin star restaurants, he focuses on fresh produce and authentic greek flavors. The restaurant’s terrace is overlooking the property’s lush gardens and the infinity pool with the deep blue sea on the horizon.
The Delight Suite is with 60 m2 the most spacious choice at Myst Boutique Hotel. This suite features two verandas, one facing to the east and one to the west. Guests can begin their day by watching the sunrise on their front veranda, and end it by relaxing in their jacuzzi watching as the sky changes to different hues of magenta during Santorini’s famous sunset.
ENJOY THE FAMOUS SUNSETS OF OIA FROM YOUR PRIVATE TERRACE
The volcanic island of Santorini is an attraction in itself with astonishing rock formations and traditional whitewashed buildings that line the edge of the caldera. The island is known for its amazing panoramas, romantic sunsets and multicolored volcanic-sand beaches. Fira, the island’s busy capital, is always worth a visit. Here restaurants and shops can be found in abundance.
The exclusive village of Oia is best known for its stunning sunsets. The remains of the castel of Agios Nikolaos are a brilliant place to watch them. A stroll around the charming winding alleyways and staircases of the village leads to hidden gems and plenty of photo opportunities. Another highlight of Oia are the peaceful little white churches with their blue domes. The perfect place for a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters is Amoudi Bay. Here you can also enjoy the authentic Greek cuisine in one of the fish taverns. Santorini’s east coast is lesser known than the west coast. Its black or multicolored volcanic-sand beaches are quite special and shouldn’t be missed. Vineyards and traditional villages and be found in the island’s interior