Saint Hotel is situated in a panoramic location in the famous town of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini. A cluster of former homes, barns and cellars have been turned into an extraordinary hotel with rooms in caves. The boutique hotel is located among a strip of buildings that form the edge of the village. Saint Hotel seemingly flows down the cliff by the sea. Each level has unobstructed views of the island’s volcanic bay.
The exclusive hotel offers 16 suites that open onto private terraces with pools and loungers that are separated by bright white walls. The interiors match the all-white exteriors, with the smooth walls of the caves finished in white plaster. The rooms are decorated with austere and minimal fittings. Pieces of amorphous furniture, such as seating pods with hinged lids and circular sunshades, give the spaces a serene feel.
The Sacred Spa is an all-inclusive area featuring a Hammam, a steam room, and a Jacuzzi along with many more amenities. Guests can enjoy everything from a deep tissue massage to a facial or an exclusive full body treatment.
At the Trinity Restaurant the chefs concentrate on upscale local tastes with a twist. Since meals are a ritual at Saint Hotel only the freshest, high-quality ingredients are being used. The majestic views of Santorini’s famous volcano adds to the experience while dining. Outside the restaurants guests can expect everything from a fancy breakfast in bed or a midnight gourmet snack with Champagne.
The Saint Suite with 70 m2 boasts a separate living area, a walk-in closet and a walk in double rain shower. From the grand terrace views of Santorini’s caldera can be enjoyed from all angles. Maybe the best spot to take all that in is the heated infinity pool.
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.