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Andronis Luxury Suites

Andronis Luxury Suites Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Andronis Luxury Suites is a luxury boutique overlooking the Aegean Sea. Though Santorini and over-the-top hotels go hand-in-hand, this property has the added benefit of a location overlooking the Caldera side of the Mediterranean and it is within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Oia. Each of the 22 suites includes a private hot tub; some suites are done in the traditional cave style of the island. A dramatic infinity pool overlooks the cliffs and sea below. The on-site restaurant gets good reviews for Greek food and free breakfast with local ingredients. Like most hotels in this part of the world, expect steep steps and spotty Wi-Fi access.
Majestic Hotel

Majestic Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Majestic Hotel is a bit of an anomaly among the numerous, cozy boutiques so abundant in Santorini. It's big, modern, and lacking a certain charm, but does provide a seriously extensive list of facilities -- three pools, two restaurants, and a spa. It's definitely more family-friendly than most too, and rooms are luxurious with impressive amenities. If it's more intimate you're after, however, try Anteliz Suites, for around the same price.
Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort

Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort is a design-forward luxury property with many of the same features (chic outdoor swimming pool, beach facilities, spa, restaurants) as its competitors in this price range. The suites have private swimming pools, two bedrooms, and telescopes for star gazing. Other guest rooms have minimal decor and outdoor balconies, though these are less than private. The small beach here is lovely, with loungers reserved for hotel guests only, but it's a bit pebbly. For access to a slightly wider stretch of sand, visitors might want to check out Myconian Villa Collection (overlooking Elia Beach) or Petasos Beach Hotel (located on a peninsula between the very popular Platis Yialos and Psarou beaches). Many, however, prefer the seclusion offered here.
Canaves Oia Hotel

Canaves Oia Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Canaves Oia Hotel is one of the most upscale and exclusive properties on Santorini Island -- with a price tag to match. The finish is immaculate and luxurious throughout, and the layout takes full advantage of the breathtaking sea-view panoramas. The suites are spacious with impeccable interiors and amenities, and the pool is also large by island standards. Private yachting will appeal to those who really want to push the boat out, though staying here you already will be.
Myconian Imperial Hotel & Thalasso Centre

Myconian Imperial Hotel & Thalasso Centre Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Myconian Imperial Hotel & Thalasso Centre is a gorgeous luxury property on the island of Mykonos. It's the type of place where honeymooners can arrive via helicopter and dine on sushi with views of the sun setting over the Aegean Sea. The on-site spa includes thalossotherapy treatments and after-sun facials. There's a private section of beach as well as beautiful outdoor swimming pools -- one has a swim-up bar. Guest rooms are elegant and airy, if not quite up to five-star expectations; some have private hot tubs on the balconies, but the quality of the sea views varies. The hotel is located on a quiet part of the island, so a Land Rover is required to get to the action -- or guests can take the inconveniently timed free shuttle.
Petasos Beach Hotel & Spa

Petasos Beach Hotel & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Petasos Beach Hotel & Spa is a luxury property built in the traditional Cycladic architecture style that prevails on Mykonos. It has many of the same features as its competitors (large spa, swimming pool, beach access, restaurants, and fitness center). Unlike competitors, however, the hotel doesn't own any of the beach facilities, so expect to pay extra for a chair and umbrella on the sand. Still, those looking for more activity may prefer this location -- the nearby beaches are among the island's most popular, and there are a number of restaurants and shops nearby (most competing properties tend to be more secluded). Be aware that the views shown on the hotel's website are mainly from private suites, and might not be available from many rooms. Mykonos Town is about two miles from the hotel, and a bus stops directly outside of the front doors.
Myconian Villa Collection

Myconian Villa Collection Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Myconian Villa Collection is a luxury property on a quiet strip of Elia Beach (it can get crowded, but it's not the party scene found on the sand in Mykonos Town) with modern villas and loads of lavish features. Highlights include an infinity saltwater pool, private beach on the Aegean, and an on-site spa with saltwater therapy treatments. Stays can be updated with luxury yacht rentals or private chefs. There's a free shuttle to town and a breakfast buffet included in the cost of the room. The hotel has many of the same (if not better) features, and nicer digs, than the nearby (and similarly priced) Myconian Imperial Hotel & Thalasso Centre.
Royal Myconian Resort & Thalasso Spa Center

Royal Myconian Resort & Thalasso Spa Center Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Royal Myconian Resort & Thalasso Spa Center is a luxury chain hotel with 148 stylish guest rooms, which include suites, and villas, on a steep hill above beautiful Elia Beach, where hotel guests have access to a private section with daybeds. From the hotel’s restaurant and pool area are views of the Aegean Sea. In addition to the large pool, the hotel has a small children’s pool, and an outdoor hot tub. The indoor spa offers guests a free daily thalassotherapy session, and private in-room beauty treatments are available for a fee. Mykonos Town is a 25-minute ride via the hotel's shuttle.
Andronis Boutique Hotel

Andronis Boutique Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This part of Santorini is renowned for its specular vistas, and the 14-room Andronis Boutique Hotel takes full advantage of its privileged position -- there are few places in the hotel without gorgeous sea views. Cave-like rooms are luxurious and really quite special, as are bathrooms and private balconies. The pool isn't huge, but is lined with sunbeds overlooking the all-important panorama. All in all, it's luxury accommodation at a luxury price, so for a cheaper option, without quite the views, check out Oia's Sunset (it has a bigger pool).


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