KATIKIES HOTEL | SANTORINI
There isn’t much left to be said about an astonishing Greek island of Santorini that hasn’t been said already. The southernmost island of the Cyclades cluster, spanning only 73 square kilometers, Santorini has been called “Heaven in the Lap of the Gods”. If Santorini is indeed heaven on earth, than the Katikies Hotel is the gate to that heaven.
The Katikies Hotel lies on the rocky ridge of the island, 300 feet above the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea and the scenic village of Oia, providing a spine-tingling view.
The hotel has 27 rooms and suites (from junior rooms to honeymoon suites), connected by over 200 steps, and decorated in the characteristic Santorini style – bright, minimalist, elegant, and luxurious. Two suites occupy the former residence of an 18th century patrician family. The furnishings in the rooms and suites are a mixture of local antiques and modern beds and loungers in signature colours of powder blue and white.
Many suites have Jacuzzi tubs, dining rooms and living rooms, while the hotel itself has two beautiful infinity swimming pools, a library with Internet access, three restaurants and the pool bar.
The rooms have all the usual amenities, albeit elevated to a high standard expected of a hotel like the Katikies – air-conditioning, satellite TV, mini bar and wine cellar, refrigerator, safe deposit box, individual CD player, hair dryer, bathrobes, slippers, and Bvlgrari toiletries.
Everything at the Katikies Hotel is about privacy, elegance, relaxation and leisure. Even breakfast can be ordered to the room up to 11 am. The service is impeccable, with the hotel staff at your beck and call.
Upon arriving, you will be greeted with ice cold home-made lemonade, while a bottle of Asyrtiko wine in an ice bucket awaits you in your accommodation Every night, chocolate truffles are delivered to your room.
If you want to go for a swim in the Aegean Sea, the nearest beach is only five minutes away. You can have a free transfer to the beach or walk down to it. The hotel staff also recommend Caldera yachting – a catamaran trip to isolated islands and hot springs.
Sounds like a faultless, quiet, dreamy holiday to us! watch video below
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