The suites at Perivolas Boutique Hotel have been carefully designed so that you may drift from room to room and onto the patio with the greatest ease. The white stone walls evoke an atmosphere of irresistible serenity and the furniture adds a pop of brightness here and there by way of an amethyst pillow, topaz bed sheets or a Fuschia rug. The bathrooms comprise the utmost in luxury, many of them featuring spa-level facilities including steam rooms and hydrotherapy pools. Every suite is blessed with a beautiful view over the vast, infinite blue sea and the caldera.
Cosy living room with a fireplace built into the white wall and decorated with handwoven pillows and rugs is the central hub of this suite. Drift off to sleep in the sumptuous King Size bed after a swim in your very own infinity pool. In the bathroom, the aesthetic incorporates the rock by way of a raised stone bath.
There’s a surprise every time you visit the Perivolas restaurant, thanks to chef Theodoros Kakoulis’s ever-changing daily special. One thing you can bank on though, is that whatever he’s serving will be fresh, Greek and absolutely delicious. Highlights include a crisp fish tartare of the day and slow cooked lamb. Open for lunch and dinner, in the afternoon you can enjoy your dish seated poolside with the magnificent vista laid out in front of you.
Breakfast is served either directly to your room or in the restaurant with a spectacular view. Feast on fluffy pancakes, fresh juices and eggs prepared however you like them as well as hot, steaming mugs of aromatic Greek coffee
Perivolas Boutique Hotel benefits from an exquisite location, carved into the ancient rock face and looking out over the village of Oia and the glittering blue waters of the caldera. In a short walk, you can reach the village, which boasts some fabulous restaurants, lively bars and a plethora of independent, boutique shops hidden away among the old, winding streets.
Reach the beach in just 5 minutes by car, the port in 10 and Santorini International Airport in under 15 minutes.
Citrus, the fruit of Promise, indicates that the property is noticeable eco-conscious as many areas of sustainability are addressed