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Katikies Hotel – Santorini

Monday, April 22, 2013
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Condé Nast Traveler Gold List 2011 – Travel and Leisure award 2012 – A Santorini legend and leading hotel in Greece, Katikies The Hotel is located 300 feet above the dazzling blue Caldera basin in the picturesque village of Oia, on the most westerly point of Santorini and is approximately 18km from the airport.

Oia, although quieter than Fira, is famous for its legendary sunsets and a lively cultural scene and impressive array of exquisite, high end boutiques.

The hotel is a picturesque balance of harmony and natural beauty. One of the most romantic hotels we know. Sunsets are beautiful in Santorini, the entire hotel faces the sea and is in the perfect spot for sunsets, watch it at the sunset restaurant. The two infinity pools also provide panoramic views of the water, as does the Katikies Restaurant, which consists of four candlelit tables on a hidden veranda. It is immaculate, cleverly styled and the rooms although minimalist are in keeping with the whole feel of the place. Alexander (manager, who remembers every guest’s name) will welcome you and always make sure you are so well taken care of. They have an iPOD preloaded with great music in every room – not a big deal as we always bring our iPod, but this little touch is simply the best! Enjoy the pictures! The lounge chairs surrounding the main pools are often claimed early in the morning, if they’re all taken, head to one of the two Jacuzzi or the small cave pool (open seasonally).

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3 comments

  1. Adam P. says:

    To be honest, right now I would stay just about anywhere on Santorini to enjoy those views! But yes, if I had a choice, then surely this hotel wins it. I can´t stop staring at the cave pools. That combination of colors is jut too mesmerizing. I think the most beautiful hotels are those deliberately designed to blend in with the surrounding landscape, like this one. And the fact that it´s built on different levels only adds to its unique character.

  2. Amir Chaudhary says:

    Theese pictures reminds me scenes from film THE ODYSSEY :p

  3. Pinay Flying High says:

    Amazing! I stayed in Oia when I went to Santorini and it’s by far the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen.

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