A picturesque sanctuary perched above the Aegean Sea. A Cliff-Top Retreat in Santorini - Whitewashed abodes, cobalt-domed churches, and black- and red-sand beaches mark Santorini's isle, an alluring Mediterranean oasis mired in mythology. Believed to be the remaining link to the Lost City of Atlantis, rest in splendor during a luxurious stay in the clifftop retreat in Imerovigli, a village home to Santorini’s most emblematic views. Legend has it Euphemus, son of Poseidon, created the island following a dream where he made love to a nymph - and after you enjoy your first sumptuous sunset from the infinity pool overlooking the Caldera, you will experience for yourself how easy it is to become entangled in the spell of Santorini.
Rooms & Suites - The luxurious rooms, suites, and villa, ranging from 50 to 400 square meters, embrace Santorini’s sensual sophistication and seaside splendor, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor with clean lines and natural materials. All come with expansive indoor-outdoor spaces featuring heated plunge pools opening to sweeping views of Santorini’s emblematic caldera. The Suites - Sensual sophistication meets seaside splendor in the luxury suites, featuring a hammam bath, spacious terraces with unobstructed views of the Caldera, and outdoor plunge pools to total almost 90 square meters of indoor-outdoor space.
Private Clifftop Dining in the heart of Santorini - Contemporary renditions of traditional Mediterranean cuisine form the backbone of the dining philosophy at Grace Hotel, from Langoustines "Saganaki" to Cylinder of "Fava." The Consultant Executive Chef, Jean-Charles Métayer, along with the Head Chef, Giannis Koutsoperakis source only the best Greek ingredients from Santorini's special range of vegetables to Assyrtiko, one of Greece’s finest whites found on the island, to create an unforgettable Santorini dining experience with a supreme sense of place.pool. "Santoro" - Here’s where to find Santorini’s most innovative takes on classic Mediterranean cuisine while dining against a whitewashed indoor-outdoor space facing the iconic infinity pool and the picturesque Aegean Sea. The Champagne Lounge is all about the ambiance. Sitting 363 meters above sea level, order fragrant Mediterranean cocktails, some designed by renowned mixologist Salvatore Calabrese, just before sunset, as your panoramic view of the Aegean Sea turns to gold.
Wellness - Inspired by the ancient healing traditions of the Mediterranean. The wellness guru came to Grace Hotel inspired by the volcanic island’s natural surroundings and rich ancient history, a land where centuries of civilizations have flourished in the Aegean Sea's languid waters and the black- and red-sand beaches that dot its stunning coastline. As a result, the holistic spa treatments - always done in the comfort of your room, open to hypnotic views of the caldera - combines the power of healing traditions with modern-day techniques. The fitness studio, too, offers breathtaking views, as does the private yoga and pilates facility.
Fitness - State-of-the-art facilities meet coastal paradise. The modern fitness center combines a fully-equipped TechnoGym with Santorini’s unmatched scenery. Complimentary sessions daily, available on a first-come-first-served basis. The qualified instructor is also available for private sessions and will tailor perfectly to your needs, whether inside the studio or at another location of your choice. In-Room Fitness kit is available for you to select from the menu of Bespoke by Grace services. The kit contains everything you need for your daily exercise while on Santorini.
From exploring the finest black-sand stretches of coastline bordering the Aegean Sea's sapphire waters to discovering tucked-away wineries in the whitewashed villages of Oia and Firá, the fabled caldera coastline of Santorini awaits.
Beaches - Discover Santorini’s best beaches - From the black sands of Kamari to the white volcanic rock walls of Vlychada, we’ll show you the not-to-miss shores of Santorini. Spend a day beach-hopping with us. Willing to take you beyond Santorini’s most famous beaches to under-the-radar gems like the terracotta-hued red beach near Akrotiri and Perissa and Perivolos, two of Santorini’s top black sand beaches protected from the summer Aegean winds by soaring volcanic cliffs. Take in any number of watersports activities, from kayaking to stand up paddleboarding, or opt to sit back and relax along the shore.
Black-Sand Beaches: If you enjoy convivial summer days spent near beach bars and delicious seafood restaurants, we’ll point you to the black-sand shores of Kamari, Perissa, or Perivolos, all located on the south coast of Santorini. These popular areas offer plenty of options for watersports lovers, too, from windsurfing and water skiing to kayaking and paddleboarding. If you’re looking for a little less noise, nearby is family-friendly Monolithos Beach, and in the northern bounds of the island near Oia, you’ll find Baxedes Beach, a remote shoreline for a tranquil and relaxing beach day.