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Andromeda Gold Suites
Santorini, GreeceEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Andromeda Gold Suites
You'll enjoy sought-after caldera sunset views from the cliffside pool at this gilded Greek gem, just minutes from Santorini's bustling capital, Firà.
The modest profile of the sleek Andromeda Gold reception building, anonymous except for a discreet sign, conceals 14 airy suites clinging to the dramatic cliff below it, all decorated with gold accents for a lavish yet uncluttered feel. Located in the pin-drop peaceful enclave of Imerovigli, between frenetic Firà and quaint Oia at the northern tip of the island, the intimate complex has the best position on the island for both views and tranquility. The high-altitude location, with waterfront views from almost every angle, contributes to a serene, exclusive atmosphere in this classy addition to the brand's larger, more traditional Andromeda Villas, at the other end of town. For travelers who want to explore the volcanic islands within view—Thirassia, Palea Kameni, and Nea Kameni—the staffers can arrange for private sailing excursions.
Rent a quad motorcycle to get around: it's a convenient and thrilling way to navigate the spectacular, sometimes harrowing roads of the small island.
Traditional Santorini is on display during Orthodox Easter, which usually falls at the end of April or beginning of May, when the villages and their churches are adorned with giant illuminated crosses and lights for the holy week Epitaphios celebrations.
Arrive at Santorini Thira Airport (JTR), which is approximately 6 miles (20 minutes) from the hotel.Imerovigli, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Outdoor Pool
- Sun Deck
- Travel desk
- Wedding Planning
- Car Rental
- Laundry Service
- Wireless Internet
- Spa Services
- Private Balconies
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite Television
- CD player
- In-Room Safe
- Mini Fridge
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Luxury Bath Amentites
- Pool Bar
- Room Service
- All hotel taxes & hotel fees
- 2-person occupancy
- Breakfast each morning
- Bottle of wine & fresh fruits on arrival
Why We Love Santorini
White-washed walls contrasting against cerulean cupolas will take your breath away. (Ok, you can pick your jaw off the floor now).
Top Wine Tour: Santo winery. Tour the Santo winery, run by the local agricultural cooperative, and taste seven bottles, starting with a dry white assyrtiko and ending with a three-year-old vin santo. Read More
Arts Scene: Art Space Gallery and Winery. Here you will be shown around the former wine-making facilities set in limestone caverns, built in 1830 by a retired ship captain. Read More
Where to Eat: Metaksi Mas. Tucked behind an enormous Byzantine church in the village of Exo Gonia, the vaulted stone Metaksi Mas restaurant serves perfectly prepared variations on traditional Greek cuisine, such as a spinach salad with pomegranate and honey dressing and a delicious veal fillet with mushroom and vin santo wine sauce, followed by cheesecake topped with cherries and hot honey-infused raki. Dinner for two $90. Read More
Where to Drink: Meteor Café. The quaint Meteor Café in Oia has a single balcony overlooking the volcano and a mellow jazz playlist. Read More
Why Go Now
With the Greek economic crisis in the news, and frequent strikes and demonstrations in the capital, reservations have fallen off even in the islands, meaning smaller crowds and better deals.
June 25-26, 2011
"The Atlantis Hypothesis: Searching for a Lost Land"
A conference examining archaeological, scientific, and cultural evidence related to lost civilizations at Union of Santorini Cooperatives, Pyrgos
August 1-23, 2011
The Megaro Gyzi Festival
Various cultural events, including traditional, jazz, and classical music concerts and a painting exhibition, are hosted in the 17th-century Megaro Gyzi mansion
September 2-9, 2011
33rd International Music Festival of Santorini
Classical concerts by musicians from all over the world