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Why Stay At Artemis Suites
Rough-hewn stone walls are splashed with lilac and fuchsia at this funky boutique resort that also has one of Santorini's most enviable pool decks.
Like all top Santorini spots, Artemis Suites, just outside the ancient town of Megalochori, is equipped with a breezy, beachy vibe, jaw-dropping ocean views, and open, sun-drenched spaces (not to mention the island's trademark white-on-white exterior). But what sets this hilltop hotel apart are the 15 spacious, smartly outfitted suites, each uniquely designed with bright splashes of color (lemon, lilac, and fuchsia), antique brass candelabras, and bejeweled cushions for a bohemian touch. Wood loungers surround the bean-shaped swimming pool, which is widely considered one of the island's top decks, thanks to its expansive ocean views and its sense of tranquility—the elevation ensures the noise from Fira is left far behind.
Ask the hotel concierge to map a route through the ancient village of Megalochori, just minutes away from the hotel on foot, for a glass of local Assyrtiko wine.
Don't miss a massage on the open-air patio, overlooking the sea.
Arrive at Santorini National Airport (JTR) which is approximately 8 miles from the hotel. Anticipate 15 minutes of travel time.Megalochori, Cyclades, Greece
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Hydro Massage
- Sun Beds + Umbrellas
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Luggage Assistance
- Travel Concierge
- Fax services
- Manicure & Pedicure Services
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Traditionally Furnished
- Air Conditioning
- Daily Maid Service
- Breakfast Buffet
- Pool Bar
- Hotel taxes and fees
- VIP welcome
- Bottle of wine and fruit platter
- Breakfast each morning
- 30-minute spa treatment per person
- Early check-in/check-out if available
Why We Love Santorini
A mythical ancient island that endured one of the largest volcanic eruptions in history, Santorini feels like no other place on earth.
Where to Shop: A quirky and colorful array of handcrafted clay bowls, platters, and even jewelry fills the bright and airy Galatea's Pottery Studio.
Where to Eat: Late-night revelers dine on grilled fish and tender steaks at Feggera, where the best seats in the house are on the exposed-brick patio.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: The simple, family-run Tzanakis Tavern, on the village's main square, is an inviting spot for a pre-dinner drink or après-dinner ouzo.
Drinks for two $8.
Why Go Now
April 1-8, 2012
Honoring the island's devout Orthodox roots, Santorini celebrates the holy week with light displays in Pyrgos and traditional feasts of feskoulies—local pastries of chard, cheese, and eggs.