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Voreina Gallery Suites
Why Stay At Voreina Gallery Suites
This contemporary nine-suite retreat, filled with works by emerging Greek artists, offers panoramic views across the entire island of Santorini.
Unlike the many cliffside resorts of bustling Oia, Voreina is located in the hilltop medieval village of Pyrgos, in central Santorini. There, guests can take in the island's oft-overlooked historic sites, from the frescoed church of Theotokaki to remains of Kasteli Castle, which dates to the 10th century. The hotel's whitewashed exterior is consistent with the village's traditional look and feel, but indoors, the aesthetic is more modern, with geometric furniture and sleek finishes. Each of the nine expansive suites features a large sitting area and private veranda—all with their own heated plunge pools or Jacuzzis facing the Aegean Sea. And there's no better guide to the island than Lefteris Zorzos, Voreina's owner and a local archeologist, who can offer insights on anything from local galleries to the island's best beaches.
Voreina might not have its own restaurant, but one of the best on the island, Selene, delivers entire meals—including local wine pairings—to any guest room.
Arrive at Santorini (Thira) National Airport (THR) which is approximately 3.5 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 minutes of travel time.Pyrgos Village, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Sun Deck
- Massage Services
- Concierge Service
- Chid Care Services
- Uniquely Designed
- Private Verandas
- Sitting Areas
- Equipped Kitchens (some)
- Private Pool (some)
- Private Jacuzzis (some)
- Air Conditioning
- Complimentary WiFi
- LCD Satellite TVs
- iPod Docking Stations
- Daily Maid Service
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- In-Room Dining
- 2 person max occupancy
- Complimentary Airport or port roundtrip transfers
- Bottle of wine
- Bottle of water
Why We Love Santorini
Beyond its iconic red- and black-sand beaches, Santorini is known for its excellent restaurants, charming cliffside villages, and picture-perfect sunsets over the Aegean.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: Find the perfect sundowner at Franco's Café, which is located inside a Byzantine castle. Arrive before sunset, and order the peach champagne cocktail made with a local peach brandy.
Drinks for two $25.
Where to Shop: Stock up on Greek liqueurs like ouzo and raki at Mylonas Distillery, a hundred-year-old family-run shop in Pyrgos lined with bottles of the country's best.
5 Botsari St.
Best Day Trip: To discover the region's acclaimed vineyards, book an afternoon with Santorini Wine Tours. You'll sample 15 local varietals, from white Muscat to red Agiorghitiko, before breaking bread with locals at a beachside taverna.
$125 per person for a four-hour tour.
Why Go Now
May 3, 2013
Greek Orthodox Good Friday in Pyrgos
Each year on Good Friday, local youth dot the village with special tin lanterns for a candlelit epitaph procession.
May 12, 2013
Feast of AgiosTheodosia
Locals and tourists alike flock to the ancient town of Akortiri for this religious feast day dedicated to Saint Theodosia, which includes eating, drinking, and dancing to traditional Greek music.
Santorini Jazz Festival
A swinging live jazz fest by some of the world's top musicians, right on the shores of black-sand Kamari Beach.