Mystique Hotel in Santorini, Greece

Mystique Hotel in Santorini, Greece

Europe is our getaway destination of today, as we’re specifically going to head to Greece, on the island of Santorini, near the small town of Oia. Here lies the Mystique hotel, a fabulous  corner of the world with services so exquisite that they fit the beauty of the place.

Mystique lies superbly close to all sorts of destinations like the cultural centre of Oia, shops, art galleries, Greek boutiques, jewelry shops and restaurants. The hotel is reachable via a 40-minute flight from Athens to Santorini Airport, from where you’re being picked up by Mystique’s own Mercedes.

Part of The Luxury Collection and Starwood Hotels & Resorts, the Mystique overlooks the Aegean Sea from up high, perched on the cliffs of Santorini. Following the Greek island style, this superb resort was built from local stones and materials, to make your experience here as genuine and exotic as possible. The accommodation facilities almost seem to be growing from the mountain, protruding just above the Aegean Sea.

The luxurious accommodations open up onto a private seafront patio, a great places for both dinners and massage. For an especially exquisite stay, book a Spiritual Suite and enjoy training in the private gym overlooking the Calderra. There are 18 rooms and suites in total, all appointed close to perfection.

Furthermore, Mystique has mountain bikes available for you to trek around the town of Oia, while they’ve made it all possible for you to use the facilities of the nearby Vedema Resort and the beach on the far side of the island. You may even check the Calderra out, from the luxurious private catamaran tour.

There’s also the Charisma Gourmet Restaurant with sweeping views over the Aegean Sea across the infinity-edge pool where you can chew on tastily cooked fresh local seafood. And for a rounded contour, the last but not the least of the local spots is the Wine Cave, where you know what to do. Nightly rates start at €325 or around $425.

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