The Domes of Elounda on the coast of Crete, Greece
Highly ranked by tourist agencies, the exclusive Domes of Elounda share a superb location, on the northeastern coast of Crete. The resort has been curiously misnamed, as its rooms are being literally flooded by light, contrary to what the appellation suggests. All the rooms of the 8 eight private residences, 3 villas, 1 royal villa and 80 suites are topped off with a windowed dome, letting the sunlight to uninterruptedly flow inside.
The dwellings present themselves with private, white-framed infinity pools, which superbly shine as they bathe in the light of the sun. As romance, privacy and beauty are perfectly used to describe the location, the Byzantine Spinaloga is one outstanding thing guests can admire. The rooms feature Spiridon lighting to enhance the resort’s esthetics, Gervassoni chairs and Baxter tables, as luxury is also a characteristic of the magnificent Domes of Elounda.
The beaches are garnished with olive trees, as a proof of this place’s purity, and there’s no possible force in the world to keep you away from them. In addition, the golden-toned Milfey Spa Centre focuses on guests’ relaxation. In terms of dining, the possibilities are various – if you feel like trying international dishes, Tholos is the place to choose, while the Topos and 1910 focus on Greek experiences, led by the single Michelin-rated Greek chef in the country.
Nightly rates start at €201, but are strictly dependant on the guests’ preferences and trifles.