If you haven’t yet heard of Katikies Hotels, you’re losing the beauty of Greece. It’s a line of fantastic boutique hotels in Santorini’s Oia, Greece, whiter than Snowy White herself and more beautiful than pretty much everything out there.
The island of Santorini is a paradise on Earth, but these hotels genuinely top it off. Crisp white structures, mind-bogglingly beautiful cliffs, the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea and a staff that knows everything they need – what else could you possibly want more? Katikies Hotels are suspended somewhere between the material earth and the fantastically beautiful skies, upon steep rocky cliffs emerging from the Caldera basin. The local towns of Imerovigli, Firostefani and Oia are absolutely picturesque as well.
The official descriptions nicely states “Referred to by guests with a sense of nostalgia at the passing of every perfect waking hour, Katikies Hotels in Santorini form a stunning collection of some of the most acclaimed luxury boutique hotels in the Cycladic Islands of Greece.” I was wondering how to put it more beautifully, but there’s simply no better way of doing it – the area describes itself! Moreover, Katikies Hotels have been constantly voted by travel experts from Condé Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure and a plethora more publications as some of the best hotels in Greece and, of course, throughout the world.
Chalky whitewashed homes encompass opulently appointed rooms and suites, superbly furnished with the finest of muslins and luxurious garnish. Pure delicacy is everywhere, from the sheets on the beds to the walls and bathroom fixtures. Furthermore, there’s also a world of candle-lit terraced restaurants that appear to be standing alongside the gods. “Tables laden with crystal and silver” make out purely ethereal experiences.