The first Hilton hotel in Santorini, the Sea Breeze Santorini Beach Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton, has opened its doors. The hotel is located on the south coast of the island and is inspired by the simplicity of the whitewashed architecture of the Cyclades. It has direct beach access, with three pools, two restaurants, and an indulgent spa.
If you’re looking for a breathtaking view, look no further than this resort in the southernmost tip of Santorini. With all bedrooms complete with their own private pool or hot tub, you are assured of privacy and seclusion. The rooms are domed and whitewashed in keeping with the local Cycladic architectural style, making it the perfect destination for a pure escape and break from the daily grind.
The property, located above the Aegean Sea, is perfect for couples and families. With private pools outside each room and large infinity pools, guests can cool off and relax by the pool overlooking the Aegean Sea.
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Honeymooners and those looking for a romantic getaway can enjoy the intimate setting and spend some quality time together. Euphoria Spa offers an extensive menu that guarantees ultimate relaxation, including Cretan massages and detoxifying ice treatments.
The establishment offers the best of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine with a creative twist. Both restaurants offer spectacular views of the Aegean Sea and serve an appetizing menu of dishes. The restaurants offer a hand-picked selection of traditional Santorini wines.
The Sea Breeze Beach Resort is the ideal place to stay to discover all that the island of Santorini has to offer. The resort is located in the heart of the village of Exomitis, a typical Santorini community that offers guests a true slice of island life. Le Cap d’Exomitis is located in a quiet and unspoiled area, where a long black sand beach begins below the village and the property for 3.5 km. For those looking to venture further afield, the hotel is close to the Akrotiri Excavations archaeological site where history buffs can steal a glimpse of the ancient Minoan civilization, followed by a trip to the beach neighboring iconic volcanic red.