Discover the many luxury resorts Greece has to offer. Choose your perfect beach resort and relax with high-class service and many other luxury perks!
In 2018, a staggering 33.1 million international travelers visited Greece.
And why wouldn’t they? With pristine beaches, rugged mountains, lush forests, and quiet lakes, you can literally find it all in Greece.
Are you looking to visit Greece and stay in style?
Let’s take a look at the most stunning luxury resorts Greece has to offer.
Andronis Luxury Suites, Santorini
This is one of the most amazing places to stay in Greece. With gorgeous whitewashed walls, cave-like rooms, stone staircases, and dream-like raised beds, you’ll never want to leave.
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If you’re looking for one of the top places to stay in Greece, look no further than Katikies. With 34 cottages in the heart of Oia, you’ll be able to overlook the magical submerged caldera.
Inside the cottages, you’ll find antique pottery, arched ceilings, and bedrooms with private terraces and picture windows.
Tying together both traditional and modern design, you’ll find plunge pools in each room and a show-stopping infinity pool. The perks of staying at Grace are even tailored to your particular tastes, with things like the room fragrances and pillow menu customizable.
Canaves Oia, Santorini
Do you want to find a place a little outside of town? Then check out Canaves, with astoundingly beautiful views of Imerovigli, Oia, and the caldera.
If you’re looking for a peaceful spot with Greek wine, fresh seafood, and tranquil pools that overlook the Aegean, Canaves is your perfect escape.
Kensho Boutique Hotel & Suites, Mykonos
Seated on a hill that overlooks Ornos beach, Kenso is a gorgeous blend of Cycladic chic and bohemian styles. Here you can enjoy being surrounded by vintage Italian furniture and eating the inventive and delicious creations of the chef George Stylianoudakis.
Just a two-minute walk from Mykonos Town, this contemporary and bright resort offers both the excitement of town and the splendor of the beach. With a to-die-for pool where you can grab a creative cocktail that’s garnished with herb’s from the hotel’s own garden, you’re going to love it here.
With 35 rooms that are stylishly and simply furnished in mostly blue and white, most of which coming with its own pool, you’ll love this Cycladic spot.
The public areas are decked out with elegant decorations and furnishings. With two infinity pools, this space is compact but feels enormous.
Bill & Coo Hotels, Mykonos
Does anything sound better than hopping between beachfront resorts in Greece? If you’re stopping in Mykonos, you might consider this designer destination.
Only 150 meters from the nearest beach, you’ll be able to spend your days in the sun and surf. At the same time, it’s within walking distance to Mykonos Old Town. So you get the best of both worlds!
Blue Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Crete
While this luxury Greek resort has 251 rooms and suites, it still carries a boutique vibe. Somehow in such a large hotel in one of the most beautiful places in the world, you don’t feel like you’re in a busy, crowded resort.
Built from local stone, Blue Palace blends in with the natural landscape beautifully. With an impressive lobby, you understand how they get away with putting the world palace in the name. In most of the rooms, there are private infinity pools which is a pretty hard-to-beat feature.
When you arrive, your own personal assistant greets you. Throughout your stay, they’re available to advise you on the resort’s amenities and to make bookings for you.
Domes of Elounda, Autograph Collection, Crete
This resort is laidback and luxurious. Family-friendly and sprawling, Domes of Elounda sits on a hillside across from the famous Spinalonga.
The service here is impeccable. The staff is always happy to help with organizing luggage delivery and helping families with small children.
There are a number of public pools and even a few that are just for adults. There’s even a beach that offers the shade of olive trees.
One downside of this luxury resort is that everything is spread out all over the steep hillside. This means you’ll want to use buggies to get around, and during busy times you might have to wait around for them.
Casa Cook, Rhodes
You can find Casa Cook at the base of a mountainside covered with goats and wildflowers. The buildings here are mostly white with timber decks, gorgeous pools, olive trees, and exposed stone walls.
A combination of modern, tropical, nomadic, and Mediterranean, this place is to die for.
Home to 90 pool villas with minimal decorations, each room has a private veranda that borders a pool shared with other guests.
Naxian Collection, Naxos
Set on a rocky hillside, at Naxian you’ll enjoy views of both the sea and Naxos town. Surrounded by fields, this hotel has rounded balconies, molded chimneys, and decor made of wood, bamboo, and cane.
These Are the Most Breathtaking Luxury Resorts Greece Has to Offer
It’s all too easy to push off taking a vacation year after year. It’s important to take the time and take a break from the hustle and bustle of life, though. Did you know that taking vacations can actually help you live longer?
If you’re going to take a vacation, you may as well go all out. Choosing any one of these luxury resorts Greece has to offer will ensure that your stay is magical, relaxing, and unforgettable.
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