We stayed in July and our stay was very enjoyable. The man who collected us at the central office (I can't remember his name!), was extremely helpful. He cleaned the room daily with his wife and was always on hand for advice. The room was nice if a little tired so don't expect luxury, it is very rustic but perfectly adequate. It is reasonably priced compared to what some places charge in Oia. I found the restaurants on the sea front extremely expensive - there's certinaly no recession in this part of Greece! I would highly recommend a lovely restaurant at Paradise beach, food was amazaing in a lovely setting, can't remember name though. It's on the road up to Oia down a dirt track.The view was amazing from the room, and it was lovely to have breakfast on the balcony. I enjoyed the walk up to Oia but I would not recommend doing it during the day. I thought the donkeys were treated quite badly, they did not seem to have a drink all day so I did not use them to get up the steps.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Amoudi Villas is a small traditional suites complex built with the traditional Santorini cave house style located on the little Bay of Amoudi, the old port of Oia (exactly below the ruins of the famous sunset castle). Which is on the narrow north gate of the Caldera lagoon of Santorini with caldera view and view on the little port, that gives the privilege to enjoy the view of beautiful sailing boats and big cruise ships passing silently in and out, quite close of the bay, like if they were doing a parade just for the guests of Amoudi Villas before there balcony, with Thirassia Island as a back ground. It is maybe the only hotel on the island located on the cliff with caldera view that gives access to the sea without needing transportation (the sea is just a few metres from the entrance of the hotel), which gives you the possibility to swim in two spots (one of them is in the green waters around the famous little island of St. Nicholas, arr. 300 metres from the hotel), to enjoy the sunset from the edge of the bay (after mid September sunset can be seen from some rooms balcony of Amoudi Villas), it has some of the best fish taverns of the island, the area provides big parking capacity (which is rear for hotels with caldera view) and from there starts every day many cruises to the volcano islands etc... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amoudi Villas Hotel Oia
- Amoudi Hotel Oia
- Amoudi Villas Santorini/Oia