Last week, the European Union announced that it will be easing its travel restrictions to fully vaccinated foreigners. Following the news, a hotel in Santorini, Greece called Mystique has officially re-opened its doors to the public.
Situated in Oia, the hotel boasts Cycladic-inspired architecture, showcasing gentle curves and sculpted arches covered in a muted color palette and light-enhancing spaces. Featuring 41 suites and villas, two swimming pools, a rejuvenating Elios Spa and a gym, the whole of Mystique is surrounded by beautiful panoramic sea views.
The villas – Secrecy, Holistic and Mystery – all offer different travelers, including honeymooners, families and more, a luxurious experience. For those looking to keep healthy while on vacation, the Secrecy or Mystery are the ideal villas for you as they come with a private fitness room. As for Holistic, couples can enjoy the private outdoor jacuzzi and use the outdoor space for al fresco dining.
The hotel continues to take precautionary measures to ensure the safety of its guests and staff. Mystique has ensured that it has heightened its current stringent practices around food handling, sanitization, disinfection and cleaning.
Take a closer look at the different rooms above. Room rates start at €500 EUR (approximately $612 USD) per night including breakfast. Head over to Mystique Hotel Santorini’s website for more details.