Kirini Suites & Spa

    Kirini, an all-suite resort that opened in Oia on Santorini, Greece, last year, is utterly private, and its tiered design takes full advantage of the Aegean-view setting. Set more than 300 feet above the caldera basin, Kirini is adjacent to, and affiliated with, the larger Katikies resort where Kirini guests have access to more pools, restaurants, bars, and another spa. Accommodations All of the 19 air-conditioned suites offer views of the Aegean. Some units have verandas and Jacuzzis. Recreation An outdoor pool and a spa on the premises. Dining Seasonal fare on the terrace at Basilico Gourmet and intimate Greek meals inside a grotto at the four-table White Cave. Worthy Diversion Take a taxi to Amoudi Harbor for a lunch of grilled octopus at Dimitri’s. Afterward, work off the meal by climbing the hundreds of stairs back to Oia. Rates Junior suites start at $520. The Kirini Suite, which has a plunge pool, begins at $1,255. The resort closes during winter.

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