October 28, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Esperas in Santorini, Greece
Located on the fabled volcanic Isle of Santorini off the Greek coast, find the Esperasas Resort. Set amidst dramatic coastal cliffs forged by ancient volcanic eruptions, and overlooking the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea, Esperasas is designed to provide the relaxed comfort of home with the added benefit of first class service of a hotel. Esperasas is your Greek home away from home.
The luxurious interiors of the villas at Esperasas are matched only by the breathtaking views of the Aegean afforded by the balconies that grace each and every room. Simple white walls and colorful Island décor celebrate traditional Greek style, while satellite television and air conditioning add some modern touches of comfort. Enjoy serene sunsets from your balcony, or even immersed in your Jacuzzi tub. Spend your days lounging by a private pool with full service bar and restaurant, as well as views of the ocean, the Caldera and the volcano. Delight in the superb Mediterranean fare of Il Vento restaurant, where meals are served al fresco on a sun or star filled patio. Explore the Island's vineyards, archeological sites and picturesque coastal villages knowing that you have a welcoming home to return to in Esperasas.
Location of Esperas
Nearest Airport: JTR
Amenities for Esperas
- General Information
- 5 Guest Rooms
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- CD Players
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Private Estate
Reviews for Esperas
Believe all the good things in the reviews; itâ€™s all true. The sunset view is beyond description, the desk staff are amazingly helpful and patient, the rooms are quaint and clean, and the breakfast is the best we had in Greece. And all the steps to get there and out, yes, letâ€™s just allow that theyâ€™re memorable. The hotel has a car on call to take you wherever you want to go, with drivers that double as tour guides, and believe me one of the places you want to go is the Domaine Sigalas winery. Our first night there the bartender gladly learned how to make a Vesper Martini, and then told us every evening after how many times since that he had made for other guests what he renamed the â€śJames Bond Martiniâ€ť. A special shout-out to Maria, who serves at the pool bar, what fun she is. If Esperas falls short anywhere itâ€™s having an un-heated pool, which in September was so cold you couldnâ€™t even dip your feet even though the air temperature in the afternoon was hot. At this price-point I expected to be able to swim after hiking to Imerovigli and back.
Kitchenhelp - San Antonio, Texas
Hotel staff was very friendly to allow us to check in by 8 am and also offered a light breakfast. Of course, it was off season and we rented the big room for 4 people and it was only me and my husband. The rooms need some update, on the other hand you don`t need to fight for a place to see the sunset cause of very good location on the cliffs. very nice and helpful staff. Friendly advise, sunset is not a guarantee depending on the time of the year and you may not use the swimming pool as from end sep due to the cold wind.
The location, the view, the amazing cave houses, the attentive service and the extremely helpful staff made this a week to remember. Our room, 115, is possible the best for the sunset, as it's the last one right on the edge with nothing else in front of it until the sun! The rooms - or houses - are all individual and unique, very well prepared and serviced, with plenty of room, a private terrace for breakfast or evening meal, and within easy reach of the town of OiĂ and its shops, bars and restaurants. You do have to be able to climb steps, 106 from the room to the entrance gate of the hotel, then a few hundred more t go through to the town. Keeps you fit. Highly recommended!
Peter L - Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
This was our third trip to Santorini and the second time we stayed at Esperas. The hotel is in the perfect spot in Oia...you can walk up from the hotel into the village or you can take the steps down to Ammoudi Bay. You have the best view of the sunset from either your room or the poolside bar. The people at the hotel are so lovely! All their recommendations for restaurants, sailing and wine tours were excellent. The food at the hotel is very good so if you are too tired from all the stairs to go out you can stay in. We will definitely be visiting again.
15sandy - George Town, Grand Cayman
Like Santorini the Esperas is a unique experience. The Hotel is situated at the northern end of Oia overlooking Amoudi Bay and is thankfully somewhat removed from the crowds visiting Oiaâ€™s commercial center. Upon arrival you will be stunned by the magnificent view and then you get to view sunset from your balcony or the enjoyable Ombra restaurant, which we frequented twice during our stay. Since you are on the edge of the caldera and the Hotel has a significant vertical profile, access to our room required quite a bit of walking down steps, which were well maintained and appropriately lit in the evening. This was not a problem for us but it could be for some and the walkways can be a bit confusing at first. We don't recommend the shortcut down to Amoudi Bay as we found this trek to be somewhat daunting. We very much enjoyed the pool area which provided a refreshing break from the heat of the day and even offered up some shaded caves. Our room, which was superior ocean view, was lower down in the complex and was very private with an incredible view that you will not quickly forget. The room itself was on the smaller side but had an large window and walk out patio doors. We found the plumbing to a bit puzzling with water backing up into the bathroom drain, which we remedied by easing up on the water pressure. (Itâ€™s amazing they have indoor plumbing at all considering the location of Esperas; it must have been quite an engineering feat!). Breakfast was enjoyable, offering many fine choices both hot and cold and we opted to have ours served in our room on most days. Overall this is a lovely hotel and, although somewhat expensive for Greece, it is reasonable for Santorini and by American standards. Go for it as it is an experience like non-other.
GoodToGoinNJ - Marlboro, New Jersey