katikies hotel in oia santorini, greece katikies hotel in oia santorini, greece
dec 03, 2012

katikies hotel in oia santorini, greece

katikies hotel in oia santorini, greece

 

 

 

 

perched on the caldera cliffs, 300 feet above the azure waters of the aegean is the ‘katikies the hotel in oia santorini‘ located in greece. the luxury boutique getaway is the first of its kind in this area offering uninterrupted views of the sea from every point in the resort. the vernacular white architecture produces an atmosphere of peaceful relaxation and immaculate detail inviting the natural environment into the space. guests can participate in a variety of diverse activities ranging from fine dining, to recreation and leisure. two infinity pools, an open air jacuzzi and library are a few of the services offered.

 

architecture embedded into mountain cliff

 

patio

 

 

cave swimming pool

 

accommodations

 

balcony

 

living area

 

master ensuite

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  • Let’s destroy the nature in favor of the rich tourists

    Matteo says:
  • Matteo, what the helll are you talking about? Oia is built like this, the houses, not only hotels. By the way, according to your mindset, we destroy nature EVERY SINGLE SECOND around the world for all kind of reasons. Sooo…. Relax.

    peter says:
  • Matteo,
    I am Greek. Santorini architecture is one of the best architectures of the world. houses and hotels build on the “caldera” not only preserves the environment but uses only the materials extracted by the local ground. this is an ancient technique, monitored right after the volcano explosion.

    xeno says:
  • are the aluminium window frames are extracted from the local ground ??

    Pedro Rogado (PT) says:
  • reminds me the Casapueblo (museum, art gallery, and hotel) in Uruguay.

    waldo says:
  • the bitch is in the detail… the spaces and volumes are very nice but then…. they had to stick cheap laminated floors, German style tight fiber glass windows and cheap out of the shelf furniture…

    mala mala says:

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