Need to know
Twenty-one, including 12 suites and a villa.
Noon, but flexible for 50 per cent of the room rate. Earliest check-in, 2.30pm.
Double rooms from $845.15 (€753), excluding tax at 13.5 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of €4.00 per room per night on check-out.
Rates usually include a frequently changing, five-course champagne breakfast and a welcome glass of champagne on arrival.
Daily free pilates and yoga classes are held in the resort's second-floor studio, by the boutique fitness room. Souvenir-seekers should steer themselves towards the resort's concept store, which sells artwork, floaty garments by super-cool Greek designers Zeus + Dione, and crafty trinkets from the Cycladic Art Museum. Local artwork is displayed in the champagne lounge too. Make your stay even more luxurious with the hotel's Bespoke by Grace service, which allows guests to customise their stay with a pillow menu, choice of fragrances and bath products, bespoke in-room cocktail kit and a personal fitness kit.
At the hotel
Fitness room, yoga and pilates studio, boutique, laptops on loan (Macs and PCs), free WiFi throughout, concierge. In rooms: flatscreen Smart TV, Apple TV, Nespresso machine, bar with local drinks and snacks, air-conditioning, pampering kits and full-size Apivita bath products. Guests staying in a suite or the villa also get a bottle of champagne and strawberries in their room on arrival.
Our favourite rooms
For double the plunge-pool fun, pick a Grace Suite with plunge pool – you get one indoors, with a partition so it can be ocean-facing or totally private, and an extra one out on the terrace. VIP Suites are similarly endowed, only their plunge pools are bigger, and they’ve got steam rooms and some flashy light installations, too. All the rooms are chalky white, with bright cushions and rugs to break up the serenity.
The hotel has a cover-model of a heated infinity pool (the largest by the caldera), which runs along the front of the hotel, perfect for swimming and Skaros Rock-spotting at the same time; there are well-cushioned double loungers, a bar and an outdoor shower.
Brightly coloured outfits to set off your suite; it’s hard to clash with whitewash.
The hotel's enviable clifftop setting means that access is via a not insignificant number of steps – it's not ideal for travellers with restricted mobility.
Over-14s are welcome at the hotel (with the exception of The Villa, which can accommodate children of any age). Extra beds cost €200 a night.