Need to know
69, including 28 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $221.04 (€194), excluding tax at 24 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of €4.00 per room per night on check-out.
Rates include an American-style buffet breakfast with pastries, cakes, juice, coffee and and cold cuts.
The hotel has a robust fitness programme, including Pilates and yoga. For the ultimate in sun-saluting serenity, personal classes can be booked on secluded nearby beaches.
The hotel closes annually from 1 November through 30 April.
At the hotel
Spa and gym, free WiFi throughout and a laundry service. In rooms: flatscreen TV, coffee machine, free bottled water, minibar, beach bag and air-conditioning.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms overlook the Aegean, so rest assured of a view wherever you bed down. Several of the suites have a private hot tub. The Passion Suite is especially lovely, with exposed brick and a private outdoor area.
The large family-friendly outdoor pool has panoramic sea views and plenty of blue sunloungers. There's a little seating area within the pool for lounging in the cool water.
Thalasso Spa pays tribute to the sea, with massages, scrubs and after-sun treatments that use marine-sourced Elemis and Ligne St. Barth products. The signature Thalassotherapy treatment takes guests through several seawater pools, each with different salinity and temperatures to help with inflammation and aching muscles.
Bring a pair of sturdy shoes– they’ll be better than sandals for tackling the hilly walks around the hotel.
The hotel isn’t wheelchair accessible.
All ages are welcome, but there is no lifeguard at the pool or kids' club, so it's best suited to older little Smiths. Connecting rooms are available and cots can be set up in larger rooms.