Santorini, Greece

Santo Mine Oia Suites

Price per night from$809.04

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (inclusive of taxes and fees) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR742.74), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Suite spot


Sunset-ready sensation

Santorini is set to get even better with the arrival of brand-new Santo Mine Oia Suites to the crescent-shaped coastline’s most northerly spot (AKA sunset heaven). This all-suite resort is a seductive spot in which to recharge – formed from secluded neutral-toned sanctuaries, with either a private pool or a hot tub out on every sundowner-ready terrace. Plus, it’s connected by tunnel to neighbouring sister stay, Santo Pure Oia Suites & Villas.


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A bottle of Santorini wine (sparkling for GoldSmiths) plus a plate of local delicacies and fresh fruit. GoldSmiths will also receive a free yoga session


Photos Santo Mine Oia Suites facilities

Need to know


37 suites.


11am. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £510.79 (€606), including tax at 13.5 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of €10.00 per room per night on check-in.

More details

Rates include breakfast.


Santo Mine Oia Suites has two suites that are accessible for guests with mobility issues, and the communal areas are accessible, too.

Hotel closed

The hotel opens in April for the Greek summer season and shutters up in October.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, outdoor gym, and a wine cellar. In rooms: 50-inch TV with Netflix, air-conditioning, Nespresso coffee machine and tea-making kit.

Our favourite rooms

This is Santorini and the MO for most holidays here is catching a show-stealing sunset – book your room wisely and you’ll have one of the best places on the island to watch it all to yourselves.


Each suite has either a private pool or a hot tub, and there’s an angular main pool open from 10am to 6pm for sunseekers to congregate around as well.


There are four treatment rooms at Santo Mine and guests are also welcome to use the full spa facilities through the tunnel at Santo Pure.

Packing tips

Your regular Greek-island essentials: good reads, sunscreen and a wind-proof hat.


Little Smiths aged 12 and up are welcome.

Sustainability efforts

Santorini stone was used in the construction of Santo Mine and all of the materials are LEED-compliant. The buildings all have planted rooftops, plus the hotel has organic gardens and eco-friendly watering practices, and single-use plastics are outlawed.

Food and Drink

Photos Santo Mine Oia Suites food and drink

Dress Code

Sunset shades in homage to the nightly show.

Hotel restaurant

Greek-island mode has been activated and plenty of super-fresh and dry-aged seafood is likely to feature at Alme, the hotel's restaurant. The restaurant is above the main pool, with a view of the Aegean. Guests can also dine privately on their suite's private terrace. 

Hotel bar

 If you can bear to leave your private terrace for sundowner o’clock, the Rhoe Wine Bar will be ready and willing to receive you with glasses of wine from the indigenous wine treasures of Santorini and Greece. Enjoy light bites paired with all-day bar choices, some graced by botanicals from the hotel’s herb garden. 

Last orders

Breakfast is served from 8am to 11am and dinner is available from 7pm to 10.30pm (10.15pm last orders). The bar is open from 11am to 11pm.

Room service

Available around the clock (subject to an additional charge).


Photos Santo Mine Oia Suites location
Santo Mine Oia Suites
Santo Mine Oia Suites

Santo Mine is on the northernmost tip of Santorini, AKA sunset central. The town of Oia (of blue-dome fame) is a swift stroll away.


The island has an international airport that’s around a 20 minute drive away. Direct flights touch down from London during the summer. It’s also easy enough to land in Athens and travel onwards by ferry.


You’re in Santorini’s most sought-after spot, so you probably won’t be venturing very far. But if you have come by car, there’s a free private parking area nearby.


The island’s main port is down a zig-zagged road in Fira, from where you can set sail to other Cycladic isles, such as Paros and Ios.

Worth getting out of bed for

For many incoming visitors to Santorini (including the coach-loads shipped into the north of the island at the end of every day), sunset is the premier activity on the agenda. Luckily for guests of several rooms at Santo Mine Oia Suites, you won’t have to vie for a spot amid the sunset-seeking throngs but can watch Helios’s chariot disappear from the supreme comfort of your private (often Jacuzzi- or pool-enhanced) terrace. Oia may now be crowded, but there’s a reason why everyone wants to see it (beyond the blue-dome-church photo opp) – the village has various whitewashed and colourful buildings stacked down the cliff face, with windmills and yes, photogenic places of worship, and handily is just a short stroll from the hotel. Also within easy reach is Ammoudi Bay, from where you’ll be able to set sail on yacht trips around the coast. Archaeology fans should not miss the Bronze Age settlement at Akrotiri. Thanks to its volcanic soil, Santorini also creates some acclaimed wine (especially good is its assyrtiko) – vineyards to visit include Sigalas Domaine, Estate Argyros and Santo Wines. Nearby beaches of note should you tire of your terrace (unlikely) are Baxedes, Koloumbos and Armeni.

Local restaurants

Down the road in Ammoudi, the namesake taverna by the port is a perfect place to enjoy some super-fresh seafood. If you’ve ventured inland to the hilltop village of Pyrgos, stick around for supper at Metaxi Mas, which serves classic Cretan dishes. And if you’ve hiked the caldera-edge path to Imerovigli, reward yourself with a meal at Grace Hotel’s fine-dining restaurant overlooking Skaros Rock. 


Photos Santo Mine Oia Suites reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this all-suite hotel in the Cyclades and unpacked their swimwear and sunset snaps, a full account of their island break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Santo Mine Oia Suites in Santorini…

No one really needs a reason to go to Santorini. The Greek island is one of the most-visited parts of the country and it isn’t hard to see why. But making it even more alluring next summer is the arrival of Santo Mine Oia Suites, at the northernmost tip of the island’s curving, croissant-shaped coastline. For the uninitiated, sunset central in Santorini is precisely these co-ordinates. What’s more, the coach loads may be disembarking onto the streets of Oia above the hotel, but here in this all-suite enclave you’ll have your own sunset-primed patch from which to watch the nightly spectacle. Even better (and somewhat surprisingly, given the construction Santorini has seen over the past few decades), no other properties are visible from Santo Mine. Over at sister hotel next door Santo Pure (accessible via a tunnel), wellness retreats are held regularly, some of which involve day trips over to Thirassia, a smaller island across the caldera that’s said to be like Santorini was in the Sixties. And on hand to help your day go even more smoothly are butlers, available on request for whim-catering of most descriptions. 

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