Friday, 17 July 2015 11:08

If you’re a big traveler and have yet to visit the beautiful country of Greece, then I suggest you get a move on before life passes you by.

As many of you know, Greece is a country with a landscape to satisfy all walks of life. There’s beach, sun, mountains, countryside, villages, cities, islands, and lakes, and in the middle of it all are a whole lot of places you can stay while visiting.

Some people enjoy spending time at a quaint bed-and-breakfast, while others may have family members they stay with while on vacation. However, there are always that select few who will only travel in one way… style.

So for those of you who can’t get enough of the lavish life, and who are looking to travel to Greece sometime in the near future, here’s a look at SOME of the many beautiful hotels Greece has to offer.


Grace Hotel, Santorini

Blue Palace Resort and Spa, Elounda, Crete

Astra Suites, Santorini

Let’s think of a word for this next hotel. How about: “Breathtaking!” It comes as no surprise that the second most beautiful hotel in Greece is also located in Santorini, and again in Imerovigli. Astra Suites definitely gives Grace Hotel a run for its money, with its scenic views, excellent service, and ideal location. You really can’t go wrong with either of these spots.

Cavo Tagoo Hotel, Mykonos

Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort

Five-star central, here we come. Let’s continue island hopping and this time visit Mykonos for its most famous hotel, the Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort. This spot is known as the most high-class on the entire island. It also has all the amenities one could ask for, and again, much like the previous hotels, this one is right up there when it comes to excellent staff and service. Looking for a word to describe the Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort? Pure luxury!

Elounda Beach Hotel & Villas, Crete

Have you visited any of these hotels? If so let us know how your experience was in the comment section below. Also, let us know of some other hotels we might have missed!

By Staff Writer – Jonathan Bliangas

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*sources: tripadvisor