After the online booking platform Booking.com included the hotel’s pool among the best worldwide and following extensive articles on prestigious international websites, such as InStyle,co.uk, L’Officiel.com, Telegraph.co.uk and Travel+Leisure.com, a new “international recognition came from the ‘Bible of Enterprises’, Forbes.com”, the hotel’s management said in an announcement.
Under the title, “Discover Discreet Accommodation, Endless Views, and Champagne Galore at Grace Santorini”, journalist Katie Chang wrote an extensive article on Grace Santorini’s excellent services and described in detail her stay at the hotel.
The prominent journalist, whose articles have also been published on T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Esquire and the American Vogue Magazine, shared her impressions of the hotel’s minimalistic elegant decoration, the magnificent view of the Aegean and the services that provide a “deep feeling of care”.
Chang also positively commented on the renewed “363 Champagne Lounge”, which this summer include a series of wine tasting events, in collaboration with two unique Moët Hennesy champagnes: Dom Pérignon and Moët & Chandon.
The Santoro restaurant was also featured in Chang’s article for the all-day gastronomy inspirations of executive chef Spyros Agious.
The journalist first highlighted the Santoro’s unique breakfast and then made special reference to the restaurant’s dinner signature dishes, such as the salty vermicelli soup, the buttered urchin with lemon, the branzino (European bass) moussaka, the yogurt béchamel and the crispy shrimps.
“The journalist’s stay on Grace Santorini has further enhanced her good impression of the island, which has made international jet setters start packing for next summer,” the announcement said.