The “363 Champagne Lounge” of the luxury boutique hotel Grace Santorini was honored with the “Best Hotel Bar” title at the European Hospitality Awards recently held in London.
For the ninth year the European Hospitality Awards recognized the enterprises that have made a difference in the European hospitality sector. The awards also constitute a platform for the exchange of views among hospitality professionals from different sectors (F&B, hotels, technology). The ceremony was held in the presence of more than 130 representatives of hotel groups and enterprises.
“The distinction of the ‘363 Champagne Lounge’ undoubtedly proves the high-quality services offered by the Grace Hotels. The wide range of the European Hospitality Awards confirms, in the best possible way, the group’s global recognition,” said Lena Livanidou, Grace Hotels’ head for the Mediterranean and Africa.
“We will continue setting the bar high by offering unique experiences to demanding visitors from all over the world,” she added.
The “363 Champaign Lounge” sits 363 meters above sea level overlooking the breath-taking Caldera on the island of Santorini. “Its veranda is considered the ideal spot to observe the constantly changing hues of Santorini’s sunset with a glass of champagne or a signature cocktail,” the hotel said in an announcement.
The Grace Santorini was completely renovated in 2016 to include innovative design, the Champagne Lounge, an extensively expanded culinary experience and a holistic approach for enriched luxury wellness.