Based in the village of Oia in Santorini, this hotel was created by Kapsimalis Architects. Finished earlier this year, the 220 sq meter space stands out for being connected to a medieval castle that overlooks the sea, Island of Thirasia and Santorini’s famed sunsets.
Created in the late 19th century, the ground floor has a wood-burning oven, warehouse and a rainwater tank, while the focal rooms are based on the upper floor. There’s only three rooms in total in the hotel, each with their own independent entrance and garden area as well as lounge space. There’s also a communal lounge area for all the hotel guests to relax. Take a look through the gallery above to see the space for yourselves. You can book to stay at the hotel from its website.