Think of a black shiny piano in the hallway; a white marble sundial hanging over the door of your room; airy light blue on the walls of the House of the Wind; a shell-shaped stoop next to a big eucalyptus tree where to hide the keys when you leave your room; a white terrace and a small sun-kissed private patio; a blue indigo dome with a white cross; a swimming pool touching the blue horizon of the Caldera’s water; a bronze woman’s head with straight nose, motionless, her hair gathered on the back of her neck and her chin up toward Nea Kameni, the youngest volcanic island of the archipelago. In Santorini, you’ll find a collector so generous and confident that she shares her art with her guests as they were part of the family. Meraviglia is the privilege to own for a few nights the keys of this home-museum, wake up in the morning, order your room service and eat breakfast with silver cutlery, a selection of impeccable French croissants and pain au chocolat, and red grapes. Get ready for a once in a lifetime experience.
Words Meraviglia Paper. Photo courtesy The Tsitouras collection.