A new luxury property has opened its doors on the Greek island paradise that is Santorini.
Hyatt’s most exciting new hotel, Magma Resort Santorini, is now available for bookings.
Magma Resort Santorini promises to be the epitome of the one-of-a-kind hotels that you would expect from Hyatt’s brand of independent hotels known as The Unbound Collection by Hyatt.
Let’s take a closer look at what Magma Resort Santorini has to offer.
Magma Resort Santorini
A stone’s throw from the main town, Fira, the boutique-style, 59-room hotel is set to be a tranquil oasis in the heart of the island.
“We are delighted to open Magma Resort Santorini and introduce The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand to the many independently minded, luxury travelers looking for an authentic experience of our iconic island,” said Stelios Koutsivitis, President and Shareholders of SWOT Hospitality, the management company of Magma Resort Santorini.
Of the 59 rooms, 24 are suites which boast verandas, walk-in showers, living space to relax and dine, as well as private pools with unrivalled views over the South Aegean Sea to the horizon.
Magma Resort Santorini offers its guests the culinary delights of Magma by Spondi — an all-new dining concept curated by 2-Michelin-starred chef Arnaud Bignon especially for the resort.
Bignon’s menu brings together local and seasonal ingredients and combines them with the unmistakable flavors and dishes of the Greek Islands.
Whether your vacation is for a celebration, to get away from it all, or to hang out with friends, a visit to Magma Resort Santorini’s Lava Spa and Wellness Center would make for the perfect treat.
As you’d expect for a luxury property such as Magma Resort Santorini, room rates are upwards of $500 per night even into early October. However, later in the month when the weather is still warm on the islands, prices drop to around $280 per night.
You can also redeem points from as low as 25,000 per night in the off-season.
Hot Tip: Want to stay at Magma Resort Santorini but don’t fancy splurging all that cash? Well, you don’t have to. Check out our guide to the best ways to earn lots of World of Hyatt points and you’ll soon have a stash of points ready and waiting to take you to Greece.
Getting to Santorini
The quickest way to get to Santorini is via a nonstop flight to Athens (ATH), then switching onto a domestic flight to the island (which takes just over 30 minutes).
American, Delta, and United offer seasonal nonstops to Athens (ATH) from cities such as Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), and Philadelphia (PHL).
If you really want to travel in style, you could opt to splurge using cash or points on Emirates’ fifth freedom flight from Newark (EWR) to Athens (ATH).
Hot Tip: While Emirates is based out of Dubai (DXB) in the UAE, there’s a surprising number of ways you can redeem reward flights without having to head to Dubai or even fly Emirates. Check out our guide on the best ways to redeem Emirates Skywards miles for max value to find out more.
Just when you thought Santorini couldn’t become a hotter destination, Magma Resort Santorini comes along and turns up the heat even more.
Hyatt’s stunning new Unbound Collection property is ready and waiting for you to indulge in all that is the serenity and luxury of the Greek Islands.
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