The Greek resort also ranked second in the “Best Hotel in Europe” and “Best Hotel in the World” categories for a second year in a row.
Based on the votes of its readers, Travel + Leisure’s annual World’s Best Awards serve as a respected resource for inspiration and a guide for readers’ next adventures.
“We are honored to be recognized, once again, as the best hotel in Greece and second in the world and in Europe on the coveted Travel + Leisure list,” Grace Hotel General Manager George Avgoustis said.
“These awards reflect the efforts of our entire team. Our people are an integral part of the Grace experience creating a unique relationship of trust with every visitor,” he added.
The 20-room Grace Hotel is home to modern accommodations all with views of the Aegean and designed in the spirit of the Mediterranean’s laidback seaside lifestyle. Its iconic two-bedroom Villa was recently renovated and is equipped with unique amenities like its own spa with a traditional hammam, a fully equipped kitchen, a swimming pool, a wine and cigar cellar and a butler.
Culinary experiences at Grace Hotel include honey tastings, private sunset picnics and Greek cooking classes.
With regard to activities, the hotel also offers art classes that include Greek sandal making and the art of pottery.
Adventure lovers will also be happy to know that Grace Hotel offers jet ski safaris, hikings with a local guide and scuba diving.
Earlier this summer, the property announced its collaboration with Michelin-starred Chef Lefteris Lazarou who will take Greek cuisine to the island’s Varoulko Santorini restaurant. In addition, the Baba Au Rum, one of the World’s 50 Best Bars in Athens, will serve the finest cocktails at the hotel’s 363 Bar.
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