Why Kapari Natural Resort Santorini?
The Kapari Natural Resort Santorini, where adjectives are futile, metaphors splutter and fail and hyperbole pales in comparison to reality. Seriously, just search #santorini on Instagram. Cue glassy-eyed expression of awe and consider all other Greek islands rendered average.
To be ranked one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of The World is to achieve Greek God-like status amongst hotels and resorts. Kapari makes the cut due in part to it’s absurdly picturesque surroundings on the edge of ancient Imerovigli village (“im-err-o-vig-lee”), with its #nofilterneeded panorama of the caldera and a sunset vantage point modestly referred to as the “balcony to the Aegean”.
Life in HD, on Santorini.
Kapari resort doesn’t rely solely on location to retain Heaven-on-Earth status, although as one Derek Zoolander rightly said, it does help to be “really, really, ridiculously good looking”. Speaking of Blue Steel, the vistas from every angle of Kapari are as immaculate as the whitewashed balconies, private rooftop pools and cloistered honeymoon suite.
Where was I? Ah yes, cultural integrity. This architectural masterpiece seamlessly blends rustic charm with soothing modern minimalism. It's like taking a selfie on this season's must-have smartphone, in a luxury spa, while drinking barrel-aged wine from a 100-year-old goblet.
The Kapari is far more than an aesthetic experience. From crumbling 300-year-old rubble, the Adamidis family painstakingly restored the Imerovigli settlement in the original Cycladic style. This remarkable remake was followed by the building of the Kapari resort itself, using cutting edge eco-friendly technology to ensure unrivalled luxury, wrapped up in authentic Aegean charm. Earthquake, what earthquake?
- Kapari Natural Resort, nestled in Santorini’s most beautiful settlement, Imerovigli.
- One of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of The World.
- Authentic Aegean culture and architecture, combined with modern eco-luxury.