VIP Suites Hotel, Unit 1

Written by on April 11, 2012 in I Eat Greece, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing, however, to book a room at the VIP Suites: – Oia neighborhood cave house in Santorini, Greece

How I heard of this place: Our reservations at the Old Oia Houses could only keep us for one night, and they suggested this newly renovated cave home to us for the rest of our stay in Oia. We are so pleased they did.

Type of cuisine: Greek continental breakfast.

Ambiance: In the comfort of our own home, we enjoyed the Mediterran cave-house setting overlooking the Caldera as the sun rose from the east and lit the blue domes and waters below.

What I ordered: Without having to place any orders, our hosts prepared a breakfast feast and left it for us in our mini refigerator due to our early morning departure (prior to the breakfast establishment opening its doors). On the menu: deli meats, white cheese, feta cheese dusted with herbs, lemon pound cake, a basket of bread, Greek yogurt and a thermos of coffee accompanied by a carafe of milk and a small, glass bowl of sugar.

What I loved: The cake! All this time, I have ignored the pound cakes and desserts at our breakfast buffets. Man…What a mistake. Moist, soft, sweetly lemony and the perfect, satisfying late-morning snack on our nine-hour ferry ride.

Why I loved it: The sweet hospitality, the beautiful presentation and the thoughtfulness that surround the accommodating staff is unparalleled. That being said, the freshness and quality of the foods presented were very apparent in our sunrise breakfast buffet.

Cost: Included in the cost of the hotel

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