Merovigliosso Apartments

Address: Imerovigli, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Imerovigli, is near Red Beach, Santorini Sailing, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, and Thirasia.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMerovigliosso Apartments Imerovigli

      Reviewed by kathandsheila

      Great View & Location

      Reviewed Apr 23, 2012
      by (16 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      This is budget accommodation with the 5 star treatment. Fabulous 2 level room with a balcony overlooking the sea and sunsets. Kostas the manager is so friendly and helpful; he really goes all the way making sure you are enjoying your stay. Generous breakfast served on your balcony, with free pick up and drop service to port/airport.
      20 minute scenic walk along the coast gets you to Fira. 5 minute walk to good restaurants, supermarket and bus. Fabulous!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Merovigliosso Apartments Imerovigli

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Imerovigli

      New found love for Greece: Santorini.

      A travel blog entry by mysuppression on Jul 20, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... praying” as I attempted to climb back into bed. Rightly so, it was a story shared among the group, and it never got old!

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      Santorini, the poor mans Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 15, 2014

      7 photos

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      A travel blog entry by jammin on Dec 03, 2013

      2 photos

      ... from New York, Ben and David, staying here so we've been all hanging out on the patio, drinking scotch purley to do a l'chaim which is a hebrew toast, meaning "to life". How perfect, given the setting. They are hilarious, straight out of a seinfeld episode. Yesterday afternoon was spent playing poker, drinking scotch and watching the sun go down over the caldera. Every five minutes a bunch (now we need one of you blogees out there to research the collective noun ...

      Thor Strikes!!!

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 17, 2013

      Last night we had the most amazing thunder and lightening storm. Wind from the west sweeping up from the caldera and rattling the doors and windows. Great booming blasts of thunder. Lightening that lit the entire room through the windows and seemingly even through the doors. I kept thinking I should really get up and look outside and see if we were going to be blown off the hilltop. Finally I did at one point ...

      History and more views

      A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jun 09, 2013

      8 photos

      ... mountain. This was not a train smash by any means (half an hour extra driving at most), but it was irritating. Reaching the base of the mountain on which Ancient Thira lies was easy enough, but the ride to the top – about 2km – was a bit trickier. It is an extremely narrow road with twenty plus hairpin bends, and not the ones you’d find on normal mountain passes. Only one car can go round them at a time and you can’t see the ...