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15421 Southwest 39th Terrace, Miami, FL 33185, USA
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Santorini luxury Villa Archipel Mansion is a luxury detached villa on Santorini’s island that can accommodate up to eight people in total. It consists of the main house, The Mansion, and the Studio, each with its own entrance providing privacy to all residents. The Archipel Mansion’s outdoor spaces overlook the famous Caldera Basin and the Aegean Sea and offer various living and dining areas. At villa Archipel an outdoor, heated hot tub is also available for maximum relaxation.
Archipel Mansion is perched on the highest point of Santorini’s capital Fira, a region rich in the history of which the mansion is an integral part. With its privileged position that offers an impressive view of the famous caldera formed by the collapse of an ancient volcano, it is a silent reflection. The extraordinary light created in this natural wonder has inspired generations of travelers.
At Archipel Mansion, our Aria service team offers a memorable experience of authentic Greek hospitality: privacy and comfort at home in a real example of life on the Greek island.
Whether you are looking for history and culture, a family retreat, or the opportunity to experience one of the Mediterranean’s most spectacular views, Archipel Mansion is your ideal destination for the Greek islands.
Archipel Mansion occupies a privileged position in “Fraggomahalas,” a former Santorini capital Fira district.
The original palace was built in the early 18th century, and its spectacular second floor was completed around 1830. It is crowned by a triangular pediment typical of the vernacular. The building initially housed a collection of historical Greek sculptures and ceramics derived from excavations in ancient Thira. Today they are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Fira.
The palace’s first owners were the Catalan-born Delenda family. They arrived in Athens in the 14th century and then moved to Naxos before settling in Santorini in the mid-16th century.
The family is part of the nobility of the Duchy of the Aegean 1207-1537. The family coat of arms represents a tower and a sword accompanied by a crown that symbolizes the family’s aristocratic rank.
During their stay in Santorini, the family welcomed many dignitaries, in particular from Great Britain, Austria, France, and Germany, including Emperor William II, Baron Hillier Von Gertingen, the archaeologist. The latter was the pioneer of the excavations at the ancient Thira. and, in 1835, King Otto of Greece and Regina Amalia
The current house was built in the style of a neoclassical palace by the current owner, the architect Nikos Delendas. The traditions started by the original owners 600 years ago live in the form of a luxury villa that lives and breathes the history of Santorini’s island.
The Mansion is perched on the highest point of Fira, the capital of the island of Santorini. It offers a breathtaking view of the Caldera Basin. This independent luxury villa can accommodate up to eight people in a total of four double rooms.
Archipel Mansion includes the manor house (three double rooms), plus the study (one double room). Each has its own private entrance.
At the Archipelago Mansion, Aria Hotels offers a perfect combination of life on the Greek island: privacy and comfort at home. It is a real example of everyday village life.