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Hotel on the Santorini coast has rooms in white-painted caves
Greek studio Kapsimalis Architects has turned a cluster of former homes, barns and cellars on the island of Santorini into a hotel with rooms in caves.
Located among a strip of buildings that form the edge of the village of Odi, the Saint Hotel steps down on a cliff by the sea.
Each level has unobstructed views out to the island's volcanic bay, with rooms dug into the steep hillside.
Sixteen rooms open onto private terraces with pools and loungers, separated by bright white walls.
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