Les parents de l’hôtelier Costis Psychas vivaient dans l’île grecque de Santorin, et lui même possédait un hôtel à Athènes. Mais à la mort de son père, lui qui ne s’était jamais senti à l’aise en ville, a déménagé pour se rapprocher de sa mère et a transformé quatre maisons grecques traditionnelles en un hôtel cinq étoiles appelé Perivolas.
Photographe: William Abranowicz
Escale in Santorini
The parents of hotelier Costis Psychas lived in the Greek island of Santorini, and he even own a hotel in Athens. After his father died, Psychas–who never felt at ease in the city-moved to Santorini to be closer to his mother and turned four traditional Greek houses into a five-star hotel called Perivolas.
Photograph: William Abranowicz
After renewing his love of the sea while living on the Greek island of Santorini, hotelier Costis Psychas finds an even more secluded spot to create his ultimate water world
When his father turned 80, his parents finally made the move, and his father lived out his final years on the picturesque island with its whitewashed homes, blue domes, and painterly sunsets. After his father died, Psychas–who never felt at ease in the city-moved to Santorini to help his mother turn four traditional Greek houses into a five-star hotel called Perivolas.
Photography by: William Abranowicz
source : Elle Decor