Real Venue Inspirations at Katikies Hotel - Santorini Has the thought of scrapping the big party ever crossed your mind? If yes then the following Elopement at Katikies Hotel, Santorini  may cause you to pull the trigger. Maybe it’s the soft white coloring of the resort against the millpond-still blue Aegean sea, or perhaps it’s the cocoon effect of the guestrooms, which are sculpted from the rock face, but once you’re through the door at Katikies, life really does seem to slow to the pace of the toy-sized sail boats inching across the caldera 300m below. Katikies hotel has righteously earned its fluttering description by numerous journalists/writers and travelers alike but I must admit my favorite description is the one above By Julia Buckley, Jetsetter Correspondent source: Jetsetter Enjoy John and Esther Santorini Eloping at Katikies Hotel Wedding photography by Vangelis Beltzenitis Event Planning & Design by StellaAndMoscha Wedding dress by Karen Willis Holmes Eloping in Santorini

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WEdding in Katikies Hotel

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WEdding in Katikies Hotel

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

WEdding in Katikies Hotel Santorini

There’s a reason Katikies wins countless awards and features on innumerable bucket lists. Maybe it's the location – artfully spilling down the cliffside in Santorini’s most upscale resort, Oia. Maybe it's the rooms – lofty “caves” sculpted from the rock itself, and painted bright white to let the light stream through. Maybe it's the three pools, or the impeccable service. It could even be the view – taking in the caldera from its most quintessential angle. It takes a visit to see which one does it for you. By Julia Buckley, Jetsetter Correspondent source: Jetsetter Warm island Greetings,