ADAMIS MAJESTY is a unique sample of aristocratic architecture, respecting, though, rigorously, the neoclassic specification of Santorini’s Old Mansions, with their domes, their arches and the picturesque windows, from which one can admire the blue sky binding with the endless blue of the ocean, whereas during the nightfall, the sea is painted “in blood” as the sun bends into its arms for inevitably loosing itself into the ocean.
Nowaydays, the owners of ADAMIS MAJESTY have successfully reconstructed the mansion, with respect to its historicity, while simultaneously maintaining the local architecture, and have created 6 suites, which give a new essence to the meaning of qualitative luxury.
Each suite has its own special style of comfort and luxury, with a distinguished presentation of the bathroom, where the shaping of the area, along with its decoration and its unique Jacuzzi, provide an exceptional experience of relaxation and calmness, but also an atmosphere of mystery and romance.
Through all this, the visitor of ADAMIS MAJESTY SUITES has the opportunity to enjoy a few days of a totally relaxed vacation, far away from the stress of his/her everyday life, by experiencing an absolute paradise of luxury, while at the same time enjoying a variety of services of superior quality and care, since the guest deserves only the best.
The qualified personnel of ADAMIS MAJESTY SUITES is ready to welcome their guests and to service them within the unique sensation of a cosmopolitan ambiance.
ADAMIS MAJESTY had been one of the 4 Old Mansions of Fira Town, the capital of the island, founded in the 17th century and included 10 rooms with various other auxiliary areas.
Its living room, as well as its 4 bedrooms had the formation of “crossed-domes”, meaning that the domes had the shape of a cross,
which is a very special and rarely met local architecture, whereas a remarkable painting of 1852 was spread all over them.
This fact had made this Mansion an exceptional piece of art and of architecture and attracted a lot of visitors, who were arriving at the Mansion to admire its beauty and to take part to the numerous festivities which were organized by its owners.
Unfortunately, the tragic earthquake of 1956, caused the demolition of 6 rooms of this Mansion, which had been impossible to be repaired. However, the rest of the “Epavlis” was restored and maintained in its present authentic architectural form.