Whilst Santorini offers the dream setting, Marybill Hotel in the resort of Perissa ticks everything off your holiday wish list. This traditional-style and friendly hotel sits within close proximity of Perissa Beach and ancient Thira and offers well-equipped guest units, a range of facilities, and a tasty buffet breakfast (served) each morning.
Lose yourself in a book by the poolside or head down to the sands of Perissa Beach to splash in the sea. Explore the ruins of Akrotiri, take a wine tour at Santo Wines, discover the mountaintop city of ancient Thira, or the nearby rocky Red Beach.
Retire to your guest room where rich colours and modern amenities create the perfect environment for your stay. Turn on the air-conditioning to keep cool in the Greek climate, and settle in front of the satellite TV to catch the news back at home. Relax on your private furnished patio to watch the sun go down with a glass of your favourite local wine in-hand.
Set yourself up for a day of sunning or exploring with a nutritious buffet-style breakfast. Take a walk into the vibrant resort of Perissa to wine and dine at a choice of traditional-style Greek restaurants, and make the most of the relaxing bar scene.
Discover why Marybill Hotel is a popular place to stay for Santorini holidays.
Marybill Hotel offers plentiful facilities, including: a buffet breakfast, outdoor swimming pool, TV in common areas, Wi-Fi access, safe, luggage storage, and parking.
This Santorini hotel has a total of 26 modern and well-equipped guest rooms. All rooms feature private furnished patios, air-conditioning, bathroom with bathtub, satellite TV, radio, telephone, hair dryer, toiletries, and fridge.
Food & Drink
Food, Drink & Entertainment
Start your day right with a nutritious buffet breakfast full of hot and cold dishes, fresh fruit, bread, cereal, and drink options. There is a fridge in the room to keep self-bought drinks and small snacks cool during your stay. Wander out of the hotel to uncover a plethora of authentic local Greek eateries and lively bars.