With its iconic blue domed churches, pristine white buildings, picture-perfect views and glorious sunshine, we didn't think we needed more proof that Santorini is a dream holiday destination.
The Greek hotspot is perfect for a romantic getaway or if you love taking snaps for Instagram.
However, one hotel has blown our expectations of the area out of the water – all because of a seriously cool feature that comes with the rooms.
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Book into an Infinity Suite at the Dana Villas Complex in Firostefani, and you'll have access to your very own private infinity pool – accessed through a secret tunnel.
The experience is guaranteed to be one of your favourite holiday memories thanks to the unusual design.
Guests simply need to step through a little doorway in their bathroom to find the tunnel – so you'll feel like you're sneaking into Narnia as you do it.
You'll then walk into the indoor plunge pool tunnel, and then swim through to the infinity pool at the end, located outside so you can take in the breathtaking views of the cliff-laden landscape.
And you'll be able to stare out at the glittering blue sea as parts of the coastline are highlighted against the azure sky.
Don't worry about feeling claustrophobic as the tunnel is large and very open with windows and a view outside.
The water is heated too, so even if guests want to head out in the evenings or catch the early morning sunset, they won't be left shivering!
Although these hidden pools are not a new feature for the complex, they've become a hit with guests who have been sharing snaps all over Instagram.
After all, it's the ultimate 'wish you were here' humble brag, no?
It's not just the pools that are making us jealous of this luxury holiday – the chic suite bedrooms and bathrooms look incredible too.
Think huge cosy-looking beds, pristine white decor, and unrivalled views of the surrounding crystalline ocean waters and Santorini's iconic picture-perfect cliffsides.
The clean looking rooms also come with comfy outdoor loungers to catch some rays when you first wake up.
If you head out onto the hotel's terraces you'll find more seating spots to gaze out at the view as you sip on a cocktail or beer.
Oh, and did we mention the Infinity Suite also has an interior jacuzzi complete with waterfall and lighting controls so you basically have your own mini-spa in your bedroom?
Room rates vary by date and room selection, but the deluxe double starts from around £411 per night while a cave pool suite starts at £732.
The hotel is only open between April and November each year – but you can find some cheaper deals on booking.com within this time frame.
October and November tend to be the cheapest times for booking the cave suite with the price dropping by several hundred pounds.
You'll need to ensure you choose a suite with a pool to get one of the magical hidden tunnel options.
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