A former summer playground of the Onassis family in the 1960s, Domes Miramare has been reborn into a 16+ complex with its own beach. Its original modernist design—by architect Charalambos Sfaellos, himself influenced by Le Corbusier—remains, but designer Kristina Zanic has redone rooms in shades of pearl and taupe with pastel blue, green, and pink accents. One of the hotel’s most notable features? A 200-year-old olive tree, which occupies prime real estate in the center of the lobby. Spring for a waterfront Pavilion Sea Suite, which comes with its own pool and deck.