This new property is stunning. The grounds, public areas and rooms are all spectacular. Rooms are separate villas with a bedroom, large living room, two bathrooms separated by dressing areas and a large shower room and tub, plus a large patio complete with plunge pool (or larger pool for the more expensive rooms). Lots of white and gray marble and light wood, very calming and serene effect, albeit not particularly Greek-seeming.
The pool area is pleasant, with a separate pool for children so it stays quiet by the adult pool. The beach club is a shuttle ride away and is even better. You can swim in two pools or the sea, and when we were there we were entertained by the comings and goings of several large boats and yachts. We didn't use the spa or the fitness center but both looked beautiful. The open air bar and restaurant were very pleasant and are connected by a series of large patios where you can sit with a drink and watch the sunset over the water.
While I can't fault anything about the design of the place, there were still a few kinks when we were there in September, shortly after opening. Service was eager but not yet polished, for the most part - there were multiple errors in drink and food orders. None of this mattered in a relaxed vacation setting and with staff who were obviously trying hard, but I think most people who pay these rates for a hotel expect a step above the current service level. This will probably improve over time. The other area that could use some improvement was the food. It was best to stick with simple, fresh presentations as the more gourmet attempts were less successful. Our best meal was the farmers salad and little pizza we had at the beach club. I'm not saying the restaurant food was bad, just for the money charged we weren't overly impressed.
Overall I'd give it 4-1/2 stars but am rounding up because of the wow factor. We very much enjoyed our two days of relaxing at Amanzoe at the end of a week of more active touring elsewhere.