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Guide Price Per Room Per Night Around £ 140 Per Room Per Night (Breakfast) Prices are as a guide only, assuming 2 people in the room. Prices will be vary depending on the season and the occupancy of room.

Why you'll love Wind Surfing with Kyrimai Hotel!

  • Culturally authentic hotel steeped in history
  • A great location from which to explore the surrounding natural beauty
  • Magnificent views and a great local restaurant on site

Kyrimai Hotel

Housed in a fully restored nineteenth century building complex, just off the southernmost tip of Mani, in rural Greece, Kyrimai Hotel combines traditional architecture with modern comfort. Its rooms face Mani’s crystal-blue sea as well as its glorious landscape, while its one-of-a-kind menu embraces local elements that have stood the test of time, but with a modern twist.

The complex that houses Kyrimai is elegantly built and restored according to the owners’ personal taste – but it also carries a long history. Proudly standing on the port of Gerolimenas since the 1870s, the complex is rich in history, in archives and artifacts but also in the stories of the people that have stayed and worked in it through the decades. Visiting Kyrimai is like traversing its 140-year history.

As it has been built so close to the sea, Kyrimai offers its visitors a unique experience, in that they can be lulled by the waves that hit the shore right next to the hotel grounds. The view of the crystal blue sea is a constant while swimming in the Maniot sea is a joy you will not be likely to forget anytime soon. Its rooms combine traditional materials such as wood and stone, with modern, elegant furnishing, but also wonderful vistas of the surroundings.

The hotel’s menu is among the things that the Kyrimai team takes most pride in. Combining familiar, traditional tastes with a sense of innovation, the dishes aim to please the modern visitor, but also give him or her an authentic experience of Mani’s joys and culture. Mani’s gastronomic history contains much more than one might think. There are still numerous aspects that are worth discovering and tasting. Both the hillside and the seaside settlements, that had remained cut off from each other for years, developed their own special, autonomous gastronomic cultures, that effortlessly impress today’s visitor with their unexpectedly modern and unusual character. That’s exactly the kind of character that Kyrimai wants to bring to light again, believing that the only way to understand and appreciate the cuisine of such a special place is by following your instinct and your feelings, offer culinary experiences unlike anything before.