- No Smoking Rooms
- Internet Access
- Car Parking
- Safe Box
- Wheelchair Accessible
Pappoudiko is a building complex believed – based on historic writings – to have been built, in its first stage, between the Megalithic age and 1855. It is currently divided into an eastern and a western section, with the war-tower (polemopyrgos) reigning over the hotel and the broader region alike.
An interaction with different levels and the composition of the buildings walled in by stone courtyards and stone-built staircases give the impression of a self-contained village. All of the hotel’s buildings were restored in utter compliance with Mani’s genuine architecture. As a result, the restoration works managed to bring forth their particular structural and morphology-related features, thus rendering Pappoudiko an exceptional and utterly genuine specimen of Mani’s architectural design.
First-class apartments offering 5-star amenities were built according to Mani’s tradition and equipped in a way promoting each and every apartment’s own personality. At the same time, all the spaces offer the most modern amenities and equipment and comprise authentic antiques and details reflecting the owners’ intention to create a hospitable space immersed in a spirit of discreet luxury.
Pappoudiko was created in a way urging visitors to discover it. It enchants its guests thanks to its uniqueness, its warm and high-standard hospitality. It conquers them with its artless beauty, drawing them back to it with its lure. Just as Mani itself.