Despite being noted for its rugged beauty, traditional villages, medieval towers and Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches, the Kyrimai Hotel represents a different period in Mani’s history. A renovation of the old trade center built in 1870 by Theodore Kyrimis, mayor of Middle Mani and Michalis Katsimanitis, a trader from Syros, the store, warehouse, tower and residence are exquisite examples period architecture complete with a complex of stairways, arches and inner courts, tower rooms, luxury suites, two-storey rooms and charming attics, which links the property with Greek trade developments in the 19th and 20th centuries.The Kyrimai has been awarded as:
The cuisine of international award-winning Chef, Yiannis Baxevanis, is served in Kyrimai’s renovated warehouse; a marvelous example of period architecture that was restored with the same dedication Baxevanis approaches his own craft. A culinary voyager, Baxevanis’s sophisticated approach to Greek cuisine has garnered numerous accolades, including a Michelin Star, and stellar reviews from critics on both sides of the Atlantic.
18 inviting elegant rooms and suites with mini bar, satellite television, DVD in Suites, Jacuzzi in Suites, deluxe bath amenities, bathrobes and slippers, safe deposit box, Coco-mat Beds.
Weddings, VIP Confidential meetings for up to 20 people
Rates are from 100€ – 330€ including breakfast
Open all year round.