Kyrimai Hotel in Mani, Greece won the title of the ‘Most Romantic Historic Hotel’ at the Historic Hotels of Europe 2017 Awards ceremony that took place recently at the Aigialos Hotel in Santorini.
In its fifth year, the Historic Hotels of Europe Awards were voted for by the public and give recognition to those historic hotels in the membership across 18 countries.
The Historic Hotels of Europe awards were given in recognition of their contribution to the highest standards of cultural and historical hotel keeping and hospitality in Europe.
The Kyrimai Hotel is housed in a fully restored nineteenth century building complex, just off the southernmost tip of Mani in the Peloponnese. The hotel combines traditional architecture with modern comfort.
Set in stone, this quaint hotel is on the Tainaro Peninsula, a 7-minute walk from Gerolimenas village and 15 km from Porto Kagio. It features wood ceilings and elegant rooms with wonderful views.
Historic Hotels of Europe is a membership organisation representing unique places to stay in Europe- including castles, chateaus, palaces monasteries and convents- they have more than 500 members, spanning 18 countries.