This ambitiously up-to-date and stylish resort-hotel strives for the best in decor and service—little wonder that Greece's late prime minister, Andreas Papandreou, stayed here during his last visit to Tinos. Modular Cycladic architecture lends privacy; the lobby, where an art exhibition is usually on display, has a wooden ceiling, marble floors, and Tinian furnishings, both modern and antique. Guest rooms are simple, white, and private, with basic wood furniture. There
are extensive spa facilities, for ultimate relaxation. The price includes breakfast as well as transfers. This is an out-of-town resort; you need transportation to go anywhere.
Ayios Ioannis, Tinos, Greece