Mandraki Village


  • Three tempting restaurants, including top-rated Elia's
  • Out-and-out gorgeous, some designers would say
  • High sophistication factor
  • In-house spa and beauty treatments


  • Leaving

Published 07/23/2015

Fodor's Review

Lovingly renovated by well known architect Dimitris Tsitsos in 2007 and transformed into a top-class boutique hotel, Mandraki Village offers a gratifyingly familial holiday ambience in a setting of easy luxury and designer charm. Accommodations are separated into eight buildings (the "village") themed by warm, bright, and summery shades—think delicate amber yellow, eggshell blue, and carnation pink—surrounded by an expansive garden of lemon trees and Mediterranean flowers. The lobby alone is like a valium, with gorgeous furniture, pale-on-pale shades, and pillows done in couture fabrics. Family-friendly, the hotel has a children's playground and pool. In true boutique hotel tradition, Mandraki also hosts exhibitions by local artists—along with purchasing its own label water, famously soft pillows, and beach towels, you can take home some Greek art.

Hotel Information


Koukounaries, Troullos, Skiathos, Greece

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242-7049301; 242-7049302

Hotel Details:

  • 38 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 07/23/2015


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