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Based on 331 reviews
A lovey hotel in a beautiful island!
First of all, Folegandros is a beautiful island, a good dose of authenticity whilst still welcoming for tourists and picture-perfect. We loved our stay there! Anemi Hotel blends perfectly with the atmosphere on the island; luxurious but relaxed, sophisticated but low key. Boutique hotel with a lovely modern design. We choose a two-bedroom family suite with a private plunge pool and it offered us plenty of space and privacy. Large swimming pool (although I am still not convinced by the saltwater swimming pools), good restaurant and wine, plenty of space in the lounge chairs (it didn't feel crowded). I would definitely stay there again. So why not a 5 star rating? Mostly because the service was not always in line with the positioning and pricing - slightly moody and arrogant at the restaurant and somewhat imprecise / not efficient at the reception desk (repeated issues with booking times - for a private yoga class, a doctor appointment etc.).
Perfect spot for a relaxing vacation
After a few days in Santorini, we finally found paradise in Folegandros and Anemi. The island is a great option for those looking to stay away from the big crowds and enjoy crystal clear waters, hikes/walks around the island and some traditional villages (Chora the main town is lovely). There are also some great options for sailing, but as we were travelling with an infant we did not try it. From what we could tell Anemi is the best hotel on the island, perfectly located close to the port where you can find a very nice beach and some dining options. Rooms are nice and we had a lovely terrace facing the sea. We enjoyed the delicious breakfasts, the infinity pool and the yoga in the wineyard (although unfortunately it finished the season during our stay). The restaurant is very good, but prices are high and you even get charged for bread. We booked 10 days and unfortunately had to shorten the stay by 3 overall due to windy conditions limiting ferry options, followed by a strike. If traveling off season I would recommend to keep the reservation more flexible to allow for some unpredictability of the ferry schedule.
Design hotel, but with some not really design details
When you enter the lobby you immediately see an ugly cupboard with clothes you can buy and an even more ugly mannequin. This really pulls down the level of design. In the bathroom there is only a bath, no shower, so that the bathroom is always wet if you want to shower. An ugly curtain covers the cupboard in the room. Not really the design hotel we're used to. Service not impeccable either. You have to be lucky with the reception lady : most of the time she says "I don't know". Our last day there it was another lady at the reception, who took more initiative. Cleaning ladies forget quite a lot too and the driver to the port not too friendly either. Cuisine ok, but nothing special.
The perfect place
After being trapped on Milos due to the crazy Meltemis we arrived a day later than planned on Folengandros. Lucky for us, we were booked into the Anemi Hotel. From the moment they picked us up at the port to the last minute they made sure we made our next ferry - their care was...well...perfect. The grounds, the accommodations, the staff, the food, the wine - everything was equal to or greater than our expectations. Like the island itself, it was a high quality, high touch, low key respite from the crazy travels through Greece. We are especially grateful to the staff, who made us feel welcomed as friends more than guests. Our family will definitely go back and look forward to staying at the Anemi again. Cheers! 🙏🏻
Overrated & Overpriced
The Anemi Hotel is certainly a lovely hotel with very accommodating staff, clean rooms and all the amenities of a luxury hotel but despite this, it is out of place. The views from the infinity pool are a road and one of the least picturesque ports of greek islands we have visited (15). Chora, the main town, is a 10 minute bus ride The breakfast offerings are several and quite good. Lunch and dinner choices miss the mark - menu is almost too sophisficated for greek cuisine deviating from what makes greek food so good - simplicity. A deconstructed gyro is a sin. The hotel has all the raw ingredients for a luxury stay but doesn't command the prices given the location. A far better value are accommodations in Chora