Perfect for families, incredibly polite honers and very clean rooms. It like a small village and that makes it great for children as well. They can play safely around. We had a wonderful time and we will definitely come again the sooner possible!
I spent four days at Adamantia hotel at the end of July/early August and loved it! It is a wonderful independent luxury hotel that is set inside a series of cute traditional Ionian stone houses that date back to the 17th century. I had my own little garden surrounded by olive groves where I could eat spanakopita and listen to the birds in the mornings. Every element of the decor was done with love, and the staff were incredibly friendly and lovely. I definitely recommend it. Thalia, the lady on reception was very kind and accommodating. I also appreciate how thoughtful the hotel was in making sure everything was safe and clean while travelling during the pandemic. Efharisto poli !!
Bad experience overall... mattresses quite bad quality, many mosquitos, poor service...even the recommendation tney gave us were bad...last day we asked for a late check out (low season) and they denied... not recommended at all!
Due to unforseen circumstances we had to move out of the villa we originally booked and move to a new accommodation.The main reason we chose to stay in the premises was initially because of Thaleia’s (owner) politeness.When we got there,everything was hassle free.The apartments are exactly what you see in the photos and the description was extremely accurate..Cleanliness (major factor for us),everything in working order,quiet,traditional,fantastic location,friendly professional people working, ready to help you with any enquiry you might have.Couldnt have done enough for us!Thank you Thaleia..you have done an amazing job and after the drama we experienced you left us with the best impression!See you next year!🏖👏🙏❤️
This was the worst place we have ever stayed and I am writing this as a warning for others as I usually do not write reviews . We stayed at Adamant for 12 nights in July and travelled from Australia paying a premium price of nearly $3000 for the privilege . Although the place was peaceful , the staff had no idea about anything to do with either the hotel or the area . The TV was broken ( only mentioned this as we were wanting to watch something in particular while there ) , the bed was hard as a rock and ancient , the air-conditioning was rigged to stop anytime a door or window was opened , the furniture was literally broken , the kitchenette had no utensils for cooking , the stove tripped the circuit when used with the aircon ,staff had no idea how to open the safe, the list goes on .The wifi was useless Communication and care was non existent. Worst of all the water out of the tap was salty so we had to carry water 2kms up a steep hill in order to have drinking water . This was not normal over the island just particular to this place as the owner wanted to save money The owner tried to scrimp everywhere thus providing something significantly less than advertised .Even the staff felt ashamed at the miserliness of the owner . Had this been a third of the price and advertised as a c grade hotel I would have thought it fitting but the price , the website and all the advertising was totally misleading . When we complained both to them and through our agent , the owner refused to communicate and was completely unprofessional .Had we had some recompense when we asked I would have at least given them more credit . All they wanted was the money . There is so much great choice in wonderful Paxos ,save yourself the pain and stay somewhere else…