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Reviewed July 7, 2015

We hadn't been back to the Mani and Maniatiko for ten years but it was even better than ever. This is the most wonderful part of the world for relaxing or exploring and Maniatiko is the perfect base. This really is idyllic

  • Stayed: June 2015, traveled with family
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Thank David S
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Reviewed June 9, 2015

Mani, a mystery place in Greece. It's the land of and olive groves, with sandy and rocky beaches. It's the place Greeks almost universally agree is one of the most beautiful in the country, untouched by the passing of time, yet offers a high standard of tourist accommodation. Maniatiko Vilagge is one of them. Great location for family vacations with modern facilities and high standard services. We had an awesome weekend although the weather was unstable. We will visit it again soon....

  • Stayed: June 2015, traveled with family
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Thank Petros T
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Reviewed May 3, 2015 via mobile

We had a wonderful stay in Maniatiko Village for the second time!!
The place is fantastic and I definitely reccomend it to anyone that wants to relax and get away from the city noise!!

It feels like you are owning the house actually, everything is provided and it is so quiet that makes you stay there forever!

The sea view was spectacular and the staff was very friendly and helpful! They are doing their best to maintain this large complex of buildings in a difficult period for Greece.

Definitely a must stay in Mani if you want quality in your life!!

Stayed: May 2015, traveled as a couple
Thank KOSTAS K
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Reviewed November 4, 2014

Let me start by saying some people may think that 3 stars is a mean score for Maniatiko Village, but I have considered this long and hard and my frustration leads me to give it just 3.

*Summary*

Could have been so good and it nearly is. However, the way the place has been built means it will never be perfect. The way the houses are equipped means that it is difficult for a self-catering holiday.

Sadly it misses its target audience's most basic needs.

*Intro*

We stayed here in the last week of the season, a couple plus one 10 year old child, in a 2 bedroom maisonette (i.e. the most expensive type of property in the village). We soon found out why Maniatiko Village room rates are cheap and why it is under occupied.

*The good*

Some things about Maniatiko Village are perfect and divine. If you do not want to cook, or make breakfast, and you can put up with a single bed, the place would be ideal; paradise in fact.

It is modern and spacious (except the kitchen area which is cramped). The decor is really good, marble floors, excellent bathrooms and it’s clean, well decorated, well furnished and in good order. It is also ideally located, about a mile up-the-hill from from Stoupa, with fantastic views to the mountains and Med.

The people that run it are really helpful and friendly.

So far all-perfect and would get 5 starts (apart from the single bed).

*The limitations*

So why give it only 3 starts.
Well most people rent a place like this because they want to make breakfast and occasionally cook. Here the property really fails. The fridge was broken and froze all our food, no matter what temperature it was set to. A complaint to reception led them to defrost the fridge, but this had no effect and we suffered frozen food all week. What it needs is a new fridge (say £150 tops??)…… and they must have known about this, we can’t have been the first to complain.

The two electric rings (there is no grill, no oven, no microwave) are suitable only for the most basic of cooking (I just about managed to make a pasta). We requested a toaster and the cheapest, slowest possible model did materialize and meant we could at least do toast in the mornings.

-There was no salad bowl, so we bought one.
- The cups were minuscule coffee cups, so we bought mugs to make tea.
- There was no draining rack to dry dishes so we bought one….

You get the picture, the place is hardly set up even for the most basic catering.

We knew in advance, but there are were single beds. My partner and I found this to be quite strange and annoying. Why equip both bedrooms with 2 single beds each?

The buildings are cheek-by-jowl so that our balcony was only a couple of metres from the balcony of the next house. In fact, the whole layout of the site and the building interior is mighty strange. There is ample ample empty land, its a huge area. However, the buildings are crammed together for no obvious reason. Inside the buildings, the kitchens are far too limited. They are also lacking in basics needed to do cooking and washing up.

It is a real pity, as this could have been a fabulous site.

The only facility on-site is a swimming pool. The bar / restaurant looks to be permanently closed and it didn’t open whilst we were there. This means a long treck for food, however fortunately we had a rental car.

Taken together, this means that you have to go out for food every lunch and dinner, which we ended up doing.

WiFi is painfully slow.

Could have been so good, but sadly misses its target audience's most basic needs.

Room Tip: check which property you are renting. One of the houses is well away from the main cluster, this may be an advantage.
  • Stayed: October 2014, traveled with family
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2  Thank G B
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Reviewed October 19, 2014

They advertise that they have sea views - more like sea glimpses.
The interiors are space, boring and dull. Totally lacking in character.
Customer service is inflexible and uncooperative. We booked Maniatiko Village and then tried to cancel it within 2 days notice. They took our money and said we could come back at a later date. When we finally had an opportunity they said they didn't have a room that matched our requirements so they charged us extra for "sea views". We turned up to find that this is a hard to get to area with limited sea views. It is in fact extremely overpriced for what you get, compared to the rest of Stoupa and it is very isolated. It was so depressing we didn't stay the night. Instead we found another place as we decided this place would have ruined our holiday and there is more to life than money.

Room Tip: Don't stay here!
  • Stayed: August 2014, traveled as a couple
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