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Poseidonion Grand Hotel

Dapia, Spetses 180 50, Greece
| +30 2298 074553
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Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
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Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel   Greece

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Sun - Sat 12am - 11:30pm

Poseidonion Grand Hotel

The 105-year-old Poseidonion Grand Hotel is to Spetses—a car-free island popular with elite visitors—what The Plaza is to New York: a much beloved landmark. Originally owned by the local hero who saved the island’s pines from deforestation, the Belle Époque building fell into disrepair until a shipping magnate and his family restored it to its former glory: Not long after the property reopened in 2009, it hosted a wedding party for Prince Nikolaos of Greece. Modern conveniences like flatscreen TVs, a pillow menu, and marble baths join original architectural elements like wrought-iron balconies. The hotel maintains its own organic farm, which supplies much of the produce and eggs you’ll see on your plate, and where you can indulge in an open-air cooking class or communal meal. What it doesn't grow, it carefully sources from other local farmers and serves in four on-site restaurants. You can often find the owners welcoming guests as if they were arriving at the family home, then pointing them toward one-of-a-kind experiences like natural olive oil soap–making classes and beekeeping workshops, as well as cycling, hiking, and fishing.