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Reviewed 18 May 2019

The hotel is located 10 km south of Kalamata along the coastal strip. The beach being across the road.

Our room 101 was located at pool level, it was large as seen in the photo's, it has table & chairs, nice size shower , mini fridge, sink & small Hot plate.
Limited cooking equipment including a jug is available from reception. They need to add a tea towel in the room.

Please note there are no toiletries or tea coffee in the rooms, first hotel we have come across with no soaps shampoo's etc.

The staff are very friendly & obliging.

Breakfast is served in your room or beside the pool from the selection you make from,
Bread white or wholemeal, cake, cruskettes jam & honey
Boiled or fried eggs
Orange juice , tea & coffee
Cooks surprise, ours was cheese & spinach slice day 1 & cheese & local greens slice day 2, not our liking.

There are a few more hot items available which you pay for.

Room tip: Rooms on the first level facing the side of pool, not the one at the end of the pool.
Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank David H
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MANTINIA B, Υπεύθυνος Ρεσεψιόν at Mantinia Bay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 31 May 2019

Dear David H,

At first we would like to thank you for the detailed and generous review! The whole team received with a smile your kind words and George, the chef, promised next time you stay with us to get you with a different breakfast surprise!
As you mentioned, there are no coffee or tea in the room, however there are toiletries such as shampoo & shower gel (2 in 1) and cream soap in bottle.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back here, in Mikri Mantinia.

Kind regards,

Michalis Vassiliou
Front Office

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Reviewed 6 May 2019

This was our second stay in Mantinia Bay Hotel.
Last time our room was very comfortable, and now we got the same apartment again. We do not know by chance or deliberately. About the breakfast, I should have to write an ode. We ordered it in the evening before, and they bring it up to our room the next morning. Of course not just what we asked for, but also enough food to supply an army. When we said that it is too much, the answer was that we Greeks have that kind of breakfast. The problem is that many fresh, crunchy mouthwatering pastries are hard to counter, and after two days I was able to pull up my zipper on my trousers only with difficulties. That's all about breakfast. The Nautica Bay Cafe was not open yet, but instead of it, the young man at the reception recommended the opposite Touristiko. It was probably recently opened since we didn't remember to see it before.
Tripadvisor doesn't know about it yet, and when I requested a listing, I did not get an answer. Neither positive nor negative. It is an excellent place with good food and drinks, and a stunning sunset. That one comes free of charge. Ones we tried this restaurant, we didn't go anywhere else to have dinner.
We found the Mantinia Bay hotel a very suitable place to explore the southern part of Peloponnese from there. Since we still want to see a few more places in that area, most probably next year we’ll stay in this hotel again. "Don't go off the beaten path."

Date of stay: April 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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MANTINIA B, Υπεύθυνος Ρεσεψιόν at Mantinia Bay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2019

Dear stinkwink,

It is with pleasure to welcome back guest in Mikri Mantinia! It is our policy to allocate the repeater guests in the rooms they have previously stayed in, except if we have a note at the time of booking. As you mentioned, best things in life come for free, so does the sunset here in Mantinia Bay!!!

Please do not hesitate to contact us directly for your next stay!

Best regards,

Michalis Vassiliou
Front Office

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Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile

+ Small and family runned hotel located in a quiet, calm suburb to Kalamata. Personal and effective service.
+ Nice pool and stone beach right across the street.
+ Good breakfast and okej wi-fi.
- Plastic glasses by the beach. More enviromental and ecological friendly focus would be great.

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank JohanInSweden
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Reviewed 4 December 2017

I had not booked any hotel for 1 night and should travel from Costa Navarino to Athen. Since Kalamata was on the way I searched tripadvisor and found this small hotel. I would never have found it if it had not been for tripadvisor. It were so nice and cute. The owner checked us in and were so friendly. He told us about the olive oil he sold in the reception. It came from his own farm and of course we bought some. We have not tried it yet. Accross the street we found the best restaurant that were soo cosy and had great food. I can really recomend it.

Date of stay: November 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Ingridlundblad
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MANTINIA B, Υπεύθυνος Ρεσεψιόν at Mantinia Bay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 24 February 2018

Dear Ingridericson,

Thank you for staying with us and for mentioning the close relationship of the owners with the olive oil. It is a true story that the family who runs the hotel is involved for a very long time with growing, collecting and picking the olive oil, so they can answer to any type of questions guests may have about the most famous product of our land.

We hope you enjoy the taste of this oil variety and welcome you back next year to offer you a new tin!

Best regards,

Michalis Vassiliou
Front Office

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Reviewed 30 November 2017 via mobile

Mantinia Bay Hotel is located about 8km South of Kalamata (they indicate less that in their website but that must be as the crow flies) so it will only work for you if you have a car. We were there in November and so all the beach restaurants were closed. For a decent lunch/dinner one had to drive to the city. Nevertheless the hotel was just great. We got a large room with kitchenette located adjacent to the pretty pool. A decent breakfast (that one could select from a menu sheet) was brought directly to the room. The bathroom was large and there was a small terrace with garden view. The hotel maintains a small snack bar and a small shop with local food items in the lobby area. They have limited but free private parking on the side of the hotel, though I imagine it will be a bit difficult to get in and out if the lot is full. The staff barely spoke English but was very friendly. Given the size of the rooms and the direct access to the beach across the road, this place is ideal for families. The only downside were the vegetation fires that farmers burned in the vicinity and that made the breathing at night difficult as the smoke descended on the landscape and crept into the room. Otherwise highly recommended.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank ForeignObserver2
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MANTINIA B, Υπεύθυνος Ρεσεψιόν at Mantinia Bay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 28 February 2018

Dear ForeignObserver2,

We would like to thank you for the positive and detailed feedback. It is true that during winter time most of the tavernas are closed in the area, although from Thursday to Sunday guests may find at least one restaurant which is open across the hotel.
Speaking about the staff, please note that during low season less employees work, so we apologize for any incovenienced caused and your comment will be taken into account for future improvement.

It will be with pleasure to welcome you back in the summer here, in Mikri Mantinia.

Kind regards,

Michalis Vassiliou
Front Office

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