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Amazing infrastructure and service, exceeds minimum class standards by far.
The owner is always present, very friendly and ready to attend to the slightest detail.
Everything is clean and tidy.
Breakfast was excellent too.
I would happily visit again and I certainly recommend this hotel...More
My favourite hotel on my favourite Greek island.
It's the place I dream of on cold winter nights.
A lovely family run hotel. I had to take my friends so they could understand what the fuss was - they do now!
Maria and her family...More
We stayed here in September 2017 on our second trip to Folegandros. Looking back I don't think there was a single thing that we weren't happy about at Polikandia. The staff were lovely, always there if you needed anything but at the same time we...More
This was our third visit to this excellent hotel oo the edge of the Chora. The rooms retain their excellent level of cleanliness and design and the bougonvillea draped apartment walls that surround the pool area add to the charm of this hotel.
Policandia Hotel is a small luxury hotel placed in a perfect position in the Chora- main village of Folegandros with an ideal view of the church of Panagia which is the trademark of Folegandros. The service is very kind and discrete. The breakfast contains local...More
Response from Marinos P | Reviewed this property |
You don't really need a car on Folegandros, since it isn't an island that you can drive all around. The bus is very convenient.
Send an e-mail to Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she can help you with that.
Taniai - we flew into Athens and then took a ferry to Santorini. After enjoying a few days there, we took a ferry from Santorini to Folegandros. There are direct ferries from Folegandros to Athens, but we tried to buy them... More
Taniai - we flew into Athens and then took a ferry to Santorini. After enjoying a few days there, we took a ferry from Santorini to Folegandros. There are direct ferries from Folegandros to Athens, but we tried to buy them within 24 hours and all the seats were sold out, so on the way back to Athens we had to stop over in Santorini again for a few hours. There's information online about buying ferry tickets, but we just bought them in town at a travel agent as we needed them - there were no additional fees.
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"Request a pool facing room if possible, rooms to the back of the hotel don't have that great a view."