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Tinos, Greece

Pnoes Tinos

What’s the hotel in a nutshell?

Pnoēs Tinos is a luxury destination hotel located on the southern tip of Tinos, one of the Aegean Islands of Greece. The hotel features only three private villas that have been designed by Aristides Dallas, one of Greece’s most famous architects, based on the natural elements of earth, wind and water. Pnoēs Tinos offers guests the opportunity to not only relax and indulge but also actively create their own experiences. With a focus on sustainability, everything from the breakfast baskets to the architectural materials and décor is locally sourced, and the hotel has implemented a recycling system and wastewater reuse program.

What are the villas like?

Each villa at Pnoēs Tinos features 73 square meters of indoor space and 67 square meters of outdoor space, as well as approximately 100 square meters of private gardens. The villas have two double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, a living area with a kitchenette and a fireplace, and a sitting and dining area under a pergola outside. The villas are made with locally quarried stone and have lime-washed surfaces typical of Cycladic architecture. The interiors feature bespoke furnishings designed exclusively for Pnoēs Tinos, including 3D-printed sculptures and artworks by local artists such as Alexandra Papadimouli, founder of the brand The Round Button. The bathrooms are inspired by the style of the hammam and feature zero-waste bath amenity gift boxes produced in collaboration with local brand Ena Karo.

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What else?

At Pnoēs Tinos, guests can immerse themselves in the island’s culture and cuisine. The hotel prepares and delivers complimentary baskets of fresh local organic products for breakfast and also offers workshops to educate visitors about the island’s cuisine. Additionally, visits to nearby farms, including Tinos Farm to Table, can be arranged for a deeper dive into local food production. Each villa at Pnoēs Tinos has a private garden that grows Mediterranean fruits and vegetables, providing guests with the opportunity to harvest their own produce during the summer months. The hotel’s private pool is aligned with the horizon of the Aegean Sea, creating a serene atmosphere for relaxation. The gardens and landscaping features are designed to enhance biodiversity and regenerate the soil, showcasing the hotel’s commitment to sustainability. To further reduce its environmental impact, Pnoēs Tinos encourages guests to rent electric vehicles and provides electric charging stations on the property.

What’s the region like?

The Aegean Islands, a group of over 200 islands scattered throughout the Aegean Sea, are steeped in a rich and diverse history that dates back to the Bronze Age. This stunning archipelago boasts breathtaking landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and a unique cultural heritage that the influence of the ancient Greeks, the Byzantines, the Venetians and the Ottomans has shaped. Must-visits include the iconic whitewashed buildings of Santorini, the stunning beaches of Mykonos, the medieval Old Town and ancient ruins of Rhodes and the Venetian architecture and pristine beaches of Corfu.

 

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Pnoēs Tinos
Lagkades
Tinos
Greece

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Photography courtesy of Pnoēs Tinos and Design Hotels

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Pnoēs Tinos
Lagkades
Tinos
Greece

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Photography courtesy of Pnoēs Tinos and Design Hotels

Urban

Rural

Trendy

Classic

Happening

Serene

Affordable

Lavish

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