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ABOUT THIS HOTEL

‘The gift of the Gods”… The Ippokampos Hotel is situated in a very quiet location at about 150 meters far from the sea and just a few minutes away from the centre of Skala where you can find many taverns and shops. The harbor is about half a kilometer away from the hotel while the Apocalypse cave is about two kilometers away.

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HOTEL ACCOMMODATION &
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HOTEL FACILITIES

Luggage storage room

Wi-Fi Access

Free Parking

Individually controlled air-condition

Tv with satelite channels

Shower

Bath amenities

Free-wifi

Mini bar

Work space

Refrigerator

Private balcony ( at specific room types)

ROOMS & SUITES

When hospitality meets tradition...

UNIQUE LOCATION &ARCHITECTURE

Patmos – the island of Apocalypse or Jerusalem of the Aegean – as it is called internationally is a unique destination combining mysticism and devotion with the cosmopolitan character that every mansion offers, inviting you to a journey of endless and varied experiences.

The island where St. John the Theologian wrote the holy book of the Apocalypse and Saint Christodoulos founded the Holy Monastery of St. John the Theologian is one of the most important religious destinations in the world, without missing the inexhaustible natural beauty, the rich cultural and cultural tradition, picturesque settlements and bays, but also the plethora of tourist activities that invite you on a journey of Apocalypse.

The traditional white color, the mansions and the alleys of Chora (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the three windmills of the island, the nightlife at the picturesque harbor of Skala and the cosmopolitan Chora, the paths and routes that visitors can follow , the idyllic scenery, the beautiful beaches and the nearby islets all harmoniously combined make up an ideal tourist destination that will satisfy even the most demanding visitor

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