"As places to stay, however, the pavilions are superb. Mine, in the least expensive category, was as pleasing and perfectly configured as any hotel room I’ve slept in. It’s cool, calm, contemporary interior had a floor of polished veiny grey marble, a lofty oak ceiling and sufficient furniture, upholstered in greige yet somehow sumptuous Jim Thompson textiles. It was beautifully lit with wooden louvres and sliding screens across its wall of glass, and panels of translucent marble in the doors to filter the sunlight. At 100 sqm the wraparound terrace was as big as the room itself, its view a sublime panorama of ultramarine Aegean, the islands of Spetses and Spetsopoula and the myth-rich mountains of Arkhadia beyond."
"Amanzoe felt like a proper sanctuary. There’s a well-stocked library: a little amphitheatre for live performances: a couple of very good unpretentious restaurants and an outstanding spa, where every treatment room ahs its own steam room, bathroom and because this is an all-year resort, fireplace."
"It’s a restorative, responsible place, and being there made me long to see it in winter in the snow and again in springtime, when the countryside is full of flowers and the landscaping has matured. In Greece at least, there is nowhere like it, nor likely to be for some time."Financial Times, UKon Amanzoe, September 2012