Need To Know
44, including 12 suites.
12 noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm, but flexible subject to availability.
Double rooms from £160.20 (€180), including tax at 13 per cent.
Rates generally include à la carte breakfast, local taxes and return transfers from the port or heliport. Children Under-12s stay in cots or extra beds in their parents’ rooms free; older kids stay for €70 a night.
The hotel – and rocky Folegandros itself – isn’t particularly brilliant for pushchairs (or wheelchairs), but Anemi’s public areas are all technically accessible on wheels.
25 September to 20 May.
At the hotel
Pool, restaurant, tennis court (also used for games of football and basketball), gym, kids' cinema, DVD library, free WiFi in common areas.
In your room
Flatscreen TV, DVD player, free wired internet, minibra and air-conditioning. Some suites have a Nespresso coffee machine.
Our favourite rooms
The split-level Family Pool Suites are huge (sleeping six), with separate living spaces – each also has its own small private pool, iPod dock and Nespresso machine. Premier Standard rooms have a great amount of outdoor space and can take an extra bed, but be aware that some parts of the balcony have low walls. All rooms have a kitchenette area, with a small electric cooker, sink and ample worktop space, so you can feel like you’re living in your very own Greek villa. Some first-floor rooms are a bit tricky to access with a pram, but if the hotel’s quiet you may be able to leave it downstairs.
The children’s pool is the most family-friendly place to splash; it's manned by lifeguards, and armbands and inflatables are available on request. If the little ones are in the kids club, you can lay out your lounger by the hotel’s more grown-up clifftop infinity pool (children aged 10 and over can swim here too) to take in the stunning Aegean views.
Book babysitting at least a day in advance.
Pets are welcome by arrangement, and will be greeted with a basket and food bowl.