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Great hospitality from the hotel personnel very clean and spacious rooms...literaly 2 minutes walk from the city centre...the peiple working in this hotel is extra polite willing to help you for everything..the hotel is located in a superb spot literaly 2 min from the city...More
Clean and comfortable room. Polite and willing service. Very good service, although we stayed in the "old" section it was a nice experience. The new building is a better choice I assume. Just an example, the TV control was difficult to operate, we thought it...More
We stay 5 day at Favie Suzanne mid Aug, Choose new department which is recently refurbished. Good location, walking distance from city center. Willing owners, ready to make our stay on the island more pleasure and easy.
Room are wonderful.
Only minus that i can...More
Excellent accomodation, cosy and friendly environment, super-accomodating stuff and best value for money. No need to check on alternate places to stay at this beautiful -yet windy during August-island.
I stayed a few days at the Favie Suzanne hotel on Tinos, taking part of an Aegean conference. Fave Suzanne is modern, simple, clean = nice. I like it because of its simple service and its cleanness. 50€/day. Recommended!
Would a ten kilo very quiet domesticated short haired non shedding dog be allowed over Easter in one of your executive room to be occupied by one couple? We spent a wonderful Easter with you 3 years ago and now we have this addition to the family. Thank you
18 February 2017|
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It all depends on the barking of the hairy friend. I think that as most hotels in Greece small pets are allowed considering that they cause no disturbance to the other people staying over. You should definitely call them and... More
It all depends on the barking of the hairy friend. I think that as most hotels in Greece small pets are allowed considering that they cause no disturbance to the other people staying over. You should definitely call them and ask them over this. Easter can be crowded for greek islands and especially at Tinos where the church is playing a leading role over the island.