Despite all the pictures of this hotel, including the ones of the pool there is NO POOL! The best I can say is the rooms are clean. Breakfast is minimal to put it mildly! It lends a whole new meaning to continental breakfast! Warm orange juice, 2 pieces of bread, yoghurt, boiked egg and a banana. If you're lucky they put on a breakfast bar as well! Music playing only for the amusement of the host. Raised voices at night time from the host and his wife. I suggest ear plugs! Down a bumpy track my taxi didn't want to go down. I have cut short my visit and moved to another hotel.
This is the second time that i stayed in that hotel and it will be a third one! A lovely hotel with clean rooms and friendly staff. Santorini was crowded. The sea was lovely and the Sun perfect as always!
There is no pool no matter how many pictures you see of it. We had three rooms before we got one that was reasonable. Hotel manager extremely rude and unhelpful. The rooms are basic which is fine but the first two rooms had nothing that worked properly (TV, fridge, air conditioning and even toilet in one of them). Only positive comment I can give is that it was clean and close to the beach
Ok - first impression wasn't great. The dirt track that the taxi driver won't attempt to go up to drop you; spartan facilities (not much storage or hangers); basic amenities like a fridge/air-con and warm showers (evening only, presumably solar-heated?) - and nowhere to hang your beach stuff to dry without making the communal areas look messy....but it was clean - in fact, spotless every day. Breakfast was minimal, and could have benefitted from some fruit - seeing as most of the clientel were adults...thus not very interested in chocolate cereal. The yoghurt was LOVELY though! Bottom line is that Santorini is expensive wherever you stay. These tourist-orinted businesses have to make as much as possible in the limited season for the remainder of the year - thus this 'budget experience' took a bit of getting used to, but we had a few crazy nights drinking and swapping stories with Marios (for whatever reason he 'liked' us - although not everyone was that lucky)! This seemed to make all the difference, after all - a room is just for sleeping in really, and I can honestly say we made a new friend, who helped make our holiday more enjoyable!…
Arrived for a short weekend (wedding) and approached the hotel via a littered and filthy alley. Approached the hotel and decided to have a look around the outside first, very tired looking and in places very dirty. The outside furniture was dirty and needed replacing. The resort is also very basic and looks unkempt. After 10 minutes I had seen enough and decided not to check in - life is too short to put up with this standard of hotel or resort so I caught a ferry to Kamari and booked into a hotel there.