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Reviewed 20 September 2008

The hotel itself was lovely, the staff were really friendly, the breakfast was delicious, there is a tennis court - which doesn't seem to be mentioned in any of the literature, and was a bonus - and the pool was nice. However, none of what we read before we stayed there, regarding the local area, seemed to be true. It's a fairly decent walk to the closest calm (non-windy) beach, supermarket and bars and restaurants - everything seems to suggest Agios Prokopios is about 800m away, which it definitely isn't - it's downhill and it takes about 20 minutes quick walk.

Naxos town, which we knew was slightly further away, was actually too far to walk (and we're not unfit or afraid of walking ) especially if you have been out at night - the walk is up a dark hill, no street lights, fast occasional cars and it's not too nice. we thought the bus from naxos stopped close to the hotel - it doesnt - this again is about a twenty minute walk up the dark road. this is all fine if you want a hotel with nothing nearby, but we wanted to explore the island a little, which was difficult to do from that hotel - we ended up renting bikes or quads nearly every day.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 25 June 2008

This hotel is quiet, some rooms have a wonderful view over the town & port but this place is not in the town. Rooms are split in 2 a bedroom & small living with cooking facilities. Breakfast is included. It is about 20 mins easy walk to the most beautiful beach where one can rent 2 lounge chairs & shade for 7 euro daily. Parking is easy so we were happy to be out of Chora town & the local village & loads of restaurants are about 25 mins easy walk.

Thank kiwigirl50
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Reviewed 21 September 2007

Naxos seems to be the budget option when it comes to the Greek Islands and as such we couldn't find a true high end hotel. We opted to the Naxos beach 2 because we wanted a beach close to us and they share a beach with a couple of other hotels in the area. The hotel sits on a bluff above a cove or bay. The view is nice and the hotel is adequate. We mostly toured the island in a rented car, visiting other beachs as the beach near the hotel is rocky and being on the windward side of the island, windy.

The staff at the hotel was very pleasant and helpful and the room was ok. I would rate it 3 stars at best. The little shower cabin was barely adequate and the grounds of the hotel, at least on the ocean side where our room was, looked more like a poorly maintained campground that a hotel grounds. Over the fence, it was obvious that they and others simply deposited trash and junk there rather than properly disposing of it.

It is a bit of a jaunt to Xora (or the center) from the hotel, about a 7 euro cab ride, 15 mins or so. There is not much within walking distance.

We would probably go back to this hotel, but only if we were looking for a bargain option, which this was at about 125 euro per night.

  • Stayed: September 2007, travelled as a couple
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Thank JeffMoscow
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Reviewed 10 July 2007

Naxos Beach 2 can definately be recommended for travelers with children.

First we were shown to a room that was definately not suiteable for a family of 4, but there was luckely no problem in changing room, which also gives this hotel an extra point.
The service is excellent and the staff always smiling and helpfull.

The nearby beach (Stelida) is truly a beach for children, but not the Agios Prokopios as it's gets very deep very fast.

My best recommandations from a family from Denmark.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled with family
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Thank Stenhoej
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Reviewed 28 October 2006

We stayed in the Naxos Beach II for our first trip to Greece together. From the moment we arrived at this little hamlet tucked away on the side of a rocky hill facing the ocean, we knew this hotel was special. It resembled a little village with each guest room its own rock-carved building, with big green doors and giant, ancient-looking keys.

Inside, the room was cozy with the rock-carved look, mosquito netting, and flowing curtains leading outside to our private balcony which had a spectacular view of Naxos Town, the water and the Portara. The layout of the hotel made you feel as is you were the only guests. Breakfast each morning was plentiful and delicious and the staff was extremely helpful.

The people and accommodations of this hotel were wonderful, and we will definitely come again.

  • Stayed: September 2006, travelled as a couple
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