I will have to agree with other reviews: the absence of an owner or someone who really cares about the hotel is evident. Even if it is just a uneasy feeling, with no actual impact on your stay. There was only a receptionist who stayed there all day untill 10pm (after that the reception and the lounge closed) and a cleaner, an economic migrant who did not speak greek -or english evidently- and did not persuade me of her flawless cleaning. The room seemed clean but you can make a room seem clean without actually cleaning it properly, if you know what I mean. At the kitchenette there was nothing provided, not even some detergent to do the dishes. The cleaning lady did them, and I am not sure how...
I was very disappointed with the pillows (they needed replacing) and I think there was no liner under the sheets to protect the matress from every guest's sweat -or worse.
The outer part of the aircondition made a terrible noise! No adjacent room could sleep with window open, I believe! (I was in room 4) I wish there was a fan instead.
There are three levels. Our room was at the lowest. You could still see the sea but the magnificent view was massively blocked by another hotel ("Kekryfalia", maybe you would rather choose this one!)
Another thing that bothered me was that there was an open hole high on the bathroom wall giving into ...the hotel's corridor. I must say I was very surprised to see this. There was an opening, constructed on purpose, completely open, no grid, no nothing, and anybody passing by could hear everything from your bathroom!
Finally, I found the room overpriced. Sixty euros, even high season, I would not give again for this hotel. Up to 30-40 would be ok for me.
I had a coffee at the lounge and they did not charge me.
There were a lot of baby guests and families. Not at all easy to carry the pushchair in the room, lots of stairs, so I left it at the reception -no problem.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideal for those who prefer to stay at a quiet location in the beautiful area of Skliri on Agistri. Hotel Dionysos features 22 double rooms and 1 suite. All rooms except the economy rooms have sea view balconies. The superior rooms located more towards the right side of the building have the best sea views. Skliri is a peaceful green area full of pine trees. The hotel, built in 2001, offers direct access to the crystal clear sea from the swimming platform right in front of the hotel. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lounge. The village of Skala with its many bars and restaurants is just 350 metres away. Guests of Hotel Dionysos can also make use of the facilities of our Hotel & Restaurant Aktaion which is located right at the Skala Sandy beach. All the rooms are tastefully decorated; they include a kitchenette with refrigerator, air conditioning and television. Their furnished balconies have a view towards the island of Aegina. Watch the sun rise from your balcony! Fall asleep with the sound of the waves. Snorkel in the clear blue sea in front of the hotel. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available at the Hook Beach club which is located next to the hotel. Free public parking is available on site. Continental breakfast is served at the lounge and bar area of the hotel. Snacks and drinks are available. Hotel Dionysos can also be booked with full board (breakfast + either lunch or dinner): meals will be served at Restaurant Aktaion overlooks Skala beach. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dionysos Hotel Agistri
- Dionysos Hotel Greece/Angistri