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Reviewed 15 June 2014

Love this hotel, just returned from our second visit and was not disappointed. The whole hotel is extremely clean & well looked after, whilst there we had a storm bringing in red sand which covered everything, the staff spent hours hosing down walk ways & then mopping them whilst the pool was cleared of any debris and leaves leaving the place looking as though nothing had happened. Bedding & towels changed almost daily, rooms kept spotless. Breakfast is great, eat what you like although those looking for full English will be disappointed as it isn't available, however, give yourself a treat, try the Greek yoghurt & honey .... gorgeous.
All the staff are helpful & very friendly, Yiannis makes wicked cocktails and always aims to please.
2 minutes from the beach, surrounded by lovely bars & restaurants and within walking distance of Kos town .... what more could you want?

Room tip: Room 321 has great view over the pool but last time stayed in 220 & that looked over the garden ... you can't really go wrong no matter where you are
Date of stay: June 2014
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2  Thank madm0mma
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Reviewed 13 December 2013

good size room good outlook . very clean good housekeeping. furniture & shower room a bit tired ..outside spaces & reception very well looked after . breakfast was ok but could do better without to much extra cost.location good nice walk into kos town or if your lazy catch a bus or cab

Date of stay: September 2013
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5  Thank Joe B
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

My wife and I, stayed at this hotel for the first 10 days of October 2013. Our first impressions were of a very nice, quiet, peaceful, relaxing hotel, and kept very clean. The room/apartment we had was nice & clean on the ground floor, not particularly modern, but nice,looking out onto allotment type land with a slight sea view. (Your best off getting the pool side views). I would class this hotel as a 3* in England.

We had B&B board, and the room catered for self-catering purposes, if you wanted to cook. It had a fridge, 2 hot plates, saucepans, toaster etc. We ate breakfast here every morning, which was more than adequate, but was the same everyday, such as cereal, toast, boiled eggs, tinned fruit cocktail, yogurt, ham & cheese, cake, coffee, tea & orange cordial. But was all very nice.

The staff were very friendly, the complex was almost spotless, the poolside was beautiful & relaxing. The only downsides were, that we were about the only English people there as they seem to cater mainly for the Dutch & German, and they do not have any entertainment of any sorts. So unless you like reading, going on your pc, watching tv, or playing on the piano in the lobby, it could be quite boring for couples who like a little bit of entertainment. Also there is no English speaking tv. And if I were to be a bit picky, because the fridge was quite old, it was very noisy every time it came on during the night, it could keep you awake. There was also a strange smell in the bathroom which we could not account for.

The beach was just around the corner from the hotel, approx. 300-400 metres, but not to our liking. We found most of the beaches around this area to be unsuitable for our liking as they looked dirty, but I don't think they really were, with the grey pebbles and washed up leafs and well used sunbeds, put us off a bit. (Sunbeds & parasol were approx. 6 euro's each per day). Most of the beaches were like this, and were really too small. To find a nice sandy beach you would have to travel a few miles & explore further, but we like a beach near the hotel. But unfortunately on this occasion, we preferred to stay around the pool.

Kos is a really beautiful island as are most of the Greek islands. Kos town centre was about 1 to 1-1/2 miles from the hotel, which was a good 15-20 minute walk, which is fine for those who love to walk along a fine, scenic seafront, with views of Bodrum, Turkey all the way along the seafront. Approximately 15-20 miles away and 50 minutes on the Ferry from Kos harbour, which is next to the town, its a great day out with lots of boat trips a day for 15 euro's & 5 euro's harbour tax. Over the road from the hotel is a small super market, with another 2 or 3 on the seafront, within a 5 minute walk.

One thing to be aware of is the bike riding. There are bike hire shops everywhere in Kos. They have cycle lanes, which are fine, but when you are strolling, you tend to wander in the bike lanes. And there are literally hundreds of people riding bikes. A lot of the time the paths and bike lanes combine, and you are forever having to move out of the way of the bikers ringing their bells. They seem to have the right of way all the time.

Eating out was a pleasure, but with so many restaurants to choose from, you just have to take your pick. I must say from about 7 different restaurants we ate out at, the food was fantastic. We did not have one bad meal, and each restaurant was almost as good as the other, and all the staff are just as friendly, But we did tend to go back to one more than the other, and that was 'The Jasmine', right in the seafront, overlooking the harbour. A lovely meal, with scenic views, at very reasonable prices. Most restaurants in October, you can get a lovely meal for 2, with drinks for under 25euro's. But the choice of restaurants is a nightmare, as there are so many.

One thing that does get annoying when walking around the harbour, are the people that keep bothering you to eat in their restaurant. Obviously, at the end of the season it must be worse, with less & less tourists left, they are all competing for the last few days of business, and so as you have just made one excuse not to eat in their establishment, the next person tries, and so on all away along. The easiest way out was to say politely, we have just eaten. Then we would walk back on the other side of the road at the harbour, then you would get all the touts pestering you to book boat trips, all the way along. Again, in the end we found the best thing to say was that "we had already been on a trip, or we have one booked already", which seemed to do the trick. You wouldn't think it would bother you, but after a few days, it starts to spoil your walk around the harbour, which is beautiful.

One thing we found was the lack of entertainment in Kos. I suppose/think in the peak months of summer, there are a couple of nightclubs that cater for the younger. Hopefully for the slightly older who enjoy entertainment with a drink, there must be bars and other places that put on some sort of entertainment. But whilst we were there in October, the only entertainment we came across was background Greek music in some restaurants.

Overall, if you go to Kos at the end of September, beginning of October, you can expect the above. Its a beautiful island with friendly people, very hot and very quiet, and very relaxing. In saying that, our first 4 days we had a very strong cold wind, which is quite rare for that time of year. But after that, it was in the high 70's, low 80's.

Room tip: A hotel room or apartment facing the pool. But you may prefer limited sea views. If you get hotel room facing the pool, you will get the sun on your balcony all day from morning until night.
Date of stay: October 2013
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3  Thank robboSussex
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Reviewed 20 September 2013

Very good location. close to the beach. 15 min walk from the center. close to a supermarket and a bike rental. sutisfactory. do nit firget to bring towels, soap, shampoo etc.
it is possible to cook in the room, dishes and pots are in availble.

Date of stay: September 2013
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3  Thank Ronit070370
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Reviewed 8 September 2013

Date of stay: September 2013
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