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We have been to lots of Greek Islands and hotels, but this was by far the best.
Room accomodation was good, the public area's were spotlessly clean and 3 pools, plus a kiddies pool.
We went half board and the restaurant food was truly excellent. plent of choice, local wine was'nt bad either.
All of the staff went out of their way to make our holiday memorable and we had a great night at the karioke.
The Island is spectaular and well worth either going on one of the trips or hiring a car for the day.
Overall and really great holiday, weather was 25/28 all week, shame we had to come home to the rain.
Will return again next May or June.
A very nice hotel with pleasant staff. The room was very clean and bed was changed daily. The bed was a bit hard for me. Views were fantastic looking out over the pools to the sea. The only problem which we found was the amount of steps to climb to get to our room (101) and we were not at the top, so be ready for a climb. Pool areas are very well laid out with plenty of sun beds. Snack bar served very nice food and priced well. We tried the restaurant once during our stay and was ok. Better places to eat in town ( El Greco ).
The hotel is excellent value for your money. We went to Skala the week the resort opened and it was a bargain. The hotel is set about a mile from the main village on a hillside so if you have problems with walking think again. The hotel is a couple of hundred yards from rocky beach but you can still swim here. The staff were very efficient. The hotel was cleaned every day by an army of ladies. We were booked b and b and the breakfast was freshly cooked. We tried an evening meal and the food was excellent. There are two pools. The hotel provides a free bus into Skala but you have to book to guarantee a place. Skala is a quiet village that closes for winter and wakes up in May. There are plenty of places to eat and they fight for your custom early in the season. Skala is not a place for young people seeking all night clubs although we found an excellent cocktail bar. Skala is a place to chill out and enjoy the sun. The locals are very welcoming. The beach nearer the village is sandy and futher along near the rocks you can go skinny dipping. There is an ancient Roman mosaic floor preserved in Skala. If you have the energy walk in the hills around the village, you will find tavernas to slake your thirst. We go with Thomson holidays on a regular basis and being retired we can travel outside school holidays and get really good value. As a p.s. we can recommend Victors bistro right on the beach. He does excellent fresh sardines. Beware of taxis they can be expensive.
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