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A small Greek hotel: simple, friendly and clean.
Billy and Costos went out of their way to help in any way. Out of the main hustle and bustle, meaning it was blissfully quiet - a rarity in Kos Town.
The hotel was clean and owners were friendly. Breakfast was limited and the same every day. Room was clean and serviced regularly. The no children policy was welcome. Being end of season meant that much of Kos was already shut or in process of wrapping up. Thomson staff were on hand and helpful. Outward flight was fine for leg room however return flight was awful!! It was an A321 and the leg room for a passenger of 6'6" was pitiful and painful!!! Many other passengers also complained. Will be careful not to travel under these conditions again! A bad and disappointing end to an otherwise nice holiday. Thomson - learn from this .....
Went to Kos for eleven days,nice hotel,small and friendly,nice people who own the hotel.Met the rep at the greeting and decided to book a couple of trips.The first trip to Kefolos was fine. The second trip to Paradise beach was a nightmare. When we arrived at the beach, the driver dropped us off and said be back here at four o'clock then drove off.When we went to find the beach,we realised we had a very steep hill to negotiate to get to the beach. The trouble was I was on CRUTCHES which the rep was aware of, with a damaged cartlidge. Nobody said anyting about needing to be a Mountain Goat to get to the beach,which totally ruined our day out. When we returned to our hotel, I went straight to see the rep to complain.She said the driver should have driven us all down to a car park on arrival at the beach. (There was plenty of room for the driver to get to the car park)
No problem with flight, Transfer to hotel ok , First impression of hotel ok , reception from owners some how end of season feeling, corridor to room dismal, room 105 clean but dated,fridge ice box door off so ice build up meant you could not have ice, bathroom door unable to close quietly and open far enough to walk in without loud squeaks paper bin lid broken, no toilet brush, no ventilation, rear view balcony so small. Continental breakfast poor, toast,cornflakes, diluted orange juice, cheese ,ham, jam. All in all done on the cheap.thankful for the good tavernas. PS they even charge one euro for the mattress for the sun bed, how petty is that.
The old adage you get what you pay for is exactly right as far as the Hotel Bahamas is concerned. The hotel is small and well positioned in the town. The rooms are basic but very clean. Sheets are changed just once in two weeks and the towels changed three times in total of 14 days stay. The bar is well stocked great if you drink we dont. Two TVs but if you are not interested in football oh well. We stayed on Bed and Breakfast basis, we were supposed to have continental breakfast but I have never been anywhere on the continent where I have been given such a miserly selection. It consisted of exactly the same Orange squash,
tea or coffee, cornflakes, white sliced bread, butter, marmalade, thinly sliced ham or cheese,
slab cake and water melon. That was every day for 14 days. Boring to say the least, they have most obviously never had German guests to stay because they most definitely would never put up with such poor quality food. I would have forgiven them if they had a least given us good quality bread. After two days I was forced to visit the supermarket to buy some different fruit and yoghurt. If you just want to lay on your back on a sun bed this hotel is fine but you have to pay a euro for the mattress each day and 90 euros for two weeks should you require air conditioning. One security issue is that when you hand in your passport at reception on arrival it sits in pigeon holes in there reception which is never manned. Anyone could walk in off of the street and take them and no one would see.
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