The rooms were lovely. The Aquarius bar next door was definitely one of the best restaurants I've ever been too. The pool was great. It wasn't cold to get into at all. It was in a great location by the shops and there was amazing views coming back again in JulyMore
Lovely place, Good location
Great location, short walk to the main strip of sidari.
Hotel was basic but clean. Staff were very friendly. Restaurant on site was very good holding rock nights etc which are worth going to.
Sidari on the whole is a very friendly place to go.More
1st Greece Holiday
Stayed at the Kanali Hotel in Aug15 with family and friends. The hotel provides great views with friendly staff. The decor is a bit dated, however the location, friendly staff and good food more than makes up for it. Would definitely recommended a stay here if in Sidari.More
October half term
A beautiful location with stunning views.Apartments are a little tired but nevertheless comfortable enough with a good shower.The Aquarius restaurant gets 5 stars for the hospitality and quality of the food .Thank you to George for your attentiveness and football banter with our son.Swimming pool well maintained and clean.Unfortunately Sidari was closing down / end of season so disappointing for a family with teenagers. Will be back as a couple but not end of season.More
Spent two weeks here 9th to 23rd October. Accommodation is great we were in 304 top floor two bed apartment, one double and one twin, big patio doors from each bedroom onto balcony with the best view of any accommodation I've had, overlooking a little cove, then out across the Ionian sea are the mountains of Albania, then looking right over apartment buildings to sidari bay itself backed by green hills The kitchen is basic a fridge with freezer compartment, compact oven with two electric hobs, toaster, kettle, table and chairs. Hotel pool area is good, free sun beds just buy your drinks from the bar and access to the sea is down 20 steps ( the sea is warmer than the pool)
The hotel is located about ten minutes stroll from the centre of sidari but their must be at least 15 places to eat within a five minute stroll. I would add that at least half of those were closed or closed while we were their with it being late season, however the ones we ate at most, Aquarius ( the one on site) Katerinas and Cook and Dine ( fantastic takeaway giros pitta for â¬2.30) were all good with a cracking choice, even for the missus who's wheat intolerant and a pescatarian (or "awkward" as I prefer). Food runs at about â¬9 for moussaka, stifado, swordfish, souvlaki etc beers â¬2.50 for mythos and Amstel, â¬5.80 to â¬7 for 1/2 litre house wine, oddly they chill quite a lot of their red which is a bit of a curveball at first, but surprisingly can work. Make sure to check out the Rock and blues night at Aquarius it's excellent. Phone receptions fine, most bars restaraunts have ok wifi. Photo may not do it justice as it was panoramic but may not display that way.
We would even consider going back again, and we never go back again!More