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We stayed at the Kyrimai for just under one and a half weeks. The hotel is beautiful and attention to detail is clearly evident. The hotel respects guest privacy, although this might be viewed as being inattentive, it is preferable to the 'in your face'...More
A beautiful historical hotel situated in a unique location but except this we found both the quality of food and level of service extremely disappointing. A better management may significantly improve the hospitality.
Enormous beautiful location, a nice house, beautiful view, close to the sea.
The management misses to know how to host and guide the staff. Everybody is nice but very inattentive, never recognize your needs, for everything you have to wait to long or ask more...More
This lovely hotel is in typical Manian style of stone ( as are all the other buildings in the village). It is right on the water, has excellent interesting public rooms complete with historic memorabilia, has a great pool ( the only hotel to do...More
I spent 3 days here with my husband and 2 kids and have seldom stayed somewhere so special.
The setting is stunning...right on the beach with the most spectacular views.
The hotel is beautiful.
Our bedroom was gorgeous with fabulous views of both the sea...More
Response from Peter_Wello | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ron, Most rooms have access to their own balcony area with table chairs and umbrella nearby. But it is not private in the sense of access from the room only. Guests generally made use of sun lounges by the pool or down by... More
Hi Ron, Most rooms have access to their own balcony area with table chairs and umbrella nearby. But it is not private in the sense of access from the room only. Guests generally made use of sun lounges by the pool or down by the water on the stone jetty.
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"Some rooms have a lot of steps to get to them, others have shared balconies"