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We were 4 adults (well actually 3 in their 60's!) going on Sat 15th October for one week - arrived just before midnight and left passports at the desk with the very nice Nicholas and went to the bar! Be warned, you have to pay...More
went to eleni 16th to 23rd oct wont go back ,weather was ok but that was it ,the entertainment was very poor and sitting on b q plastic chairs at night didnt help .the food was the worst thing it was absolutely terrible.and to let...More
we were a family travelling with grandparents. the hotel is small and friendly and offered great service. the hotel was quite quiet, but that was because of the time of year. the rooms were nice and spacious with a good size balcony and excellent air...More
Four ladies from Scotland had a wonderful stay at the Eleni. We chose the all inclusive option as it fitted our plans to have a relaxing week in the sun, reading, drinking, and eating good food. Eleni ticked all our boxes! We were really impressed...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our family holiday at Eleni. Very warm in October. Lovely clean pools. I think the indoor pool in the basement clinched that fourth star, however. Good points: friendly staff. Cocktails included in all inclusive (I can't stomach the local petrol anywhere but other...More
US$52 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the... More
Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the Wireless Access Point.
There should be a sign, on the reception desk, with the wireless network name and password.