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Saron hotel is very very friendly. It's a good place to come with your children.The rooms are clean and confortable.The swimming pool is so big and the water so clear. The staff is so kindly that they make anything for you to make you happy....More
Having to attend a wedding in the region of Sounio my husband and I stayed at the Saron hotel for a weekend. With pine woods all around us and the sea near by, we felt we had made a good choice. And we were not...More
The best thing in this hotel is most definitely its family oriented atmosphere. Children and adults with special needs are more than welcome and completely integrated into its free-spirited surroundings.
I was on a trip through Greece and spent one night at Saron Hotel. Very friendly people and great location. The surrounding pine woods are wonderful for walking. The sea is very clean and the sunrise on Poseidon Temple unforgettable. We had a problem with...More
We stayed a night at the Hotel Saron in June 2006. We had to catch a ship leaving from Lavrio the next morning and the hotel was a handy option.
The positive: Nice location - pine forest, pool, spacious room.
The negative: Furniture really cheap...More
US$92 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I had to take a taxi all of the way because I had a lot of luggage. A hotel employee said there was an option of metro combined with bus but I didn't explore it. The hotel owners know a taxi driver who was dependable... More
I had to take a taxi all of the way because I had a lot of luggage. A hotel employee said there was an option of metro combined with bus but I didn't explore it. The hotel owners know a taxi driver who was dependable, Giannis. The local service is also good. The main problem with the taxi is simply the traffic. You should consult with them in advance to make realistic plans.
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"Rooms on the North side are the most quiet ones."