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Reviewed 8 August 2019 via mobile

Beautiful location! The hotel is worn, so an upgrade would be recommended.
Breakfast is ok, but most of the food is usually empty a half hour before closing.

The private beach is wonderful, except from the lifeguard who does not like children.
Always plenty of sunbeds available when we were there.

We had a great time, we had a nice, clean room with seaview and a balcony. Pool area is also nice!

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank FrkLarsen
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Reviewed 15 May 2019

We had a large family room near the pool. It was a bit outdated but comfortable. Very basic furniture, old steel window frames, no mosquito nets. The sealing on the side of the shower panel in the hot tub was clearly in a poor state and after every shower the floor got quite flooded...

We opted for a half board package and it was a good choice as there are no restaurants at walking distance. Driving your car to Capoliveri is a challenge in terms of parking it not a mile away from downtown. Food was ok, always a large choice of starters, a rich salad bar and then a daily menu. It is not over the top or extraordinary though always tasty.

The view from the hotel is magnificient, you can admire the entire bay and it is simply breathtaking at sunset. Enjoy it by the pool!

The hotel has a private beach at no extra cost. It is not really a beach rather a set of stilts and platforms built down the cliff around a very tiny docking area with sand and a small bar. It is quiet and you can always find a spare chaise longue and a light breeze will refresh you all day long. It is either a 15min walk up and down few hundreds of steps from the hotel down to the platform / beach area or you can use a private elevator, pretty neat!

There is a snorkeling area all along the structure and you can enjoy fishes and even starfishes. The negative aspect is that it is in a secluded bay and the main docks are on the other side of the bay with hundreds of boats. Depending on the tide, you should expect some not perfectly clear water in the afternoon, or even dirty opaque. It is usually crystal clear in the morning.

There is a taxi boat service from the hotel to Capolivery at the docks, at cost. It works well to go to restaurants and bars downtown as well as to reach the peer and rent a small boat for the day. Make sure you reserve in advance!

There is a rooftop bar and they offer live music during the week end.

We really enjoyed our stay and we may consider going back in the future.

Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank AG70IT
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Reviewed 27 March 2019 via mobile

Superb reception and easy check in. Greeted with a glass of champagne!
Room all that you could wish for with a wide terrace and stunning sea views. Beautiful indoor and outdoor pools. Excellent bar service.
Breakfast was buffet except for the hot dishes that were made freshly for everyone.
Spa very good. We will be back!

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank mpgm63
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Reviewed 9 October 2018

The room with sea view is big and really has the amazing view. There are no tea set and slippers in the room but you can get it very fast if you ask at the reception. Sometimes Wi-Fi was slow.There are two swimming pools with seawater. Big parking. Two ways to the private beach: scale and elevator. There are a bar, sunbeds and umbrellas at the beach. Breakfasts are rather good: hot dishes (scrambled eggs, bacon), cold appetizers (sausage , ham and cheese), cakes, yoghurts, drinks. Not many vegetables for breakfast. Wonderful view during the breakfast. The staff is nice.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Nikett
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Reviewed 29 September 2018

The reviews on this hotel are a very mixed and it was hard to see the wood from the trees when we booked but we felt that, on balance, it looked a good bet. Sadly, we got it wrong.

The hotel is tired and feels a little bit like a utilitarian Russian hotel built in the 1960’s, lacking in any charm or sophistication. The front desk put on a great service against all odds but management seem to have lost their way here. The noise levels in the rooms are mentioned elsewhere and yes, the screaming baby above was going to ruin our holiday so we requested a room change, which we did get.

The bed was so hard that I ended up sleeping on the sofa for the last two nights and the lack of tea or coffee making facilities was a real bore, especially as other comments here bemoan the poor coffee at breakfast.

Breakfast has been an issue with many reviewers and we agree wholeheartedly with this opinion: in a country with such fabulous fruit, serving tinned pineapple and tinned pears for breakfast is rather shabby. Almost all the breakfast items were pastries so as a coeliac, I was reduced to eating eggs and bacon, yoghurt and fruit every day. There was nothing else.

Our stay coincided with a group of rally drivers taking over the hotel and the revving of engines at midnight at the front of the hotel was particularly distressing as management had allowed them to park there in the first place, when the rest of us had to park in the car park at the rear. No action was taken to stop them and the outcry the next day was visible in the frustrated staff on the front desk.

The views, beach, funicular and front desk have been mentioned many times and they are great but do not justify the four stars. We were really looking forward to our stay but came away feeling sad that this hotel had so much potential which has been squandered. I would try somewhere else...

Room tip: Go high to avoid the noise
Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank AlastairJ460
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