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A beautifully presented hotel which combines tradition with a modern twist. Well appointed rooms that are kept to a high standard. Close to the beach & the delightful town of Nea Makri. The tavernas are frequented by the locals ...all of whom are so welcoming...More
Chose this place on a last minute trip with my son in July 2017 and I was very pleasantly surprised upon our arrival!! Beautifully decorated in a contemporary style, the room was very light and clean with a lovely balcony overlooking the lush gardens and...More
Can’t say anything bad about the place but it didn’t make me go wow. The staff were friendly , the food was good , the rooms were clean and tidy. Good hotel if you are looking forward to some quiet time near the beach with...More
This hotel was amazing, the bedrooms where massive and clean, Had a balcony overlooking the pool thats always a bonus.
Its a 200meter walk to the beach beautiful to swim, umbrellas down there so if you want to be in the shade.
The breakfast was...More
We went here for 5 nights following a short stay in Athens, it was great to relax, enjoy the pool and the space. Nea Makri is a great place, quiet, lots of choices about where to eat and a good walk along the edge of...More
I too would not recommend spending your entire vacation there. While it's a nice place to relax and close to Athens/Marathon and nearby islands for daily excursions, the weather is still not so stable and the sea is still... More
I too would not recommend spending your entire vacation there. While it's a nice place to relax and close to Athens/Marathon and nearby islands for daily excursions, the weather is still not so stable and the sea is still too cold (for most). But depends on what climate one is used to. If i were you, i would stay one week in order to both relax and at the same time check out what Athens has to offer and then move to some other place, see more of the countryside in spring time.