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A bit late reviewing this hotel, stayed in August 2017. The staff work very hard to make sure you enjoy your stay here, yes the rooms are basic but kept very clean by hard working cleaners and you're on holiday so you only sleep in...More
Very clean and well presented hotel. A comfortable room surprisingly carpeted. Only downside that staff came across as a bit put out to be there, and smiled very rarely. Cheap accommodation in a beautiful country. None the less it was a good place to put...More
Arrived at the hotel about 8pm. We were met on the ramp by reception and given key to the room. No information about meal times or anything was given. The room was basic, which was what we expected as the cost of the holiday was...More
We stayed at the Bel Air for the second year running - the first time we have enjoyed a place so much we wanted to return. We were welcomed with the greatest of warmth and genuine kindness and within 20 minutes had been given our...More
We was staying in the neighbouring hotel which didn't have a pool or bar area.
We was told we would be made welcome at Hotel Bel-Air to use the pool and the bar... and we were !!! The family was very pleasant and always happy...More
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Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place... More
Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place really nice and excellent value. Trata right at the end of town is a lovely family run Greek with good priced food.