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Myself and my husband have just returned from a week at this hotel/apartment and although the rooms are dated with self catering facilities which consist of a sink, fridge and 2 rings which you couldn't really cook on the rooms are very clean and we...More
First time in Rhodes.hotel was basic but very clean every day lady came in to clean the rooms.staff are very friendly and helpful I certainly would recommend this hotel it's so quiet maybe holiday season might be different.
Have recently had a holiday with family members at this hotel. Rooms were basic as you'd expect with a 2 star hotel but were cleaned every day with fresh towels. Manager and his staff were great and made sure we had a fantastic time whilst...More
Having been and stayed in golden days twice before I am returning in July with my wee girl, as said in other reviews the rooms are basic as you get what you pay for but they are clean and tidy. Maria and Yannis are lovely...More
The owners of the hotel were really nice people and honestly do their best but there is only so much they can do. The noise in the street throughout the night was the last straw.
We expected two star but this didn't meet even that....More
US$28 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#1 Best Value Hotel in Afandou
#5 Family Hotel in Afandou
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Hi - just wondering about this hotel. It looks from the website as if the curtains are very flimsy and let in a lot of light (so no lie-ins for us). However I know some hotels in Greece have black out mechanical rollerblinds on the outside of the windows. I was just wondering if by some wonderful fortune this is the case? If not we will unfortunately have to rule out this hotel as we are very light sleepers.
21 December 2015|
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Response from Vivienne J | Reviewed this property |
no curtains just voiles,Sun in room very early and lots of road notice especially scooters and mopeds,
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