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Reviewed 28 September 2017 via mobile

We paid €2500 for a 10 night stay at the Atrium Hotel, this was for a room with a private pool and sea views.
We were expecting a lot, and the sea views are undeniably stunning. However, while we did have our own pool, it was by no means private. What you will not see in any of the brochure photos is that almost every room in the hotel is VERY overlooked. This may not be an issue for some people but if you like your privacy, this is not the hotel for you.
We had a lovely large balcony with immense sea views but we hardly ever used it because we were directly overlooked by 14 other rooms above us. Our balcony also looked straight onto the "private" areas of the 4 rooms below us. I would even go so far as to say that the photos which are on the hotel website are deliberately misleading as they paint a very different picture compared to reality. I have added some photos of the views that you don't see in the brochures.
The room itself is not bad it's certainly not 4 stars but is a decent size and you can see the sea from the bed which is nice.

For the price we paid I could just about have stomached everything that I have already mention but unfortunately the Atrium Hotel is one of those establishments that seem to want to squeeze every last cent out of your pocket before you leave. We noticed that there wasn't an iron in our room so we enquired at reception to see if we could borrow one, this is a standard thing at most hotels we have stayed at, not at the Atrium however. Here they will hand you an order form where you list down all of the items that you want ironed at a cost of €4 per item. 4... EUROS.... PER.... ITEM!!! If you want to use the billiard table, that is going to cost you €5 per hour.
We stayed at a 2* apartment when we visited Skiathos a few years ago and they let us play billiards and iron our clothes for free.
My wife and I travel a lot and have stayed in many hotels, and you very quickly get a sense of how the owners of a particular hotel view their guests. The best will go out of their way to ensure that you enjoy your time there and leave with a great impression. Others will view you simply as a commodity that exists purely to line their pockets. Unfortunately, the owners of the Atrium Hotel sit firmly in this later group. The views are indeed stunning, but that is really the only thing that the hotel has to offer.
5* views with 3* accommodation and a budget airline costing model

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
5  Thank AndyKap81
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

I was very impressed with all aspects of the hotel. There are a large variety of rooms available spread over seven levels, so there's something to suit everyone. There are two lifts which can get you around most of the hotel, but there are still plenty of steps that need to be tackled and a hill into the centre of the village and more importantly back up. (No footpath) The hotel is very individually and tastefully designed, which gives it a nice atmosphere. There are four restaurants (The main one for breakfast and buffet restaurant, the a la carte, the pool bar and the Tavern for lunch time). We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis as we prefer to go out in the evening. Breakfast was a buffet with a wide variety and all good quality. Dishes were continually topped up, so there were not times when somethings weren't available. We had lunch in the Tavern on two occasions, choosing the "special of the day" for ten euros and on both occasions found the quality to be excellent with the food cooked fresh. The beach isn't far away, but I would recommend going down to the bottom of the hill and down the access road, rather than the short cut, unless your a mountain goat!
Access to Skiathos Town is easy with local air conditioned coaches running every twenty minutes at a cost of 1 euro 60 each way until 1.00am. You catch it from the village centre.
Overall a wonderful experience and I would recommend this hotel to travellers.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Robert B
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Reviewed 23 September 2017

The Atrium is as beautiful as the photos show, imaginatively designed & making good use of natural stone & wood. There are several lounges/relaxation areas, furnished with soft sofas & pale colours. Around the hotel are quirky decorative touches, such as old pans on a wall & school desks in the library/TV lounge.
The attractive bedrooms overlook the bay and are well furnished. Cleaning & towel replacement is carried out daily and there was always enough shower gel, lotion etc.
The hot & cold buffet breakfast is plentiful and dishes are replaced all the time. There was plenty of choice. Breakfast can be taken inside the cool dining room or outside by the pool. We were advised one morning by the waiter to take breakfast inside as there were wasps around that morning - thoughtful !
The walk to the beach takes less than ten minutes (& a little longer coming back uphill!). There are plenty of sunbeds for hire at the end of the beach. If you prefer a pool the hotel's pool is large and we were always able to get a sunbed (September). Drinks are available all day at the pool bar & we had a delicious lunch at the hotel's taverna one day.
I should have liked a hospitality tray in the room but am aware that this is rarely offered in European hotels. It was easy enough to take a cup of tea from the pool bar to the bedroom so not a major issue.
There are several good restaurants in the area (Maistrali & Platania's in particular) but the hotel's menu looked very good also. If you go out at night, a torch would be useful for the way back - one small area of the road is a bit dark.
All in all this was a fantastic holiday for us. The staff at the Atrium are fantastic. Everyone we met greeted us and were very smiley and friendly. I would not hesitate in recommending the Atrium. Thank you for a wonderful week.

Room Tip: All rooms have a sea view.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank tommolane
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Reviewed 22 September 2017

Recently returned from a week's stay at this lovely. Our room was very comfortable with a good terrace and wonderful sea view and very quiet! The hotel and amenities is very clean and different to other hotels in the way it is arranged. The staff and food were faultless and the pool area excellent with very comfortable sun beds. For the first four days the ambience at the pool was quiet and peaceful. Unfortunately a wedding party and they were loud and uncouth and totally spoilt the peace of the pool. I complained one day and again the next and the receptionist said they would definitely do something about these rowdy guests who were more suited to Faliraki or Malia! The next day, our last, it was very peaceful again. We shall stay again and I hope the hotel management and tour reps make it clear to large parties that they must respect the need for peace and quiet.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank nicholashorobin
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

We've been going to Skiathos for five years, but this was our first stay at the Atrium, and we've already booked again for next year. The staff are welcoming, friendly and efficient. We had a problem with the shower in our bathroom, and within a few hours it was fixed.

We stayed on a bed-and-breakfast basis, and glad we did. The breakfast is well stocked, and consists of a hot section (ie scrambled or fried eggs, bacon, etc), a selection of breads for toasting, a continental section and cereals and fresh fruit. Even the jam and marmalade for the toast is home made. As soon as anything was running low, it was replenished.

The rooms are clean, modern and comfortable, and a massive plus for us, the beds are actually comfortable! So often on Skiathos, the beds are so hard, like sleeping on a plank, but these beds, I understand, have recently been purchased, and were really comfortable. It makes such a difference to your holiday to have a good sleep.

The staff are fantastic, the bar staff are friendly and efficient, the cleaners polite and good, the reception staff really are welcoming, and the guys manning the onsite restaurants and breakfast etc are responsive and, again, friendly. I was also pleased to see the owner, Electra, coming in every morning, just checking the breakfast buffet was up to standard, and greeting guests. She was always available, without being "in your face", and when we fed back at the end of our stay, she described her own staff as the "stars", which was good to hear her appreciation of the guys that make the magic happen.

Room Tip: We were in room 309, which overlooks the sea, and weren't disturbed by any road noise.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Andrew T
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