This is a hard one to grade because its an old fashioned, family run hotel. The rooms are basic, and most are wet rooms and not shower rooms. Not well insulated so you can hear people around you. Steps to carry your case up. However if you grade luxury by incredible locations, interesting, lovely people and lovely traditional taverna restaurant serving generous portions of fresh fish and local wine then this get's 5, if you do it by amenities you get 2. I gave it 4 because I don't mind that sort of thing if the location is ideal. Again, not some peoples ideal beach because its stony and seaweedy but for me with the rocky outcrops and little bays it makes me very happy indeed.
Tenkte å sykle rundt øya, men da vi kom til denne vesle perlen bestilte vi overnatting. Hyggelig betjening gav oss et koselig enkelt rom med nydelig utsikt. Vi spiste et deilig kveldsmåltid i solnedgangen. Selv om kafeteria ikke hadde frokost på meny lagde de en enkel smakfull frokost til oss. Det er store muligheter for utvikling her, men vi liker den lille pittoreske stilen.
It’s a complex of rented rooms rather than a hotel.All rooms have a really nice view at the gulf and cleaning service was satisfactory. But the facilities are very basic and the room furniture/equipment old. It’s family operated and the owners also run the taverna restaurant Antonis at the beach. It has great potential as the location is really a key but unfortunately not recommended if you expect more than the absolute basic.
We found the hotel on the internet, unfortunately with no available reviews. The hotel is situated on the beach of Atsitsa, on the island of Skyros, with a sea view from all rooms, but is slightly run down and the bathroom very tightly packed, without a separate shower (you showered with a curtain on the bathroom floor, which left everything wet, and caused a lot of muck when in and out of the bathroom). The bedroom includes a fridge/cooker/sink combo, all slightly rusty, the fridge really noisy.The veranda had a weather beaten, old, clothes line with falling apart pegs (we had to go out and buy our own), and the plexi-glass covering the veranda dripped day and night. We also had not been warned that there is no mobile signal and no internet connection (I as a medical doctor found myself in a rather unexpected situation). On the plus side we stayed 9 days and the sheets changed twice, the towels every two days. The owners run a tavern at the bottom of the hotel (separate to the hotel). We arrived late, the tavern was still going, and when we asked them if they could put something together for us to eat, they did so quite grudgingly (in Greece it's not that uncommon for taverns to serve food quite late). Whenever we happened to enquire something with the owners, one had the impression he was causing great disturbance. It happened that one day it absolutely poured with rain for about four hours, and when I tried calling them to see if there was a vacancy urgently for some friends who were camping, I was told that I could not speak to the person in charge, because she was too busy to come to the phone, and I should call after three hours. These people were definitely not hospitable, but not even slightly polite or professional. It wasn't always what was said, but the way it was said. Crudely and without the slightest effort to even appear helpful. On the whole, I probably would not stay there again. A pity because the scenery is really enchanting!_…
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