Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Mastichari does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Gaia Palace Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Gaia Palace Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Mastichari. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Mastichari, you may want to try some gyros at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Kenny's Gyros & Grill Restaurant or Harama.
Gaia Palace Hotel puts the best of Mastichari at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
It was a dream vacation. I liked everything: kindness, service, food, cleanliness, anti-Covid compliance, impeccable room, swimming pools, pool bars, zoo, children's playgrounds, sports field, beach and last but not least line, Mrs. Director's kindness as she kept a piece of luggage until we returned from Kalimnos.
Very nice villa but that's it. Old hotel - should be a 2 star hotel at most. Old fashioned and used - and mostly close for access. The food was disastress and service not much better. This is the worst experience during the last 20 years - this is the first time we write a negative opinion, we have always been very hapy with hotel we stayed. No food selection and its quality was really awful. Located far from the seafront - no service on the beach. Beach dirty with old sunbeds.
We stayed at the hotel from 24th October for 7 nights. We had a fantastic stay and the staff were truly wonderful. I am writing this review in order for people who were there to be aware that all 3 of us that traveled have since tested positive for Covid. I had a slight cold whilst away and then developed a sudden loss of taste and smell the day after returning home. Please do not think that I am blaming the hotel in any way- I’m now starting to feel better although my partner and his daughter had no symptoms at all. Just to confirm we were all tested and all positive.
We returned last Saturday from 2 weeks at the Gaia palace Kos First the pros Everywhere spotless.clean sheets and towels everyday.room cleaned everyday.excellant staff .everyone friendly and helpful.cant remember all names blue Eleni on reception Kevi at the small pool bar.Zoe in restaurant andNambo who drove the buggy.thank you all.lovely hot soup at dinner. Cons How can they call it an all inclusive hotel.we had to pay for bottle water.cappuccino coffee. Cocktails and whisky. The food was disgusting.the same things rehashed every meal.mostly veal pork loin and chicken wings plus spaghetti The mattress and pillows were old and very lumpy.entertainment almost non existent.the hotel is very isolated cost 27euro each way to kos town in a taxi .and 10 euro each way to Mastichari.yes I know the buses are cheap but they were packed like sardines.the hotel is very tired looking needs a refurbishment.i would give it 3 star pluses also had a rat in the restaurant one night it jumped on one lady and ran up her dress the hotel cats chased Ito out.not very nice.…
We had a fantastic time in Kos; the island has a rich and storied history combined with a dramatic and impressive landscape. Having read some of the other glowing reviews here, I was expecting nothing short of brilliance from an all-inclusive stay at Gaia Palace. Unfortunately, part of the reason we explored the island so much was due to our disappointment in the hotel, and having just departed, I am left wondering whether we stayed in the same place as the other reviewers. Firstly, the food is disappointing “Brits abroad” fayre; if you are looking for large portions of tasteless, uninspired, stodge this is the place for you! Despite there being a variety of options at each meal, none of these were Greek (except for the yogurt) which must be considered nothing short of a missed opportunity. Reading some of the reviews, which waxed lyrical about the food, makes me wonder where these poor people come from, and what they’d been eating before visiting. Secondly, drinks. The drinks served were of the cheapest variety that Gaia could possibly source, which is perhaps not surprising given the all-inclusive nature. Also, one was left with the distinct impression of what it must have been like to be Oliver in the workhouse; the servings were ridiculously small and it felt like one was hassling the staff for drinks that had already been paid for. Some of the staff were positively surly, and we wondered whether this was because the season was drawing to a close. However, there was a marked difference in the cheerful manner and disposition of staff in the many restaurants and cafes that we visited. Despite this, there were a few members of hotel staff who were friendly and helpful. Gaia Palace did have some redeeming qualities: the rooms were very spacious and spotless; the garden areas around the pools were lovely, relaxing, and well kept; and the central location is a good base for exploring the island. Other points to consider include the zoo, which should be no inducement to visit or stay: the animals are kept in tiny cages, in cramped muddy conditions and we felt very sorry for them. Also, the holiday complex is also larger than expected from the pictures, and probably can get very busy in peak season.…