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This place you just have to visit is so quiet and relaxing place
One does not have long to travel around and experience the sites either by taxi or bus somewhere it's been,
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Firstly the price we paid for our stay was fairly low and therefore the review will reflect this and also the fact that this is not a 5* hotel
Rooms: We paid for a superior room which was nicely decorated and practical. On the small...More
Stayed for two weeks in early September. Clean and reasonable size room.
Really quiet and relaxing and nice how you can take a lounger and sit on the grass areas under the trees to get out of the sun.
Staff really friendly and knowledgeable of...More
We were moved to this hotel from the sister Alexandra Hotel in the town centre (see review) and were glad we did. A lovely white-washed building in beautiful grounds, a quiet pool and excellent staffing all made for an enjoyable stay. As we had a...More
Having returned to Kos for a 7 night break, the hotel was pleasant but unfortunately let down by the old and very hard single bed mattresses, which resulted in us never having a good nights sleep and aching throughout each day. We raised this and...More
Response from MystWeaver | Reviewed this property |
We had a one bedroom apartment and it did have a functional fridge and freezer. Yes there are migrants there, but you only really see them if you go by the police department. They don't cause any problems and are very polite... More
We had a one bedroom apartment and it did have a functional fridge and freezer. Yes there are migrants there, but you only really see them if you go by the police department. They don't cause any problems and are very polite if you do run across them.
Happy to help if I can.
First of all there is a Supermarket directly opposite the appts and another just around the corner. The problem you would have is cooking. There are two electric rings, full stop. No... More
Happy to help if I can.
First of all there is a Supermarket directly opposite the appts and another just around the corner. The problem you would have is cooking. There are two electric rings, full stop. No microwave, no oven. I would normally cook us a breakfast once or twice, or maybe do an evening meal at some point, but given the facilities I didnt even try.
Psalidi seems to cover a massive area. There are three restaurants within 200 yards of the hotel, all of them good (Blue Ocean was our favourite). Trip advisors number one for Psalidi is Romeo's which is a ten minute taxi drive from Alexandra Beach.
We used to walk into Kos town. Its around 20 minute walk, no hills, right along the sea front. There are a number of beaches along this stretch, however they are mostly sand/shingle. Obviously once in Kos there are hundreds of restaurants. The 'in thing' out there seems to be cycling, but not sure how practical that would be with three children. There is a designated cycle path right along the coastline.
I did hear quite a few people mention they had jumped on a bus to travel to various places and it does sound as though the bus service is very good out there, even though we didnt use it. The reception at the hotel were very good when it came to advising how to get around.
I'm not sure where horse riding activities are based, or where the good beaches and waterparks are. I suspect that they may be a short drive away. Maybe in your case it might be wise to hire a car for one week to tackle the out of town places and visit the more local areas by foot, bike or bus in the second week.
Hope all of this is of some use. If there is anything else you need to know, please feel free to ask.
Enjoy your holiday, it is a fabulous place.