Very nice hotel, very friendly staff, allocated a room on the top (3rd) floor with central sea view and side view of the temple of Poseidon. My daughter and myself came here after two nights in Athens to give our senses a much needed break from the noise, traffic and buildings to the quiet seaside solitude of Sounio and for the temple of course. Our stay was on a Monday and Tuesday, October off season (and very inclement weather!) so it was very quiet with maybe only 3 other rooms occupied at the most.
Travelled down by bus from Athens, took the two hour coastal route, very scenic, there is a quicker non coastal route. Fare was 6.30 euros each way. I'm sure that the driver would have dropped us off but, not knowing any differently, we disembarked at the last stop (the temple) and trecked down the dirt track leading from the hotel to the temple, only had small cases but wouldn't have done that with large cases ! There are taxis there so could have done that. The hotel will drop guests back up to the bus stop when they leave.
Dined twice at Elias restaurant, which blew our meagre dining budget a little but was well worth it, VERY good food. Didn't eat at the hotel apart from breakfast (included in the rate that we had) menu looked ok and would have ate here had we stayed longer.
Our visit here was of course for the temple but would happily come again just for the seaside setting.. want to have sun rather than rain next time!! Although you couldn't wish for a more atmospheric setting for the thunder and lightening we had! :-)
Very pleased with the room, enjoyed sitting out on the balcony (it's where I'm writing this now in fact) could really have done with tea and coffee making facilities as sitting on the balcony at the start or the end of the day is lovely here. Shower is super powerful and will give you and the whole bathroom a good soaking if you're not careful...
Very happy overall and would recommend coming here.