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Party of 5, amazing from start to finish. Food was exceptional at breakfast, dinner and tea, plenty of choices to suit everybody even on their spanish and greek nights. lovely rooms with view of the pool, plenty of comfy and clean sun loungers, we really...More
we returned with wonderful memories and would have no problem to recommend.
Elvis and Seve were fantastic, hard workers always with a genuine smile.
Nothing is too much trouble for either of them. Both an asset to Gaia
The hotel is very clean and the...More
Very clean and tidy hotel throughout you also have use of all the other facilities at Gaia royal a 2 mom walk past the mini market there is more pools here also and access to the beech all the staff are very friendly and speak...More
Our stay at the Gaia Palace Hotel was great. The rooms were more than adequate and facilities were second to none. There are plenty of pools to choose from meaning there is no need to rush in the morning to lay towels on sun loungers...More
We went to the Gaia palace last year and have just got back from a second visit please ignore any bad reviews this is a wonderful hotel if your looking for a relaxing holiday if your looking for somewhere more lively and party orientated choose...More
We went last month all inclusive and we loved it. The hotel is too remote to go anything but all inclusive in my opinion. The al inclusive includes all meals which were all really good and not repetitive like other all... More
We went last month all inclusive and we loved it. The hotel is too remote to go anything but all inclusive in my opinion. The al inclusive includes all meals which were all really good and not repetitive like other all inclusives I have been too.
Breakfast was always continental (lots of breads to choose from) and cooked offerings. Loads of jams, syrups, honeys and condiments. Pancakes and waffles. You could also have a freshly made omelette with your preferred filling. Lunch always had fish, meat dishes, pastas, Greek dish and desserts (gorgeous ones especially in he evening) and dinner always had plenty of choice too. They did have themed evenings on occasions too. Drinks are limited on all inclusive unlike other hotels I have visited but the drinks were nice and well presented. Soft drinks are included, wine, lager, ouzo, tequila, vodka, gin and brandy (all locally branded but nice). Cocktails aren’t included but aren’t expensive at €3-€4 (a few are €6) Also includes tea and coffee. We hired a car for 3 days and ate out on these days (except breakfast) which was a nice change but I was glad we didn’t have to do it for each meal due to the location of the hotel even with a car.
Hi we are at the hotel now, cocktails are half included as they are only 4-6 euros each, the main pool bar has 2 specials per day that are 3 euros. It's better because they are well made, often when included they are just... More
Hi we are at the hotel now, cocktails are half included as they are only 4-6 euros each, the main pool bar has 2 specials per day that are 3 euros. It's better because they are well made, often when included they are just sweet rubbish.