Mastichari Bay Hotel

Mastichari Bay Hotel

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Built in typical island-style architecture Mastichari Bay hotel enjoys a privileged location directly on the beach and just a few steps from the picturesque fishing village of Mastichari at the north coast of Kos island. The small bungalows, nestled between a unique blossoming garden and connected by little paved roads, harmonically create a Mediterranean landscape surrounded by palm trees and fragrant flowers. Gently caressed by the cool sea breeze, with a beautiful view of the sea and the fascinating sunsets Mastichari Bay hotel invites you for a relaxing holiday with a Greek flair.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Beach
Bicycle rental
Children's playground
Public wifi
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Kid-friendly buffet
Outdoor dining area
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Game room
Tennis court
Billiards
Darts
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids pool
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Car hire
Taxi service
Meeting rooms
Photo copier / fax In business center
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Manicure
Massage
Neck massage
Pedicure
Baggage storage
Concierge
Convenience store
Gift shop
Mosquito net
Newspaper
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
24-hour front desk
Clothes dryer
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Private beach
Desk
Housekeeping
Refrigerator
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Private balcony
Safe
Telephone
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Tile / marble floor
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Ocean View
Park View
Languages Spoken
English, Russian, Dutch, German and 2 more

Location

Main street, Mastichari 853 02 Greece
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Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Grade: 71 out of 100
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Kos Airport
Kalymnos Island National Airport
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ning_tee wrote a review Aug 2023
Amsterdam, The Netherlands18 contributions16 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a beautiful resort, spotlessly clean and with extremely friendly staff, especially Giorgos at the reception! It was perfect with (small) children, kids club during the day was great for our eldest, even though she wasn't 3 years old yet I was allowed to bring her (had to stay myself, too) as well as our baby of 6 months. She absolutely loved the mini disco at night! As well as the playground at the beach.
I booked myself a massage at the beach tent which was definitely worth it.
We had booked all-inclusive and I must say the breakfast/lunch/dinner buffet was so good, nice variety and especially the greek food (different every night) brought back so many warm memories. We stayed in room 213B, very nice and quiet with a beautiful pool view.
The cleaner was so attentive to notice our drying rack on the first balcony was broken at one side and before I could mention anything to reception they had already organised someone to install a brand-new rack. Spot on!
Very handy was also the option to use the washing machine and wash some clothes (especially when you travel with children). Very nice pools, 5 in total.
We hired a car for 2 days, via the car rental agency in the lobby as well as the hotel itself and both bookings were easy and straightforward.
My only regret is not having stayed a second week. We would definitely return!
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Date of stay: June 2023
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normanconroy2018 wrote a review Jul 2022
London, United Kingdom2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I plus daughter, her partner and two young granddaughters stayed for 11 nights in July 2022. The food was excellent and the rooms cleaned daily. There were a total of 4 swimming pools catering for all ages. The entertainment was great: water gymnastics each morning, mini disco for young children in the evening followed by a performance for the adults e.g. Greek dancing display, acrobatics, film quiz, cabaret dance etc. The entertainment leader Romy was brilliant especially with the children. The gardens are beautifully kept and watered. There is a very friendly atmosphere with very helpful staff at reception and in the restaurant. When a fridge broke down it was replaced immediately. A great place to be for couples and families.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Karin V wrote a review Aug 2021
The Hague, The Netherlands7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved it here. The food was amazing, the people friendly, clean beautiful rooms and the all inclusive package was great. We have two young kids and they were fully entertained by ice creams, kids disco, kids club. Definitely a great idea for families with young children.
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Date of stay: August 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Ryan W wrote a review Jun 2023
London, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here for two nights when my flight was cancelled.
Initially our experience was good.
Nice pools, not too busy and could always get a sunbed.
Food was also really nice.
We booked full board. And the next day, we upgraded to all-inclusive.
What we didn't realise what that it finished in the morning the next day, so we only had about 8 hours of all inclusive and we wasn't informed of this until they stopped serving us at the bar.
It also felt like the staff was watching you while you were taking food to monitor how much you had which wasn't great.
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Date of stay: June 2023Trip type: Traveled with friends
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sarahcallan1974 wrote a review Jul 2005
Essex, England368 contributions300 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My boyfriend and I travelled to the Dodecanese Islands of Kos, Kalymnos and Telendos on 22nd June 2005 for 3 weeks. We booked a flight with Air Scandic at a total cost of £478 return for us both.

Upon arrival in Kos we travelled to the resort of Mastichari, about 15 minutes drive from the airport. The taxi fare was 12 euros. We had not booked any accommodation. We viewed a self-catering room on the first street back from the sea, which cost 30 euros. It was clean but small. However, we really wanted a sea view. There was certainly accommodation available. We were recommended to an English lady, Katherine, who runs the El Greco restaurant on the seafront with her Greek husband. She had rooms above her restaurant but is also able to arrange other accommodation (----). We stayed in a room above the restaurant at a cost of 25 euros for the room each night. The room was quite small and basic. It did not have a kitchenette but there was a kettle and use of the communal fridge. The view from the balcony was lovely. We were initially concerned that it would be noisy to stay above a taverna, but generally in Mastichari everything goes quiet around midnight.

We thought Mastichari had a lovely feel about it. The Greeks and other tourists were friendly and the beach was lovely, really long. There are sunbeds and umbrellas for hire, or further up there is a naturist area. During the last 4 days of our holiday, when we returned to Mastichari, the resort was definitely busier and there were more families and children. Before that the resort had a more mature feel to it. It is worth noting that the nearest cash point is in Antimachia. There is not one at the airport as we had been led to believe. There are also no chemists in Mastichari, although there is a doctor’s surgery.

We would definitely recommend the El Greco restaurant. The food is excellent. Plenty of Greek flavours but always hot and never too oily. There is a special dish each night and the main courses are about 6-8 euros. Their Pikilia (assortment of dishes) is a must. There is also a good variety of vegetarian food, which can be hard to find in Greece.

If you fancy buying your own food there are supermarkets in the resort, we liked Thomas’, but the large one on the main road is about 5 minutes walk from the beach, offers excellent cheese and spinach pies, as well as mouth-watering baklavas.

We hired a moped for 3 days at a cost of 40.00 euros. It is well worth visiting the Plaka forest as well as the beaches on the south coast. We liked Exotic beach and the nearby restaurant, but there are plenty of beaches to choose from. It is also worth visiting the Knights Castle for fantastic views down towards Kardemena and Old Pyli (or Paleo Pyli) which is different to Pyli, although close by. At Paleo Pyli you can walk up an attractive path to the top where you will find refreshments and a lovely view, as well as a couple of Donkeys and a toilet.

After 6 days in Mastichari we travelled to Kalymnos. There are 3 to 4 ferries each day at a cost of 3.50 euros each as well as a flying dolphin. They depart from the quay in Mastichari and, when we were there you did not need to book in advance. The Ferry takes about 50 minutes, the dolphin is about half that. The ferries arrive in the capital of Kalymnos, Pothia. This looks beautiful from the sea, and indeed the backstreets would be lovely if it were not for the constant noise from cars and motorbikes. Unfortunately, all the tavernas are along the front with the busy main road running past them. Notwithstanding this, stayed in Pothia for a night and headed for the Hotel Themelina, a little way inland but with fantastic views down to the harbour. It is an old mansion house with wooden floors and is really very quaint. We paid 55 euros for the room including breakfast for the two of us. The room was nice and had a small kitchenette. Our highlight was our huge balcony, which would have been shared with 2 other rooms, had there been any other guests in the hotel. The hotel has a nice pool and patio area, which again we had entirely to ourselves. The Municipal Nautical and Folklore Museum, near the harbour in Pothia, is well worth a visit as it tells the history of the sponge industry, which used to be the island’s main source of income.

The next day we travelled by bus (which was more like an air-conditioned coach) to Myrties, about half-way up the west coast of the island. This cost 75 cents each. There was plenty of accommodation in Myrties, much of it lining the busy road, but we took a small ferry to the Island of Telendos, a journey of about 10 minutes. This cost 1.50 euros each. The beauty of Telendos is the lack of a road, and consequently the lack of cars or motorbikes – quite appreciated after Pothia. We had a look at a small room on the seafront which cost 25 euros, although it did not have a kitchen. We then came across two rooms called Little Port, and after some assistance from a local shopkeeper we decided to stay there at a cost of 40 euros per night. The room was spacious, extremely clean with a well-equipped kitchen, modern bathroom and a fantastic view across to Myrties. We stayed there for 6 nights. The best restaurants are George’s, near the quay and ‘On the Rocks’, run by an Australian called George and his lovely Greek wife Poppy. They also have 3 rooms of a very high standard, with a fridge but without a kitchenette. However, these were all booked. They cost 40 euros a night. The rooms at ‘On the Rocks’ or the hotel just beyond it would probably be quieter than where we stayed, as we found the boats and general activity around the harbour started around 6.30/7 am. ‘On the Rocks’ also have internet access, albeit a little slow. See ----.

The best beach on the island is Paradise beach, although it is a nudist beach and looses the sun in the late afternoon. They offered 2 sunbeds and an umbrella for 5 euros. These were cleaned each night. The beaches on the other side of the island, to the left as you get off the ferry, were better placed for the sun all day, although were rather stoney and the stones got very hot.

Next we travelled to Emborios on Kalymnos, a small village at the north end of the island. There is one boat each day which leaves Telendos at 10am. This cost 4.00 euros each. It does return later in the day, about 4pm (a return ticket cost 8 euros each). We looked around for accommodation and were offered a room in a largish hotel, on the left as you look at Emborios from the sea, for a cost of 26 euros per night. The room was clean, but basic. We then looked at Harry’s apartments (there is also a restaurant surrounded by beautiful gardens). They had about 8 apartments, which were quite spacious with a kitchen and were very clean. The top ones had a view and they also offered air-conditioning. They cost 35 euros per night. The very helpful lady also showed us a traditional house next to the new apartments (at a cost of 40 euros per night) and we found ourselves torn between them. She then drove us a couple of minutes up the road to a newly renovated Kalymnian House. This had two bedrooms, a very well-equipped kitchen, a lounge area, a bathroom (including a washing machine) and, the highlight for us, a terrace with a view down over the village and out to sea, which was surrounded only by goats and sheep. This would usually cost 75 euros a night, but she offered us a special rate as we arrived ‘on spec’. Although there were two bedrooms it would struggle to accommodate 4 adults but would be ideal for 2 adults and 2 small children.

We hired a motorbike for 3 days (at a cost of 32.50 euros) from @lfa rent a bike in Masouri (near Myrties). There was no hire shop in Emborios but the lady at Harry’s apartments called them for us. They were very helpful and collected my boyfriend from Emborios and returned us to our house at the end of our rental, all free of charge. Their website is www.kalymnosrent.com. The bike was convenient to get us to Myrties for the cashpoint, internet cafe and well-equipped supermarket. The supermarket in Emborios was OK but limited.

After 4 nights in Kalymnos we returned to Mastichari. The bus from Emborios to Pothia cost 90 cents each and left at 10am each day. I believe there was also a later bus.

The weather at the time of our travel was good. When we first arrived it was windy and on one day the wind was so strong it was hard to do anything. Other than that it was sunny all the time, with only a couple of days of cloud and on average it was 28 degrees in the day.

We loved our time on these islands and would definitely return.
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Go7949 wrote a review Aug 2003
1 contribution24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I can highly recommend this hotel. The area is quiet. The hotel is situated by the little village called mastichari, just cross the street and you're in the village. The hotel has a beautiful garden. You can walk about for ages just looking at all the beautiful flowers. The service is excellent and the rooms are very clean. We enjoyed the food at the restaurant very much. The locals are very friendly and we have just had a great time and will return as soon as possible...
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BackPacker9272 wrote a review Aug 2003
banbury, oxfordshire, England1 contribution21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
we spent two weeks here in may 2003. The accomodation was excellent.
Very spacious and extremely clean. Most of the apartments had a sea view. Beautiful location right on a beach.( however this wasn't a ver pretty beach. Two minutes walking took you to a lovely beach lined with restaurants. Which were lovely in the evening watching beautiful sunsets every night. We were self catering but had quite a few meals in restaurant which were excellent. Much better value though if you go half board. Entertainment was poor but our children made lifelong friends with the entertainers. Plenty of pool entertainment in the day.
Volley ball, Aqua Gym etc. We travelled with Thompson. The reps were fantastic with the kids we couldnt keep them away from the clubs.

The village of Mastichari is very quiet. just a few gift shops restaurants and one large supermarket. A very relaxing place to be.

Avoid the Greek night . It was very poor and very expensive.

Do go to Nisseros to see the volcano.Best to go on your own rather than with holiday companies. Best to catch the ferry from Kardamena rather than Kos the ferry journey is much shorter.

Only downside was that we were charged for sunbeds around the pool every day which got rather expensive when the re are 4 of you.

Would definitly return.
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NorthStar24740 wrote a review Nov 2004
Llanymynech, Shropshire1 contribution19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in this hotel 16th October to 23rd October this year and have only one comment to make................stunning. We can't wait to return to Mastihari and Kos next October for two weeks at this hotel. The hotel and its staff are a credit to the owners, the gardens, pools are 1st class and the standard of the accommodation leaves many UK hotels in the shade.

The small village of Mastihari is quiet....clean and the local people are very helpful and friendly. The beach is awesome..........miles of golden sand and the warm clean sea is safe even for people like my wife who is a non swimmer.

Go there and you wont be disappointed
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Voyage2329 wrote a review Feb 2006
London1 contribution18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
stayed at this hotel last summer and loved every minute of it.

The staff are genuinely there to assist and make your stay pleasant. The rooms are huge and cleaned to perfection EVERY morning (one of the few hotels where a double really means DOUBLE). The restaurant buffet every morning was the perfect start to the day, spoilt for choice, never had to wait and everything we tried was brilliantly cooked.

The pool bar area was pleasant (nothing too exotic but very decent) the bar staff great fun to be served by and knew how to entertain guests. Having said that, the entertainment team itself could have gone to a bit more effort to come up with better shows.
Indoors bar of the hotel a bit quieter but a very good place for a late drink and chat with the staff.

The only downside of the place was the beach area. It has rocks scattered in the seafront to (as was explained) stop the corrosion of the land by the sea-current. On a not-windy day the water is still very pleasent though and there is a few sandy spots to access it. On top of that, a short walk away and through the lovely village of mastichari there s an even better long-sandy beach.

will return with no hesitation next year. Would recommend this place to anyone looking for a quiet but very enjoyable holiday in a hotel with proper service.
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Date of stay: August 2005
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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bandmaster1234 wrote a review Aug 2014
Hythe, United Kingdom2 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Although my daughter, Alyson did the bookings it was a family holiday with 15 of us!!
On the scale of 10 being excellent and 0 being very disappointing.

We had a fabulous holiday thank you, the attention to detail from the moment we arrived. Having food available for us on arrival despite our arrival being delayed, the receptionists remembering little bits of information about us and referring to them during the week, making us feel valued customers. 10

The lady who looked after our accommodation worked so hard and the place was spotlessly clean then she still found time to arrange the towels into animals etc and flowers - what a lovely surprise. Accommodation and cleaning 10

The gardens are just a sheer delight with so many magnificent flowers and beautifully maintained. 10

The pool area was always clean and tidy 10 Although I think there should be someone in control especially when "the boys" arrived and started to dive in from the rocks at the shallow end where a lot of children were swimming. I congratulate you on keeping the sunbeds towel free!!!

The restaurant - we generally used the area opposite the lifts and the staff there were absolutely magnificent as was the manager - for the staff the speed of their service, their politeness, their friendliness I award them 15 ;-)

Food was very very good although as someone who only likes "plain" food, meat that isn't covered in spices and sauces there were a couple of days when my only option was chips - however for the family as a whole 10.

What can I say about the brilliant entertainer Ali baba? Such talent and energy, with an excellent assistant in Petr I have to award them 20 ;-) The lady in the team was I understand very good with the children's programme but struggled with the evening entertainment.

I have just two areas that I think deserve a little criticism - the actual entertainment area/stage, Ali baba deserves a better stage area, with improved lighting and sound system and backstage facilities - perhaps the next improvement scheme - and the table tennis area, poor lighting and everywhere is white making it very difficult to see the ball.

I make that a total of 85 out of out of 70! a clear indication of just how much we enjoyed our stay and I would have no hesitation in recommending Mastichari Bay Hotel as an excellent holiday destination.

Thank you
Richard, Anne,
Alyson, Gemma, Ashley
Wendy, Ken, Emilie, Kacey
Wes, Shauna, Harrison, Grace, Lucas & Bethany
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Date of stay: July 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: All the rooms are good with either sea or garden views, some rooms have both
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Amandine M asked a question Mar 2023
Sambreville, Belgium13 contributions4 helpful votes
Bonjour, nous venons du 3 au 10 mai dans votre hôtel. La piscine sera-t-elle ouverte?
Answer from MastichariBay
Kós, Greece1 contribution
Dear guest, Thank you for your inquiry at Mastichari Bay hotel. Regarding your questions,no we do not have interconnected rooms, however, if you book with us we can most probably offer you 2 rooms next or near each other (all requests are of course subject to availability). Our bungalows are also not private. When we say bungalow we mean a small house with about 8 to 10 rooms, so you do have neigbours next to you or above you (depending on the room you have booked, usually sea view rooms are top floor and garden view are ground floor). For any further inquiries or for a special offer for direct booking e-mail us at sales (at)masticharibayhotel (dot) cοm We hope to have helped you with our answer. Best regards, Giorgos Papaioannou Assistant res.manager
SheffieldDotty asked a question Jan 2016
Sheffield, United Kingdom283 contributions5 helpful votes
what is the A/I price per couple when we get to the hotel please
Answer from k b
5 contributions8 helpful votes
Hi, You'd be well advised to contact the Mastichari Hotel directly by E-mail as they will give you a fair guide to all inclusive prices in their usual friendly manner, and you'll really enjoy a relaxing venue for your holiday!
travelbug2398 asked a question Aug 2015
Cheshire, England10 contributions47 helpful votes
Can you up grade to all inclusive at reception? If so how much?
Answer from pam8392
Sunderland, United Kingdom45 contributions12 helpful votes
We upgraded and it was 14 euro a day,well worth it as all drinks are named brands and cocktails included.Came in really handy for pool bar and obviously lunch included
Mountainathlete wrote a tip May 2023
Kendal, United Kingdom22 contributions28 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"In May 2023 we paid €17 for a taxi from the airport."
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Marco Martinez wrote a tip Jul 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We got our rooms together in Block 12 (123,125,127) quiet area and quick to buffet :)"
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welshgowerlady wrote a tip Jun 2017
Swansea, United Kingdom66 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Sea views are lovely we were unable to get on this time and had a garden view which was lovely."
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welshgowerlady wrote a tip Sep 2016
Swansea, United Kingdom66 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pay the extra for a sea view well worth it."
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FiRo wrote a tip Jul 2016
Ingelheim, Germany21 contributions14 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask to see other rooms if you're not happy with yours."
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$116 - $226 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
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257
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mastichari Bay Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Mastihari Beach (0.3 miles), Star Light Beach Bar (0.3 miles), and Mastichari Port (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Akrogiali, Palatiano Restaurant - Bar, and Horizon.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Yes, self serve laundry and a clothes dryer are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mastichari Bay Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, Russian, Greek, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Mastichari Bay Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Mylotopi (9.7 miles), Paleo Pili (6.0 miles), and The Basilica of Agios Stefanos (8.4 miles).
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