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Kalo Livadi beach, Kalo Livadi 846 00 Greece
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Lizzy B wrote a review May 2020
London, United Kingdom58 contributions7 helpful votes
I stayed at Pietra E Mare in October 2019 with my partner, and we absolutely loved it. This is definitely a great hotel for couples! From the moment we arrived, we were so welcomed, the staff gave us delicious homemade lemonade whilst they checked us in, and seated us in the lovely open restaurant so we got to enjoy the fabulous view over the sea and down onto the beach. There's so much good to say about this place: Complex and rooms: We loved how the complex was set out, you have the reception and restaurant at together, then you can go down some steps to a cute area with hammocks and bean bags. I think when it's the main season they make cocktails at the bar there but we went out of season. Then if you go down some more steps you come to the pool, which is a nice size, not huge, but perfectly fine to do some lazy swimming in. There are four poster type beach beds by the pool with foam mattresses which are quite comfortable. In the day the staff will attach white sun covers to them, and it's lovely seeing them float around in the breeze. The rooms are on a few different levels. The rooms are not like a tall hotel block, they are really nice traditional white greek buildings, which are really quaint. They were really rustic and felt very authentic. They are almost like little caves made out of stone, and the shower was also made out of stone, which we thought was quite cool. This isn't for everyone, so if you're expecting marble, sleek modernity and the five star luxury of US/UK/Dubai hotels then this isn't the place for you. In the room you have a TV, aircon, a fridge with goodies (you have to pay extra for them), a big bed, shutters so it's dark at night, a safe to keep your things secure, and then other amenities depending on how much you pay for your room. We felt very comfortable here. Our aircon didn't work when we got there but we called reception and someone came to help us straight away. The restaurant has a roof but is open at the sides so it's lovely to get air and breeze whilst you're having food, and you can look out at the sea whilst you eat, and the stars at night. Other facilities: There is a hot tub, but only if you pay for the room which includes that specifically. We had thought from the photos that it would be for everyone to use but it's not. There is a nice outdoor shower by the pool so you can refresh without going back to your room. There is a treatment room so you can have massages if you choose to (I think they were around 100Euros). The pool beds have lots of fresh towels in a basket near them, so you can use these to sit on the beds instead of using your own towels and getting them wet. Food: The food was amazing here! The chef is fantastic. We loved that not only could you call room service and have things brought to the room, there was a member of staff who would sit by the pool and you could ask them to bring you food and drinks to have by the pool. Their greek salad was delicious and they always give you unlimited bread, olive oil and balsamic vinegar with everything you order! We ordered these, and drinks to the poolside many times and the staff were happy to bring it to you. Breakfast was fab! There is a lovely buffet every morning of tea, coffee, juices, toast, pastries, cakes, ham, cheese, yoghurt with a special greek cherry compote, nuttella etc. and a small amount of fruits. We were silly and unfortunately we didn't realise that the hot/cooked breakfast items were also free until the last day, it's just they are made to order so we missed out on all of that! If we'd have known they were free we would have taken advantage of this as you could order eggs multiple different ways, other cooked breakfast items and full fruit salads etc. I saw people complain on other reviews that there was no hot breakfast food offered so I want to make it clear there is! And just ask! :) In the day they have a special menu of a few items during the day, like greek salad, and some sandwiches and fries. The club sandwich is AMAZING. In the evenings there was a full menu of lovely greek food like gyros. That was also delicious! They also make alcoholic and non alcoholic cocktails made to order. And they have other ranges of drinks too. I saw reviews saying there was not much choice of food and drink but we did not think this at all. We found the range was perfectly good. The prices are in line with what you would spend in Mykonos, so we thought it was good value for money. If you go you have to try their amazing desert called Mosaiko, which is a delicious biscuity chocolately thing which their chef makes. Location and getting around the island: We thought the location was great, the hotel is up on a hill so you feel relaxed and away from everything. It's perfect for a quiet calm retreat. Because you have the restaurant and pool there, you wouldn't need to leave the place if you didn't want to! Also, because you have the beach down the hill, you have all you need there. The hill was very steep but it only takes five minutes to get up and down. We worried when we saw some reviews but it's perfectly fine to get up and down! You can also walk for about 20-30 mins up to a little town called Ano Mera, we did this and it was fine as long as you're careful, you do need to walk on the roads in some places but it didn't feel dangerous or anything. The town was definitely worth visiting, we went twice. There are some lovely souvenir shops there, a pharmacy, some nice restaurants and cafes, and a supermarket. There is also a cute monastery and museum which is cheap to visit. Taxis are expensive. The hotel are happy to call them for you, or you can download the 'iMove' app which I recommend. Here you can see how much the cost of the journey will be before you accept it and track your driver, a bit like Bolt or Uber. It's around 20-30Euros per journey most places, so you're looking at 40-60Euros for a journey. So if you want to explore you'd need to rent a car to save money. We didn't feel like we really needed to leave the area or hotel as it's so lovely, so we didn't rent a car. Beach: Kalo Livadi beach is nice, it's lovely looking down on the beach and into the sea. It's quite a small beach, but it was quiet as we went out of season. There are two beach clubs on the beach but again as we were out of season they were closed down. When they are open I am sure there would be noise on the beach. I went to one of the beach clubs in Ibiza and it was really fun, so I imagine it's cool when it's open though. We got a taxi to a different beach - Elia, and that was nice, the beach club restaurant was open and was lovely although a bit pricey. Mykonos town: We thought Mykonos town was OK but nothing special, and the restaurants are very, very expensive. The shopping is good though if you fancy wandering around for a few hours. There is an art gallery/museum which is nice, and the windmills were fairly interesting. Staff: By far the BEST thing about this hotel is the staff. Everyone is so kind and friendly. They were so welcoming and happy to look after us wherever they could. They gave us maps for the few times we did venture out and gave us recommendations for Mykonos and Ano Mera town. We loved the little touches like the welcome drinks and complimentary welcome snacks they left us in the room. The waiters in the restaurants were so so polite and lovely, and we enjoyed chatting with them. The managers were always around and there to say hi to you, we enjoyed chatting to them too as no question was too much for them. You can definitely tell they are small caring team and they definitely made our stay better. When we left they said they really enjoyed seeing us happy and enjoying our holiday. We can't wait to go back, although unfortunately we don't know when that will be due to the current pandemic. I highly recommend this hotel if you want to stay in a chilled out place, sunbathe by the pool, venture down to a beach, eat great food, and experience greek hospitality.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: The beach view rooms are a must!
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Louise O wrote a review Oct 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom65 contributions19 helpful votes
We had the pleasure of spending 3 nights at Pietra E Mare and we really couldn’t recommend the hotel higher. The views from the honeymoon suite were breathtaking overlooking the bay and Kalo Livadi beach. The hot tub on the balcony was a delight. We ate several times at the hotel and the food was outstanding. The staff were very friendly and helpful and always a smile on their face from the reception staff to the cleaning ladies we couldn’t fault them. The hotel is isolated and in off season you really need a car if you want to try different restaurants or locations . The bus which leaves from the beach ended on Sunday 6th October so access to Mykonos town would require a taxi at €25/27 each way We will be back
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
DanielPeters wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom25 contributions9 helpful votes
The Hotel Pietra E Mare was perfect for our holidays. We went to Mykonos after the main season at the end of October and the whole trip was highly recommendable. And the hotel played a big role. The location is amazing, offering views over Kalo Livadi which is stunning, especially during sunrise. The beach is just down the hill, around 3-5 minutes walking and one of the best around Mykonos. With your rental car, which you can easily park for free around the property, you can explore the whole island very well and to Mykonos Old Port is just takes you around 25 minutes and around 20 minutes to the Airport. The rooms are very spacious, clean and well designed and we were lucky to have a jacuzzi on our terrace, which was a highlight. The property offers a pool area and relaxation area, which are ideal to lie in the sun and get refreshed. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner and is very nice located, boasting fantastic views over the sea. The breakfast menu is good and the F&B manager really helpful and competent, even assisting my girlfriends special requirements (vegan) and finding solution, whilst keeping up the normal business. Well done!
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Room Tip: It is worth to get a room with Jacuzzi, very relaxing and adds to your holidays.
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carley997 wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom61 contributions12 helpful votes
I selected this hotel mainly because of the view in travellers pictures, and because it wasn’t in Mykonos town.... It didn’t disappoint! The staff are lovely and so personable The food (we stayed on a half board basis, so breakfast and dinner) was delicious There is a different menu for dinner every evening, which is personally read out to you And so much food! 3 courses (including bread and dips) The rooms are very trendy Greek, which I loved, and also very clean Our towels were changed every day You can use hotel towels by the pool, but note that the pool area is a definite wind trap! It costs circa €25/35 Euro from Mykonos airport, and the same to Mykonos town One way The hotel is up a very steep hill, along a very tight/cliff edge road - but the views are worth it The hotel does have a transportation service, so may be easier to prebook that as we found taxis are very few on the island, and we had to wait ages in the queue at the airport.which after an early flight, to just want to get to your hotel Overall though, I would definitely go back, but only stay here! My only gripe is that reception wouldn’t put two sunbeds on my balcony so we could enjoy the view from there. But that’s my only negative! Thank you to the great staff for a lovely stay my mum and I had xx
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Tip the cleaner!
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Mikel45365 wrote a review Sep 2019
73 contributions26 helpful votes
I wanted to leave this review because everyone at the resort was very nice and our experience was good. We are from the states and on a honeymoon throughout Europe, staying only a few nights in each place. So this review is only for 3 nights, not a long holiday like our fellow euro travelers. Wifi: solid with no complaints Food: we only ever ate breakfast here (the free breakfast) and it was fine. I would have preferred more protein and less bread, but then again most places are giving free breakfast full of breads and sugars and so this is typical and I can’t complain. They DID NOT offer eggs bacon sausage etc for free but offered what we would call in the US “lunch meat and cheese “ along with many breads, French toast, Greek yogurt and other things. So solid A for me since the lunch meat was good. Bonus: a sort of adorable little cat that hung around the breakfast area begging and letting you pet it. I like pets so this was cool to me lol Room: solid with great A/C. Never used the tv. They offer robes which is nice Views: pretty amazing - you are overlooking the kalo livadi beach portion of the Aegean Sea with the rocky cliffs and natural vegetation at all times very beautiful. Pool area: solid but quiet. The resort advertises itself as a quiet place so this shouldn’t surprise anyone but if you’re tryna turn up this is not the place for you! We laid out and read books or played on our phones when at the pool. Bali beds are first come first serve and FREE :) Beach : amazing honestly- crystal clear Aegean Sea waters and fine grain sands. Very little rockyness. It’s kind of cold but honestly was warmer than the pool water there. If you want a party hard spot probably book somewhere else but we enjoyed our relaxing stay in Mykonos and would gladly come back. Bonus info: if you are cheap and or poor like us it would behoove you to go to the super market in Ano Mera the Super Flora and get booze and at least some food but especially booze and water since the water on Mykonos is NOT drinkable.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pietra E Mare
Which popular attractions are close to Pietra E Mare?
Nearby attractions include Lola Bar-Cafe (4.3 miles), Rarity Gallery (4.2 miles), and Mykonos Vioma Organic Farm (2.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Pietra E Mare?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Pietra E Mare?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Pietra E Mare?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Pietra E Mare?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pietra E Mare?
Conveniently located restaurants include Baos Fine Dining, NOA Greek Restaurant, and Phos Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Pietra E Mare?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Pietra E Mare?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Pietra E Mare?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Archaeological Site of Delos (4.3 miles), Lena's House (4.2 miles), and Three Wells (4.2 miles).
Does Pietra E Mare have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.