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Santorini is an expensive place to visit and a lot of hotels looked very expensive to us even in the less picturesque Karmari area ( compared to the west of the Island - Fera etc) so we opted for this hotel which did not provide...More
The title sums it up. The hotel is clean and well maintained. Our room was cleaned daily without fail. The staff are friendly and the location is good, it is a five/ten minute walk to the local amenities and bus stop. If you walk a...More
I have been at sunflower hotel during July'17 with my wife and daughter. And stayed there for four nights. The location was perfect, not far not not very near to the sea shore. We reached at the hotel in the evening from port via a...More
With reference to the review 'Faulty Towers" don't take any notice - there is no pleasing some people.
When do you ever go on a self catering holiday to anywhere in the world and you are provided with washing up liquid and cloths to do...More
Spent two weeks there Sideris, George and Gregory were very good hosts showed us around even cooked us some local dishes.
Yes you may have to pay extra for air con but this is normal if you go cheep through an agent, book direct!
$47 - $137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#23 Romantic Hotel in Kamari
#26 Family Hotel in Kamari
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Response from LiverpoolDavo | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we were there in June and there is a large wardrobe but I hung my long dresses on outside of the wardrobe, not on the front of the wardrobe but on the side of it as it was a free standing wardrobe, hope this helps.