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Mediterranean White

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#58 of 73 hotels in Santorini
Mediterranean White Hotel is located at Ag. Paraskevi,Kamari,Santorini. Renovated at 2017 our Hotel is offering all modern facilities to our Guests.
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Free parking
Free Internet
Breakfast included
Airport transportation
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Outdoor pool
Shuttle Bus Service
Wheelchair access
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Non-smoking rooms
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Family Resort
Ocean View
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Wonderful time staying at the Med White. The hotel is very clean and well kept. The pool area definitely makes the hotel. The food was very good and huge portions! The hotel location is the only thing that isn’t great but the hotel do offer shuttle buses or taxis are usually never more than €20 anywhere on the island. We walked to Kamari a few times and took around 25 minutes. From the airport the transfer took around 10 minutes. Overall very good stay.
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It was great to come to Santorini once again and we chose this hotel for our second stay. Frankly, we had a great time. Chris welcomed us and helped us with our room orientation and luggage. The room was very clean and tidy. The pool area was simply amazing and the staff were friendly, ensuring that our holiday would be a blast! Special thanks to the Manager Dimitris (I hope I spelled that correctly,) who was professional, friendly and ready to accommodate any requests we had. The only downside was that sometimes the music was a bit loud at night but either than that it was a great stay and we are looking forward to returning next year!
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Firstly let me say that the main outdoor guest areas are very pretty and the whole hotel area in fact is extremely tastefully decorated and set out. The pool and pool bar feel luxurious and there is plenty of outside table settings to take hotel meals out of doors either at the pool bar or the very pretty cobbled and palm tree filled garden area, which is good because the inside of the restaurant is brightly lit and lacking ambiance. The food at the restaurant is very good, although I wasn't sold on the buffet breakfast, we ate in the restaurant most evenings and were pretty happy with our meals. The restaurant manager is great with wine and can advise you which wine is a close equivalent to the variety you usually drink at home, we enjoyed all the wines he selected for us during our visit. Whilst the guest experience has been well designed to create a 5 star feel, it has been done on a 4 star budget which is fine, but it can mean that there are some issues that have been missed. Something I noticed, which wasn't a problem for me, but could be an issue if you are a bit unsteady on your feet, (or wearing high heels) is that there are a number of trip hazards, varying step heights and small unexpected steps. These are the type of things that you would be unlikely to get in a UK hotel due to 'elf'n'safety, but you do need to be aware of elsewhere. The pretty painted timber doors onto the room veranda lock closed over a thin inch long metal rod which when the doors were open would be nasty to step on. We put a shoe over it to make sure we didn't do that. The hotel is VERY close to the airport, but despite some of the planes being very loud I was surprised that the noise didn't bother me at all. There didn't seem to be that many of them and the ones we did notice were more of a novelty than a nuisance. As far as location is concerned this hotel is a little far from Kamari to make it convenient, especially considering it is 15 Euro's in a taxi if the hotel phones it for you and 10 if you phone it yourself (each way). So if you go to Kamari to the beach/promenade in the morning, come back to get showered and changed and head back for the evening you can spend 40-60 euros just on transport. There is a bus from the hotel which you need to book and has limited times on the schedule and if there are two of you it's 8 euros each way anyway. There is a convenience store and cash machine very close to the hotel for supplies. Turn right out of the entrance and you'll find it in a very short distance. There is a beach in an easy walk from the hotel at the end of the road in the direction of the sea (obviously). The best way to get straight to the sunbeds is to walk past the shop mentioned above and turn into the very next hotel down and follow the road/path past the reception and turn left with the private hotel road, it takes you straight through the hotel complex to the bar, restaurant and sunbeds on the seafront. There is another independent restaurant a little further down the beach called Gallini's. It isn't posh, but is far cheaper than most of the tourist offerings. The food was pretty good and the portions were generous. It was the busiest place we found during our visit which was off season in early June. If you want to go to any of the other popular locations you'll need to take a bus from Kamari to Fira then out again to either Oia, or Akrotiri. The buses are cheap enough, at around 2 euros per journey. You could no doubt book private tours or transport from the hotel I suppose though at a price. Sadly it was only on the taxi ride back to the airport that the driver took the scenic seafront route and we realised there was another nice beach with some shops, bars and water activities in a brisk walking distance from the hotel in the opposite direction from Kamari. It definitely wasn't any competition for Kamari with it's pretty and bustling promenade, but it was rather a nice beach which looked a better swimming location than the one nearest the hotel which has large round stones to navigate to try and get into the water. We only had a short 4 night break, during which we tried to pack in some touristy sight seeing, so we didn't discover the best bathing spots nearest the hotel sadly and the desk staff weren't very interested in passing on the local knowledge, perhaps a slight language barrier is to blame for that. On a longer visit I would have had more time to work it out and enjoy it all. The island itself is quite pricey for food and drinks. The prices were pretty much the same as in the UK. 10-12 euros for a cocktail and 20-30 euros for a bottle of wine in a restaurant so you'll need plenty of spending money unless you're going self catering. :)
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Hotel was ok but the staff were amazing! The restaurant staff was very kind and the reception girls really attentive and helpful. The only downside was the laud music from the Bar at midnight and the fact that the hotel is isolated so you have to pay a fortune to visit the island. Anyway was a lovely stay.
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First of all, we loveeeed this hotel! We left the hotel yesterday but we didn’t want to leave and let me tell you why! When we first arrived we’ve had a warm welcome at the reception by Chris (i hope i spell it right) and the sweet girl with short blonde hair (sorry I didn’t get her name :( ). It felt like home on the first day! The room was very clean and there was a babybed already in it when we arrived. We had a balcony and a look over the yard of the hotel which was very pretty! The first days we only had breakfast in the hotel, because most of the time we have eaten outside. The breakfast was very tasty and had a lot of options! The people who work in the kitchen are really sooo nice. Always welcoming you with a smile and asking how you’re doing. The last days we also had lunch and dinner at the hotel, and believe me we regreted that we didn’t had lunch and dinner everyday. It was sooo delicious and well made! Oh and the wine was very yummy!! The pool was very big and clean. The hotel is not that big, so there was always room to lay at the pool and rest with a delicious drink that you can order at the poolbar. Now my favorite part, the poolbar!!! We almost sat every night at the poolbar for some delicious cocktails. We’d like to thank Jo, Nik and Kostas for the hospitality. They made the best cocktails in Santoriniii. They work with soo much passion and are the nicest! Always happy and smiling behind the bar. The taste of music was also good, I think Jo needs a promotion to DJ haha!! Oh and Nik needs a promotion to babysitter hahaha! We are very grateful and happy that we’ve stayed in this hotel. The people who work there are working with so much passion and they feel like family! Always walking around smiling and having attention for you and your child. My daughter was always happy to see Blerta the housekeeper. Not only she cleaned our room almost every day but she was also very sweet. Everytime we walked in our room it smelled so clean. Thank you Blerta!!! Long story short, thank you all for the warm welcome, the great food and the clean room. My biggest compliments are for the staff, they work the hardest. We hope to meet you all again an other time, because we’d like to come back again! We really gonna miss you!
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