We didn't stay in the Mandraki hotel, but ate in the Elia's Restaurant. It isn't somewhere that we would usually try just because of the boutique style, we usually go for the mroe traditional Greek tavernas. We tried this as it had excellent reviews on trip advisor and we weren't disappointed. I have no idea what the people in the last reveiw are talking about, as I'm certain it was the same guy that served us, would have served them as their stay was only a week before ours. He was very confident, and witty, but polite at all times, and very courteous (did a little kind of bow as we left, and thanked us for eating with them). The food was beautifully presented and tasted great! My partner and I have a rule that we don't eat in the same place twice on holiday, as we like to try loads of different places, however we made an exception with this place and returned the night after. They were very pleased to see us. ;-)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Plunging into the woods and from there, into the heart of the sea - a relaxing holiday in the Greek islands. Walking through the Koukounaries beach and parklands, 200 metres from the hotel, is a memorable experience. Some other beautiful beaches on the northern part of Skiathos Island, Greece, are the beaches of Mandraki and Elia’s, after which we have named this Skiathos luxury boutique hotel and restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mandraki Village Boutique Hotel Skiathos/Koukounaries