Went there in July. Our rep dropped us outside just before midnight and told us everything was sorted. At reception they were not expecting us. Maria give us a key to a room and told us we would sort it out in the morning. That was really nice of her since she didn't have to do it. The room was close to the pool, ground floor and really suffered from a lot of traffic noise so didn't sleep.
I went to reception early to try and catch the rep but Maria beat me to it. She told me everything was sorted and offered me another room. This one was on the second floor, had the sun on the balcony pretty much all day long.
It was as hot as hell when we went - really I wasn't expecting the heat to be what it was.
Wi-Fi is available in reception - which is a nice place to sit and relax - but oddly it's not available in-room.
The hotel is situated next to a big supermarket so you can get everything you need from there. The room had a fridge and cooker too. We never actually ate at the hotel as a result so I can't comment on the food.
Beer wasn't really that cheap but Babis the barman is a good guy, he has time for everyone and he makes cocktails from scratch unlike a lot of bars where the cocktails come pre-mixed. Babis knows what he's doing and that is an asset.
Babis makes a point to know his customers and always says hello when your passing by and makes a real effort to make to you feel comfortable.
I should mention Maria too, I think she has a dry sense of humor which I liked and she too made you feel at home. In many ways Maria and Babis are the main reasons I would consider going back. Babis if you are reading this I'm sure we'll meet again.
The hotel is at the 'far' end of the 'strip' - I say strip because a lot of building were abandoned. The beach it at the other end of 'the strip' but for me that was a bonus because at night it was lovely and quiet with no drunken revelers to spoil the ambiance.
For eating I recommend Mamas 7Days which is nearby - nice food, nice people.
This has been my first trip to Greece and everyone told me how friendly the Greek were but it's sooo true. They are such nice people.
We spent most of our days sat on the balcony, going out to eat on the odd night and having a drink in the bar before retiring back to the balcony. Even during the night it is lovely and warn sitting on the balcony.
It's a 2 star hotel in my opinion. The rooms could use some attention but having said that it was well worth the price we paid. As I said earlier the people is what really make the hotel. The room was clean though and really looking back I have no complaints - I would go back again.
Anyway if you have any questions send me a message and I'll upload some photos of the room if I can find them.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sunny Days studios & apartments are situated at Tigaki of Kos 500 meters from the beach. There is a TV, air-condition, safe box, radio, multi oven, electric fan, private bathroom, and a private balcony in every room. We have a swimming pool and a playground for the young. Also we have Internet cafe, free wi-fi, amusement games and satellite TV with sky sports. The bus stop is only 30 meters away and the center of Kos 12km. We promise you a pleasant stay at a beautiful family like surrounding and we 'll gladly offer you our hospitality. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sunny Days Hotel Tigaki
- Sunny Days Kos/Tigaki, Greece