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this is an excellent family-run medium sized hotel. It is quite quirky and informal so may not be to everyone's taste, but the service is excellent, and nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are comfortable, but not luxury. There is an excellent swimming pool
I found the Hotel Saron very accommodating. Run by an German ex marathon runner called Heidi Schlatter and her husband. Sort of 70's in décor but lovely atmosphere and wonderfully friendly staff willing to help in any fashion. I arrived late at night on the...More
Basic rooms but well priced. We paid 85 Euros for 4 of us including breakfast. The pool is big and deep and awesome and worth stating here for that alone !!
This place is clean and if you want a decent, non fancy hotel, this...More
This is a small hotel located between the village of Lavrion (5kms) and Cape Sounion (5kms) where the famous Poseidon temple is located. Is also close to Athens airport just 30 mins ride and also close to Athens. There is a public bus service but...More
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Response from HARA D, Manager at Hotel SaronResponded 10 March 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write this review after your recent stay at the Saron Hotel. We are delighted you overall enjoyed your stay with us. Hopefully will we have the opportunity to welcome you back soon.
Everything was pretty bad here. Rooms are about what you get at a youth hostel. The place is loud, walls and doors are paper thin, you can hear everything your neighbors are up to. Beds are uncomfortable. Elevator is up a flight of stairs so...More
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Response from HARA D, Manager at Hotel SaronResponded 2 March 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write your review after your recent stay at the Saron Hotel. We were very disappointed to read that you did not enjoy your stay with us. However, we appreciate every feedback we receive.
I had to take a taxi all of the way because I had a lot of luggage. A hotel employee said there was an option of metro combined with bus but I didn't explore it. The hotel owners know a taxi driver who was dependable... More
I had to take a taxi all of the way because I had a lot of luggage. A hotel employee said there was an option of metro combined with bus but I didn't explore it. The hotel owners know a taxi driver who was dependable, Giannis. The local service is also good. The main problem with the taxi is simply the traffic. You should consult with them in advance to make realistic plans.
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"Rooms on the North side are the most quiet ones."