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All reviews steep hill barman george makes great cocktails pool bar kitchen facilities kind lady hired a scooter cleaned on a daily basis plenty of sunbeds airport or port great sunset a lovely stay clean rooms definitely stay here again little venice amazing views sek
My better half & I stayed at Sofia Village for 11 night in mid September. The pool area is lovely and has a great vibe thanks to George the super barman. Drinks prices were extremely reasonable compared to everywhere else we visited on Mykonos. Staff...More
I really enjoyed this hotel. It really seems like you are a guest at a mykonian small neighborhood and Sylvia who welcomed us made it clear from the beginning. She helped us with information and reservations and was always very positive and efficient!
My family and I stayed at Sofia Village and it was amazing!!!! All the staff were so polite and always helped us when needed, I had my 2 year old daughter with me and they were amazing and accommodating to her making her Baby cinos...More
Hotel was very distant from town...quite high in hills. Seemed to be party city with lots of groups. All afternoon pool area was crowded and there was no seating if you wanted to sun. Also quite rowdy and loud with people drinking. Room was not...More
There is definitely false advertising involved in selling this place.
The rooms were musty and moldy and smelled terribly.
Sofia (the owner ) is terrible !
It isn't worth your money to support an establishment that abuses its guests and isn't even well-equipped.
Response from SmashleyNYC | Reviewed this property |
If you can swing it, I would recommend more than just a day trip. The high speed ferry gets you there in under and hour, the regular ferry ! think is closer to 90minutes. Naxos is the biggest island in the Cyclades and... More
If you can swing it, I would recommend more than just a day trip. The high speed ferry gets you there in under and hour, the regular ferry ! think is closer to 90minutes. Naxos is the biggest island in the Cyclades and there is much to see and do from beaches, to Naxos town to smaller interior villages or Mount Zas/Zeus (which is the highest point in the island chain) We were there 3 days and would have stayed longer if we could have!