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Just returned from a week here. It's a nice little family run place just away from the craziness of Mykonos Town. The hill that everyone talks about is quite steep! I wouldn't bother walking down it in heels and we just paid €5 for a...More
Mykonos is very expensive one restaurant we saw wanted 9 euro for 1lt of water, sofia village is very nice though, we had a room that was on the out side of the complex and was attached to another property and the owner would bring...More
Room standard is simple. Aircon is good, the bed not so much. Borderline rude staff, no breakfast, you have to walk up a long hill each time you go to town. The hotell served its purpose, but we'll not return.
We will never stay here again. Their business is a joke. We found the staff mostly rude or borderline rude and unprofessional. When we rented an ATV from another location, the shuttle guy seemed to get upset and take it personal.
Our roomed was changed...More
It’s best place to stay near town
Prices are best as we got what we paid for
All staff were helping and generous to us
We were group of 10
We enjoyed a lot
They had also arrange transfer for us which was on time...More
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!