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All reviewsacross the roadair conplenty of sunbedshard bedspool areashower cubiclebeautiful islandfree safenext yearyogurtgood sizesea viewrelaxing holidayold villagecontinental breakfasttwo weeksbasic hotel
Stayed at the Makis after booking a last minute deal with Thomson and really struck lucky. The staff are very friendly and attentive. The whole hotel is spotlessly clean and the rooms although fairly basic are perfectly adequate and importantly have air conditioning. The pool...More
Two week holiday at the Makis Hotel Skala Kefalonia, for my husbands 75th birthday on 6th May, and our 54th wedding anniversary on the 7th May. fantastic holiday at a wonderful hotel. spotless clean all over. staff could not do enough for you, and so...More
Went to the Makis hotel for a weeks brake with my sister as I had stayed there before fro when the hotel first opened I was worried that things might have changed, no need to worry. A great location for a quite restful week, staff...More
Really enjoyed our stay at the Makis. What can I say that hasn't already been said..................
The location is superb, just across the road from the beach. It seemed to be the first week of the new season. No need to reserve sunbeds early in...More
A very well run quiet hotel,near to beach and main street,a place to wind down and relax,FANTASTIC sun rise.
Bar food served only up to 5pm but you are close enough to tavernas ,staff can't do enough for you,be prepared to take cat biscuits as...More
Response from LinBazColchester | Reviewed this property |
It's a short walk - as others have said - but there is quite a steep hill to climb (there are also steps if you prefer) to get to the restaurants and shops in the main town. There are other restaurants along the sea-front... More
It's a short walk - as others have said - but there is quite a steep hill to climb (there are also steps if you prefer) to get to the restaurants and shops in the main town. There are other restaurants along the sea-front but not as many.