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Lovely hotel, a bit of TCL required in places but really enjoyable. Never been to Pefkos, Rhodes before but absolutely loved it. Nice family run hotel, clean and friendly. Room spacious, bathroom needs a bit of care but did everything we needed it to. Pool...More
We originally stumbled upon the Thalia hotel when looking or a self catering holiday in Pefkos back in 2016.
Thalia came up at nearly £100 per person cheaper for a 2 week stay. We booked it with the rationale of having breakfast and maybe lunch...More
Such a shame that the mistakes by the owners, Regarding the repetition of the Food and the presentation of the Food, (keeping it Hot for instance)?? Has NOT changed one bit since June/July of 2016...Sadly, This said we will NOT return again to this Hotel,...More
This is our second year staying here and I would definitely return again. The accommodation is basic but spacious and spotlessly clean. Each year we've had the 2 x bedroom family apartments on the ground floor. Ideal for our family of four with two double...More
This hotel is is in a great location, it’s close to bars, tavernas, shops and the local beach. But some nights can be noisy as live music is played in a near by bar but it does stop between 12/1am. The hotel is quite noisy...More
US$53 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from BluearmyCumbria | Reviewed this property |
Ours was like Tony's, really a health hazard. I think when the hotel gets bad rain it must flood the poolside rooms hence all the flooded furniture. I'm no means a snob and knew there was issues but cleanliness costs... More
Ours was like Tony's, really a health hazard. I think when the hotel gets bad rain it must flood the poolside rooms hence all the flooded furniture. I'm no means a snob and knew there was issues but cleanliness costs nothing. I wouldn't even risk going back the 2nd time. Thanks Tony for responding.