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Reviewed June 23, 2019

We arrived late evening after a long day travelling from the UK. We were happy and excited on the first night of our holiday during which we were planning to explore parts of Evia we hadn't seen before. We were somewhat disappointed and deflated therefore, to receive one of the coldest receptions we have ever received during 25 years of travelling around Greece. The lady was senior in years but really should understand that a warm welcome would be appreciated on arrival at the hotel. First impressions are very important.

However we were very happy with our sea view room which was spacious and very clean.

We actually fell in love with the hotel. Yes, it is not modern, it really is a period piece which gives it a special calm and safe atmosphere. We could have happily stayed for weeks.

The location is perfect, within easy flat walking distance of restaurants, bars and shops in the town.

We had only planned on staying a couple of nights but extended our stay by several nights. I took advantage of the peaceful atmosphere and worked on my laptop in the downstairs sitting area for hours each morning.

There is a large swimming pool at the hotel which was very quiet when we were there in September. The area around it was relaxing,clean and very pleasant.

At the end of the day it is all down to individual taste. This hotel has a fabulous 1950s/60s feel to it and the price is very very reasonable. We have, in the past, always stayed in Rafina at Hotel Avra on our way to and from Athens airport but it costs three times what you pay here and is in truth no more comfortable.

Hotel Nireus will be our first choice in this area from now on but I do hope the staff learn the importance of friendly interaction with their guests.

Room tip: Sea view was absolutely worth the extra supplement.
Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank DingleDaisy
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Reviewed June 4, 2019

If you are looking for somewhere to put your head down for the night and you don’t want to pay a lot, ;this is a good choice. The beds are comfortable, all be it we were given a room with single beds, (I believe double beds were available) a shower that gives constant hot water, a hairdryer and most other things that are necessary for a night’s accommodation, this is a good choice. The fact that the shower was lacking a section of door really isn’t a problem, neither are the old fashioned radiators or old furniture. Everything was very clean and everything worked.
If your requirements include state of the art shower and designer furniture it’s definetly not somewhere you would enjoy. If, however, you are looking for a beautiful view of the glistening sea and a hotel location within a short drive from Athens airport, friendly staff and great value ( 43 E) this, in my view, is a good choice.

Date of stay: June 2019
2  Thank nfluffball
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Reviewed May 28, 2019 via mobile

Traveling through Greece, and was looking for affordable accommodation. This is the place, clean bedding and rooms, very friendly staff who can not do enough for you, coffee in the room if requested. This is an ideal location directly on the beach with plenty of bars and cafes to chose from. The hotel offers food in season but unfortunately was closed when I visited. I am happy to recommend this hotel to and body traveling on a budget. Pictures are the view from my balcony stunning.

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Prestonrover60
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Reviewed October 7, 2018 via mobile

If you want to experience Hannibal Lecter or a mental ward, stay here! This is the creepiest hotel I’ve stayed in! We walked into a 1950’s what looked like to be a mental hospital. We arrived late at night and we were greeted by a lobby full of old people in wheelchairs. The elevator could only take 2 people without luggage so we had to go up 1 person at the time. The room smelled of smoke, an old rotary phone, single beds...
The only plus: great view of the sea. I will never go back and don’t recommend this hotel!

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Mila A
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Reviewed April 29, 2018

As many reviewers have said, staying here is like taking a trip back in time.
But this is not necessarily bad. The place is really clean, has extremely helpful and friendly staff and the decor and furnishing, whilst they look like something out of the 50s, have been meticulously maintained so that the whole experience is like entering and staying in a very well-kept museum.
The drawbacks? The bed was hard and the shower was really difficult to control, and had little power - mainly because the hot water system came at a greater pressure than the cold, so getting the right mix and having more than a trickle was *really* difficult.
For that reason, I would not want to stay here for an extended period of time, but for a one or two night stand (perhaps before or after flying to/from Athens or taking a ferry to/from Rafina) I recommend it and would book it again.
Given that a room in April cost 30 euro, it was also excellent value for money.

Date of stay: April 2018
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