The hotel staff were very friendly and accommodating. The place was in an excellent location and the sea-view room did have a lovely sea view! It was set back one street from the beach, but only 2mins walk to the waters edge. The room was simple, light and airy. Good value for money.
The hotel is very close to the seaside. The hotel has no view to the sea although it is very close to the seaside. The rooms must have been recently redecorated though they are small and the bathroom is very small with no comforts. The rooms where not very clean.
good hotel, good staff, good position, close to the sea. windy on the afternoon, too much stones on the the beach
Based on the reviews I read in Tripadvisor I expected excellent hospitality, convenient location and friendly people. This is exactly what I found. The breakfast was also amazing. It could get a bit windy in the afternoon
Everything was clean, and comfortable, the staff was extremely friendly and nice. 100%, totally recommended, worth the price. For windsurfers there are surf storage, you can rig on the grass .
Good staff, good location, very clean, wireles Internet access. Pretty loud in the rooms, loudness from outside, and inside hotel.
I was overwhelmed by the location of the Hotel, only a few yards from the beach. The rooms were spacious and very clean .The staff was very attentive. Very nice English breakfast with delicious local honey. There is a vending fridge with beverages in very reasonable, even for a hotel, prices. There is always room for improvement in small details.
very friendly stuff, excellent breakfast with homemade greek specialties, spacious rooms with cooking abilities,100m to the beach, surf rental and courses at neighbour hotel (Portofico) with 10% discount for Hotel guests (http://www.human-sports.com/), again very friendly team there. We really enjoyed our 2nd stay on Lefkas. As mentioned by other guests, not the best noise isolation between rooms, mainly from the room above, if someone is walking around ... (but could be that this is generally true for such buildings in Greece...)