Livadaki Village Hotel

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July, 2018

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We spent a very hot week at this hotel in July. It is in a fairly rural location approximately 15 minutes walk down a very steep hill to the coastal town of Skala. First impressions were poor, as our loo was grimy and stained brown, necessitating a trip to the supermarket straight away to buy cleaning products. The hotel is basic but with a good looking pool and a nice bar. Drinks were expensive at 3 Euros for a Nescafe and 4 Euros for a beer. The daytime menu was limited to a handful of snacks (the Greek salad was OK) and also quite expensive. The hotel does not serve evening meals. Breakfast was Spartan and poor quality. I decided that the meat and cheese looked pretty uninviting so ate only bread with jam for breakfast every day. The coffee from the machine at breakfast was dire. Evenings in the town of Skala were a delight with plenty of good restaurants to choose from. A taxi back up the hill was only 5 Euros. I wouldn’t recommend this hotel to the less mobile (well, I wouldn’t recommend it full stop actually).

We paid extra for aircon which was OK. Our room was minimally furnished and had a TV (we didn’t switch on so cannot comment on channels). Wifi was patchy. There is a tiny library in reception which I found excellent. It’s true that you get what you pay for, and as our budget was limited we probably couldn’t have expected anything better.


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