AKS Annabelle Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAKS Annabelle Beach Resort Hersonissos
As we arrived to the Hotel, the "family room" we booked wasn' available. so they updated our room without us asking for it to a sweet little apartment "Vila blu". Our all-inclusive did only include a rich buffet 3 times a day, but also cocktails at the pool bar and the other bars at the pool and soft drinks everywhere in the hotel.
The food was always tasty, the were many things to choose of and they always looked fresh. Whenever there were places available on the Restaurants balkony, we choose to sit there with a great view on the ocean. Just wonderful.
The room was clean and really nice with a blue kitchen just how you imagined a greek house to look like. The personnel in the Hotel was really nice, they took care of everything. Also we had many acitivties available, a tennis court right behind our house. The way to the pool wasn't really far and also the hotels' private beach was beautiful. The Hotels' pools were clean and a nice place to stay if you didn't want to get sandy.
On our first day there were people coming in to offer us trips to the sights on the islands or rental cars.
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