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... we could go to our host's boat, we first had to launch the dinghy. Bertrand was anchored 400 feet away from Milena, so us trusty three loaded our arms with champagne and small gifts for Aphrodite -- and off we sped to "Morghan",This is going to be a celebration lunch, because Bertrand bought this boat 3 years ago, and completely transformed it from a homely tourist boat holding 90 people, to a small gaff-rigged sail boat, ...
... time arrived, and Marina had made hoagie sandwiches for each of us. The only place it was smooth enough to eat, was in the cockpit. Such fun it is to eat hoagie sandwiches in the cockpit, with a delicious glass of cold white wine. The sea was still acting up a little with our nose into the wind. This type of wave action is much easier to manipulate through than the rolling side to side. We arrived at the very small island of Levita around 6:00p.m., entering into the little ...
... easier than people had told us and than it looked from the ground. I couldn't even describe the view, ill let the pictures do the talking, it was beautiful! Inside the monistary was j's favorite part because we got given alcohol and ushered into a room, before we could realize there was a pisd monk in there chatting and drinking with the locals. He was very enthusiastic and animated, telling what we are sure was an intriguing story. . . If ...
... each port along the way we realise how deep it must be when sizing up the ships docking. J saying his catch phrase "it looks fishy in there" at each port. We finally arrive at Amorgos at 1:30pm after a fairly rough ferry ride. We got to take in some of the other islands as we cruised past them en route. We met with our hotel transfer and went for some sort of rally drive thru the hills for about 40min to get to our hotel. It was a pretty ...
Koronidas is right next to the mountain Koronos which is situated in the northern part of Naxos, Greece. The town is untypical for this region, because usually in summer there are hardly any clouds in Naxos, but today were plenty of clouds rolling ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Aegialis Hotel & Spa
We stayed at the Aegialis Hotel between August 2nd and 16th 2005, in room 146. We had a splendid holiday. The views from our balcony over Aegialis Bay were wonderful. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and did their best to meet our needs. The bathroom was well appointed and comfortable as was our double bed. The room was adequately spacious for two. There is maid service each day. We nicknamed her Miss Click-Clack owing to her cork sandals skittling across the tiled floors.
Sia vanilla cafe
I visited aegialis hotel in july and august and I really enjoyed my stay..with the exception of a few misfortunes..
I stayed in the aegialis hotel....and hated the dirty room and awful food which was provided..loved the view though and vanilla...the only reason I enjoyed my stay was due to the pretty little girl working in vanilla...i think her name was sia! I enjoyed seing her smile everyday and always was sweet and cute! she lightened the entire cafe...and all the credit is on her..for any customers coming and visiting vanilla!
I was very sad when I went again and she was not there...no wonder it is empty now..
We just came back from five nights; found the hotel in the french 'Guide du Routard' and made a reservation for a "Superior Room" by phone.
Very very dirty!!!!
I was there 2 weeks ago. The view and the swimming pool were very nice (very big and cleaned) but many other things were not good at all ! My room was dirty, like it wasn't cleaned for 2 months!!!! hairs, hair, spiders , dust every where!!! I comlplained at the reception but nothing has been done. It was dirty during my 5 nights stay!!! The bathroom was also terrible: very old shower, dirty curtain, sink broken, glasses dirty.... very bad smell....
Also, I rent a bike at the hotel : 18 euros per day , very expensive!!!!
We were made most welcome by the friendly family owners. The view from the room was fantastic over the bay and the dining room and pool were priceless for their locaton. There was plenty of choice at breakfast but the speciality was the evening dinner which was served to a very high standard. We enjoyed ourselves so much that we are returning for 7 days this June (05)
Philip and Stella
We stay at Aegialis hotel five nights the end of July 2004.Apart from the pool service from Greek and very pretty girl (Heleni if we remember well) all the others (personel) were terible. The people who served the breakfast were unpolite and some times the food it wasn't so fresh. The owner was all the time with a big smile and she was like fooling us . Me and my housband we noticed from the beginning. Of course we had to say that Aegialis hotel at Amorgos has perfect sea view.....! Now when my housband read this reviews in your site we decided to give you our opinion for all interested for Aegialis Hotel in Amorgos. Another thing is the the hotel is too expencive for this sevice. Our room was very nice.But we had problems with room service and food. They are not very clean in their hotel kitchen and the dishes were the same every day. The only thing that we enjoy was the pool bar. We dont see rat like the others but some clients told us about this matter. We leave after our five days (that we payed before from French) and we went at Naxos and Paros. Sorry About my English I live in Paris but I thing that you understood me well.
We have recently come back from staying at the hotel. They arranged our wedding for us. The accomodation was superb and the whole family and staff could not do enough for us and made us feel very welcome. The food was plentiful and although we went out of season they did their best to invite us to places in the evening.
To all interested,
Great views, ideal location, but the hotel did not live up to our expectations. It's just not worth paying 115$ for a small room with old furniture, and an extremely noisy air-condition. The pool and the restaurant is a plus to the hotel, but I would rather pay half the price and stay in a hotel in Aegialis. Despite of that, Amorgos is a great island to visit independently on where you stay. The hotel is definitely not the best that Amorgos has to show.