TripAdvisor Reviews Ganymede Hotel Central Greece
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Today we board our Louis cristal cruise we are asked to be ready for the bus by 8.30 the bus does not arrive until 10.00am -gotta love Athens traffic, we all stressed and worried we won't make the ship but we do with minutes to spear. We get on the staffs good side from the get go by demanding a group photo even though they said they can only do four at a time, FYI we all fit and ...
As the time goes on it gets worse and worse. We are in Greece, Not Asia!
Suddendly out of the blue, an interesting beautiful figure shows up and I cannot resist taking out the camera and take a picture or two of him.
Then a second one attracts my attention. Eyes full of ...
... are inevitably professionals and I found food delicious and the presentation great. I truly cannot think of something that it was not fresh or not good.
I love the idea of the open kitchens and you come directly in contact with the cooks who recommend and help you choose. I chatted a lot with them and found the conversation we had interesting.
The buffet was indeed that of a 4* hotel.
A great job guys…keep the good work ...
... for something, but the staff is polite and professional and it does not take long when requests are met. We requested something and by the time we were back the request was accomplished. In general the staff around the premises is discreet and polite.
THE PREMISES: Besides the 4-storey main building which is the oldest part of the complex, there is an array of newly built 2-storey bungalows in Greek architecture style nicely furnished, arranged around the ...
Nobody behind the reception, dead silence on the whole floor. I take the lift and get to the ground floor leaving behind my companion. The owner appears totally surprised, she cannot remember my name which I find ridiculous and in my attempt to help her recall her memory I remind her that I am on my tour and that she herself rang me up 3 days back to assure of our arrival. She still cannot remember, until I mention my profession.
During the ...