Ilio Maris Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIlio Maris Hotel Mykonos
The staff members are amazingly helpful and friendly - probably the hotel's greatest asset. The location is also perfect, being 2 minutes' walking distance from the main town's primary bus stop and close to the centre of the town.
A big negative was that the hotel doesn't have free wifi. You have to buy (expensive) vouchers, something which is unthinkable in 2013. On the one morning we also had to wait 15 or 20 minutes to have breakfast, because there were no tables available. While I appreciate that these things sometimes happen, we weren't the only ones waiting - there were at least 3 other parties waiting with us, which obviously indicates that they need to do something about it.
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... socialising and catching up with each other. The people we have spoken to are really friendly and have a good chat to you. The elderly ladies in the street usually give you a big smile and say 'Kalimera'.
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... apples, read as 'heavily pock-marked' into a bag for us, then dried figs, and pomegranates, despite us saying, no thanks, no more. Then he had the cheek to charge us 7.8 euro, but as usual David had developed this wonderful rapport with him, so how could I call him a cheat and a thief! We paid the money and laughed and drove off with a bag of rotten fruit and 7.8 euro lighter. At least we didn't buy the alcohol in ...
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