Travel Blogs from Skiathos
... early. Again. If this keeps happening I'll be glad to see the back of these two. It doesn't help that I am writing this as I just woke up and am a little grumpy. I don't think they know the meaning of a holiday. It's true that it's hard to find someone you can travel with. I mean I understand making the most of a holiday but seriously, 7am wake up calls?!! This is so not what I signed up for !!! This was the point I realised I was not continuing with the blog and I ...
... cultures have been documented on the island.
Bas once again chose a magnificent selection of food for lunch that was enhanced with views from the taverna over Aegean Sea. Every beach has one or two tavernas serving food, coffees and drinks.
After a brief rest back at headquarters 5.30pm was time to head for a Camino experience after driving high into ...
Strong winds greeted the morn. Pam had been up during the night rescuing deck chairs, cushions, towels and clothing from the balcony. Wooden window shutters rattled away with each gust.
The girls took time out for shopping exploration. Tony and ...
... Jutta, that asked us to join them at the local beach. The road leading there was too primitive for Harley, so we were so greatful for the ride. This picture perfect sandy beach was tucked into a small cove surrounded by high cliffs. To reach it you had to side step down about 50 feet of crude stairs. Beach, pool, beach, pool, beach, pool, that about sums it up.
After about five days of this we started reevaluating our next desirable destinations ...
... home everyone pitched in for a BBQ for seventeen people. Apostolos contributed with some a vegetable bake and yoghurt dish. He also got people going with dishing out shots of tsiporou. Apart from salads there was lamb, sausage and chicken. The kids (30 to 20 year olds) provided local deserts. It was a great fun night for the different generations to chat sharing stories of Skopelos and life ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Paradise Hotel Skiathos
We have just returned from this hotel after a wonderful two weeks. This was our 5th year at the same hotel and we can't praise it enough. The food is excellent and the hotel and rooms are spotless.
The name sums it up
Our first time in greece and we could not have picked a better place to stay.
The family made us welcome from day one. I will definately return to the paradise hotel next year. thank you to Dimitri and all his family and staff
for making us feel at home. nothing was to much trouble. and they could not help us enough. once again the hotel name sums it all up. I would recommend this hotel to everybody
The Hotel Paradise in Kaatsarou,Skiathos is just that "Paradise"
As we walked into the cool reception for the ten year running we knew we had returned to our second home.
We've just returned from a week's stay at the Hotel Paradise 10th - 17th June 2005. Having stayed at the Skiathos Princess for two weeks in 2002, we were looking for a smaller, 'value for money' hotel closer to Skiathos Town for our one week stay.
All you could ever dream off.
The staff are very friendly can not do enough to make sure your stay is wonderful.
Rooms are very clean and all will have wonderful views of either the sea or inland. Will not be disapointed with your allocated room.
The free bus service is a god send and worth while making note of the time table when you arrive at the hotel.
Your stay at Paradise Hotel will be total paradise.
See you again Soon
It did not take long to fall in line with the rest of the Hotels guest at the Paradise as this being are first visit we where very impressed with the standards Lazing by the swimming pool, some good walking, and easy access to the beach downhill all the way As it is a family run hotel they all have their part to play in your holiday from the front desk to the Kitchen Fantastic views from the hotel, excellent food, and room standards very good. Thats why half the people we met keep going back
Must not forget the punctual courtesey bus
See you again soon
The Paradise Hotel is set up high on a hill, and has stunning views of the ocean and other islands. The location is very convenient, as it is nice and close to Skiathos town. I think this is definately something to consider when visiting Skiathos.
A little bit of 'Paradise'
Just back from our 3rd visit, but most people that we speak to have been even more times!. The hotel is situated high up in a tranquil location with a pine forest behind and fantastic sea views in front. You are certain of a warm and friendly greeting by all the staff at this hotel run by Vaios and his family Maintained to a high standard,with excellent food available at the Hotel, but if you fancy a change Billy will take you in the minibus to Skiathos town with its many Tavernas. The only problem is that it is 2 years before we can go back.-Pat & April.