The Mitsis Ramira Beach Hotel

Address: Psalidi, Kos, Dodecanese, Psalidi, Kós, Dodecanese, 85300, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Psalidi, Kos, Dodecanese, Psalidi, is near Asklepion, Zia, Kamari Beach, and Kos Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Up-Hus-Idyll Neuruppin

    Do not go.......

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    We were sold our holiday to Kos through Sunstar Leisure and were told that we were staying at a 5* all inclusive hotel (last minute deal). The hotel is not a 5* at all. It was clean, but meal choice was repetitive and drinks were awful. Not much to do in Psalidi, but would recommend hiring a push bike for the day. There are cycle paths all the way to Kos Town, so you dont have to use the main roads. Apart from that nothing much else. If you do end up eating out, then go to a bar called 'Europe' its about a 20 min walk, but staff are really friendly and the food is excellent. I am so glad we did not have to pay full price for this holiday as I would have been extremely disappointed. You actually sleep on a concrete bed with a 2inch mattress on top! Also we flew with an airline called Alexander Air, what ever you do I would not recommend using these. We had a 10 hour delay on the way home because they only have ONE plane and also fly to Manchester on the same day as Gatwick. It only holds about 180 people but it smelt like a public toilet, and the cabin crew were not the best to say the least.

    A fantastic hotel, can't wait to go back

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    I have just got back home from a week in Kos at the Ramira Beach Hotel. I am gutted to be home as it was the best holiday of my life and one week was definatley not enoungh. The hotel is fantastic, ALL the staff can not do enough for you. There is a great selection of food, drink and entertainment to cater for even the fussiest guest. I loved it so much I am just looking into going back!

    Great Hotel

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    Excellent hotel we have just come back from this hotel and i would defently go again. The staff are so friendly the amination team are fantastic you will defently have a laugh. the food was great but only one concern that there was not a lot of choice for children especially if they are fussy i did put a suggestion in the box at reception. the pool is very deep so keep an eye on the kids All in All a great holiday would go back again.

    Mossies galore

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    not a 5 or even 4 star accomodation, rooms basic . bird poo on balcony in 4 different rooms after requesting change in rooms, a/c very noisy in one room. smell of diesel in another above scooter outlet. staff very friendly with food good. lots of mosquitoes about even during day . Bathroom in need of upgrade although clean. do not get room over looking ampi- theatre as very noisy until 12 midnight. plenty of dinks available. would not reccomend this hotel- glad I was there for only a week.

    Absolutely amaaaaaazing!!!

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    i have no faults with this hotel! the staff were so welcoming and fun! i am one hundred percent going back there again this year! i go on two holidays a year and this is by far the best holiday i have been on! ever so enjoyable! i would recomend it to anyone! it is a great place for people of all ages! my two teenage girls, amanda and sadie, adoooored it! and are planning to go back with their friends when they can afford it! thank you ramira! xxx sadanda xxx

    This is not a 5* hotel

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    Having said that we had a very enjoyable stay. The hotel itself is well kept and the food is excellent. The only thing that let the hotel down was the bedrooms. Although clean, they were very basic with the bathroom shower not connected to the wall, odd tiles and the ceramics were dated and damaged. If you can put up with the bedrooms, then you should enjoy your stay. PS - try not to book with SunStar Leisure though!

    Its was better then i thought

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    i went to ramira beach on the 7 july 2004 and its is a really good hotel. i didnt think the food was that good for my childern(age 1 and 5) they didnt hardly eat... but apart from that it was a real laugh and i had loads of fun. the staff are really good with the kids and i think that is really inportant!!!! we met some really good friends and have alot of good memoris. all in all its a good hotel if u dont have fussy kids..

    Quality Hotel

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    I went to the Ramira Beach Hotel recently for a weeks holiday, and ive got to say its one of the best hotels ive ever stayed in.The standards of hygine are impeccable, the pool is large with lots of sun loungers all around, the staff are extremely welcoming- especially the animation team(they were v.friendly and made my holiday alot of fun-patrick is a great guy).The food was lovely and there was a large selection. I wouldent think twice about going again! Thank You Ramira Beach......

    Super holiday

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    We have been to the Ramera Beach first time. It was SUPER holiday. Hotel, swimming pool and bech are very clean. Food was EXCELENT. I can advice for all. Next year (holiday) I want be here again. Our thanks to hotel personal!!!

    A smashing hotel

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    I have been to the Ramera Beach three times, this is one of the nicest hotels I have had the pleasure to stay at. Firstly the food is excellent,we love the animation team, there is something for every one. From the Manger, Reception ,Maids,Bar Staff.

    We like it that much we are going again in September. Ramira Beach is value for your money.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Up-Hus-Idyll Neuruppin

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Psalidi

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    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... to me that the people don't seem to be in trouble, well at least not here. All the women were dolled up to the nines! Hair and make up done, formal evening gowns, heels - all to walk up to this little church to attend mass and kiss photos of the idols adorning the walls of a cave. It was a spectacle to be seen! And as you walk up the hill slopes, the street is lined with food vendors, toys - lots of toys, knick knacks, and trinkets. And everyone is buying ...

    Are We In England?

    A travel blog entry by lindawb on Jul 18, 2015

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    Day 17 After driving past beautiful views and impressive resorts along the peninsula, arrived at our not so impressive accommodation near the marina. We did have a lovely pool and the receptionist was extremely helpful, so all was not lost. Walked down to the water and were bombarded by the assault of English accents. (I probably should have felt at home. ). Bodram is apparently one of ...

    Shall we go home now?

    A travel blog entry by markandgina on Jun 28, 2015

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    Climbing the Walls

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jun 25, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

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    I'd taken the cure and had just gotten through

    A travel blog entry by markandgina on Jun 19, 2015

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