Happy Days Studios
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- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsHappy Days Studios Malia
Awesome people, awesome place ! Everyone is so welcoming and helpful, the atmosphere is very relaxed and the location is great too; not far from restaurants, shops, a bit of a distance to the beach (20 minute walk) but once you get there it's worth it. Being here in the down season it hasn't been too crazy at the bar downstairs, but I can imagine during high season it would be one of the best places to be ! Tons of seating around the pools to relax and the rooms are perfect for what you need whether you're here for a week or a month.
Only downside : you have to pay 10 euros for internet (for the week) and if you're on the 3rd floor it won't reach your room, so you have to be down by the pool to get service.
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