This elegant family run venue takes pride in offering its guests a relaxing and charming home away from home in Zakynthos. The building, which retains many traditional features, is situated in a quiet residential area in a particularly pleasant and tranquil part of the town of Zakynthos. The sea front is just a 2-minute walk away and the fantastic beach of Eot is only 150 metres away. Guests will also be just a short stroll from the town's centre, where they can enjoy a great meal in any of the restaurants or a relaxed drink in the open air bars. There is no better way forget about the daily troubles than a walk along the small streets of the town, while the sun sets over the Ionian sea.
Distance to city centre 100m
Distance to beach 80m
Distance to airport 5km
Address: +302695044682, Kapodistriou, 4, Zakynthos Town, Greece
Zante, Zante, Greece
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I had a room directly opposite private apartments. There was a nutter making a loud monotonous noise every day whenever I was in the hotel. It could not be called music by any stretch of the imagination. In the end I complained to reception. Nothing was done so one night I turned the TV up loud to drown out the row. Then someone from the block opposite complained, perhaps because it was a Turkish soap opera with Greek subtitles. The owner was very unfriendly. He came up to my room and shouted at the nutter opposite who promptly threw a bucket across onto the balcony. The owner threw the bucket back but it missed and fell into the courtyard below. I threatened to call the travel representative based in Corfu, believe it or not. It was through only the intervention of the young lady in the breakfast room that I was eventually offered a different room, much further back. I could still hear the noise, but as it was much farther away it did not bother me. Basically, they wanted to sweep the issue under the carpet and even though the hotel was virtually empty, they showed great reluctance to resolve the issue.
Plus points: not far from the centre of town, i.e. convenient location. Good wifi. It would not have been so bad if it had not been for the nutter although the owner was unfriendly too. I have had far better experiences of Greece than this.
The hotel is well placed in Zante town and near to many restaurants.
Our room was small to the extent that I had to bend to pass between the wall-mounted television and our bed. The bathroom too, was cramped. The room appears austere at first sight but look a little closer and you will see that it is down to colour choice rather than fittings, which were all of a good quality. We had a Juliet balcony overlooking the moderately busy street: in all honesty, you would not want to linger.
No complaints about the breakfast which was varied and ample.
I thought the price high for what we got... but the end of July is high season. Looking at the deals offered at the start of October, it looks better value.
I wouldn't return.
This little hotel is in a good spot, you can walk the length of the port promenade right up to where the ferry departs from. In the other direction a small, pebble beach and steps into the crystal clear waters - it is extremely clean water for being so close to the port. I swam at the steps at the end of the hotel road, water was awesome.
Breakfast fab, rooms small but all you need for a shower and sleep.
Staff friendly once you get talking to them and smile and be friendly.
I'd definitely stay again.