Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from San Jose CA
Very relaxing stay in a wonderful boutique hotelPosted Jul 4, 2014
Hotel is situated in Andros, in a very nicely remodeled historic building. Room was very comfortable with all the amenities, the staff very professional, courteous, and always prompt to make our stay very comfortable and enjoyable. Breakfast selection (buffet) was good and dinner at the restaurant was great. Overall we had a great time and I would highly recommend Micra Anglia to anyone visiting Andros and is looking for an upscale and quiet hotel. The only thing I missed compared to other hotels in the Greek islands was a nice view, unfortunately the hotel location is surrounded by other buildings, so most rooms don't have a view to the sea. We will definitely be back in the future.
for Everyoneby Stuart from Glasgow
Excellent boutique hotel.Posted Oct 7, 2013
We had an excellent stay at the micro anglia, a very nice boutique hotel, rooms were tastefully decorated and comfortable, staff were very friendly and helpful, would definitely recommend.
for Everyoneby Kyriakos from Philadelphia
Wonderful ExperiencePosted Aug 16, 2013
Pros: Nothing to dislike.
In July, we were in Andros for four nights and five days to visit the history and sites (i.e. museums, monasteries, beaches) of the Island. The Hotel is located in the town of Xora (Xopa in Greek). The location was ideal, near to the central square and beaches. The museums were in walking distance. Regarding the hotel, the room (we stayed in the Loft) was roomy, beige color, clean and romantic. On our arrival, we were greeted professional and warmly by the hostess Dimitrianna. Her Greek and English were impeccable . We were given as a welcome, a glass of champagne along with a brief yet thorough description of the technical aspect of the TV, Sun Roof, air-conditioning controls, etc. An elevator is also available in the hotel. Throughout the day in the hallways, beautiful island romantic music was playing. Breakfast was a wonderful feast, with wonderful local (ntopia) products. every evening we would have a drink in there bar/lounge area where beautiful large candles and excellent service greeted us. They even remembered what we normally would have even before we asked for them. Each drink was accompanied by small variety of tapas( the staff in their lounge were consistently professional,friendly, gracefully attentive and their knowledge and proficiency in various foreign languages excellent. Overall, we agreed that this is a must stay hotel and we will definitely stay again when we return to Andros. The hotel is worth its 5 stars category.
for Everyoneby Jim from Chicago USA
Very nice hotel,Posted Jul 5, 2013
Pros: Demetriana at the front desk was friendly and extremely helpful. The young man who was a bellman and everything else was extremely hardworking. Clean
Cons: The shower was small and cramped. The room was rather small compared to the other rooms for the same price in the main building.
Location: Close to the main street and not far from the museums. There is a beach within walking distance but not the best Andros has to offer.
We had a very pleasant experience in the hotel. The staff was friendly and attentive. The young lady at the front desk (Demetriana) was wonderful. The young man (I did not get his name) who was the bellman and everything else that required a man's touch was extremely energetic, diligent, polite, friendly and quick. The rooms were attractive and clean. The rooms in the main building were the same price and were much more spacious. The shower had a bubbled section which I can only assume was to make it more comfortable if you sit to take a bath. The area for the shower was extremely small and cramped. It was not far from beaches but the good beaches on the Chora side of the island are not easily accessible. Chora (Andros) is the main town of the island and is by far the most attractive town and the most interesting town on the island. The hotel was very close to the main street on Chora. The breakfast buffet was very substantial and good. From an American perspective it could have some breakfast meats, but they are not common in Greece.
for Everyoneby Richard from Ontario
A pefect hotel!Posted May 28, 2012
Pros: The bathrooms the decor and the breakfast
Location: A pretty little town on a beautiful tranquil island
The Micra Anglia is a beautifully decorated and wonderfully furnished hotel in the nice little town of Andros Chora. It's a bit pricey for the islands and caters mainly to Greek speaking tourists but it's definitely THE place to stay. It's like being in a decor magazine article. The staff were friendly and very helpful and the breakfast is really something - way beyond the normal Greek buffet! This would be a top notch place to stay anywhere in the world.
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