Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Friendly servicePosted Aug 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Friendly service and highly recommending.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London
Nothing included - be careful with this hotelPosted Jun 25, 2010
We thought we were getting a good deal when we read all the services and amenities available at this hotel. But you literally have to pay for everything , even the air conditioning!!Tennis court, volleyball, ping pong table, internet, everything is charged ...they don't even give you a map of the town when you arrive, instead they say you can buy one at the front desk. the lady at the front desk was completely useless. Dont waste your time and money, better to stay in a simpler but more honest hotel
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Would definitely go back herePosted Sep 25, 2009 on Hotels.com
Very good value. Basic but perfectly adequate. Spottlessly clean. Great balcony wrapping round two sides of the apartment. Sheets and towels changed every other day, full clean twice a week. Kitchen area well enough equipped for basic cooking. A bit of a botch-job in the bathroom but everything worked fine even so. Friendly and helpful staff. Good size pool, very clean, with lots of sun beds. Not all apartments over-look pool; some are over the road, which means you don't get bar entertainment noise but you do get road noise (not too bad; not a very busy road, but I speak as someone who lives in a city so if you're from a quiet village it might drive you nuts). Avoid basement apartments - they have a kind of dug-out terrace but look dark all the same. Aircon costs an extra 6 euros a night. Good location 15 mins walk from harbour area. Lots of restaurants and bars in easy walking distance. On Psalidi side of town in residential area, so nice and quiet. Suited to families with younger kids, empty-nesters and oldies, but teenagers and twentysomethings will want to be at the Lambi end of town where all the clubs are and would probably find this area really dull. Beware - reception closes at 11pm and the night watchman may not be there after that, so let them know if you're likely to arrive late. We assumed there'd be 24 hour reception, arrived at 4am, and had to sleep on sunbeds by the pool until reception opened!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Birmingham, England
Great poolPosted Sep 1, 2009
Great pool and friendly staff. You could spend all your time there if the rest of the island wasn't so enticing.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sheffield
quiet hotel in KosPosted Jun 17, 2009 on Hotels.com
The hotel is a bit of a distance from the centre. The advantage in that is that it's quiet. The apartment did not include the sofa bed as advertised on the web site, otherwise it was very good, and I would recommend it for a long-ish stay. Not being allowed to bring one's own food or water to the poolside makes it a bit expensive to use except for a quick swim, as you need to shell out extra for the bar.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from boston
peridis apartments kos townPosted Jun 15, 2008
Highly reccomended and although we were the first guests in the new block and the workers were still in ,it was mainly finished before we left. The builders were not overly obtrusive or early starting so we were not overly disturbed and the place was kept spotless at all times both rooms and all general areas.Staff really friendly and helpfull.Pool is brilliant with plenty of sunbeds to go around. The clientelle is mainly Scandanavian but mostly speak very good English as did all the staff. Position is good with about a 20 minute stroll to town centre ,but plenty of bars etc on the way . Is some road noise but nothing drastic.