I had read some negative reviews on this hotel before we left but I was pleasantly surprised. We got a room in the newer part and it all looked fine. Just annoying that you have to carry your luggage up the stairs when you get a room on the top floor. The bread is old yes and the coffee cold, rest is fine.
Especially the room was very bad, the cupboard was musty so your clothes began to reek. I never received any clean towels. The water in the toilet kept running all the time. And if it rained, it would rain in the cottage too, we solved this by placing a towel on the floor. The food was of poor quality and there was not much variation. The staff was not always friendly. In short, it is not likely I will go to this hotel again and according to me it only deserves 1 star. The location is quite good with regard to the town.
The room was good, not small at all. The bathroom was good too and well, the Greek just don't use shower curtains so be careful in the showerful, if you do not want to get the place soaked. The beds were a little hard but even I could sleep here (and I have many backaches). The only downside is that the place is very thin-walled (old part; room 311). You can hear all sounds. Although we felt some people did their best to make as much noise as possible. Ok, so the food was a bit monotonous, bit this is logical as Greek people do not use breakfast themselves. Bread is certainly not old, but just different to ours. It is hard-baked with a tough crust. The coffee and milk can indeed not be recommended, but the biscuits, cake and toast can!! In all, we thought this was a good hotel, the main problem being the thin-walledness. But yeah for the amount of stars it has you cannot expect much more. (oh and the towels are changed every 3 days, we felt it should be each day).