Kundomdömen om Olia
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80% av resenärerna rekommenderar453 omdömen
5 senaste omdömen
Stannade en natt innan hemresan till Sverige. Helt ok hotel bara för en natt. Trevlig personal och bra poolområde för en eftermiddag. Maten i restaurangen smakade bra. Skulle dock inte vilja bo här en längre tid på semestern, men det beror nog snarare på att vi inte vill stanna här på Mykonos.
The best choice for the money you give. The hotel can not compared with 5* stars hotels obviously, but at the end, you get much more than what you pay. Good breakfast, clean pool and spacious rooms. Excellent management by Thodoris and Teti, who are willing to help with anything. Highly recommended.
Me and my partner stayed here for 7 days. What a beautiful hotel!! Room was fresh and bright with a balcony looking directly at the marina so we had the pleasure of watching the sun set every evening. Air con, safe, wifi and fridge was of no extra charge. Perfectly situated for both the public bus and water taxi. Staff very helpful, polite and friendly. Rooms and towel changes daily. Pool was extremely clean. Couldn't fault this hotel at all. Highly recommended
Fantastic find of a hotel
I stayed with 2 friends at the hotel for 3 nights and we loved it. It was a lovely change from a larger more commercial resort. All staff were very hospitable and the Cantina steer food was amazing and very reasonable and even served to us at our sun beds! Despite the hotel being away from Mykonos Town, the seabus and taxi service are really easy to use. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit and will definitely return.
This might be a little lengthy but I want it to be as accurate as possible. My wife and I visited Mykonos for the first time and were fortunate enough to be staying at the Olia in Tourlos, which it's right by the "new port". When we checked in we had a little sit down with the owner who gave us details about the property, what was nearby, and he showed us a map of the island. He detailed where certain things were (such as the beaches, the old town, and different attractions). The hotel itself is small (30 rooms I believe) and is very pleasant to the eye. Our room was a standard room - it had a high ceiling, was nicely decorated, and just felt very Greek. The grounds are brilliant and clean, and it was very quiet through the day and in the evening. The pool area is gorgeous, I think I counted either 16 or 18 sunbeds and they are quite comfortable. There's a bar area right nearby that during the day was manned by a young man named Dimitri who was so friendly and kind. The woman in the evenings was also extremely nice and helpful but we didn't get her name. All the staff was top notch. To walk into Mykonos town is a little bit treacherous. We did it 3 times but there isn't a footpath - you're basically walking on the side of a 2 lane road and there's not really room for it. Luckily the drivers were all aware and knew to watch for the tourists but I wouldn't recommend doing it at night as there aren't any lights so it wouldn't be wise. There's a sea bus in the port, about a 5 minute walk from the Olia, which takes you into town for 2€ per person. The ride takes about 10 minutes so it was quite convenient. We had a room only deal so we did not eat at the hotel but I believe they do breakfast daily and it appeared that one night a group of guests was having their evening meal in a covered seating area (which is lovely) just adjacent to the pool area. I've seen reviews stating that there aren't any food options in the Tourlos area and that's just simply untrue. Those people must not have looked because there's a place called Cantina, "Mykonos Street Food" literally right next to the hotel (which is amazing, the food is so nice and you can order it to eat there at the pool which we did a couple of times); there's another restaurant called Molaraki Mediterranean Cuisine and another called Mathios Tavern just a couple hundred yards from the hotel. The Cantina and those 2 restaurants were all excellent. Overall the trip was just amazing. The Olia is so relaxing and laid back, and the vibe is unreal. You can sit right out by the pool on a little raised deck and watch the sunset while enjoying wine from the pool bar - only 4€ a glass. So lovely. We absolutely loved it and can't wait to go back again next year 🙂