Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 21, 2013
Excellent customer service, nice breakfast, the room was clean, no noise during the night,the only bad thing about it, is that you really have to pay attention about the hotel transportation, because if you miss it, it's difficult to get to the hotel.we'll definitely come back to this hotel.
"Overall very good"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 3, 2013
The hotel staff was friendly even though some didn't know basic directions of how to get around the island. The hotel was cute and very clean which I like but the best part was definitely the breakfast. I looked forward to it everyday. But be warned; as good as the breakfast is, the dinner food is not. I made the mistake if eating there my first night and it was not good at all. The food was premade, not fresh and the saganaki was like rubber - disgusting. But with all the choices I'm Mykonos there is no reason to eat dinner at the hotel anyway. If you stay there rent a car, scooter, or ATV because it is in a remote location. Oh yeah and don't expect a lively pool scene, they have a pool but I didn't use it once the entire time I was there and didn't see anyone else using it either. The hotel is just steps away from the beach though and there is more if a pool scene happening at the hostel across the street. Also I noticed when I booked the hotel online they advertise as having a sauna and jacuzzi. They do have both but neither had been turned on or in put to use in so long that they didn't work when I was there and that was during peak tourist season.
"Nice balance... location, comfort,"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 2, 2013
1. The standard room we originally booked was SO tiny and suffocating! Unfortunately, that's quite standard for Europe as we all know... we asked to be upgraded to a larger room b/c there was no way 2 people could have comfortably lived in that room for 3 days... they moved us to a much larger room but we had to obviously pay for it. 2. Be aware: Mykonos is like a maze, with lots of narrow, winding streets. You're going to have to climb a lot of stairs and inclines regardless of where you go... not for the easily tired or elderly!
One of the staff was not nice, but the rest were great. Walking distance to the new port. Mini-market right next door, and great restaurant a short walk away. Away from the hustle and bustle. Awesome pool
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 26, 2013
Beautifully maintained, Very helpful and friendly staff!!! Beautiful location.Superb value for the money. Only complaint is that it is two bus rides from town so a car is advised...but being away from the hustle and bustle if downtown Mykonos is also its greatest asset! My favorite hotel by far in my 2 weeks in Greece
"Great location and service"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 23, 2013
There was definite value in this hotel. The location was easily accessible to beach and public transportation.
Service was amazing and breakfast was fresh and better than expected.
This hotels allows you to hang around and enjoy the grounds for a lazy day or quickly zip to town or the beach.
I did have a problem with wifi for 2 evening, I understand most people on vacation didn't find that an issue. Unfortunately, for work I had to stay connected. Nonetheless, they were very apologetic and I know they will take necessary actions to correct the issue.
I highly recommend Corfos!
"Good hotel for the location and value"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 7, 2012
This hotel is in a great location. I have stayed in Mykonos several times and this was the first time I stayed in the town area. The other reviews were helpful and accurate so thank you to those that wrote in. Hotel: Clean, nice pool, on a hill so the walk is good exercise :). Lots of traffic on the way to town so if you walk, be careful. The walk is only 2 minutes. Great location!
Breakfast: Very nice considering it was a 2 star. It had the basics, eggs, danish, cakes, toast, Greek yogurt/honey, coffee etc. They never change it up but i have seen this in every hotel in Greece and I have been to Greece 10 times. I don't know why they do not add a "special” but this is normal for Greece. Beds: are typical...you get twins pushed together for a double & a cot if you reserve a 3 person room like we did. Not great, but typical.
Staff: Very nice & helpful