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Bel-Air hotel must be one of the best in Nidri.The mum and daughters that run the hotel are always around if you need any help or advice.The hotel is very clean and rooms cleaned every day.The pool is great with a pool bar where you...More
This was my 2nd visit to this lovely hotel. Run by a nice family who do all they can to take care of the guests and make sure they have a lovely holiday. The sisters are so friendly and so are mum and dad. The...More
This hotel is very central, the staff are lovely and very accommodating with any requests, they will go out of their way to help. The pool and the area around is very clean
The breakfast was basic but you could order a cooked one at...More
We have just returned home from a weeks stay at the Bel Air and I agree with the majority of reviews. The hotel is well run by mum and the sisters. We found them to be very helpful and nothing is too much trouble. The...More
Lovely people running this family hotel. Clean.bright room with large shower room next to well kept swimming pool & bar. Breakfast is basic but it reflects the price paid. Would definitely recommend for couples & older people. Easy walk into Nidri town centre with numerous...More
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Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place... More
Depends on what you drink really. Food is very reasonably priced and so is local carafes of wine. Beer by the pint can seem expensive at around 4 euro due to the poor exchange rate. Turn right out the hotel new gyros place really nice and excellent value. Trata right at the end of town is a lovely family run Greek with good priced food.