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Me and my partner were looking for a quiet peaceful break that was cheap and good location. This hotel is in a beautiful spot 5 minutes from the beach. It is set in pretty gardens with a nice size pool. There are a few local...More
My family and I stayed all inclusive for a week at Hotel Lisa Mari and really enjoyed it. We arrived around midnight and although this wasn't a set meal time, we were greeted by a staff member with the option of sandwiches, fruit and drinks,...More
I came for a mother daughter holiday to Bali on the 8th August for a week with my two daughter's.
There are good and bad points to this hotel.
Firstly the good , fantastic location, small Greek run hotel and quiet . No loud music...More
Myself and my sister and I stayed at Liza Mari for a week for my birthday. We paid £150 each for 7 nights all inclusive and we had an awesome time.
The room we stayed in was a 30 second walk across the road from...More
My boyfriend and I chose to stay here for our first 2 week holiday together. My boyfriend had never been to Crete before but I had in the past and knew what to expect, I have also stayed in this exact same hotel before and...More
US$57 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered... More
Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered, there was nowhere to sit other than where you eat. No entertainment or anything. However, drinks in the restaurants weren't too expensive - around 7 euro per cocktail and 5-6 euro per spirit. Hope this helps.