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Hotel Makarios is a small oasis with palm trees, lovely blue pool, nice little poolbar, Tennis court, restaurant and the some of the most friendly people you will find in greece. Always smiling, geniuenly happy people.
The rooms are all standard, but comes with everything...More
We enjoyed our vaccation here last year in August, me and my family we felt grate here!! The staff was very nice and the food was grate. The island Santorini is the perfect destination for spending a grate vaccation. Thank you!
This hotel is very good, you pay for it ... it's not cheap, but you have a lot of services ... good swimming-pool, tennis, ping-pong, free internet-access, very good breakfast, nice rooms. All was fine, but you pay almost 70 euros per night for a...More
Clean public areas but not air conditioned. Bedrooms are basic, but clean, and towels and bed linen changed regularly. Rooms are air conditioned, there’s a TV, fridge and safety deposit box. The shower room is small but ok, the shower however is so small that...More
We visited Santorini and specifically Hotel Makarios three weeks ago and still remember the relaxing time we spent around the lagoon pool of the hotel!
The food was excellent and honestly our decition ti travel on all inclusive this summer was indeed a big relief...More
US$111 - US$265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not sure really- the only labels the taps had was red wine, white wine, and beer. No brand labels so I guess something generic and Greek. Dont expect anything fancy. Its all very basic. Even the juices and milk come out of... More
Not sure really- the only labels the taps had was red wine, white wine, and beer. No brand labels so I guess something generic and Greek. Dont expect anything fancy. Its all very basic. Even the juices and milk come out of machine that mixes powder & water... just for the perspective. I would not do all inclusive again. U can get better food and more choices for around the similar price per meal if u go to a restaurant that is off the beach promenade.