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All reviewsacross the roadair conplenty of sunbedshard bedspool areashower cubiclebeautiful islandnext yearyogurtgreat holidayold villagecontinental breakfasttwo weekssea viewsmall fridgerooms are basicfriendly hotel
Hotel looks fantastic, but carrying luggage up two flights of stairs was off-putting.
Beds hard and the breakfast was disappointing to say the least.
Lovely views next to the sea, but the rooms could do with a revamp, Shower would not stay on the wall...More
We stayed at the Makis for 2 weeks. Not terribly impressed. Bedroom & Bathroom in need of a thorough makeover. The breakfast was poor. Coffee and orange juice awful! Not even the toasters worked properly..No lovely crusty Greek bread on offer, just poor quality sliced...More
This hotel is a particular favourite of mine. It is over the road from the very nice beach. They provide sun beds and umbrellas(at a cost) and a free beach service for food and drink purchased from the hotel bar. Rooms are very clean and...More
We booked to go back again to Kefalonia in October 2017. Our favourite place ever. The price for the Makis was reasonable for bed and breakfast and as we have been to Kefalonia quite a few times we know and are not expecting the Ritz....More
It's fine, simple but functional. Only downsides for me were the beds, like sleeping on concrete. No solution offered when I asked if it was possible to do anything about it. Told it's supposed to be good for you to sleep on a hard bed....More
Response from LinBazColchester | Reviewed this property |
It's a short walk - as others have said - but there is quite a steep hill to climb (there are also steps if you prefer) to get to the restaurants and shops in the main town. There are other restaurants along the sea-front... More
It's a short walk - as others have said - but there is quite a steep hill to climb (there are also steps if you prefer) to get to the restaurants and shops in the main town. There are other restaurants along the sea-front but not as many.