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This is a hostel in a quiet, idyllic place. Nothing is nearby in walking distance. You can book tours ahead, or rent a motorbike at the hostel (they will bring it to you). My tip: Sneak into the nearby Hilton to get a drink and enjoy the weekly, authentic dance show, with talented dancers, fire dance at the beach included!
I have travelled to 63 countries and stayed in well over 100 hostels. This is the worst hostel I have stayed at. Upon arriving at the reception, you will be greeted by a grotesque potbellied troll. His face, upon which two massive baggy dejected cheeks are hanging from, is as welcoming as a scrapyard hound. I later understood that if Christ had been the verb made flesh, the hostel owner was the phrase "I gave up" made flesh. I think the bathroom at Auschwitz were cleaner than those at Motu Iti
Way to expensive to be able to eat in the restaurant as much as you wanted, and the food was quite bad to. Had food three times and it was never ready to eat by the time I got and had to send it back again.. A simple thing like an pizza but the cheese is not melted.. Good spot for the hostel but far away to a store. If they would have better prices they would def get more business around that restaurant!
You get what you pay for. All facilities are poor but the deck and the beach in front are outstanding. It's one of the only cheap dormitories in expensive Morea, so worth staying if you are in a short budget. Tip: Rent a car or motorbike.