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is a old lady tht thinks that is her house if you drink a beer she will tell you that is not a bar no kitchen a family member owns a restaurant acroos de street you get 15 per cent discount but the food is awful very expensive she will put the ac to the minimum only couple hours you want to rent a bike she will ask 20 usd very hungry for money she will do anything well greeks are like that almost all of them you can hard sleep the hostel is in the road hundred of cars past every minute is
Dirty bathrooms and smelly rooms. The internet doesnt work very well... I wouldnt recommend it!
Very relaxed hostel, relatively clean, the big lockers were really nice though. Good location- right by the 24 hour bakery! But also right by the perissa beach and you can rent ATVs or get on a bus to explore the island.
Great place. If you are a young backpacker wanting to see santorini then stay here. You won't find anything for the same price. I only intended to stay 2 nights because I heard santorini was very expensive but ended up staying 9 days, staff were happy to help me even with last minute decisions to stay. Stayed longer because Perissa is cheap and you have access to a great bakery down the road and many quad bikes around town to rent! Stay in hostel Anna!
Very basic hostel. There's a separate shower facilities like in a college dorm. Clean, tidy and lots of people to chat up. Can't beat the price
Everything was good about this hostel, except for the fact that there's no kitchen and eating out in Santorini can be very expensive. The location is not so great. You're very close to the beach, but it's not the nicest beach, and buses going to Fira/Oia/the port don't run on time. I had to take a cab twice and someone gave me a ride one other time, over the course of 2 days only! Otherwise it's pretty clean and the big lockers in the room are a plus. Oh yeah, no WIFI in the room which sucks.
Stayed in the four bed dorm which was excellent had our own bathroom upstairs, was able to get decent sleep, had lockers and air conditioning. Right near the beach too. Staff were helpful but could have been a bit friendlier, although i understand that the lady worked all day and night and got asked repeated questions. So cheap too!
We stayed in the private room, which was in a different building than the dorms (just down the street). Our room was quite nice and had a cute patio that we could sit at. The pool was great and it was really nice laying on the chairs under umbrellas. The building itself was your typical white and blue building with flowers all around. Also there is a fantastic 24 hr bakery right down the street that was great for grabbing breakfast!
The staff were super helpful and friendly. The room was clean and spacious (at least the private rooms were). The private room was nice with a fridge, AC, plenty of space, a nice bathroom, a balcony, and swimming pool. The hostel is a 5 minute walk to the beach and nearby a supermarket, bakery, and restaurants. Again, the staff really made the place nice as they were helpful and pleasant.
The staff should be more kind because she made the worst stay ever. She turned off the AC in the middle of the night and was rude when we asked about something.
The hostel is not placed in the capital, but, it has a nice location! It's very close to the beach, there are supermarket, bar and bus stop near it. The bedrooms are fine, but I felt cold during night because the air condition was send air directly to me. I spent 4 nights there and I took cold showers every night because it does not have warm water,yet, at least the bathroom was clean. It is not a very good hostel, but it is possible to survive.
Dont recommend this hostel. The common area is really bad and also dirty, the bathrooms not clean and just cold water.
Great location right by beach, bus stop, restaurants, hiking, etc. WiFI really only works outside near reception, and some showers were out of order. Everything was clean, and staff was great. Tip: Don't eat at the restaurant across the street that you get a discount at. Staff was nice at first, but food was terrible, and then they tried to rip us off when we paid.
I stayed with a friend in a private two bedroom suite. The facilities were pretty good, a great pool, good wifi.... Would definitely come back again.
Excelent place, value for yr money. Away from the crowed but youcan reach the ogher villages easier by bus or by rented car, ATV. The first place where ai could really sleep well, I just recommend.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
This place is well worth the cheap price but the only issue is that the luggage room is open 24/7 so it would be so easy to have your things taken. There is a decent size locker in you room with the lock provided that could fit a backpack or mini travel suitcase. Wifi barely works and if it does it's not strong. If you stay in the huge room with 20 beds avoid the top bunk that's right next to the door because it's right next to the AC vent and is freezing. However, well worth the €5 all the same
I love this hostel because I met one of my best friend's there the location is awesome a short 5 minute walk to the beach. The amenities are ok shared bathrooms just does not cut it. Staff is friendly I would stay there again.
My friend and I stayed in a twin private bedroom. Perissa is a fantastic location due to proximity to the beach and easy access to hire an ARV to go around the island in one day. The room was fantastic and was cleaned every day! There was even a pool and clean towels. The staff were very kind. I will definitely stay here again.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Staff are friendly and helpful, provide pick up from the port which is great. Accommodation and bathroom is basic but clean and you get what you pay for. Really good individual lockers that fit large bags too. Location is great, 5 min walk to beach, buses and ATV hire right next door, cheap restaurants and bakery and mini market close by too.
Cheap, but realize where it's located: very far from Fira and very very far from Oia. Getting around by bus in Santorini can be a hassle so expect that you'll be paying for it (with effort and money) when you want to go to the other parts of the island. However, it is beside one of the main beaches in Santorini so that's a plus. Beds were small, bathrooms were a little dirty, wifi didn't work in rooms, but I guess you get what you pay for!