We found these apartments generally to be fairly basic and not as good as some of the reviews make out. Yes the views are lovely and the pool area is immaculate with plenty of sunbeds all day. The higher floor rooms do of course have nice views but if you have a basement room facing the bar then things are not so good. If we had known the type of room we would be given we would have preferred to stay in one of the many nice apartment blocks somewhere in the town without the hill climb. The hill is quite steep but did not cause us any problems although it could be a challenge for anyone with health or walking difficulties. The rooms were cleaned each day and towels/linen changed every 4th day. There was only the basic cutlery (3 knives/forks/spoons), no bread knife or cooking utensils so don't buy uncut bread or plan to cook a snack! Air con and safe hire expensive. The bar served snacks and breakfasts but these were a bit on the pricey side. As the nearest supermarket was at the bottom of the hill it was a bit of a drag carrying water, although we just split the pack to walk back. Water for a pack of 6 in the supermarket was 1.30 euros, however if you bought it at the apartments it was 2.50 so a bit of a profit maker there. We loved Tsilivi and will definitely go back but just not to the Ariadne.