hi can any one help and tell me how much is a taxi from airport to amaryllis totel thanks trev
Stayed here whilst on the island for our daughters wedding. could not fault the place, staff brilliant especially with the kids. loads of sunbeds, nice pool. good value food at pool bar, what more can you ask for. If you havent done Kalamaki, for a nice relaxing holiday, it was excellent
Looking at staying here. How much is it for air conditioning and safety deposit boxes. Also how much for a mythos please?
We have recently booked the Amaryllis for 2 weeks at the beginning of August. We have read numerous fantastic reviews, but still unsure as, you always are when it's new! we've visited Kalamaki various times before, but never stayed here. Could anybody give me some information? We have booked for 2 adults, 2 girls aged 15, and a boy aged 12, is it a suitable entertaining hotel for them??? Thanks for any advice and tips!
I do not have a bad word to say about the amaryllis aparthotel, I am visiting again in 6 weeks for the 5th time running, me and my family cannot fault it in anyway. Staff are brilliant, everyone of them make you feel very welcome and are so friendly, the owner has done a brilliant job of the hotel, rooms are absolutely spotless and are cleaned almost every day, pool is also spotless along with the garden area. The food at the snack bar is delicious and the drinks on a night at the bar are too! The mini market has everything you need so if you fancy just staying in one night you have everything there. You are able to hire safety deposit boxes and air con, which is reasonable! If you have any problems all staff with bend over backwards to make sure every problem is solved! The hotel is only a short walk into the strip where all restaurants are and if you go out the back way and follow the road then turn left, there is a lovely spa that has everything needed for complete relaxation, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, and you can also get a massage or other lovely things!! All in all I would recommend this hotel to anyone!!! Definitely one of the best places to stay whilst in kalamaki 10/10 A******** :)
Hello, I have booked this holiday for me and several friends in the 21 year old bracket, have I made a sensible choice? We will be looking to commute from the hotel into Laganas every evening. Can anyone offer advice? Thanks, Steve Figures.
We have stayed here years it is a lovely place to stay,friendly helpful owners and fantastic staff.Very clean and well kept.Ample sun beds by the pool.Good for young families,groups and the not so young too.We will be staying again on Sunday 17th June 2012.Keep me a nice cool Mythos please,really looking forward to being in Kalamaki again.
Hi I have been looking for a holiday next may, and fancy the Amaryllis , my question is the dates I want to go are on fri 18th may - fri 1st June how hot will it be? will it be warm enough for pool and sea?? Also we are a family of 4 my boys are 17 and 11 would I be better off paying extra for 2 bed apart than the 1 or will there be enough room in the 1 bed. Haven't been to zante for 7 years so was also wondering how much it is to eat etc. Many thanks!!!
going back to zante on the 2nd sept cant wait is the amaryallis ok for a wheelchair i know kalamaki is thanks cant wait sun sun
DIANE,JUST RETURNED FROM AMARYLLIS APARTHOTEL TODAY 25 JULY.SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES COST 17 EUROS PER WEEK.AIR CON 60 EUROS PER WEEK ADDITIONAL DAYS 10 EUROS.120 EUROS FOR FORTNIGHT.HOPE THIS IS OF HELP.
Hi We are staying at this hotel in August and after reading your comments we cannot wait - can anyone tell me how much are the safety deposit boxes and the air conditioning? Thanks Diane
My boyfriend and I are staying at the Amarylis for 2 weeks from 19th June.
Hi Rob, Kalamaki has sooooo many good restaurants and bars it's hard to choose the best but Drunk Corner can be lively, as can many other bars on the strip at that time of year. As for restaurants, again, too many to list but many faves are Buon Amachi for Italian, Dias, heavans kitchen etc...for local quisine, to a few chinese/inidians.I'm at the Amaryllis from the 17th June so might see you there.
Hi I went to Kalamaki last May and stayed at the Garden Village apartments which were brilliant but very expensive so this year we are going to the amaryllis. Does anyone know how far it is to Stanis restaurant as this was our favourite last year. My mother in law doesn't walk that well who is coming with us this year so would appreciate a heads up on this one
We have been holidaying in Kalamaki for a fair few years but never stayed this far up, we def were not disapointed. The hotel is very clean and well kept. The rooms themselves were spacious and got cleaned 6 days out of 7. All the staff were so very friendly and helpful. The Kids disco on a thursday evening was entertaining, the kids had a fab time! All in all one of the best hotels we have stayed in at the resort. Would def recommend to familys. Only small downside was that the air con was exspensive compared to other hotels that we had family staying in.
The hotel and surrounds are excellent , staff very helpful and friendly. Rooms basic but very clean and well serviced ( small point ,if you like toast take a cheapy toaster).Plenty of good places to eat and drink in Kalamki and the beach well maintained and closer than thought with good facilities available. great staff YAMAS Maggie keep up the cockney . manager - come on the AEK
Last minute packing to go to the Amaryllis tomorrow - do I need to take a kettle or is there one there? Been so often and had to use a saucepan!
I have just returned to the UK after spending two weeks at the Amaryllis and had an absolutely fantastic time. The rooms were basic but perfect for our needs and all the pool and communal areas were kept well.
I went as part of a small group of friends (all 22 year old lads) and we found that part of what made the stay at the hotel so pleasurable was the friendliness of the all the staff, in particular Pamas, at the bar, who was an absolute hero! Machi the entertainer was fantastic with all the kids staying at the hotel and the owner (whose name escapes me) couldn't have been friendlier.
I would recommend the Amaryllis as a great place to stay, in a great location.
Obviously not as cheap as it used to be, in June we were paying about £30-£35 for a three course meal for 2 including a couple of drinks each. There are loads of places to eat and lots of them have specials on offer to fit any budget. Best place if you like an English breakfast we found was Vanessa on the main street, cant remember exact price but was a couple of Euros each cheaper than anywhere else. Found a place the same price but you got half the meal so ended up having to have something else later. We are going back again in September, cant wait. Enjoy