Cavo Doro Hotel - (Accommodation in Kalamaki)

Debbie P          1/10

We arrived to see a beautiful reception / bar area and we were allocated our room G103. We headed off to find it and were shocked when we saw inside. It was so tiny. You could not open the fridge door all of the way as it banged on the end of the bed. I still have bruises on my legs from banging them on the edge of the bed whilst trying to get around the room. The bathroom was tiny too the toilet seat was touching the wall and the shower cubicle was child size. The self catering facilities were downright dangerous. The only plug that you could use in the kitchen area for the toaster/kettle meant that the cable was stretched over the sink and the electrical appliance was balanced on the edge of the draining board.  The room smelt foul, a cross between a sewage works and a urinal. The maid came in every other day to clean but the smell soon returned. Our balcony was ALWAYS in the shade so any wet beach items put out in the evenings would still be damp the next day. If you left the air con on for too long ice cube built up in it and it rattled very noisily then when you turned it off it would constantly drip. The bar would play loud music until between 1am and 2am and you could clearly hear it in the room and then at 7am each morning we were awoken by the cleaners accessing the cleaning/linen closet which was right next door to the room. The hotel in a perfect location for both the beach and the bars & restaurants but we would never return to Cavo Doro

Mermaids - (Restaurants in Kalamaki)

Debbie P  (05 July 2010)        10/10

We ate here about 6 times during our 2 week holiday - it was amazing. Huge portions, great food and really friendly staff.

I recommend the Athenean Meze for 2 people - 17 makes it great value for money

Hera Restaurant - (Restaurants in Kalamaki)

Debbie P          10/10

lovely food - large protions and very friendly staff. Nice to get a shot after the meal too.

Down Under - (Bars in Kalamaki)

Debbie P  (06 July 2010)        10/10

We spent nearly every night in Diwn Under during our holiday, just chatting with Nick, Emma & Andreas. It was nice and chilled sitting outside with plenty on drinks promotions to keep us going. After midnight when the doors were shut - we loved to head inside to the club and listen to the wicked music whilst Andreas entertained us behind the bar. So sad to have had to come home

Revelry - (Bars in Kalamaki)

Debbie P  (25 June 2012)        10/10

Revelry is an amazing place to drink, we were in there nearly every night.

The staff are very friendly, the drinks are very reasonable and the music makes a great change from listening to the same old dance tunes in the other bars.
The live music is not to be missed - we saw Elvis & Kerrie Stirling. Both are amazing
Gutted to have come home - I miss the Mythos & good company already

Iguana Bar - (Bars in Kalamaki)

Debbie P          8/10

loved Iguana Bar, we watched the football in there.

The food cannot be faulted (the portions are huge) and the drinks great too.
The staff are very friendly and efficient.
You can go on the internet for 20 minutes for just 1.
I miss it already