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I live in Paros and I would be very happy to host you in my studios! Paros island is beautiful and you are all welcome to visit! Feel free to contact me for further details!
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Amazing stay !
Very generous host, this a family business. :) They picked me up at the port when I arrived, they gave me a ride again when I left. I was supposed to stay 3 nights, and I decide to stay 4! The place is clean, calm and close to everything in Parakia! I was travelling alone for three weeks in Greece, and after doing a lot of couch surfing, I needed a place of my own where I could relax. I found my oasis in Vassiliki rooms. Thanks for everything Eleni!
Eleni and her family are lovely, her son met me at the port when my ferry came in and Eleni took me back as well. The room is exactly as shown, clean and neat. Good proximity to beach and cafes/restaurants. Nice quiet area, perfect to relax.
Eleni runs a beautiful little hotel in the main town of Paros next to the port.
Rooms are clean, there is a fridge and beds are comfortable and it is quiet. The location is great, easy walking into town.
Eleni herself is just lovely and will go out of her way to help in any way possible. Also has great recommendations!
Accueil parfait, Eleni est venue nous chercher en voiture au port, et été présenté tout au long de notre séjour en cas de besoin. l'appartement est situé à 10 min a pied du centre de Paros, impeccable !
En revanche, le logement est sommaire... Salle de bain un peu vétust et propreté sommaire.
Eleni was very sweet and welcoming. She picked me up at the port and explained the lay out of Paros to me. I was only there for a night, but the trip was lovely, and Paros is beautiful.
Eleni was the most gracious of hosts! I was overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity. I came to the island of Paros during off-season and she guided me to the best restaurants and areas of interest. I've been studying ancient to modern Greek culture as I write a screenplay. Eleni was a wonderful help. (Romolo W. )
.I wanted to thank you for staying with us.You were very nice friendly quiet and clean (website hidden) would be nice to see you again.
Eleni was very kind and made my stay in paros an absolute pleasure. It was so central to everything that i wanted to do. I felt like a real local during my three night stay.
Eleni is a very nice host. She picked up from the port and recommended some good restaurants to us and they are really great!!! I love the studio very much!! It's very clean and the environment is really slient. There has a beach nearby and you just walk for 1 min to there. I love Paros very much!! Great sunshine!!! Great sunset!!! Thanks for Eleni again and I love the studio very much!!!
L'hôtel n'est qu'à 10 min à pieds du port de Parikia, mais j'ai été accueillie et emmené en voiture, le soir, malgré 3h de retard dûes au ferry. Famille très accueillante et souriante (ce qui n'est pas une évidence partout). La chambre est simple, mais propre et il y a l'essentiel. Très bien située niveau commodités. Eleni m'a proposé de m'emmener au port en voiture au retour, mais j'ai préféré profiter de l'air marin jusqu'à la dernière miette à pieds !! Merci !
We were met promptly at the port by Eleni's son, who was very kind and welcoming, and gave us a couple of good restaurant recommendations: very important when travelling around Greece! The room is nice and cosy on a quiet street, reasonably close to the centre of Parikia.
Unfortunately, we had a bad experience one evening when we missed the last bus from Pounta back to Parikia (they had changed the bus timetables the day before). We tried calling the hostel many times to try to get a phone number for a taxi, but no-one picked up the phone. In the end we had to find a nearby hotel to call a taxi from. When we eventually got back to the hostel we tried to get in the front door, but our key didn't work. We knocked loudly for around ten minutes, but no-one responded. Luckily a very helpful American lady who owns another hostel on the same street was passing by and offered to help us get in with another set of keys. We got in to find no-one on the desk, even though it was only around 10/11pm, and someone had left a set of keys in the lock from the inside, which meant we couldn't get in. All this could have been avoided if there was someone working on the desk and able to answer the phone. There was very rarely anyone on the desk during our stay, so we had no point of contact; having no-one there at all was very unprofessional.
We only met Eleni on the last day, when she returned from a trip to Athens. We only had a very brief interaction, but she seemed very friendly and helpful. Perhaps if she had been around to make sure things were run properly we wouldn't have had the problems we did.