We chose this hotel based on the views and the reviews. The views did not disappoint it is in a spectacular position. Situated on a slope on top of a hill, consisting of several buildings around a sort of courtyard with reception at the top of the slop then going down to the pool, bar and restaurant on the bottom of the slop, but still high up with fabulous views. The pool is really lovely with a variety of sunbeds to choose from. The staff are wonderful they really cannot do enough for you. A special thanks to Apostolia and Elena on reception who went our of their way to help.
We had booked and paid extra for a superior sea view room. We were in a more conventionally designed block at the top of the slope next to reception, on the top floor two flights of steps and no lift. Yes we had a lovely view from the balcony but the room itself was not superior, although spacious, the bathroom was tiny and dark the only window opening onto a walkway which meant keeping the shutters closed. It really needs refurbishment, we had wobbly taps and toilet flush and seat. The shower ran hot or cold and nothing in between. The shower curtain didn't reach the floor so the whole space would get wet. None of these things are unusual in Greek hotels unless of course you pay for 4/5 star, and didn't really affect our enjoyment of the holiday, we did not pay 5 star prices here.
Be warned as mentioned the hotel buildings are on a slope, there are many steps most without rails, so it is really not suitable for anyone with mobility issues.
There was a minibus service from the hotel into Nydri 4 times a day which we used most evenings to go in for a meal, the last one returning was 8.45 pm, a bit early but a taxi back was only E10. There are a huge number of restaurants in Nydri from which to choose.