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Pension Chanioti

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Based on 13 reviews
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Standard Room - Pension Chanioti - 1

Standard Room

  • Two Single Beds
Measuring 13 square feet (140 square meters), this room opens to a furnished balcony with garden views. A refrigerator and a refrigerator are supplied. The private bathroom has a shower. Air conditioning, air conditioning, and daily housekeeping are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-Smoking.

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Pension Chanioti
Paroikia, Paros, Greece 84 440


Make yourself at home in one of the 7 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Rooms have private furnished balconies where you can take in garden views. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as tour/ticket assistance.

Business, Other Amenities
The front desk is staffed during limited hours. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available on request), and a ferry terminal shuttle is also provided at no charge.

Know Before You Go

  • This property offers transfers from the ferry terminal and airport. Guests must contact the property with arrival details before travel, using the contact information on the booking confirmation.
  • No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property.

  • Free Airport Shuttle
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 13 reviews
from Copenhagen, Denmark
Submitted on 09-07-2011
We expected a nice vacation in a hotel with a beautiful view over the bay of Paikia (main city of Paros) - but was chocked to see the shape of the hotel when we arrived. Steep driveway lead to a dirty area with 3 chaindogs and big old watercontainers, surrounded by dry leaves. The swimmingpool was tiny and also full of leaves. And when we got up to our room we found that there was no view at all. Only into some tall treas that covered the entire area. It looked nothing like the photos we saw on... Read more
from Montreal, Canada
Submitted on 07-20-2010
We booked it through a travel agency that basically took a guess with this 'hotel' because the location looked good on the map, close to Parikia city, close to the 'beach'. When we arrived at the hotel at 8 pm, we were stunned to realize that there was no one at the hotel desk, and the door was locked. We met a client at the pool that unfortunately spoke only in Greek and turned out to be the brother of the owner. He gesticulated to go to the nearest hotel to contact the owner. The people at the... Read more
from Zanesville, OH
Submitted on 08-21-2009
I'm just reiterating how bad this place really is. My wife reviewed below... the worst hotel I've ever stayed at..
from London
Submitted on 07-06-2009
They would not pick us up from the port as they had a bigger group to take care of. They made us walk 30-40 minutes with our bags to another hotel that they own and then made us wait for another 30-40 minutes for someone to pick us up to take us to Summer View. When we got there, the lady at the desk had a shouting contest with us and said that she would not apologise as it is not their problem. For the amount we have paid to stay here, that is ridiculous and I would not suggest for anyone to st... Read more
from Zanesville, Ohio
Submitted on 07-01-2008
I don't think one ever embarks on their honeymoon thinking that something will go so terribly wrong that they would cry, however our brief time at Summer View Apartments caused that exact reaction. Upon our arrival to the hotel, we were greeted with a vacant, locked building. On the door to the reception area was a hand-written note with the owner's phone number saying that if you needed anything to simply give him a call. The problem is, how would one be expected to call the owner when there... Read more