We were told they are planning to undertake renovation works very soon, which is much welcome since the positive impression of the human capital is somehow shadowed by some infrastructure and facilities' shortcomings. The following remarks refer to an economy double room with back view: the bathroom requires better lighting, a ventilator, a larger shower cabin, new tap and drainage at the sink; the flushing of the toilet is inefficient and weak; the cables of the table lamps and the background of the bedside tables were quite dusty, the bed was somehow low and tilted up at the feet, the offer of TV channels in the era of the cable TV was restricted (16 of them, out of which one in English, one in Russian, one in Slavic Macedonian/Bulgarian, one in German and one in French). Regarding the dining room and breakfast, most of the chairs require repairs at the bottom seat upholstery and the choice of food is suitable but we missed a Mediterranean touch such as fresh or grilled season vegetables, a glass of real orange juice per person and the famous Greek pies with spinach, cheese, tomatoes, etc. If you want to keep your balcony door tilted for natural ventilation the noise of hotel machines and a neighbour's tireless barking dog may mar your sleep.
The personnel are polite, helpful and friendly, just what you require when you come to a country or town for the first time.