7 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
perfect place to stay for your holidays
"perfect place to stay for holiday in arillas. Made to feel very welcome. 15 min walk from the beach, in a quiet relaxing location so can't hear night life from appartments. Clean, secure comfortable rooms with balcony. Maid service was good. Small attractive family run complex with good food and drinks. lovely pool area with sun loungers. couldn't have asked for more. Very happy we chose to stay at the Tria Adelphia. travelled as a couple and stayed for 2 weeks, already looking to book again!!!"
- Travel date: 30th July 2011
Perfect for a peaceful stay
"We stayed at the Tria Adelphia in May 2011 and had a really lovely time. The studios are in a lovely position about 12-15mins easy walk from the resort centre. Its a really peaceful rural spot, perfect for a relaxing time. Good Points: Spacious with sofa, table & chairs. Plenty of storage space & coat hangers. Thorough maid cleaning (the best we've ever had) every day but one & no early morning interruptions. Decent balcony, table & chairs. Bedside drawers & lights. Pool & bar. Friendly staff. Kettle & microwave. Modern bathroom with wall mounted head, shower tray & curtain. Tea towel, new scourer & washing up liquid supplied. Always hot water eventually. Aircon (â¬5/night). Reasonable no of electrical sockets. Shutters and double glazed doors. Fridge with ice cube tray. Bad Points: Single loose hotplate not the two built-in you usually see. One small saucepan & frying pan. No plastic dishes for microwave. Rubbish tin opener. Hot water could be slow to run warm and erratic in use. Shower curtain too small and clings to you. Towels variable between soft and lovely & hard rough. No wifi (apparently hotel's or without password). Quiet location with shops mins away. We will definitely stay here again."
- Travel date: 12th June 2011
Very poor Hygiene
"The hotel is lovely and the owners very nice but the maid service leaves a lot to be desired. 3 days out of 7 our toilet bin wasn't emptied due to the maid missing out cleaning our apartment, and as everyone knows in Greece you can't flush toilet paper so have to put it in the bin. Not good news in 90 degree temperatures. We didn't mind making our own beds but the room floors weren't swept either or our balcony cleaned. We never got any toilet rolls either apart from half a roll which was there when we arrived.Very poor service. We probably should have complained about this at the time but feel that this is basic hygiene and should be as standard without us having to complain to get basic cleanliness. This apart it's a lovely area, very, very pretty and relaxing. Don't go if you're looking for a lively holiday but a great place to chill!"
- Travel date: 3rd June 2011
'A little gem'
"Just returned from our second visit. This is a family run property , Phillip Helene Yiannis did everything possible to make sure we had an enjoyable stay and to make it a wonderful holiday. The apartments were clean, roomy, and excellent for families with two separate bedrooms and a lovely balcony with table and chairs. The pool is spotlessly clean with plenty of free sun beds and umbrellas'. The food in restaurant is very good and there is a very extensive menu, food is served throughout the day and evening, and there is a fabulous spit roast lamb on Sunday. The apartments are approximately 15 minutes walk to the beach and there is a supermarket which sells just about everything, with a bakers next door just 5 minutes walk from the apartments. Arillas is a lovely resort, unspoilt and with a good choice of restaurants and tavernas. We are already planning to return to the Tria Adelphia next year, enough said!. "
- Travel date: 10th August 2010
I have just returned from 2 weeks at the...
"I have just returned from 2 weeks at the Tria and was a little disappointed with the accommodation. We were staying in the 1 bed apartments with 1 child sleeping on the camp bed. The Manos brochure says they are spacious, but we found it cramped with all 3 beds next to each other and no space between them. The bathroom was a bit dated and was in desperate need of a new cistern for the toilet, as every time you pressed the rusty old button the plastic cistern moved with it, with the lid being held on with tape. The shower head never stayed in one place and although they did come and fix it, it was not long before it was back to moving all over the place, so we resorted to holding it in place with a bit of string. We visited friends staying at the Kaloudis and found their twin room to be very spacious and modern which is what we were expecting at the Tria! The best bit about the Tria is the pool, which is lovely and kept very clean, although the children's area is very small. Philip and Helen make you feel very welcome, but unfortunately during the start of our 2nd week we had the arrival of several families with teenage children, who were staying in the independent block next door (which is still part of the Tria). The children were left to do whatever they liked and they spent every evening in the children's play area on the swings, which was in front of our apartment. They would most nights be up till at least 2am, shouting and screaming, kicking footballs against the walls and generally making as much noise as possible, the worst was when they didn't go to bed untill after 3am. One particular night I asked them (politely) to keep the noise down, which they never did. When their parents became aware of this they said we were "Southern Softies" and they were on holiday. During our last night several comments were made to us from the dads of the teenagers concerned, I'm afraid I lost my cool and a row resulted. The following day(our last day) we kept out of their way, but again they started on us again resulting in a row, with both me and my son in tears. During both these arguments Philip just stood by and said nothing, we later found out from other guests who were staying there, who were also fed up with the noise, that these families had been regular visitors for the last 10 years and spent most of their time at the Tria. We came to the conclusion that Philip and Helen did not want to upset them as they spent every night in the bar and obviously they were making quite a bit of money from them. Our Manos rep did speak to Helen, but nothing changed, the rep said her hands were tied because these people were staying independently and there was nothing more she could do about it. Didn't get to see what the 2 bedroom apartments were like, but although it's Greece apartments are very basic, and are classed as MM "superior" in the brochure. Holiday there if you like as little sleep as possible, because if the same families are there when you go that is exactly what you will get."
- Travel date: 23rd August 2007
What a fabulous time we had Phillip Hele...
"What a fabulous time we had Phillip Helene Yiannis and Phillips parents made us feel very welcome. The apartments are clean roomy and well maintained; the pool is a welcome place to take a dip but does not have a very large area for young children. The food in restaurant is excellent and portions are very good. Stay for the spit roast lamb on Sunday Big yiannis cooks it to perfection. Enjoyed our first visit so much returning again in 2007. "
- Travel date: 6th June 2007
Hotel was very clean and tidy with a ver...
"Hotel was very clean and tidy with a very friendly atmosphere and people. The pool was rather unsuitable for young children as the water gets deep very easily and can hurt their feet because there is a wire at the bottom of the pool by the childrenâs section and can be sharp. But other than that the holiday was amazing and will definitely go back to Arillas and the Tria Adelphia again in the future. "
- Travel date: 30th June 2004
Tria Adelphia is also called
- Tria Adelphia Mais Apartments