Stayed at the Sellas Hotel May 2010.very nice and clean ,run by lovely people ,very helpfull ,Hotel very near enterment and beach ,Pool lovely and private ,would stay there agaain ,
Stayed at the hotel with a friend in October this year, Mymoza and Marios made us feel really welcome and couldn't do enough for us. Felt like home from home and I will definitely be going back soon. Spent most nights having drinks with them and George the owner before hitting the bars. Relaxed laid back atmosphere and fantastic company.
We were at the Sellas Hotel last week, 21st May 07, and breakfast consisted of bread, boiled eggs, one type of cheese, one type of cold meat, cornflakes, tea and coffee and orange juice, that is your continental breakfast, better to go to outside restaurants if you want a good breakfast.
I haven't stayed here but reading the comment about sickness well we stayed somewhere else and yes there was a bug on the island because we had it and friends of ours stayed somewhere else and one of them got it
hi me again didnt fill in top bit .the sellas is far from average couldnt leave it like that !!!!!!!
just retuned from sellas hotel 6 adults 1 baby in our baby in our party. room was basic but clean the cleaners cleaned our room 6 days a week and we had clean towels every day. the fridge in our room really helped as we needed milk for our baby. mimmosa and mirka were lovely and were really good with our little boy. most of our group got the bug which had nothing to do with the cleanliness of the hotel or anything we ate it was just one of those things. our rep any was very nice and always available if needed. the hotel was within walkin distance of all resturants and bars, but i would advise hiring a car as the rest of the island is lovely. some people complained about the hotel but afterall it is a 3 star hotel and if you want a 5 star hotel you should pay for one, in my opinion the staff made the sellas 5 star
another great holiday in sidari,stayed at the sellas hotel again and had a really good time .special thanks to mimosa,marios,kostas and marika the cook alsoandy the rep who was really helpful.once again thanks .
andy the rep was really funny and helpfull hotel staff were great and i would like to thank every one involved
hello everyone its andy here the rep from the sellas just a quick note .
Hotel very basic, staff pleasent enough, mimosa the barmaid nice but beware her son is the child from hell, he is left to run around the hotel and splashes everyone in the pool, do not leave anything by the pool side , you will not see it again, We had a few things go missing within our group and we were sure it was the little lad stealing, Rooms are very small the fridge leaked. Mosquitos are in abbudance so take plenty of repellent with you but you can buy it when you are in corfu. If you like blackpool you will love it here!! everyone is english, you will find plenty of macdonalds and fried chicken places, the best bar we found was Fagins (turn left out of hotel first right and it is next to the car hire shop). We hired quad bikes for two days, best thing we did because we could escape sidari and find some nice places to visit.Do not book days out with the tour operators it is cheaper to do it in the travel shops in corfu... dont book the albania day trip it is a long day and will bore you to tears (unless you are interested in old ruins) Cofu town shopping trip was good but can be expensive. Overall i would not personally visit corfu again, it is no cheaper than the uk, a pint will cost you 3 euros (apprx £2.10) cigarettes slightly cheaper. The best night we had there was the greek night. good luck!!!!
My boyfriend and I stayed at the hotel Sellas in september 2005.
just booked 2 weeks at sella's hotel for july i have 3 kids 2 are teenagers is this hotel suitable for 14 & 15 year olds? cheers
Has anyone got the telephone or fax number of the Sidari Beach Hotel. I need to contact Kiki, the Manager, and have lost the details.
hi in answer to your question it takes 4 - 5 mins to walk into the centre not very far at all but if u r drunk it takes like up to 30 mins.ha ha. just 2 words of warning beware of the man in the white corsa he tries to kidnap you and beware of the creature from the deep ditch that runs down the side of the road we named it nessie coz we think he moved to sidari but he also stays in the pool in sellas at times too. have a nice holiday
Well run friendly family hotel - breakfast is continental - rooms basic - beds, fridge, kettle, TV - regularly cleaned & towels replaced, both small & large(ish).
Just back from Sellas. Poor overall conditions, equivalent of one star, low standard. It really depends what you're looking for but we were disappointed to the point that we considered changing hotel the day after. The room was very small and we immediately complained. They finally gave us a bigger one and we decided to stay. No telephone in the room, you have to pay a deposit of 20 Euros for TV remote, towels are very small, lighting poor, they clean 6 days a week and change the towels only two times a week, breakfast is undrinkable cafee, jelly jam and white bread in spite of the fact that all tourists are British. Obviousely you can pay extra money for a proper English breakfast which will cost you twice as the restaurant next door. The fridge in the room is very noisy. We renamed Sidari "Piccadilly Circus" as you can only find British food and everything is taylored for British tourists, from Karaoke (noisy becauase very close to the hotel) to mega-screens projecting football in the bars. A pint costs between 2.5 to 4.5 euros depending of the kind of rip-off you get. We hired a car and decided to spend all the time in better locations around the island. If you like this kind of vacation you're better off in Newquay. Never again.
We have just come back from staying at the Sellas Hotel and would almost definately stay again! Great location near everything and very clean with great friendly people!!! Definately recommend it!!!!
My husband and I have just returned from the Hotel Sellas in Sidari. This is a small family run hotel and all the staff are really helpful and friendly. Rooms are very basic, but clean Small bath and hand towel per person are changed every two days, beds every three days. They serve food during the day and it is excellent. I don't know if they serve food at night, but there are loads of places to eat. The hotel is very child friendly. If you like chinese food there is a great restaurant as you leave the lane to the hotel turn right, as you approach town it is on the righthand side and up the stairs. It is called the New Wok. The view is fantantic especially the sunset and there is usually a lovelly cool breeze.
Me and my boyfriend have just booked to stay in the hotel sellas for a week from 4th July 05 and was wondering what its like? So far I see good comments but they're from a couple of years ago. Anyone been recently? Is the beach nice?
we are off to sidari in august with our two young children, really wanted to know what the hotel stella is like,is it a child friendly place? and what sort of breakfasts do you get when going bed + breakfast?