We stayed here as part of my husband's 45th birthday trip to Greece. It was a splurge that I felt was worth it for the once-in-a-lifetime view and unique cave room experience, and I wasn't wrong. The room, pool, and view were all better than I expected. We really appreciated the port transfer they arranged for an extra fee, because the port is madness, and the help with our luggage. We stayed in the largest room that comes with the largest pool because it was the only one available for our dates (which worked out nicely). The room was so nicely decorated with cute little touches such as a record player and books, and plenty of amenities (hair dryer, slippers, robes, pool towels, fridge, iron, air-conditioning, etc). Check out the Sophia Suites website if you want to see the differences in the rooms to make sure you know which one you're booking (I ultimately booked with the Hotels website due to their rewards program). The balcony is spacious with a sofa, patio table and chairs, hammock, pool that is larger than I expected, and that VIEW! It's too bad they don't have a kitchen, but that's to be expected with a cave hotel that only has 3 suites. There's a restaurant directly above it, and we were given other restaurant recommendations. Also keep in mind, they don't have a reception for the same reason, but someone will meet you there to check you in and give you useful information. You can reach them anytime, if needed. I have already been telling people about this place.