I came here to go to the Pozar Hot Springs. The hotel was very nice and I was happy here. Very clean, well-decorated. My room had a big terrace, and even a mini-kitchen which I didn’t need, but would be useful for some. Good buffet breakfast with eggs, yogurt, hot tiropita, olives, ham, cheese, cake, cereal etc. Really inexpensive for what I got, at least when I went mid-week in mid-October. They do NOT speak English, but you’ll be okay. NOT a spa. But you’re there for the hot springs! Alas, the hot springs are a fairly long walk away. But this is still a good location, close to the little town, stores and eating places ( I liked atmospheric Daphni’s, just up the road). The hotel does not have good signage and the internet maps are confusing; it is behind Hotel Palladium, so home in on that. Awkward to get there by public transport from Thessaloniki. You have to change buses in Aridnea. I think more buses run in summer. Beware the bus stop signs along the main road: buses do NOT run along this road, at least not in off-season, but they leave the signs up anyway. The hot springs are an off-the-beaten-track treat in a beautiful setting. Happy soaking!