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Delfini Hotel - a few questions

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I've adjusted my budget and am now about to "splurge" for the Delfini Hotel. I'm now trying to understand the difference between staying in a Junior suite in complex A or studio in Complex C. Is one location better than the other?

We are staying 3 nights beginning September 22. My primary concerns are location and access to the swimming pool, if the weather is right. I don't know how awkward it is to walk from Complex A to C if we decide to stay there.

I'm looking for pleasant ambiance & a beautiful view, with the convenience of the pool. I don't need a lot of amenities, but I do like a room that is pleasant to sleep in. I like the idea of the pool so that we can take a dip if it's warm out.

Many thanks for all your help so far. I've posted this separately since I've made the decision on this hotel, although I had been originally deciding between Old Oia houses & Lauda.


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