Do not expect any luxury when you come to the Kirki; comfort levels are basic, hygiene is less than perfect and whilst the accommodation is certainly spacious, the rooms are not always well designed. If you are staying in one of the split-level maisonettes, for example, you can only get down to the lower level via seemingly never-ending stairs.
The apartments, which can accommodate four to five people, have tables and chairs, a small kitchen with a refrigerator, a sink and mini-hobs; whilst the bathrooms have a shower, rather than a bathtub, but no shower curtain. Cleanliness is clearly not the top priority here, and the rooms have no television and only optional central air-conditioning. However, the intimacy that the hotel offers, along with its typical architecture, should add a touch of authenticity to your stay, and all on a budget! Some of the accommodation has semi-private terraces, complete with deckchairs, that overlook small garden areas, though it is also possible to request a pool view.