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I don't know what everyone else's experience is...but from the hotels that I've been to in Greece many of them don't have restaurants attached to them like they do in other countries. Many do offer a great selection for breakfast though :) This is just a tip for those making travel plans this summer. Expect to eat out at restaurants or grab some snacks from the grocery store. Safe travels!
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I NEVER eat food at any hotel that I have stayed at in Greece. Greece is really not an all inclusive type of vacation (at least in the 20 times or so I have been to Greece in my life :)

I would recommend eating at the non-touristy places, most local tavernas are family owned and very good. Most food is made to order and clean from what I have experienced.


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