Finding an ideal budget friendly resort in Lassi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sunshine Resort, a nice option for travellers like you.
Sunshine Resort is a budget friendly resort offering a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a kitchenette in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Kefalos Greek Cuisine & Bar, Trata, or Kamaroules Stamatelatos Tavernaki, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Sunshine Resort.
Sunshine Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Lassi.
The stay at Sunshine Resort was amazing. The view, the location, the staf was exactly as we wanted. Very important for us was the aspect of room: very confortabile and very, very clean. This is a place that we want to visit again.
The stay at Sunshine Resort was a very welcoming one. The view was beautiful and the resort itself was clean and the workers were very attentive and helpful! It was also a close drive to everything. A definite recommend!
I booked a room at this hotel for a two-week holiday. However, I think the venue would be better suited for a couple of nights stop-over before going on to tour the island. As I'm on a budget, I booked what is listed as the "Economy Room". To be honest, it wasn't much cheaper than places I've previously booked with much more included. Firstly, there wasn't any facility for self-catering at all. Luckily, I'd checked TripAdvisor before going and took a camping dish/plate and cutlery with me. I couldn't believe there wouldn't be a mug, so I really missed having a decent size cup of tea while there! So, I would recommend taking a good selection of crockery/cutlery with you. In the room, guests are provide with a fridge with a tray on top with a kettle, two small coffee cups, tea/coffee sachets, a corkscrew, four glasses, two tiny coffee spoons and two pastry forks! There was nowhere other than the fridge to store food (apart from on top of the fridge). The only place to prepare food was the fridge top. There wasn't much clothes storage either - just one big hanging space with a few coat hangers (no drawers). There was a small dressing table with a hairdryer - but no other surfaces so any food preparation was difficult. In the main room, there were no windows - just a glazed panel in the door (which you could open - but this resulted in the local cats jumping in!). There wasn't a curtain for this panel and there was a bright security light on outside all the time, which lit up the room at night. Luckily, I had a sarong which I used as a makeshift curtain, as the light was really intrusive once it was dark. The room was at the back of the building (the garden side) so it was quiet from that point of view. However, there wasn't much noise insulation within the building and you could hear sounds from neighbouring rooms pretty clearly. Luckily, it was end of season and there weren't as many people about as during peak season, so it was bearable. There was a lot of noise of running water in the early mornings and evenings as the water tank was right under my room so I could hear the adjoining neighbours flushing their loos and running showers from three sides and above - the room to the right of me had three people in it, so that meant a lot of water! There is free air con in the rooms but, when I went, it wasn't really hot enough to need to use it. However, the air con was turned on one evening in the room to the left of mine and the external unit is right outside the bathroom window of the Economy Room - so I can imagine that would be *really* annoying during summer nights. The bathroom itself is really basic but that's OK. The main annoyance was that the plug in the basin didn't keep the water in at all. I carry a spare plug with me when travelling but that wouldn't work either - the water ran straight out again. This was a bit of a nuisance for both washing and washing up (as this was the only place to do any washing up). As a positive - the bed was really comfortable and I think it was a king size, so I had loads of room to relax in. It does take up a lot of the room - which was fine for me, as a lone traveller. I'm not sure how two people would manage with the size of the bedroom and bathroom, though - they'd have to be a couple who get on *really*well! The housekeeping there was good. The cleaner came every day and I had plenty of clean towels, etc. She was also friendly and helpful - although my Greek is almost non-existent and her English was basic! As there were not any staff on site to answer questions, I asked the cleaner (Francesca) about check-out time and she very helpfully rang someone, on my behalf, to ask - which was really kind of her. On the plus side, the management allowed me a slightly later check out as I wasn't leaving the hotel till 2pm on my day of departure and there isn't anywhere to store your luggage once you leave your room. However, this was because I was there in the last week of the season and they didn't need the room for anyone else after me. Also, on arrival, there isn't anyone on-site to check you in. Luckily, I had a transfer taxi from the airport and the driver kindly contacted the hotel management company on my behalf and they arrived very quickly to check me in. Top tip is to ring the number on the board right at the front of the hotel, when you arrive, and then someone comes out to you. I think the other rooms in the hotel were much better appointed and equipped than the room I had, so this review doesn't reflect the quality of the rest of the hotel. The room I had seemed to be the only one with no cooking facilities at all. The view from the front of the venue is amazing and, if you get a room at the front, you have an incredible sea view with beautiful sunsets. The hotel is up a very steep hill, so if you have any mobility problems, it wouldn't be for you. It got me really fit walking down to Lassi and also into Argostoli, the nearest large town (about a mile away). It's well-placed for exploring the south of the island but I would definitely recommend touring if you intend going to Kefalonia, as there are some beautiful villages and towns, full of character in other parts of the island.…
We stayed here for 10 days. The view was amazing and we could watch the sunset. The room also had a kitchen and a refrigerator, so we could cook breakfast, dinner utc. Most of all I loved local animals, very very cute and beautiful cats. While I was there I was feeding them and I very HOPE that they will be fed by Sunshine Resort stuff.
We stayed here for 2 weeks which seems unusual as most people only stayed for a few days while traveling round the Island. The views are the best, waking up each morning you could never get tired of them. Yes the accommodation is basic, we had a kettle and fridge in the room, the bathroom could do with up dating, the best way to describe it is that it is like the original accommodation you had 30+ years ago. The room was cleaned daily, clean towels every other day and sheets changed numerous times. The hill yes is steep but you get used to it but don’t do in the middle of the day when really hot. Take a torch out at night as street lighting is minimal. To sum up you are not paying for 5 star accommodation but you get 5 star scenery.