Naxos|0.33km from downtownThe Argo is a typical Naxian boutique hotel – small, comfortably appointed, close enough to the beach and with a sea view in some rooms. Helpful, courteous staff, and our room was modern, well-appointed and enjoyed a reasonably-sized balcony with a distant sea view. (Our son and daughter-in-law reported that their non-sea view room needed a refresh – but I didn’t see that for myself…) Breakfast is standard Greek hotel fare – delicious and encouraging me to eat too much! Two major gripes, though: first, the internet in our room was almost non-existent. Down at reception, it was quick enough, but who wants to pad around a hotel’s public spaces in pyjamas while trying to pick up email or send pictures to family via email? I also developed an acute problem with my business back home, which needed fast internet access for a very short while – again, off to reception to solve the problem. It’s my view that any modern hotel that does not offer fast, reliable internet in-room needs a health warning. Second, come sleep time, when we turned the lights off, a small night light came on in one of the ordinary light fittings. Brilliant, perhaps, if you have small children or are scared of the dark. Awful if you want full black-out. The problem was solved by removing the key tag from its socket (which is needed to activate the lights and air-conditioning) – but that also turns off all the power sockets – not much use if you’re charging camera batteries or cell phones or tablets, etc. Net result: on with an airline ‘sleep mask’, which I find very uncomfortable. On balance, if I was offered the chance to come back here, I’d think twice about it because of these problems. I can’t comment on price/value for money as this was part of a package bought for us from an Athens travel agent.