Soula Hotel can be great or less than great depending on your expectations and I would dare say your age. The good stuff: it's close to the beach of Agios Georgios, two blocks away. It has no view of the sea, but you can walk on the sand in two minutes. There are plenty of bars and restaurants there. Walk ten more minutes and you are at the port and have access to much more. The staff is polite and accommodating. I had to delay my arrival for a day and they made the change, no questions asked. My personal complaint is that the place is very noisy. People walking outside and talking at 3 am, as well as inside the hotel as they come in. The walls feel paper thin. Even if you close the windows and crack up the A/C noise will come through. No curtains on the windows mean that the morning light comes through in the morning, and this will wake you up too. The room (two single beds - my choice) was small. The balcony was overlooking a street, not particularly interesting. You couldn't really spend time in the room; just sleep or get some rest and then leave. But does it matter? Here is what I think: if you are young and under 30 none of the above matters much. I saw young kids coming in and out and seemed perfectly happy, as they should be. Me, on the other hand, I had to use earplugs and a mask over my eyes. Overall, I would say, given the situation, the room may be slightly overpriced, but overall, here is my conclusion. If you don't mind the noise and the morning light coming through the windows (which by the way can be easily fixed by the hotel), Soula's Hotel offers you quick access to a nice beach and to the "Chora" of Naxos. If that's more than enough for you, go for it.