Hotel Three Brothers
This central hotel has a restaurant and a beachside pool. Plus its Greek nights get top marks for entertainment.
Location-wise, this hotel couldn’t be any more central – turn right at the front of the building and you’re on Sidari’s main strip. Slip out of a little gate by the pool and you’re on the sandy beach.
As the name suggests, the Three Brothers is a family-run place. It has a pristine pool and a good reputation for evening entertainment – including Greek nights. There’s also an à la carte restaurant.
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Based On 589 reviews
- 1 Building
- 3 Floors
- 42 Rooms
Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Properties with a traditional feel
- Often family-run
- Picturesque settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 5T
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This curvy number comes with a relaxing setting and shows off a whirlpool bath. With sunbeds, parasols and pool towels.
In the evening, this place serves-up dishes, from a varied set menu. You'll find vegetarian options, as well as a range of desserts on the menu too.
For some local flavour, stick around the hotel of an evening for a chance to enjoy some traditional Greek dancing.
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Absolutely fantastic staff
We have stayed at the three brothers hotel for 22 years. The hotel is situated right on the beech and also in the middle of the strip. The pool is beautiful, the hotel is spotless, the entertainment is fantastic. The staff are absolutely incredible, Melanie, Pauline and Chris are the most caring lovely people you could meet. When you arrive all staff are there to greet you and take you suitcases to your room, you will be made to feel like friends from the moment you step foot through the door. Nothing is too much trouble and all staff will go above and beyond to make you stay the best it can be. Chris is absolutely hilarious and will keep you entertained with his dad jokes and is on hand throughout the night should you need anything at all. Now for the personal bit....... we as a family have been coming to the three brothers for many years, my children and I have had the best time and the staff have created many fantastic memories for us all,they have watched my children grow from young children to adults. Melanie, Pauline and Chris have become my adopted family, nothing is ever too much trouble, it’s actually them I come to see! Chris has made me laugh so hard I have peed a little. I feel privileged to call all the staff friends and I keep in touch with them all regularly, they seriously are an asset. I can’t thank the three brothers enough for many wonderful years and I am counting down the days to my next visit. I love them all. XxMore
Only place in Sidari main street where you can eat in lovely, quiet, air conditioned and beautiful setting..i am vegetarian they catered for me no problem a lovely older gentlemen was excellent he made our evening lovely food beautiful WELL DONE XMore
This was our favourite place to eat the service was great every time with smart waiter service and the menu choices were ample for every taste ,prices were great for a hotel of that quality and the food delightful this must be a place for anyone to try you won’t be disappointmentMore
One of the friendliest hotels we've ever visited
The Three Brothers is a lovely little hotel in a prime position in the centre of Sidari with direct access to the beach from the rear of the hotel and to the 'Strip' at the front.. The hotel is about forty years old and could be said to be a little 'tired' in places but it is kept spotlessly clean and is well decorated. There is a pretty full 'a la carte' food menu as well as a more limited one for guests staying on a 'half board' which includes both Greek and British dishes and the management go out of their way to offer alternatives if the choices do not find favour. The food itself is very good and the portions large. The strongest argument for using this hotel is the superb , efficient and very friendly staff, from the Reception to the Waiters, for whom nothing was to much trouble. The qwner,Laksis, leads from the front, always available, asking how we are and whether things are ok. He also takes the orders for dinner and sorting out alternative meals when either our daughter or grandaughter didn't fancy the set options. He was also there when guests left after their stay, shaking their hands and wishing them a good journey home. If you want to stay at a nice small and very friendly hotel in a great location then the Hotel Three Brothers is the place to go.More
This was a “last minute” deal with Tui and it exceeded all expectations. From the moment we arrived to be greeted by Chris holding a well needed bottle of chilled water, to the moment we left, all staff have been fantastic. The hotel is a little tired looking but as you hardly spend anytime inside, you forget about the decor and just concentrate on the fantastic pool & outside area which are kept spotlessly clean. Waiters bring your drinks to your sun loungers. The food in the hotel is excellent. You need to choose your meal before 1pm on the day. All food was then freshly cooked. Portions were on the large size & the one thing I kept commenting on was that all food was delivered to your table boiling hot. So unusual for a hotel but so great. Do try the Mediterranean pie, best thing I have ever tasted. Lunch time snack menu is superb & cheap. No need to wander from the hotel for lunch. Entertainment is varied & again no complaints. It is so good that people who are not staying in the hotel even come in to watch the tribute acts. The hotel is situated on the main road which is full of bars, restaurants & shops which do open until the early hours but the noise does not come into the rooms due to the triple glazing. Also have to mention the fantastic showers in the bathrooms. So powerful & plenty of hot water. We will be returning as many of the holiday makers do.More
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