TripAdvisor reviewers love this friendly, family-run hotel, which is just a short walk from the beach and bars.
This place is owned and run by 2 brothers. And they’ve made it a high scoring hotel on TripAdvisor. The deep pool is one reason, as is the restaurant, which hosts a barbecue night every week.
There’s a Blue Flag beach 15 minutes’ walk away. It’s a sand-and-pebble number with several tavernas and cafés. And if you don’t fancy the walk, there’s always the little shuttle train.
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Based On 301 reviews
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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
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With sunbeds and parasols.
Offering snacks between 10am and 8pm and drinks. Big screen TV showing live sports.
With a bar and satellite TV.
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Studio with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
These studios have views of the sea from the balcony or terrace. Air-conditioning* is also available. They sleep up to 2 in a double bed or twin beds.
Double Room with Pool View and Balcony or Terrace
You'll have a pool view from your balcony or terrace in these double rooms. Decorated with matching soft furnishings, they can come with air-conditioning*.
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A nice place to chill and relax
I stayed here at the end of September with my sister. It was at the end of the season, and the weather did cool after 2 days of our stay. However, we made the most of things by exploring the local area on foot, and by local bus. Kriopigi is a quiet resort, but still has a few lovely tavernas and restaurants. Nikos was a favourite of ours. The service was great, and food plentiful and tasty. The food at the Aegean was also good. The beach was clean, and sandy with a few sun beds for hire. My sister and I enjoy walking, and so we walked along the beach to the next resort of Kalithea (it took about an hour). The pool was very deep, but was clean and refreshing to swim in. The sun beds around the pool were comfortable, and when the sun came out, it was a relaxing place to chill and soak up the sun. We met some lovely friendly people at the hotel, and very much enjoyed our stay. We especially enjoyed the Greek BBQ night. Thank you Aegean.More
Great hotel, very clean and friendly. Great location with some beautiful views. The main road it just a walk up hill to many nice tavernas and a walk down to the beach, very blue waters at the beach. First holiday alone and felt very welcome by Stelios and Sakis as well as all staff.More
Adam D, 186298
I stayed here on 18th September for 7 nights with my Mum. Firstly, the only downpoint - which didn't actually affect me or my Mum - the pool is 1.6m at its most shallow, which is fine if you're an able swimmer, however not ideal for children! Now, to the positives...Frank and Rosa are an absolute credit to this hotel, they keep the hotel laughing, safe and clean (along with the fantastic cleaning team). We stayed bed and breakfast, which was perfect as we loved trying all the lovely local restaurants! The breakfast itself was good, bread, eggs, bacon, sausages, beans, fruit, yoghurt, tea, coffee, juice etc! The room was nice, and the shower was amazing! We were in the new building so had a beautiful view of the Aegean sea from our balcony. There was plenty of space around the pool area for everyone, with lots of sun beds and umbrellas. The pool bar was a on the expensive side, so we did not use it. We attended the Greek barbecue and dancing evening which was fantastic, everyone was dancing and joining in, and the food was lovely, too! Great value at €13 each! The beach is a good trek, however if you take your time (and plenty of water) it is an enjoyable walk and some beautiful views. We also saw a local train which transported people to the beach, but we did not use this. The village itself (Kriopigi) is a little isolated, but there is enough to keep you busy for a week! To get to the shops etc, there is a 10 minute walk (which is entirely uphill). We ate at various restaurants, however we found Anthoula to be the best, followed by The Bistrot! There are local buses (well, I say buses, but they are actually coaches!) which run daily. We used this to travel to Afitos, it cost €2.10 per person each way. I would highly recommend visiting Afitos, it boasts some of the most beautiful views I've seen, along with some gorgeous places to eat and drink! We visited the beach at Afitos, there is some busier areas, however if you prefer a more quiet beach, then there are some lovely peaceful areas, too! Overall, a relaxing holiday spent at the Aegean Aparthotel, I would visit again for sure! More
Ashlea C, 186334
Got a cheap deal and it still wasn't worth the money!!
First the good bits - this wont take long. Cleanliness - I disagree with previous comments about cleanliness as the staff were always buzzing about cleaning and even my almost OCD partner was impressed with the lady who cleaned the dining room and was very thorough. Young Staff - I fully agree with positive comments about Frank and Rose for whom nothing was too much trouble and always polite and cheerful. Cant say the same for the two brothers who run the hotel. Now for the rest. Everything seemed OK when we first got there but this soon changed, especially when the weather wasn't so good. Everything in this hotel is intended to funnel guests down to their pool bar which is considerably more expensive than the bars up the road. This includes minimal facilities in the rooms which includes the lack of any glasses for water. If you borrowed one from the bar it was reclaimed the next day probably so that you had to buy a drink to get another one. In the end we, along with many other guests, bought a cheap touristy glass from one of the shops in Kriopigi which could not be mistaken for one of the hotels glasses. The hotel made an 'effort' with Greek BBQ night but it wasn't much to write home about unless you have a penchant for Greek Dancers who look bored out of their brains. In the end the hotel guests all congregated at some of the bars and restaurants up in the town (which is only a short walk away albeit uphill). When the owners discovered that guests were doing this they started sulking rather ungraciously. There is not much to do in Kriopigi if you do not like lounging about all day or if the weather is cool and breezy. There is a nice beach which is about a miles walk down the hill and there is an hourly bus service back up the hill for only 1 euro. Also if you like a lay in and your room is at the back of the hotel you may be unlucky as the council empty the bins noisily at 6am sharp!!More
Very nice Holiday.
I would highly recommend this hotel as a holiday stay. We stayed here for 2 weeks with our 2 year old daughter. The staff were excellent, they on more than one occasion went out of their way to help us, including when we had an issue with the child cot. Yes the hotel is on a hill but this is Greece and not the Netherlands. We would definitely go back.More
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