There’s a decent-sized swimming pool, which has a little section for children. You can get drinks and snacks from the bar, which is bolted on to a traditional restaurant. The hotel’s main draw, though, is the weekly Greek night, when a barbecue of local dishes is accompanied by folk music and dancing.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Little ones get a small, grassy playground to themselves, which is just behind the pool terrace.
FOOD & DRINK
You can start your day with a full English breakfast in the restaurant, then sample homemade Greek dishes for lunch and dinner. Try the chicken gyros, Greece’s take on kebabs, and the veggie-stuffed vine leaves.
- Poolside snack bar*
You can order cool drinks, coffees and a traditional breakfast here.
- Local cuisine restaurant*
The hotel’s weekly Greek nights are really popular. Expect to be pulled onto the dancefloor to get involved with the traditional dancing and singing. Discos and karaoke nights are also on the cards.
- Weekly Greek nights*
The hotel hosts a Greek night once a week, there's Greek dancing and local food.
Outside, there’s a good-sized pool, with a corner that’s sectioned off for little ones. The property’s restaurant-bar spills out onto the waterside terrace, so you’re never far from an ice-cold drink.
- Outdoor pool
This pool is set by the restaurant and bar, and it's edged by sunloungers.
- Kids' section in the main pool
There's a shallow area for smaller swimmers.
- Shuttle bus to Afandou Beach
- Free Wi-Fi
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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