Wrapped in olive groves on the edge of Parga, Dracos Aparthotel has a peaceful setting and beautiful mountain views.
Dracos Aparthotel has a tranquil setting, tucked away among hills carpeted with olive groves on the outskirts of Parga.
The hotel looks like a quintessential Mediterranean escape, with stone-clad walls, terracotta roofs and wrought-iron balconies. The cherry on top is the good-looking hill-view pool.
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Make a splash in the pool, set in a stone terrace. If you'd prefer to lie in the Mediterranean sun, grab a sunbed and relax overlooking the exquisite surrounding views.
This octagonal number is at the far end of the main pool, with a shallower depth for little legs.
If you’re feeling peckish then head to the pool bar. You’ll be able to grab a buffet breakfast or a light snack, for example salads or sandwiches, throughout the day.
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Studio with Balcony or Terrace
Styled in modern furnishings, these spacious studio apartments come with either a balcony or a terrace, offering that extra space outside. Each apartment comes with a kitchenette, twin beds, and a child bed.
Studio with Terrace
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Our second visit to the Dracos and same as last year everywhere was spotlessly clean and the staff just as friendly, welcoming and helpful. I'd like to give a special mention to Spyros who went above and beyond the call of duty to sort out a couple of issues we had on the first night, he's a fantastic asset to the hotel and it wouldn't be the same place without his permanent smile and boundless enthusiasm. Our 2yr old grand daughter loved him. We had an apartment in the newer block this year and although the bed was just as hard as last time the room was very bright and spacious with a great view towards the hills in the distance. The pool bar is good for lunch and drinks if you're having a pool day and for a quick drink before you go out in the evening although it's still a bit more expensive than the bars in town. New this year was a "cocktail party" every Thursday night with a DJ and dancing, if the mood takes you that is! I thought there might have been some sort of offer on the cocktails such as two for one or a price reduction but everything was full price so there's no real incentive to stay for it apart from getting to know your fellow guests and having a bit of a dance. If you like to get to bed early be warned the music is quite loud and goes on 'till about 1 a.m., we ended up staying for both of them while we were there and a great time was had by all. We must have been fitter this year as the walk back from town barely registered despite the heat, last year we sometimes found it a bit of a drag. We've already booked to return to the Dracos again next year, three times on the run to the same place is unheard of for us which tells you all you need to know about the appeal of the Dracos and Parga. Roll on next June, can't wait.More
Lovely apartments in a wonderful locations with great views on the surrounding hills and Olive Groves. Basic kitchen facilities but you do get a full size fridge..instead of a toaster !! We found the Pool bar prices for food and drink quite expensive but there are tavernas and bars about 5/10 mins walk along the road for better value. Although there are plenty of signs requesting guests not to reserve sunbeds with towels we did find by 9am most of them had gone/reserved, but maybe this is due to the busy time of year. Many thanks to Reception Christina for all her help, always smiling. We would definitely return next year.More
Great accommodation,with excellent and friendly staff,great pool and pool bar,although I must say prices are a little higher than what you would pay in town,but this is probably to be expected,all in all a great stay,and would not hesitate to return.More
Beautiful Hotel, lovely staff but not for self caterers!
We stayed in a family room on the ground floor facing the pool. The room was very spacious with a separating door so kids and adults could have some privacy. The room was very clean on arrival and beautifully cleaned every day. The hotel and pool area were spotlessly clean and the staff worked incredibly hard. Sunbeds were being reserved from very early in the morning (or late at night, I'm not sure) and although there are signs in the lobby to say towels will be removed after 20 mins if beds not being used this was not actively enforced, however I appreciate this is difficult fot the hotel to enforce without upsetting the guests. The WiFi is very intermittent which can be frustrating. There is a disco every Thursday night which goes on past midnight and is quite loud if you have little ones trying to sleep but it is only one day in the week. The walk into Parga takes about 20 mins and is a steady hill on the way back but perfectly manageable unless you have mobility problems. As has been mentioned in previous reviews, the self catering facilities are incredibly basic. Ok for a morning cup of tea and some cereal and a sandwich at lunch but I wouldn't recommend this hotel if you wanted to seriously self cater for evening meals etc. There are hundreds of lovely reasonably priced restaurants in Parga anyway so self catering wasn't important to us. We didn't have a bad meal out. I would recommend this hotel to families, the staff are lovely, very attentive and it is immaculately clean. More
My husband and I stayed for a week in May and were really happy with the room and hotel. We always go self-catering but did find the facilities quite basic. As with a few other reviews the addition of a toaster would have made breakfasts a little more varied but other than that it is sufficient for breakfast and lunch.. The pool area was lovely and clean and the sunbeds very comfy. The snack bar was quite pricey but there were some very reasonable restaurants close by for lunch. The walk to and from the harbour was perfect apart from needing a little torch to walk up from the main road to the hotel. Although all the land from the road might not belong to the Dracos a tidy up is in order.More
Andrea B, 190919
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