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 251 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
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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 3 in a double bed or twin beds, plus an extra bed.
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.
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Friendly and nice.
This is a relatively small hotel 40 odd rooms, its run by two brothers who do there utmost to see that you have a good holiday. The rooms are quite spacious and bathrooms are well equiped and modern, storage space in the rooms could be a problem for families, luckily our room slept 4 but there was only 2 of us, (do take some clothes hangers, we had a dire assortment in the wardrobe) The gardens are tidy and well maintained but small, there are a few issues with the number of sun beds available but its down to the lack of space to put more in. The pool bar is handy and the staff are friendly and helpfull. Breakfast is (ok) with an adequate choice. Linen and towels are changed 2 times a week and rooms cleaned daily, we would prefer to have towels changed more frequently than every 3/4 days so i asked and fresh towels were given to us. The hotel has quite a few stairs and given its position on quite a steep hill upto the village its not suitable for everyone. The pool is cool but nice on a hot day, however not really suitable for weak swimmers or small children the shallow end is 5 feet 10 inches deep the deep end nearly 9 feet. The beach is about half a mile down from the hotel with a small cafe/bar no food served toilet is available (ask for the key at the bar), sun beds + umbrella is 9â¬ We did enjoy our 2 weeks here.More
Reasonable hotel. Three stars is the correct rating. Probably wouldn't go back.
Owners very friendly and welcoming. Location between Kriopigi town and beach ok (ten minute walk downhill to the beach). This is essentially a hotel for English visitors which was a bit of a let down for me. However, we found new friends at the hotel which had a friendly atmosphere all round. Breakfast fare was disappointing and other food fairly basic. We visited third week of September and arrived to rain which was a shame and it rained on four days out of the eight we were there. This didn't dampen our spirits though. Managed a drive up to the mountains on the mainland which was impressive and found a two very good places to eat locally (also a few not so good).More
Two Friends traveling
As 2 girls travelling, found this place very basic and in need of referb, leaked in water when rained,you need to hire a car due to loccation, Breakfast is basic, boiled eggs processed cheese ham n bread,Not worth getting up for . Only one restaurant in kriopigi is any good Akropolis. Dont have a room near the bar as noisey at night. Wouldn t visit again.More
Where to start......From arrival the welcome was warm and friendly. Sakis, Stelios, Rosa, Frank and Aris made our holiday one of the best. The room (516) was roomy, spotless and the views amazing. The cleaners and cooks work extremely hard behind the scenes. Try the pasta dishes! awesome! Lounging by the pool all day with a glass of vino and enjoying the company of the owners and staff meant we came away as friends. Looking to book our next holiday for 2017. Thank you Aegean.More
O.K. but wouldn't return.
The Aegean was clean thank's to the very hard working cleaner's. We had a sea view room which was very spacious but bare in mind that the sea is about 1/2 a mile away. Breakfast was a bit Groundhog Day. You did get what looked like bacon and fried egg's on Wednesday and Sunday but don't get too excited. The pool is small but very deep, 2.50mtrs. sloping up to about 1.80mtrs. and it was freezing cold. Mythos was 3 euros for a large one, other drink's varied. The beef burger's at the bar were delicious. Greece is no longer cheap. My wife and myself spent about Â£1,000. on just food, drink's and a few taxi fares. in just a fortnight. We found the best place to eat was at the "Bistro" , the Stuffed chicken was pretty awesome. Try the Whitebait at the "Balitsos" and Goat at the "Anthouias" . We started our evening's at the"Casablanca" every night and the host's Debbie and Tony are very welcoming. Debbie is originally from Swansea. We also had a full English Breakfast there on two occasion's to make up for the poor Breakfast's at the Aegian. The beach at Kriopigi isn't that special but if you get a Taxi to the "Azur Hotel" which cost's 5euro's you get to us the sunbed's and umbrellas for free but the Mythos is 5euros instead of 3euros. but the beach is much better. We caught the bus to "Hanioti" one morning which cost's 1.80euros each. "Hanioti" is a larger resort that "Kriopigi" and food, drink's a bit cheaper. We didn't do any of the excursion's with Thomson/ First Choice/ Tui as we thought they were whey overpriced. Kriopigi is a small resort and we both felt that the 2 week's was too long, a week to 10 day's would be enough. To everyone who has been to Greece will know about "Gyros" and these very filling appetiser's will set you back about 3euros. We struggled to find any good quality Greek Cuisine as a lot of the restaurant's favoured fast food, especially chicken, chip's and burger's. The room's at the hotel had telephones so that you could call you friend's in their room's or reception but most, including our's didn't work. The room's also had TV. but what good is 50 Greek spoken channel's in a hotel that cater's for mainly British holiday maker's. I know some people will say "why do you want to watch tv whilst on holiday but on our second week we only had 2 good day's as most of the time it was overcast or raining. Our room, on the top floor got flooded on our last day due to very heavy rain and we had to use both our beach towels (which we had to leave behind as they were too wet) and a bath towel to soak up the water. I know this hotel has had a lot of great reviews and has won awards but any criticism is only meant to be constructive. For a 3 star hotel, it's clean, tidy and the room's are quite large. The Greek Barbecue night with local dancing was just ok. but we didn't participate the following week. To "Aris", keep chasing that cat as that was the best entertainment of the stay. Many thank's to the cleaner's and a special thank's to Rose and Frank (chin chin) at the pool bar. Will we go back, that's a NO from me (us).More
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