Aegean Aparthotel  

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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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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Outdoor pool

With sunbeds and parasols.

Bar*

Offering snacks between 10am and 8pm and drinks. Big screen TV showing live sports.

Lounge

With a bar and satellite TV.

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double room with pool view

Double room with pool view sleeps up to 4 with extra beds, a TV with local channels, maid service 6 days a week and a small minibar. Air-conditioning is chargeable.

double room

Double room sleeps up to 4 with 2 extra beds, a TV with local channels, maid service 6 days a week and a small minibar. Air-conditioning is chargeable.

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Good and not so good

Had a fabulous 2 weeks in Hotel Aegean we met some wonderful people. Our room was spotlessly clean, the shower was one of the best with a glass cubical rather that the plastic ones that stick to your body! the bed was lovely and comfortable we had a lovely balcony with a view of the sea, there is a safe but you have to get on the floor to open and close it! And air con which you have to pay for highly recommend it as you will get bitten and hear the noise at the bar if you leave the door open. There is a small fridge which is very handy to keep drinks chilled, there isn't any glasses in the room but I'm sure that if you ask for some at the bar.. Good luck there! Now here are some things that were not so good,after checking in we were given our directions to our room and this meant that we had to drag our cases down a spiral staircase along by the pool and up 2 flights of stairs so if you are older or disabled beware.although the sheets and towels were freshly washed they were covered in stains the towels were limp and see through these are the towels I throw out or use for mopping up spilliges or dry the dog,beware. Breakfast is very basic although there was always something to eat no salad or fresh fruit. A tip is to buy your own and eat it in the restaurant. No saucers to put your small cup on a bit strange. And the wifi is rubbish be prepared .If all these negatives were put right then this would be a perfect hotelMore

Happydays303, Kent, United Kingdom

Last Minute Deal Which Was a Massive Surprise

Myself and my partner booked this hotel 13 days before travelling. We were not expecting much from the hotel but were extremely surprised by it. The rooms were clean, very big and staff were friendly. The breakfast was also better than expected, with english options available as-well as the continental options. The pool was extremely clean and was cleaned every night, however, ITS VERY DEEP with the shallow end being about 5.2ft deep (my partner couldn't really stand). The walk to the beach is nice however we never walked back as its very steep and because of the heat. There is a train which runs every hour to the town for 1 euro. The hotel food is of good standard if you are spending the day by the pool and the evening restaurants in the town are varied and some very good. we would recommend the Bistro (the first one you come to) who were very good value for money. WiFi worked in certain locations but was extremely slow and also mysteriously said we had the wrong password between 5-7pm (think it may have been changed between those times). Also YOU HAVE TO PAY for AC (35 euros p/week) and the in room save (15 euros p/week) so take extra cash!More

Brad B, Devon, United Kingdom

Amazing holiday in Halkidiki

Visited this hotel with a friend for a relaxed girls holiday in July 2015 and was not disappointed. The hotel staff were so friendly, hotel was spotless, close to the town and beach...couldn't have asked for anything else really. Travelled with Thomson's, so transfers/bags all included...one week B&B for £280 - great value. We travelled with too many euros as advised by all the we spoke to because of the problems in Greece however there was no need to, as tourists there are no problems with money that we experienced at all...media hype! The beach is a 10 minute walk down the hill and is really quite, sea is beautiful and if you buy a drink from the café there you can hire sunbeds/parasols for free! The walk back up the hill is challenging, however you can catch the land train back up, which drops you off on the main road, for only 1 euro. Breakfast is basic but nice enough, however the food that you can buy around the pool bar is lovely, should you want to stay around the pool. The restaurants in Kriopigi are great and plenty. Lots of supermarkets etc - everything you need should you want to stay put for the week. All in all a great holiday and I will definitely return.More

adellshel, Cornwall

Impressive

Came here in July 2015. We were really impressed with the hotel. Staff were hospitable, rooms were spacious and clean, good atmosphere round the bar during the day/night and well placed for beach and town centre access. If I returned to the area, I would definitely stay here. We're a 25-30 aged couple. Not appropriate for children More

Rob0988Mcr,

relaxing and lovely holiday!

booked a holiday here with my boyfriend after finding it through the Thomson website. Paid 255 each for flights, hotel and transfers so thought we would give it a try after never visiting Greece before. Flew into Thessaloniki airport and then got on the bus that takes everyone to their hotels. Journey took around an hour and 20 minutes so wasn't too bad. When we arrived at our hotel we were pleasantly surprised! Room was modern and very clean, massive double bed and a single bed (which we didn't use) and the bathroom was gorgeous! we had a lovely balcony with a sea view overlooking the pool. Aircon and a safe were both available at a cost but we didn't buy either of them as we felt we were fine without. The pool area is lovely with plenty of sunbeds and a good sized pool. One thing i will warn people of though that the pool is very deep so not very suitable for young children but they do have a small paddling type pool too. The pool bar is great for lazy lunches by the pool, okay selection of meals at reasonable prices - food is very nice - greek salads are HUGE so good for sharing! Staff at the hotel are all very friendly, especially the owners! The one wearing glasses is always around the pool bar and always wants to chat which is nice. Aris their pug is adorable, naughtiest dog i've ever come across (but in a good way!) Breakfast is pretty basic - bacon, eggs, sausages, toast, greek yoghurt etc. Coffee is lovely. If you walk out the main doors of the hotel and go right up the steep hill you will find a wide range of restaurants and shops at the top. We personally found that Anthoulas, Nikos and Akropolis were the 3 best ones by FAR. Anthoulous was amazing food (try and get the balcony tables if you can!) and wonderful service, couldn't do enough for you, they even gave us 20% off the bill! We tipped £10 euros and didn't even feel that was enough - definitely recommend. It is quite hard to find but if you walk up the hill behind Casablanas and you walk past a church then you can't miss it. Nikos was good for cheap and cheerful meals, all nice food and nice service. Akropolis was fabulous - their greek night on saturdays is a MUST! best night of the week! As for the beach, you turn left as you come out of the hotel and it is around a 10/15 minute walk (dont listen to anyone who says its a horrible walk, it's fine!) On the walk down, you come to 2 different turnings one left and one right GO LEFT! that takes you to the nice part of the beach. At the beach you can get 2 sunbeds and an umbrella for 6 euros for the whole day! It is so gorgeous down there so definitely worth a visit, sea is crystal clear. We also booked an excursion - The sandy shores boat trip one. and we definitely recommend doing this trip, it was breathtakingly good. So all in all the holiday was brilliant and that was all down to this lovely hotel in its lovely surrounding. Kriopigi is quiet so if you're looking for a bustling, busy holiday with loads of clubs then this place probably isn't for you but if you're after a peaceful, relaxing, enjoyable time away with good food and good company in a beautiful surrounding then please book at this hotel! Would 10/10 go back next year! :)More

ellprisk, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Aegean Aparthotel
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 154 customer reviews
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