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The luxurious 5-star Grecotel Kos Imperial Hotel overlooks the Aegean Sea, surrounded by private grounds and palm trees with direct access to the beach. Its facilities include 6 pools with waterfalls and lagoons, a water sports centre, 4 restaurants, 3 bars, the Elixir ThalassoSpa, and day and evening entertainment. The smartly decorated, modern rooms and suites feature satellite TVs and mini HiFis.
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This modest hotel is situated in Lambi, just 1.2 kilometres from Kos Town and 24.5 kilometres from Kos Airport. Visitors will find themselves within just steps from a fabulous white sand beach, numerous shopping and dining venues as well as rich historical and cultural heritage including Kos Town Castle, legendary Hippocrates Tree and the Ruins of the Ancient Gymnasion. This affordable property offers comfortable and luminous rooms for all those who look for budget holiday on this quaint Greek island. Each guestroom offers an oasis of peace and serenity to all those who need rest after days spent on exploring the area or sunbathing on the beautiful nearby beach. Every morning patrons may enjoy a hearty and varied breakfast buffet of fresh local products at the on-site dining room. Afterwards guests may enjoy a drink from the bar and set out to explore the area.
This unpretentious apartment is situated in Kos Town. The property features a total of 25 units. Guests can make good use of the wireless internet connection available at the public areas of the apartment. This establishment does not operate a 24-hour reception. Communal areas are wheelchair accessible at this apartment. Pets are not allowed at Theatraki Apartments. Theatraki Apartments provides parking for guests' convenience.
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Hotels in Kos
Considered by the Ancient Greeks to be the sacred land of the god of healing, Kos is unmatched in combining natural beauty with activities that cater to any interest. Whether marvelling at the island's ancient ruins, chilling out on one of its world famous beaches or partying the night away at one of its many bars, Kos really has something for everyone, making it the perfect summer holiday destination.
Though its capital, Kos Town, is Kos's epicentre, the whole island is within driving distance; a mountain hike followed by a sea swim is an easy day's outing.
History and Culture
Located in the ancient region of Caira, Kos still contains many monuments to its Roman and Byzantine ancestry, making its ancient ruins some of the most revered in the world.
The town of Pyli, a 25-minute drive from Kos Town, contains a well-preserved Byzantine settlement overlooked by the remains of a 14th Century Castle sitting atop the town's highest point. The modern quarter of Pyli also contains many tiny galleries showcasing local art.
For those interested in more ancient history, Kos Town contains The Ancient Town, largely constructed in the 4th Century BC. Impressive buildings such as the Large Basilica still remain largely intact.
As Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates, a physician considered to be the father of modern medicine, must-visit is the island's grandest “sacred hospital”, the Asklepieion. A 15-minute drive from Kos Town, it is hidden away by dense forest, giving rise to a stunning view of the contrasting landscapes.
Part of a mountain range separated by earthquakes during ancient times, Kos boasts breath-taking and diverse natural scenery.
An active volcano on Nisyros is located a short ferry ride from the mainland, and the Ancient village of Nikia offers a bird's eye view of the volcanic crater caused by an eruption in the 15th Century.
Kos also offers endless stretches of postcard-worthy beaches, and its hot, dry summer climate ensures that there is no better place for worshippers of sea and sand.
Eating and Drinking
Good local food means that Kos allows tourists to eat well very cheaply. Its 290km of coastline offers some of the freshest seafood anywhere in the world. Tavernas selling fish caught that day are numerous and excellent value.
In Kos, like anywhere else in Greece, the tipple of choice is Ouzo, an anise flavoured spirit. Any Kos bar worth its salt will serve Ouzo, which is usually drunk over ice.
Though its party-hard reputation is not entirely undeserved, Kos hosts a range of night-time hotspots to suit all preferences.
Kardamena boasts its famous strip Bar Street, which during summer is packed with partyers enjoying its many bars and nightclubs. Many Kos hotels overlook the strip, ensuring safe and easy journeys home.
For those looking for more relaxed nights out, an evening in the mountain village of Zia will not disappoint, offering the best tavernas and sunset views on the island.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kos
What are the best hotels to stay in Kos?Grecotel Kos Imperial Thalasso, Dimitris Paritsa Hotel and Gaia Garden Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Kos.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Kos?The cheapest price for a double room in Kos is £17, offered by Diamond Boutique Hotel.
What hotels are in the central Kos neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Kos are Annoula Studio & Apartments, Akti Palace Hotel - All inclusive and Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa.
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