Set right on Almiros Beach, the all-inclusive Almyros Hotel lies in 35,000 m2 of well-tended gardens. It has a free-form pool with sun beds and umbrellas. A children’s pool and playground are provided for younger guests.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel overlooks the beach
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 41km from Corfu airport
All air-conditioned units open to a balcony with garden, pool or Ionian Sea views. Each includes a pay TV with satellite channels and a hairdryer. Some accommodation types are split-level with an attic. Wifi available at an additional charge.
Food & Drink
All meals are served in buffet style at the 2 restaurants of Cyprotel Almyros Hotel. Guests can enjoy refreshing drinks at the poolside bar, enjoying views of the sea and the sunset.
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel has a large swimming pool and a childrens pool. There are two tennis courts, one basket court, 5x5 football pitch and pool table. For the children there is a mini club, while the animation team is offering a day and evening programme with various sports, shows and special events, both available in German but everyone can participate in all the activities. Almyros Hotel is located 2 km from the small town of Acharavi with several taverns and bars.
I spended a week in september 2014. The waitresser was very nice and we had such a good weather. The value for money was excellent. I was with my boyfriend in this hotel and we stayed in a...
I spended a week in september 2014. The waitresser was very nice and we had such a good weather. The value for money was excellent. I was with my boyfriend in this hotel and we stayed in a romantically room. I like club Versus is also very nice I love this place :)
Had a lovely break here, this little place (quite large actually with very attractive gardens) was very nice indeed. The food was nice, varied and hot, It was sometimes a bit difficult to find a...
Had a lovely break here, this little place (quite large actually with very attractive gardens) was very nice indeed. The food was nice, varied and hot, It was sometimes a bit difficult to find a seat in the main restuarant but we always did, some lunch times we would eat outside near the pool area, this was lovely. The staff are very friendly and are hard at work clearing tables all day. Rooms were cleaned daily and were very tidy, decor slightly dated but this is often the case in greece, aircon was great and worked very well indeed. The only downside to this hotel was the hot water being not very hot most of the time, apart from this I would really recomend this hotel for a good value break.Acharavi is great and Roda is a stones through away. P.S takemosquito repellent!!!!!!! NOTE: Traveled in June 2013
Me and my partner went to this hotel for a week in September 2014 and had such a lovely time. The rooms are basic but are clean and the maids clean your room every day/every other day. Had no problem...
Me and my partner went to this hotel for a week in September 2014 and had such a lovely time. The rooms are basic but are clean and the maids clean your room every day/every other day. Had no problem with anything beig taken as was worried from previous reviews. The food is average, but there is a few tavernas down the road which are lovely. The location is perfect and was so picturesque! The beach is right across from the hotel and the pool is massive and lovely! We got a good deal for the week away and it was definetely worth the money! In future I wouldn't go all inclusive as the tavernas were much better! Quad bikes were also really good fun! And the town of Roda was lovely! I would recommend not to get the wifi in the hotel as I bought it the first day but wasn't told how to use it properly and went back everyday but I wasn't able to access it so wasted all the money paying for wifi for the week and staff weren't helpful. Overall I would go back to this hotel Again but self catering and nt getting wifi!
Stayed at the hotel for a week in septet and it was terrible. The rooms were dirty, no pillowcases on pillows, shower broken, toilet was dirty and leaking, cobwebs everywhere, broken tiles outside...
Stayed at the hotel for a week in septet and it was terrible. The rooms were dirty, no pillowcases on pillows, shower broken, toilet was dirty and leaking, cobwebs everywhere, broken tiles outside room door, food was abominable- what you didn't eat for breakfast you got served at lunch and what you didn't eat at lunch you got served at dinner disguised with a bit of cheese or sauce!! The drinks were disgusting which resulted in us buying cans of soft drinks every day from the mini market on site. Location was awful. There is nothing round about meaning we spent a lot on taxis. All in all a terrible hotel and I definitely wouldn't recommwnd or return!
If you plan on beating the rush of people on holidays in Acharavi then May is the perfect time. Those looking for a quiet holiday will normally find the beaches deserted, although the weather may not always be just as stunning as those summer months. Expect temperatures in the lower 20's and perhaps a small chill at night but still pack the beach clothes as when it is sunny, you will still get a tan! June and July are the hottest and busiest months, so you can expect the place to be a bit more crowded. The autumn months of September and October may experience a bit less sunshine but nothing can taint the beauty of this island!
All travellers are advised to ensure that tetanus and polio vaccinations are kept up to date. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all travellers over one year of age coming from infected areas.
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