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The hotel is a luxury 5-star hotel on the island of Kos which offers an All-Inclusive plan. This gem of a hotel, built in 2009, is located on the Aegean Sea. It is a true example of an elegant, luxurious and comfortable hotel which makes it the perfect destination for a couple’s or family holiday in Kos. In addition, the peaceful environment in which it is located is perfect for rest and relaxation.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 100m from the nearest beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 20km from Kos International Airport.
Rooms at the Odysseus hotel have all the details and little luxuries that a hotel of its quality should offer and are stylish while at the same time functional. There are double or triple rooms and suites in various categories. The views from the rooms are truly worthy of admiration. Guests wishing to indulge themselves can choose suites with a shared pool with private access, the only ones in Kos.There are no details lacking in the rooms at the top Odysseus hotel. They are designed to offer the best services of a 5-star hotel. It’s easy to relax in Kos staying at the Odysseus hotel. Guests can choose the type of room that suits them best. It has 194 double rooms, 61 junior suites, 4 superior suites and 8 executive suites.
Food & Drink
Achilleas Restaurant offers dining in buffet style. Greek cuisine is served at Taverna Argo and grills at the Grill & Steak House Minoas. Gluten-free dishes are also available. Beverages, appetizers and cocktails are offered at the pool bar, while ice creams and snacks are served at the stylish Sirines Bar.
Sports & Entertainment
5 swimming pools, a spa with indoor pool and a private diving school
We stayed for a week as a young couple from May 12th, to start a week wasn't long enough! Such a relaxing lovely place. We had a swim up room which was lovely, we also used the main pool were there...
We stayed for a week as a young couple from May 12th, to start a week wasn't long enough! Such a relaxing lovely place. We had a swim up room which was lovely, we also used the main pool were there were always plenty of sunbeds! Lots of activities going on through the day and the staff weren't pushy and it didn't feel like we 'had' to take part. Lovely welcoming staff, especially in Sirens bar at night time, Paouel and Aris couldn't do enough for us! Along with the other bar staff. Food was great! Choice of 2 restraunts for lunch, our favourite was the bbq! The food was lovely, the Al a Carte was also very nice, worth a visit. Hotel was slightly out of the way, but with Kos just a 10 minute bus ride away for €2 we didn't see this as a problem! We had the best time and can't wait to return next year.. Thanks Astir Odysseus!
My husband and I returned from this hotel last week after a week's stay with them, and had it not been for our two little dogs we would have extended this holiday by a further week. We stayed in the...
My husband and I returned from this hotel last week after a week's stay with them, and had it not been for our two little dogs we would have extended this holiday by a further week. We stayed in the newly built swim up executive pool rooms, and whilst admittedly there were a few teething problems with the rooms as they were brand new, hotel management ensured these were resolved ASAP, and did not rest until they were resolved. There was always a wide variety of food available, and we alternated our lunches between the main food hall and the one by the beach. Our room was cleaned daily and minibar replenished. While most drinks are included in the all inclusive, there are a few exceptions which have a small additional charge, but these are clearly detailed on their menu's. There are so many choices on where to set yourself up for the day under the sun by a pool or beach (or in my case umbrella), it never felt overcrowded or boring. My family either owned or managed hotels when I was younger, so I had a good idea of the standards I was expecting, and the hotel did not fail to deliver. As the teething issues have now been sorted, we feel this hotel is a winner, and has set the bar for us. We will definitely be back, same time next year. Well done to all the staff there, particularly Liza, Lefteris and general manager Julia.
Had a really lovely time at Astir Odysseus & Spa. Spent a week here from 5-12th May 2015. Lovely hotel friendly staff. Great food & weather. Rooms were lovely beds made up for us and changed every...
Had a really lovely time at Astir Odysseus & Spa. Spent a week here from 5-12th May 2015. Lovely hotel friendly staff. Great food & weather. Rooms were lovely beds made up for us and changed every day. Me & my husband throughly enjoyed our selfs here. Entertainment was good some nights, me and my husband sat and played cards in the evenings while we was waiting for the entertainment. 10/10 holiday loved it would go back.
5 Star service from a 5 Star hotel. The large restaurant had plenty of choice and the food was always cooked to perfection, with desserts that were varied, interesting and always well presented...
5 Star service from a 5 Star hotel. The large restaurant had plenty of choice and the food was always cooked to perfection, with desserts that were varied, interesting and always well presented. Plenty of sun loungers available by the large pool nearest to the main building, while we always found some sun loungers vacant by the large beachside pool. The beach, mix of gravel/sand, was kept very clean. Staff always gave us a genuine smile and a welcoming "hello", even if just passing by. The hotel was exceptionally clean throughout with bed linen changed daily. While the hotel is in a quiet, isolated area, Kos Town and Tigkaki are a short bicycle or taxi ride away. While we were there, the hotel was finalising an expansion, but there was negligible noise or dust and the work area was disguised and well fenced off. This should now be completed and in use. We have traveled to many top hotels and this one is of a very high standard throughout. Highly recommended.
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