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Argalasti - Pelion, Chorto 370 06 Greece
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At Leda Resort we have avoided becoming a conventional hotel complex. Therefore, Leda has been designed and built in such a way that resembles a small Pelion style village. All its buildings expand harmoniously amongst lawns, trees and colorful beds of flowers without spoiling the marvelous scenery. Leda Village Resort consists of different types of accommodation. Thus, it is separated in several building sections where each section has its own car park. In front of the Resort there is a beautiful beach that is equipped with umbrellas and sun-beds which are at our guests` service. What is more, all the facilities and activities that are offered at Leda Village Resort make it the most suited for your holiday.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Yoga classes
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Outdoor pool
Shallow end in pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Non-smoking hotel
Sun umbrellas
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
Clothes rack
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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English, Greek
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Ventseslava I wrote a review May 2022
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Our family had really wonderful holiday in Leda Village.The area of the resort is beautiful,spotlessly clean and I will always remember the smell of the jasmine from the garden.We were kindly welcomed at the reception,the check in was quick,professional and polite..Thank you, Erifili Tsirivi!Our apartment had fantastic balcony view over the sea and the olive trees.It was so silent,only the birds and the sound of the sea.The beach is relaxing,the service at the beach bar was also professional,we liked the cocktails.The restaurant had nice view,the food was authentic Greek,very delicious,the service polite.We made some trips in the area of Pelion.Really must see region and Leda Village Resort is the place to stay.A place for aesthetes.Highly recommend!
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
Christine G wrote a review Nov 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands2 contributions
Beautiful aesthetics suites, amazing and very clean rooms and facilities (what a great restaurant) and in a top location in the area. What more could you want? We rented two day beds and hung out by the pool all day drinking, eating, playing and checking out the scenery. I’d definitely recommend the Leda hotel for a unique and great stay!
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Date of stay: September 2021
Anneli R wrote a review Oct 2021
Helsinki, Finland1 contribution
It's right on the beach, with amazing oceanside rooms seeing the sunrise off the balcony. Having privacy and I felt safe there. The staff was awesome, mannerly and welcoming. Can't really complain. I'm being picky, it's worth it.
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Date of stay: October 2021
Andrex-Thessalos wrote a review Apr 2021
Trikala, Greece14 contributions
TRAVELLING TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION: As soon as you leave Volos and Agria, the route becomes so narrow (just one up and down lanes) and in order to reach the place is difficult and boring due to excessive turns with no view from the vegetation! You have to be careful on the road not to be killed, instead to try to look sometimes outwards for a glimpse of a view. The road is miserably narrow except for a few sections, just as it has been always since the day I remember it about 60 years ago while I was a child. Nothing is changed. THE HOTEL: The Hotel from photos it looks like a 4* hotel. But is not! Its just 2* hotel. So, the buildings condition and the apartments are looking good despite their years. But someone will be fed with the uphills. Many uphills! And the cleanliness is almost acceptable. The curtains we found were not freshly washed, as they brought dust on them. The staff is generally relaxed, relatively polite, but not what I would expect as I was a hotelier in the past and deputy manager of a large and very famous hotel infrastructure in Greece for high quality hospitality services ... THE BEACH has gravel and we personally did not like it because 4 meters from the shore stops and the real seabed begins. Apparently an artificial pebble has been thrown on the beach to strengthen it and not be eroded by the waves ... This is also evident from the fact that there is not a single shell anywhere, not even a sample of a shell shore or for a sample! The seabed is not what I personally desire also. It is slimy as it always has been in the Pagasitikos. The RESTAURANT has an average satisfying buffet breakfast, one or two waiters always serves you on your plate with whatever you ask for, but every day there are the same types of dishes. The coffee is Nescafe only. There is no fresh filter coffee or american one, or espresso, except perhaps at the beach-bar we may not have tried it. We did not like the food of the restaurant "Amvrosia" at all. Unacceptable. For five days there, we did not eat again except the first night just to try it. THE MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL is that there is no drinking water inside the Resort and from what we understood, it never existed !!! You have to go and buy bottled drinking water from a small masket inside the Horto village. They do not even offer a shop inside the Leda Village Resort, e.g.: selling stuff of folk art, nuts of the area, the famous sweet spoons from Pelion, etc. and of course the necessary bottled water to buy them inside the site of the Hotel Village, since they do not supply you with drinking water anywhere there!! I felt angry with this situation! In fact, at our first meal at the "Amvrosia Restaurant" there, we discovered that they did not have any kind of water to bring us with the meals, instead they brought us a bottled one 1 lt ZAGORI WATER at the price of 2 € euro please!!! For champagne we paid for the reasonable drinking water as the infrastructure and the installation of the restaurant and the hotel had to provide to anyone by all means. UNACCEPTABLE, outrageous and sad in the year 2020 !!! So we headed farther to other places, such as the nearby picturesque village of Lafkos at an altitude of 310 meters, where we dinned at a barbecue tavern on the main square. But best of all, it was when we visited the best food in the neighboring village of Hortos, in "Martha's Cafe-Restaurant". Really extremely delicious dishes and huge portions like those of Lafkos we enjoyed our meals. The prices are a bit stingy in the main dishes and generally 2 people shall pay around 30-35 € for a good and a rich meal. At least it's worth what you eat! The neighboring village of MILINA did not inspire us either. As I remember 50-60 years ago, so they all remained unchanged as if time had never passed from there. No change for the better or any other utilization or innovation accordingly. We have not seen a food market except for some sad mini groceries of the 60's-70's just with the necessities and someone will surely suffer to find something they will need, especially if they want to prepare food in their kitchen or in the kitchen of their apartment of a guesthouse or an hotel. All of these are synonymous with the area where the hotel is located, and that is why I am writing them. We are not going to go to such a place again. Outdated! There is no reason when there are infinitely better places in our Greece. In our heart from the area and the hotel, only the food of Martha's restaurant remained as an essence primarily, and secondarily in the village of Lafkos with its beautiful square and nothing else. CONCLUSION: AVOID TO GO IN THIS HOTEL VILLAGE FOR VACATIONS. WASTE OF YOUR MONEY AND YOUR PRECIOUS MOOD. YOU CAN FIND A BETTER ONE SOMEWHERE ELSE AROUND THERE, SPENDING THE SAME MONEY AND HAVING DRINKABLE WATER OF COURSE!!!
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Date of stay: September 2020
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: In the mattress of my double bed, a spring prevented me from sleeping well.
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Christina Kazazis wrote a review Aug 2020
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My family and I (2 adults, 2 children) stayed at this hotel between the 17-22 August 2020. It was a trip arranged by my sister and her family in order for us to spend some time together. Issue #1. We were charged 160 (euro) for a room for four people on a half-board basis. This sounded fine as my sister (who had stayed there again in the past) had said that the food was of good quality. Was it? NO! The choice of ingredients was obviously the cheapest, the variety non-existent and furthermore, no beverage was offered in this so-called 'half-board' price. Given that we have experienced several 4 and 5 star hotels (this is 2-star) near Athens (IN AUGUST) that offer all-inclusive packages -alcohol included- for a bit more than 200 euro, we found this price to be extortionate compared with the service we actually received. To add injury to insult they gave the same service (same dates, half board, family of four) to friends of ours (they didn't know they were our friends) for 110 euros. Issue #2 It was just their bad luck that just prior to our arrival we had stayed at another hotel and went straight from this other hotel. The previous hotel had informed us of the new governement covid rules regarding toxic cleaning swimming pool substances, which -they said in all honesty-had to be tripled in quanttity. They had advised us to refrain from using swimming pools because of this- especially when it came to young children as is our case. Hence, upon our arrival in Leda, we inquired into this matter and the receptionist shamelessly reassured us that the toxic chemicals in the swimming pool were at normal levels and not to worry about such things. Result: my son got red eyes and a blurry vision for some time after his first afternoon in the swimming pool. Issue#3. Our initial booking was for the 16th August. Due to an unforseen change I called on the 14th requesting to move our whole stay one day forward. The woman on the phone rudely told me this is impossible as they had NO availablility. Then I decided to ring again and be bolder, guessing that they cannot possibly be fully-booked in Covid season. So I said that unless we can make this last-minute change, we would have to cancel the whole thing. That's when she suddenly 'discovered' that they were not actually 'fully-booked' (mid of Covid season-bear this in mind please!) and that we could, indeed, make the change. Issue#4 I decided not to ruin the last part of our family holiday so I refrained from making any complaints before our departure. On the last day, I went to pay for the room and asked for a formal complaint form. They said they had no such thing and asked me to explain orally what the problem was. So I did. Next thing I know, 5 days after that (my sister and her family had stayed on) I find out that they had complained ...TO MY SISTER about my...BEHAVIOUR . My husband, being a lawyer said this is illegal as it violates privacy laws. And it does. They complained to..my family? Like you do to parents about a rowdy student in your class? Come again..?
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Room Tip: Just play hard to get in order to lower the price
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msgfrenchie wrote a review Oct 2019
Swindon, United Kingdom10 contributions1 helpful vote
We spent a week there with HF Holidays. Lovely hotel, friendly and helpful staff. Located right on the beach, which is of pebbles, not sand. Lots of sun loungers. Did not try the pool. Our room was clean and there is air con, and a little kitchen corner with a fridge. The food was buffet, plenty of salad and several mains to choose from. Desserts not so good - a bit fed up with baklava! Breakfast is varied and plentiful too. The hotel faces west so we saw some beautiful sunsets with mountains in the background. Would definitely go again.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Zoran K wrote a review Sept 2019
Vranje, Serbia2 contributions2 helpful votes
It is 1 star resort. With see like lake. Nice pictures. Low price hotel. Restorant with food like in '70. Small beach with not enough nombers of ambrelas and sundbeds Rooms with 4 terrable bads /not like on pictures/ Terable bathrooms /not like on pictures/ Very good marketing pictures Never come again
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Bill Meares wrote a review Sept 2019
LHR17 contributions5 helpful votes
What a Brilliant Holiday! Myself and my son (18) went to learn to Windsurf and sail The Ocean Element staff were great. We had a windsurfing lesson in the morning and a sailing lesson in the afternoon. Throw in a couple of mountain bike rides with the Ocean Element staff guide...yep, we loved the whole atmosphere A few beers with the staff in the evenings...Just a great time The Hotel itself, well the biggest plus is the convenience. 2-3 minute walk to the beach and bar , Ocean Elements office (sailing/windsurfing/mountain biking/diving all there) The accommodation itself: The rooms were large enough, with A/C and the WIFI worked pretty much everywhere (maybe a bit slow in the evenings, but that was too be expected) The breakfast was OK. If any downside, it was the evening meal in the onsite restaurant. Food was OK, but always a bit cold and the soup was more like water and not even luke warm. However the restaurant was close by and if you are feeling lazy in the evenings it is in a convenient location (I did not see anyone else unhappy with the food, so maybe it was meant to be cold) However the bar also did food which was good - which is a stones throw from the main restaurant AND you are only 5-10 minutes walk from other restaurants in town which is nice to explore away from the Hotel complex. Yet, all said and done, I would go to the resort again....so I would not use the cold food as a reason not to go there again. And the soup discussions provided endless laughs in the bar! In summary a great activity based holiday.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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912elg wrote a review Sept 2019
Tring, United Kingdom9 contributions
All absolutely brilliant in every way .. beautiful place , lovely hotel , not too crowded Even tho it was full , great staff and teaching from ocean elements .. we felt really looked after and learnt to windsurf Luis had a really relaxing time .
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled
Kate V wrote a review Sept 2019
3 contributions2 helpful votes
My husband (51), children (19 & 17) and myself (49) have just returned from a wonderful week with the Ocean Elements team at the Leda Village Resort. If you are looking for a sailing/windsurfing holiday in a quiet stunning location then the Leda Village Resort is the place for you! This is a very remote part of NE Greece and the resort is located close to a small village called Horto. Ocean Elements run the water-sports (sailing, windsurfing, kayaking & SUP) and mountain biking part of the resort. We've previously done similar holidays with Neilson & Sunsail and felt that Ocean Elements give a much more personal service because the club is smaller so you very quickly get to know all of the staff and they get to know you too. All the sailing and windsurfing tuition was included in the cost of the holiday which is a bonus and the groups were very small so you get some great tuition. At the end of the week, we took part in the 'Big Race' which was a friendly event suitable for all levels of sailors. We also joined the Tuesday 'Sail Away Day' (10:30 - 5:00) where we sailed for a couple of hours, stopped for lunch at a local cafe/restaurant and sailed back to the resort. We took part in the quiz one evening which was very inclusive and fun for all. The Ocean Elements team were all very knowledgeable, friendly, helpful & hardworking throughout our week and were a credit to their company (and resort manager Phoebe). There were 27 OE guests staying with us on our Saturday - Saturday transfer but there is also a Weds - Weds transfer so we joined approximately 25 other guests, making a total of just over 50 (much smaller than a Neilson club for example). FYI, the transfer from Volos is 1hr 45 minutes. The resort village is not run by OE and we were pleased to have only booked B&B as this gave us an opportunity to get out of the resort in the evening and enjoy several local restaurants in Horto (5 minute walk) & Melina (a 10 minute taxi ride away). Meals out were reasonably priced costing approx 60-70 euros for 4. The inclusive breakfast was pretty basic. We didn't have lunch in the resort restaurant or beach cafe but chose to eat at Casablancas (a family run cafe 1 minute walk from the beach) or Diplomats (another privately run cafe 3 minutes from the beach). There were a lot of other Greek families staying in the resort but they did not have access to the OE team or sailing/windsurfing equipment apart from kayaks & SUP that they could rent by the hour. It is also worth noting that all Greek beaches are open to the public. The beach wasn't too busy during our stay at the end of August but I would suggest avoiding Greek holiday times as I gather the beach does get quite busy. The accommodation is all dotted around on a hill with stunning views down to the sea (we had rooms 62 & 63). The rooms are fairly basic but functional and fine for what we needed. We were pleased to have AC in the room at night as it was warm. If possible, try and get rooms 22-32 or 51-52 as these are right next to the water's edge (but there is a supplement and probably only available if booked a long way ahead or out of season). There is a nice swimming pool half way up the hill which we used on our first day but after that preferred to take a sun lounger on the beach. The pool was open from 10am - 8pm. The snorkelling in the sea is good so pack a snorkel & mask if you have one. Diving is also available in the resort with an independent company, not linked with Ocean Elements. OE offer guided mountain bike routes (7:30am departure) on approximately 4 days out of the 7. The guided rides were both on and off road and lasted 2 hours. You can also take bikes out on your own but not until 9:30am. There were only mountain bikes available and it would have been nice to have had some road bikes as there are some lovely road rides to enjoy but these are harder work on a mountain bike! Overall, we had a wonderful holiday which was made so much fun by the OE team and the other OE guests who were staying in the resort at the same time as us. We would love to return or perhaps try another OE club in the future.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: The best rooms are 22-32 or 51-52. They are located on the water's edge. The rest are set...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Leda Village Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Leda Village Resort?
Nearby attractions include Horto (0.3 miles), Kalamos Beach (2.4 miles), and Paradosiako Pantopolio To Rodi (2.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Leda Village Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Leda Village Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Leda Village Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Leda Village Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Argo, Ki Opou To Pei, and Taverna Drosia.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Leda Village Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and yoga classes during their stay.
Does Leda Village Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Leda Village Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Leda Village Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the centre of Chorto.
Are pets allowed at Leda Village Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Leda Village Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.
Does Leda Village Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.