See why so many travellers make Veggera Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Perissa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Veggera Hotel provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Veggera Hotel guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast.
While in Perissa, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Veggera Hotel, including Tranquilo (0.1 mi), Fratzeskos Fish Tavern (0.4 mi), and Santa Irini Bakery (0.4 mi).
Best of all, Veggera Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Perissa attractions like Church of TImios Stavros (0.3 mi), which is a short distance away.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Veggera Hotel as you experience all of the things Perissa has to offer.
My partner spent a day on their beach and at the end she slipped on one of the wooden boards laid out as walk ways. These boards are a good idea but there is absolutely no cleaning or maintenance. By the afternoon there was so much sand and water on them that everyone could see they were an accident waiting to happen. Once my friend had slipped there was no one around to give a hand or help until after lots of arguing and passing of responsibility. Please watch yourself and maybe choose another beach area for a real pleasurable afternoon
A very nice and cosy hotel with a lovely seaview. The service is so good whether it is with the receptionists or in the restaurant. My stay with my friends was cool thanks to their advice and recommendations. I definitely intend to go back gor my next vacation!
A clean spacious and bright 4* right on the beach.With covid the hotel, restaurant pools and beach are quiet and there are plenty of loungers available with drinks service. Air-con in the rooms is good. Plenty of room to keep your distance on the beach, in the hotel and in the restaurant. Lovely helpful staff. You can take a taxi to Fira to watch the sunset and have dinner but the town is much busier than Perissa. This is a great choice for a safe quiet break.
We were here in Covid year, so it was maybe quieter than usual, but we loved the peace. We had a room with a sea view, and no noise from party people at night. The sea is calm, but the bottom is slippery on entry. Some deep drop offs as you move out may worry parents with kids. The hotel is right on the beach. The sunbeds were plentiful and free, but the hotel charges 1€ for renting a beach towel. Plenty of supermarkets, bakeries and restaurants nearby. If you need anything for your room eg glasses, staff are happy to provide if you pop down to reception. The pools are very clean, and quiet as there are not many rooms, plus beach so close. Pools are deep if you have small non swimming kids be warned. The hotel is charming....very clean but very friendly. Do not stay here if you want shiney, international style....this is Greek and Greek hospitality. From here you need to hire vehicle (30€ a day) to visit Ancient Akritiri, Ancient Thera and OIA. All worth a visit, but too far by bus...all buses go via Fera, so a long ride. Can do all three big sites in a day if you work hard, or 2 days more relaxed pace. Akritiri you need a face mask in Covid regs. Shops and Reception should wear mask. Restaurants etc no masks required.…
We expected Perissa to be somehow a copy of Kamari, which we knew from before. But it isn't. Although Kamari in general might be more upscale, it is quite synthetic. On the contrary - Perissa and especially the Perivolos part have kept a lot of original Greek charme. Veggera is one of the best hotels in the town, cosy and clean. A lot has been said against the subterrain rooms, but it might not be a wrong decision as thus you stay protected from the heat. OK, you can use the aircondition a bit more, but we like to turn it off during the night. As we had a maisonette and those are direct under the roof it was nt always possible. But by themselves, the maisonettes are very nice and we were satisfied. Half-board is served and not an unreasonable choice if you stay for for just one week or less. During the pandemics the breakfast was served too and it was rich enough. A small grocery shop is also there, just a couple of steps from the reception. Sunbeds are free. Entering he sea is somewhat troublesome as someone got the unlucky idea to "alleviate" it wigh conrete, but due to a thin layer of algae that concrete is now very slippery. Due to pandemics there is no regular daily room cleaning, just on request, but you can request ir every day. Probably due to the low number of tourists the coastal street/promenade was not closed for vehicles even in the evenig and this was a bit disturbing. Most restaurants and pubs are open, but they run quite on empty. You can rent a car from the help of the reception or in the town - the prices are the same. You wil all visit Fira and Oia, but take also a trip to Emporio, a non-touristic traditional village, which is very close.…