We stayed at Aslanis Village Hotel from 3rd July for 7 nights and toughly enjoyed ourselves. We are two 20 year old females so the location and found that the location of the hotel would not suit people wanting to go to the night clubs regularly in Kardamina as it cost us 25 euros each way in a taxi! We were after a cheap last minute deal somewhere that had lots of activities and places to visit, which is exactly what we got. The bus stop that goes to the main towns including Kos, Marmari, Tigaki and also the supermarket which is the first stop in Tigaki, was a 5 minute walk from the hotel on one road. The bus costs 2 euros for one way anywhere, however there are no family or children tickets as its one price for all. The hotel itself was basic. The rooms were cleaned daily and the towels and bed sheets were replaced every day. There was a fridge in the room and the small stores nearby sell a variety of bottled drinks and food including fresh fruit. The bar at the hotel also sell water and snacks including ice-creams. When we arrived at the hotel it was midnight and the family welcomed us and made us feel comfortable. The hotels trip advisor rating is definitey due to their high levels of customer service. Ramona was more than happy to advise us on places to visit, giving us directions and the bus timetable. The hotel is said to be all inclusive but is actually all inclusive light. We found the buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner was filling enough that we didn’t need to snack between meals anyway, apart from the occasional ice-cream. For breakfast there was always cereal, Greek yogurt and a Greek version of an English breakfast. Some days there were even pancakes. For lunch there were pastas, pastries, meat, fish, bread, vegetables, salad and fruit including watermelon. For dinner there was a variety of meals throughout the days including meatballs, burgers, chips, fish, potatoes, chips, pastas, salads, vegetables and bread. For desert Mike the chef made delicious cakes and Greek pastries, but they disappear quickly! Beer is unlimited from the tap from lunch and dinner as is local red and white wine and water. Coke, Fanta and Sprite are available from the waitress. If you enjoy cocktails we’d suggest having one made by Grigorios, severed with fresh cherries or watermelon. There is so much to do and see but rather than organising it ourselves you can take a 20 minute walk to Marmari (or the bus) to visit the trip organisers who will arrange a trip for you, which works out cheaper as the coach picks you up from the bus stop outside the hotel and drops you off there too. We went on the three island tour costing 35 euro. We got the coach to Kos port when we harboured the boat and visited three islands and lunch on one island was included in the cost. On the last island we harboured just off shore and had half an hour to jump of the boat and snorkel. We also booked a trip up the mountains to Zia to watch the sunset for 8 euros. It was a specular view and perfect for a meal while watching the sun go down. The last trip we went on was Paradise Beach for 10 euros which is on the South West of the Island. The beach is beautiful and has a Hawaiian style bar or a Tavern overlooking the ocean. Check out was at 11 am on the 3rd but our flight was not until 12.30 am on the 4th. However we were allowed to leave our suitcases at the hotel and use the shower and toilets below reception after check out time. Each meal after check out time cost 10 euros, Thank you for making our holiday lovely, we hope to visit you again in the future.
Emily Paterson/ Jacenta Bevington
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is located between the summer resorts Tigaki and Marmari ,800 m from the beantiful sandy beach ,2km from the center of Marmari village with supermarkets ,shops ,tavernas and bars ,the bus stop is at 50 m from its gate ,a very quiet location ,ideal with children. The hotel is build with 3 different satelite buildings ,1 with 2 floors ,1 with 2 floors (the same) and 1with reception ,restaurant ,bar breakfast terrace and tv corner.Swimming pool ,children swimming pool ,pool bar ,playground ,table tennis ,beach volley at the beach , Free private parkingBicycle Rental, Car Hire, Tour Desk, Fax/Photocopying ,Air Conditioning, Hairdryer, Bathroom Amenities, Bath or Shower, Satellite TV ,Tea/Coffee Maker,Refrigerator ,Balcony...Room Size: 30 square metersOur rooms are for up to 4 people. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aslanis Village kós
- Aslanis Village Hotel kós
- Aslanis Village Kos/Marmari