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This is a city hotel through and through. The lounge is the social hub, doubling as a breakfast room, bistro and sports bar. Rooms, meanwhile, are simple, with tiled floors and ... Continue reading
This is a city hotel through and through. The lounge is the social hub, doubling as a breakfast room, bistro and sports bar. Rooms, meanwhile, are simple, with tiled floors and butterscotch-coloured bedding. The seaside promenade leading out of Kos Town rolls right past the Citylive Hotel. Wander 10 minutes west and you’ll be in the centre of town, and five minutes east to get to the marina.
LiveCafé doubles as a sports bar, so you can catch major football matches on the big projector screen.
TV with sports channels
You'll find a TV in the Live Bistro Café that shows all the big sports fixtures from around the world.
Daily entertainment programme*
The daily entertainment takes place around the café bar area.
Food and Drink
LiveCafé is decked out in lacquered black tables and lime and cream couches, and serves up dishes like steak, chips and wraps. Expect long, lazy breakfasts, too, with pastries and strong coffee.
Live Bistro Café
This stylish eatery is decked out in a modern, minimalist style - think leather tub chairs and slate floors. This is where you'll find the buffet breakfast, and light lunches and dinners are also on the menu. It's open all day, so it's a handy place to grab a drink or snack, too.
'Early traveller' breakfasts are perfect for those who like to watch the sunrise - they kick-off at 4am and include things like pastries, cookies and hot and cold drinks. That said, if you'd like a few extra hours in bed, the all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast is served up from 7.30am to 10.30am.
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The ancient port and popular holiday destination of Kos, the capital and major town on the island, has been home to Egyptians, Romans, Venetians, Ottomans and the Knights of St John. Their marked presence can be seen in the ruins of the Roman baths and amphitheatre remains and in the 15th-century castle, built by the Knights of St John, which still stands as a supreme sentry today.
There has been much development over recent years, with apartment blocks stretching out to the suburbs of Lambi and Psalidi (to the north and south respectively), however Kos remains a fascinating and cosmopolitan town with a good mix of culture and entertainment attracting thousands of holidaymakers each year. There is a busy nightlife with no shortage of bars and hotchpotch of restaurants from English-style cafes to local tavernas - many situated around the old harbour area overlooking traditional fishing boats and sleek yachts. The main beach in town is a fairly narrow, shingle affair packed with beach chairs and umbrellas, but there are better beaches a short bus journey away. Kos Town is perfectly situated for taking boat trips to Turkey and the nearby islands.
The main beach in Kos Town is narrow and pebbled, but nearby Tigaki is 6 miles (10km) of pure white sand. Lambi, Psalidi, and Agios Fokas are all popular beaches in easy distance. The beaches offer a range of water sports, including waterskiing, parasailing, and banana rides. The town also boasts a number of historical and cultural attractions, including the Hippocrates Tree, Knight's Castle, and Archaeological Museum. You can also visit nearby villages with interesting sights like the ruins of old Pili and the ceramics shops in Zia.
There are many restaurants in Kos clustered along the waterfront and around the main square, ranging from traditional Greek to Italian, Chinese and western. Bittersweet Creperie is a great bakery for a midday treat, and Avanti serves great pizzas with a beach view. Caravan is a popular restaurant serving everything from traditional Greek food to pizzas and lamb chops, while Olympiada has a more local menu.
There are bars, pubs and tavernas scattered all over Kos Town, but the unlabeled 'bar street' is the place to go at night when it comes to life with bars and discos. The party lasts until dawn, and offers an eclectic mix of music, from local bouzouki orchestras to thumping electronic beats.
Kos Town is the major shopping destination on the island of Kos. There are a number of souvenir shops along the seafront and in the old town, and the market in the centre of town selling spices, olive oil, and seashells. There is also a small indoor market, but the main shopping area is found between Eleftherias Square and ancient Nymphaion. Popular souvenirs include jewellery, leather goods, and clothing.
The nearest sand beaches are several miles from town, and the nightlife can be overwhelming for tourists looking for a quieter holiday.
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