- Additional Beds: 2 Sofa Bed
- Air-Conditioning (Individual)
- Baby Cot (extra fee)
- Balcony or Terrace
- Double Bed
- Twin Bed
- Fire Alarm
- Handicapped Accessible
- Handicapped Bathroom
- Mini Fridge
- No.Bathrooms: 1
- Safe (extra fee)
- TV (Flat Screen)
- Wheelchair Accessibility
Aegean Village Hotel
- 8Km from Kos (KGS) Airport
- 0.05Km to beach
- 1.5Km to town centre
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Aegean Village Hotel welcomes you to the Greek Island of Kos, situated on the south coast, a 15-minute walk from the fishing village of Kardamena and enjoys a hillside setting ... Continue reading
Aegean Village Hotel welcomes you to the Greek Island of Kos, situated on the south coast, a 15-minute walk from the fishing village of Kardamena and enjoys a hillside setting overlooking the village below and the Aegean Sea. The attractive, whitewashed Aegean Village Hotel offers a choice of 330 tiered accommodation rooms, bungalow-style, spread over several buildings. Couples and families enjoy the snack and dining facilities with a buffet restaurant and choice of bars; an extensive swimming pool, spa and fitness arena with indoor pool; Kids Club and pool and playground; private beach and sports fun; and organised daily activities and evening entertainment programme. All the right holiday ingredients are here for a terrific break; book into the well-equipped Aegean Village Hotel outside of Kardamena Village on the Island of Kos, Greece.
Olympic-size fresh water swimming pool, sun terraces and garden areas with sun beds and umbrellas; a Fitness Centre includes an indoor swimming pool (winter heated), sauna, Jacuzzi, massage facilities and a gymnasium. Further sports activities include 4 floodlit tennis courts, multipurpose court for volleyball and mini-football, mini golf, water polo, beach volleyball, a games room with billiards, darts, table tennis and foosball table. An animation team supervise daily fun activities and events. The sandy beach fronting the hotel is equipped with sun beds and umbrellas, and there is access to external water sports such as water skiing, jet-skiing, banana boat, parasailing, pedal boats & canoes, rings, windsurfing (valid certificate required, some activities with charge).
Children's fresh water pool. Mini Club (ages 4 to 12 years) provides supervised creative games and fun activities for several hours each day; a mini disco and playground. Cots and high chairs are available on request.
Main buffet restaurant, with terrace overlooking the Aegean Sea, serves a fresh extended continental breakfast and evening dinner of international and Greek cuisines, and drinks service; a poolside snack bar offers a lunch menu and snack refreshments; the evening cocktail bar serves a variety of drinks; the pool bar serves snacks, ice cream and refreshments throughout the day; the disco bar hosts dancing events a couple of nights each week; and there is a TV lounge. There is an evening animation programme of a variety of entertainment which includes a weekly Greek night with live orchestra and professional dancers.
Guest accommodation has an attractive Mediterranean-style with interiors of warm pastel hues blending with soft white tones, drapes and patterned fabrics of rich deep colour, vivid wall artwork and reading lights, smart light wood furnishings on smooth tiled flooring and modern amenities for your comfort and convenience; features include a private furnished balcony or terrace, individually controlled air-conditioning, private bathroom with bathtub/shower, vanity mirror, hair dryer and toiletries, plug-in-&-play internet access, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, desk with chair, full-length mirror, mini fridge, safe box and comfortable seating. There are 2 adapted rooms available to guests with disabilities.
1.5km from Kardamena Village which has a friendly and lively buzz. It's only 30km from Kos Town to find a greater choice of entertainment and dining. Explore the island if possible, on bicycle or by car, to discover the beautiful beaches and also the history of the island.
From 1st January 2018 the Greek government will apply a tourist tax on everyone staying overnight in hotels and apartments in Greece. The tax will vary depending on star rating but will be up to €4 per room per night and will be payable locally on check in. Please note that Medhotel's own rating may differ from the official rating which is the basis for calculating tax.
24 hour Reception Services, housekeeping, currency exchange, free WiFi internet in reception & lobby areas, telephone booths, late departure facility, Doctor's office with daily visits, luggage storage, 24 hour complimentary mini bus service around the complex and to the village, accessible hotel with ramp & wheelchair access, a conference room for 170 people and a meeting room for 8 people – both rooms with A/V equipment and internet, air-conditioning, mini market, boutique, jewellery shop and free onsite parking is possible.
To make booking a holiday at Aegean Village Hotel in Kardamena easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Aegean Village Hotel with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Situated mid-way along the south coast of the Dodecanesian island of Kos, Kardamena is one of the most popular resorts in Greece, particularly with young Brits looking for a lively and entertaining holiday. Once a small fishing village, the town is now very commercialised with scores of English-style pubs and restaurants, and tightly packed apartment blocks. A wide variety of watersports can be organised from the long sandy beach and the Kardamena resort is well-placed for those who want to explore the island's fascinating interior.
The main beach in Kardamena is ideal for lazy days in the sun and for watersports - everything from pedalos to jet skiing and banana rides can be organised, as well as scuba diving and snorkelling. Other beaches with watersports are Banana Beach and Sovereign Beach. The aptly-named Bubble Beach is popular, and nearby Helona Beach is recognised by the Blue Flag programme. There are fascinating historical sites scattered around the island to see while on holiday, particularly in the capital Kos Town, 40 minutes away. Further afield, boat tours can be arranged to the spectacular volcanic island of Nisyros and to Rhodes (though be aware the journey takes almost three hours).
There is a wide choice of restaurants in Kardamena to suit all tastes, from Indian and traditional Greek to fast food joints and cafes offering full English breakfasts and Premiership football. Even those with a penchant for good home food should try the local fare, at least once. Good Greek restaurants include Andreas, Scala, the Chrisopoulos Family Taverna and El Greco, all on the seafront.
It's not quite Ibiza, but the nightlife in Kardamena is still fairly intense, with dozens of bars and clubs catering for all musical tastes, from indie classics in the aptly named Stone Roses Bar to cheesy pop in Cheeky Monkeys. The main nightclubs are Status, Starlight, Honey and Downtown, which all stay open until 4am, and 6am at weekends.
Kardamena is packed with shops offering everything from designer clothes to tacky holiday souvenirs. Most are located around the main square. Good buys include the local jewellery and sponge (from the Nisyros volcano). For those in self-catering apartments, there are some good supermarkets offering most of the well-known brands. The two largest, both called Louis, are situated in the main square and by the bridge at the top of Main Bar Street. There are also some interesting local markets, including one on Bodrum, across the water in Turkey (Tuesdays).
Holiday visitors should be warned that all the bars on the main strip along the Kardamena seafront have loads of touts working for them, trying to get tourists in, which can become annoying after a few nights. Drinks can be expensive, for Greece; it's best to stick to the local beers.
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Hello, Approximate transfer time via shuttle bus is 25 minutes or by private taxi is 15 minutes.
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