- Wi-fi (fees may apply)
- Individually adjustable air conditioning (fees may apply)
- Electric Kettle: 1
- Room size (sqm): 35
- Smoke detector
- Internet access (fees may apply)
- Outdoor swimming pool: 1
- Safe (fees may apply)
- Wake-up service
- Number of bedrooms: 2
- Direct dial telephone
- Satellite TV
- Cable TV
- 220V power supply
- Minibar (fees may apply)
- Mini fridge
- Cot on demand
- Distance to Kos international airport 7Km
- Distance to Kardamena sandy beach 1Km
- Distance to Kos town center 30Km
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
The Agrelli Hotel Imperial is great-value hotel on the south coast of Kos, in the Greek Dodecanese Islands, is at the heart of a popular and lively resort complete with the classic ... Continue reading
The Agrelli Hotel Imperial is great-value hotel on the south coast of Kos, in the Greek Dodecanese Islands, is at the heart of a popular and lively resort complete with the classic white-sand beach, long summer nights in town squares, and traditional Greek charm.
Located in Kardamena, the Agrelli Hotel Imperial is a small three-storey block, built around a small courtyard garden. There’s an outdoor pool, with hot tub/Jacuzzi, barbecuing facilities, and sun terraces. Most rooms come with balconies, and there are some lovely views from the roof. Family rooms can be booked for even better value, and Wi-Fi in the hotel is free.
Just down the road, you’ll find one of the village’s beaches, and a pretty harbour. If you want to dive in to the local sports scene, ask at the Agrelli Hotel Imperial for details of diving, fishing, and snorkelling trips.
The Agrelli Hotel Imperial has a great setting. Kardamena offers a good mix of activities for families or youngsters who want to let their hair down. There’s a water park – Aquatica – that’s got a good online reputation, as well as plenty of water sports and boating activities. If you fancy exploring the island’s interior then try it on horseback.
A little further afield from the Agrelli Hotel Imperial, Kos Town has some of the classic historic attractions that are a part of most Greek holidays. Waves of invaders – Roman, Turkish, Italians – have left their mark on a traditional Greek port with a spectacular castle as its centre point.
Kos Town also offers decent nightlife, which you’ll find closer to the Agrelli Hotel Imperial – alongside superb beaches – at Kefalos on the south coast. If you fancy going off-shore then it’s possible to do some island hopping, or even take a day trip to Bodrum, one of Turkey’s finest resorts, which is only a 20-minute ferry trip from the island capital.
The weather is pretty much guaranteed on your trip to Kos. There’s a lot of choice when it comes to accommodation, though, and the Agrelli Hotel Imperial – available at great-value prices with loveholidays – offers a great mix of good price and good facilities.
Most popular facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Bicycle rental (additional charge)
- Billiards (Additional charge)
- Games room
- BBQ facilities (Additional charge)
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- Bridal suite
- Car hire
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Mini-market on site
- Non smoking rooms
- Room service
- Safety deposit box
- Shared lounge/TV area
Food and Drink
Evening drinks can be enjoyed at the lobby bar. Halfboard: Halfboard includes breakfast.
The following payments are accepted: Visa Card and Euro/Master Card. Additional fees may apply for certain facilities, amenities or activities. City /Tourist tax is payable locally.
To make booking a holiday at Agrelli Hotel in Kardamena easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Agrelli 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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Hotel address : KARDAMENA,, Kardamena, Kos, Greek Islands, 85300
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