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Angela Beach Hotel

Astrakeri 490 81 Greece
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Welcome to Angela Beach Hotel, your Astrakeri “home away from home.” Angela Beach Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

Rooms at Angela Beach Hotel provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.

You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant while staying at Angela Beach Hotel. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Angela Beach Hotel.

Astrakeri has plenty of Greek restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like The Three Brothers and Fish Taverna Gregorys, which are serving up some great dishes.

Angela Beach Hotel puts the best of Astrakeri at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Outdoor pool
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Great View
Languages Spoken
German, Greek
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holidayreview2017 wrote a review Nov 2021
18 contributions26 helpful votes
We arrived 26th September and the lovely receptionist upgraded us to a sea view room. The view was amazing. The room was clean and spacious so no complaints there. The pool gardens and communal areas were clean and well looked after. Shuttle to Roda fab, and Roda is lovely some great bars. Our only complaint as such was that the food was limited on choice. Although everything we ate was delicious. All in all a lovely hotel but not really for brits only a handful of us. Mostly German but that was ok. A really lovely break and well needed after having 4 cancelled holidays.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Leigh S wrote a review Sep 2021
Stanford-Le-Hope, United Kingdom2 contributions5 helpful votes
So I don't like doing negative reviews but here goes. We arrived on 10th September 2021, really looking forward to our weeks holiday. On arrival we could feel hundreds of eyes staring at us and we didn't understand why. We went into the reception and booked in. A nice lady booked us in and we were shown to our room. The room was very clean, however it was right at the back of the complex, far away from all the amenities. This trip was a present from myself to my wife and I knew I had booked a superior room . We made our way back down to reception and I questioned this. I asked if they had another room by the pools or closer to the main amenities. I was categorically told that we weren't ALLOWED to book these type of rooms . When I questioned why I was told that my tour company could only book that block. I wasn't happy but we went to the bar to have a drink and chill after a very long airport transfer. It was at this point we noticed everyone looking at us again and then it dawned on me, we were the only British people there !! We were surrounded by HUNDREDS of Germans. I went back to the reception and asked for them to book me a taxi for the next morning as we wanted to go home. They said they could move us to a family room by the pool and they would cover the rest of the cost, which we were very thankful for. From then on it all went downhill. The food is German. The facilities are all catered towards the Germans. There is no nightly entertainment. We were made to feel like we were imposing in their hotel by the other guests. The all inclusive drinks are limited to a very small selection (the carbonated drinks are serve yourself and very cheap flavoured colas etc). The television channels are all in German. The resort is extremely isolated with no bars or restaurants within walking distance LUCKILY ... They do supply a free bus service into Roda village. We got the first bus out at 0930 and returned on the last bus at 2305. We only ate once at the hotel due to the type and quality of the food which is only aimed towards the German guests. We did look at the food on offer at breakfast and lunch to see what was there, unfortunately it was as we previously witnessed. When the local shopkeepers and restaurant owners asked where we were staying they asked why we booked into a German hotel ? It has always been a German hotel for over 20 years !!! I am not racist and do not have any prejudice towards any other nations As much as the hotel will deny it ... THIS IS A GERMAN HOTEL !!! The beach is very rocky and covered in seaweed and very small to cater for the amount of people that wished to use the beach - no social distancing at all (unlike the situation on Roda beach). The 3 pools are ice cold, you would think that the water would heat up having the sun beating down on them but this is not the case, sun beds are basic. The beach at the village is raked daily and drinks brought to your subbed .. Amazing locals. We were allowed to go into the apartment block, down the stairs to use the hotel facilities to freshen up before our flight home, as we understood, we were the only people leaving at that point (only our cases in the storage room). NO key in the door to lock the area. My wife was in there getting unchanged as I went to get something from reception. Shower was running and a random lady stranger walked in as my wife stood there naked - the lady continued to come in and use the toilet, no apologies, she could see what my wife was doing, why did she carry on???. Seriously!!! When my wife spoke to the receptionist she said that there is no key incase a small child locks themselves in - Then keep a key at reception and when a guest would like to use those facilities, give them the key. Very easy solution or at least tell the guest what can happen. I can't understand why someone who is a guest would want to use this area if they had their own room??? Also, do not put anything on the floor in the shower/toilet area when the shower is on as it will get very very wet, the soak away does not work at all. My wife also reported this to the receptionist who said she already knew. If we had known then what we knew now, we would have stayed in the village and gave this hotel a very wide berth. This hotel should not be advertised on British travel websites We loved the local residents in the village and we met some fantastic people there PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT BOOK THIS HOTEL !!!!!
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Date of stay: September 2021
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: You can't book good rooms if your not GERMAN
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Ann-marie W wrote a review Sep 2021
Birmingham, United Kingdom12 contributions6 helpful votes
We are currently staying here for 11 days. We are on day 6 so we have been here long enough to write a review. If your English, I'd stay away. No really. 99% of the other holiday makers are German. We have only met 3-4 others that are English. Now, no offence to any German person, but the whole hotle is catered to Germans. 10+ different TV channels - all German. The "nice" rooms are ONLY for Germans as thier tour operator has some kinda deal with the hotle that ONLY Germans can stay in the nice rooms. And English arnt allowed there. If you walk around to to other bar/restaurant in the "nice" bit, they all look at you like your not allowed around there. "It's a local pub, for local people!" Food is all catered to German tastes. Who has cream cheese with poached pears??? 50% of the staff are friendly, the other 50% will try and slag you off to other staff in front of your face in Greek thinking that you can't understand. Well, newsflash, the other half's nan was from Athens and he grew up learning Greek sware words (as kids do, ) so he knows when your calling him a "Thick w@nk€r" for asking a question about the hotel. The only good thing I will say about this place is that it's very clean. Rooms cleaned daily with new towels. And they are hot on you waring masks inside. Free bus into Roda Town which is very useful as you are in the middle of nowhere due to its location in a cove and can't really walk anywhere. Hotle beach is small and covered in seaweed, ok for the kids, but not great. Although a little 3 min walk away there is another beach which is bigger, cleaner and calmer waves for the kids. €10 for 2 sunbeds, but you can then eat or drink anything from the little bar upto €10 while you are there. Its a good system I think. All in all, if you want the basic, and are not a fussy eater and don't mind being the "only English in the village" it's OK. But honestly, I if I would have known I would have paid the extra couple of hundred or had less days to stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Just don't come unless you know a little German or are part German
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kharroubi wrote a review Sep 2021
Norwich, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Food average, no entretanment, special treatment to German tourist so if your coming from UK all inclusive don't kind apply ( local Alchol only any cocktails is extra) this is not my first all inclusive I was in Tunisia. Spain, Cuba... The rooms are clean I won't recommend it
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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rumburaque wrote a review Aug 2021
Prague, Czech Republic2 contributions
Terrible experience So, I have been to two 3* star hotels in, and two 4,5* Greece so far. Therefore, I might have some grounds for comparison. During my last night I had run through my mind and wondered what the precise description of this place is. It was slightly startling, but I have made my mind upon S***SHOW. Basically, this is not the way you should run your hotel. Room Services& Rooms 5/10 There is no way knowing when those ladies show up, some day they woke up us at 8am, other day no showing up until 13:00, next day not even showing up. But be fair to the hard working ladies...I will come back to this topic later. But the rooms were clean and well attended after all. The rooms itself are clean and cosy. Food 2,5/10 Comparing to other hotel in same * level, this ABH was real disaster. Breakfast 4/10 basically top of the daily menu - but still bad, my kids love the crisps, pancakes, when you have two hungry boys, they will offer you bowl of 7cm size, imagine how many time I would have to run there and go back again. So i was shouted at by personnel by taking the not allowed bowls. Which were hidden for the supper... If you like light breakfast, perhaps yogurt, fruits, nuts, then you are lost. When you get the luck of meeting kiwi, then it’s so stupidly cut that you are wondering who did that. Coffee was real disaster. Dinner & Supper 1/10 If you want to eat sauerkraut and pork, bland okra (which was the only Greek food on table), everything was purely bland, vegetable was just pure disaster, sides just those mammoth fries, rice, pasta /well over al dente/. Midway food 2/10 They are offering some kebab, french fries and tzatziki from 10-15. Kebab was the worst i have ever had, tried it twice, still the same, did not tried the fries but at least looked like the real french fries. HOTEL & overall 0/10 Fun fact which is not really fun. You cannot pay by any kind of card within 5km area, no ATM at hotel too. So, even by the reception you cannot pay for tourist taxes, renting car in place is only cash. But the worst fact is the plastic waste of this hotel. For me as a person who absolutely disapprove over usage of plastic - cups, plates, spoons - it was real nightmare. This hotel provides its guests with one use plastic cups, on breakfast, during the day, and just count if there is over 1thousand apartments, what is the plastic waste of this place…and the staff always looked at you suspiciously when you asked for the glasses. The beach at the hotel is not nice, but you could walk few hundred meters and there are some fine beaches. Best option is to rent a car and somewhere else. If you are looking for the common greek hospitality then you will not get it here.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Sleep Quality
$52 - $161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Angela Beach Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Angela Beach Hotel?
Nearby attractions include The Vine (3.0 miles), Vintage Cocktail Bar (2.9 miles), and The Boathouse Bar & Cocktails (1.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Angela Beach Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Angela Beach Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Angela Beach Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Angela Beach Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Roda Park Restaurant, Nikos Family Taverna, and Eviva cafe bar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Angela Beach Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Angela Beach Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Angela Beach Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Angela Beach Hotel have airport transportation?
Yes, Angela Beach Hotel offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Angela Beach Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including German and Greek.
Does Angela Beach Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
Is Angela Beach Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.