Welcome to Apollo Hotel, your Vasiliki “home away from home.” Apollo 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.
Apollo Hotel is a family-friendly small hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Vasiliki. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Yacht Cafe Bar and Jomil, all of which are a short distance from Apollo Hotel.
Apollo Hotel puts the best of Vasiliki at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The best (strongest!) cocktails in town. Great happy hour in the evening 1800-2000. Cocktails properly made to order and not watered down as is often the case when they’re on promotion- friendly bartender Billy was welcoming and made great margaritas!
We had really big space in our room or actually it was two rooms one with a double bed and one with a single bed and a sleeping couch a big bathroom and a balcony Nice quite surroundings just across the street was a nice little beach You can walk to the harbour with all restaurants in 10 minutes Typical breakfast but exactly the same food every morning
Really good location on edge of old part of vasiliki, close to harbour with tavernas and shops. Lovely sea view with yachts and water taxis coming and going. Shared hotel with Czech package holidaymakers - turned up without booking. Excellent refurbished room with large balcony shaded with large palms. Buffet breakfast adequate. Value for what we paid.
Misery of hotel, REAL DISAESTER, I don't recommend to eny one to stay in this hotel.The food is a real misery, the owner of hotel is the poorest owner, he account the part of tomatoes and the onion in the dish.the hygiene is terrible. The pool is very small, the beach also, but the food, the breakfast and the dinner is never see on the other place in Europe, real misery, the poorest meal 🍴 in whole Greece, I really don't recommend to any one.
I was travelling to Vassiliki, Lefkada, with my girlfriend in July, we stayed in Apollo hotel for 7 nights and it was the most terrible, worst, i can describe how it was, i wish i will forget this experience. The hotel it looks old, and very dirty. There are a lots of cats, cockroaches, even in the restaurant it was a cat. (is not a real restaurant, is like a taverna where they serve the meal). The staff is horrible too, it is a old man that is the owner of the hotel, and from his behavior you can think that you're in a army. Nobody is smiling, all are nervous and rush. The food is the worst food i ever eat in my life. In every morning is only egg with some cheese and bacon, probably he give it from the day before. The only good thing is the view from the balcony, you have a beautifull view of the bay of Vassiliki. I didn't like Vassiliki, only old people. It looks like a poor village. I don't recommend this hotel to nobody. You will have a nigthmare and your holiday will bored and wish to go home early. I stayed at the top floor, the air conditioning was not working.…
We travel as a couple, we have a superior room, at the 3th floor, room nr 50. the room was clean, spacious, very great view to the sea, balcon. The food simple, every day the same on breakfast, and the diner taste the same, he have pork, beef, chicken, pasta, fish,..Very good rapport price/ quality.
Rude staff (the old man&the blonde czech lady). This is a family hotel, full with small children. The pool is small and full with children (all the time). You cannot enjoy it because they jump in the pool and make noise. The Wi-Fi works one or two hours per day. The air conditioner even if show 18 degrees it feels like 30. In the last day we discovered under our bed a rotten fruit which has been there for who knows how long. The breakfast was the same every day. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
Very good hotel, excellent beach. Simple breakfast, excellent diner. The room was nice (number 11) with private balcony with view of the pool and the sea. The pool area was great and the bar have some affordable drinks. Quiet place. We had friend who were staying on the other side of Vassiliki and the wind there was terrible. Here there was no wind at all.
We traveled as 2 couples and we had 2 adjoining standard rooms and both of them had large balconies (almost larger than the room itself) from where the view was spectacular. The smell in the room was quite bad, always had to keep the windows open. The tap in the bathroom was leaking and the bathroom door did not close. However. the other room did not have these issues. Sheets and towels in one of the rooms were changed on a daily basis, while in the other one only once while we stayed there, so it seems that they are handling each room differently. The breakfast was quite poor and the same every day, but the dinner was very tasty, although not much to choose from. The hotel is close to the center of the town, but not too close to hear the noise from the tavernas. There is a small beach in front of the hotel, but both the beach and the water is rocky, still quite enjoyable.…
Unfortunately, although the resort is a beautiful one, hotel manager behavior left much to be desired! First, he himself changed his shirt after a week! Secondly, you have an impression that you're either in the army, in the mess hall, or at a camp with children feel stupid! Third, limiting the use of electricity and daily complained about using air conditioner too much (considering that in that area can be very difficult atmosphere bearable), I find it unacceptable, while the payment has been made 5 months ago prior to use, and includes both electricity and conditioned air for 24 hours a day! Moreover, only served every morning: cheese (the same type of cheese), bacon (which sometimes cats will not eat, so ....), margarine and jam). In the evening, the food was very limited and my daughter who does not eat pork or beef, in two evenings could not eat nothing but potatoes and a little salad. Never were served fruit or olives, just in Greece, "the land of olives" !!!!!…