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Valtos, Parga Municipality 480 60 Greece
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#12 of 40 in Parga Municipality
2022 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
Parga Beach Resort is a beachfront resort in Parga, consisting of neoclassical Venetian style bungalows, surrounded by 350 year old olive trees and a fabulous garden with over 500 plants and flowers. In a relaxing and stylish setting by the sea that offers a view of one of best beaches in Greece, of the Venetian castle and the city of Parga, you can taste our Mediterranean fusion cuisine that includes traditional dishes, fresh fish and oysters. You can also enjoy coffee, refreshments, snacks and cocktails at the bar right next to the restaurant, which has the same spectacular view and decor. The experience is completed by music that carries you away and by our friendly and experienced staff. The décor of the rooms matches perfectly with the beautiful neoclassical façade of the bangalows. The bedroom’s decoration speaks for itself; it is the embodiment of style and quality. But Parga Beach Resort’s experience is not only about what you see. The Coco Mat orthopedic and ecological mattress and pillow of your choice selected from our pillow menu will give you an excellent sleep experience!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Game room
Secured parking
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Table tennis
Children's playground
Indoor play area for children
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids pool
Airport transportation
Business Center with Internet Access
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Neck massage
Waxing services
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Room service
Wardrobe / closet
Tile / marble floor
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Landmark view
Pool view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Greek
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Trevor D wrote a review May 14
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Superb location on a lovely, well maintained and quiet beach although I suspect it gets busier (and noisier) as the season heads towards ‘peak’ Their is building work underway adjacent to the hotel (reception side) which neither Tui or Hotel advise you about in advance and the noise was sufficient enough for us to move rooms (126) to 209 - much better although building noise could still be heard . Basically this hotel does what it says in the tin - key points for me:- 1. Hotel charges €10 per day for 2 x beach beds and brolly. WRONG these should be free to hotel guests who spend in beach bar. Again, no mention of this by Tui or Hotel in advance so be warned (€140 that you may not have budgeted for). Coffee is expensive €4.50 - and not great (and often never a full cup) Taxi to/from town is €6 - the walk up the hill is scenically breathtaking but leaves you breathless (it’s bloody steep) as too are the 50 steps down into the town (but the lovely shops alongside the steps make up for that). TV channels in room are poor (only BBC news) so download plenty of films on tablet) Local restaurants are all lovely, all offer pretty much the same food choices and are pretty similar in price. The day boat trip to Paxos and Anti Paxos is a must €35 pp. lunch is not included and neither are drinks on boat (although a well stocked bar). Tea/coffee facilities in room but recommend you bring your own and buy milk locally. All the above aside, we are booked to come again next year - Parga really is something special.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Travel in May to avoid the crowds - temperatures are ideal. Check before travel if hotel beach...
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Gogo X wrote a review May 12
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The magic combination sea/nature, the fact that you can walk till the center of Parga on foot, the vegan coffee with coconut milk and the happy people that always were in the mood to help us, is a big reason to visit this resort again 💙 You’re the epitome of the Greek hospitality 🧿
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
carole p wrote a review May 9
Southampton, United Kingdom50 contributions10 helpful votes
This is our first visit and on 1st May the weather wasn't great for the first couple of days. But the resort is beautiful We found our first room 134 very dark as it had a large overhang and went back a long way. I imagine ideal when it's hot! We asked to change and room 118 was so nice, much lighter and more windows The room had a kettle(I'm sure all do?) and a small nespresso coffee maker. Milk wasn't provided so I brought some back from breakfast! And kept it in the fridge which was ample for cold drinks etc. We drank the tap water and are fine! The beds are so comfortable and you can choose the pillows. The soundproofing must be so good as you can't hear the adjoining neighbours so our sleep was peaceful. Reception and the staff can't do enough for us The 4 + children's pools are kept very clean. A bit cold at the beginning of May but the children's one, although small was 28° I think. Some pools slope instead of ladders. The beach slopes gently and is sand. We NEVER got asked to pay the 10 euros others say is charged. Maybe they do later? The food has been lovely too. Plenty of choice and Greek dishes included. Later I will try to add more food pictures. Wine doesn't come free but is 5.50 Euros or buy by the bottle. I found drinks at the bar Inc. Coffee quite expensive but we bring extra coffee etc for room. Meals are a buffet and the restaurant is adjoining the sand with fold back doors and a beautiful view. The meals are typically Greek hot ie warm!! Breakfast had so many choices, cooked, cold meats and cheese, Greek yogurt and fruit, omelttes, pastries, toast (gf available In roll form~many choices. I didn't find milk alternatives but I expect if you asked?... The coffee is a bit weak for me too. You can alternatively take breakfast to your room. The water wasn't always hot. Maybe because of lack of sun the first days? We had a bath with shower over. Beware slippery floors when wet! The cleaners come daily and towels can be changed when you put them in Bath as usual. They provide 2 lovely fluffy beach towels, robes and slippers The gardens are so well tended. You can pick oranges, lemons and kumquat. The roses are beautiful The small supermarket was open across the road but limited If you have mobility problems like us staying in resort is probably best but for 6 Euros you can get a taxi into the picturesque Parga town, one bay over or the boat taxi (which wasn't yet running but should be by mid May) I love the clothes shops and tavernas on the front in Parga Town. Try the very traditional taverna Veneziano run by the Gikkas family. Their meals start at 7.50 Euros for ie sardines or stuffed tomatoes and peppers Panos worked in Rhinefield House in The New Forest near us and has excellent local knowledge The little road train goes on frequent trips from the harbour to the castle or alternatively a watermill for about 8 euros for 2 hours All in all I'd definately recommend Parga beach resort hence 5 stars but Maybe we would try to come mid May next time. Check out my photos and videos Carole
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Room 118 excellant Take long life milk and maybe some extra coffee /tea? Toiletries...
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Lisa B wrote a review May 8
6 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful hotel with amazing views and wonderful staff. Cleaning staff work very hard and the room was always cleaned to a high standard. The Breakfast and evening buffet equally good. The staff are very welcoming and friendly. I would like to mention Valya, who greeted us in the morning and evening before we entered the food area. She was particularly attentive. The location is away from the busy harbour, which we enjoyed, but you have to be relatively fit to walk into the main town area. I agree with the last comments about the timing, in early May there are many shops, restaurants and attractions which are still closed. Also, there is a lot of building work going on. I gave 4 stars and not 5, because our room was next to a building site! We were out slot, so this did not bother us, but if you had wanted to sit outside....it would be too noisy. Great hotel for couples and families alike.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Robertapetal69 wrote a review May 7
Ipswich, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
ok so the hotel is in a beautiful location with lovely spacious rooms but the rooms felt damp. although the location is beautiful its also very remote and unfortunately nothing was open as in bars restaurants trips ect .... it was a pain having to walk into parga everyday up and down big steps ( and I love walking ). when we said about things opening up everyone just said next week lol . the bar and restaurant at the hotel wasn't great the food was cold and the drinks were expensive €6-50 a beer and €8 vodka. also charged €4-50 for a 250ml cheap brand lemonade too. the staff at the hotel were lovely and very helpful couldn't fault that. the weather and the fact that nothing was open In may ( out of season ) was very disappointing. make sure you visit johnnys place in parga lovely family run bar .
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Make sure you go after 9th May otherwise nothing much open and no trips ect ....
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phil wrote a review May 7
Birkenhead, United Kingdom6 contributions
The resort is beautiful, close to beach set in beautiful maintained gardens. Staff very friendly & extremely helpful. Breakfast has good variety of food. Can’t comment on restaurant as we ate out every night. Good selection of restaurants even early May when area not fully open.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Early season no boat trips available which was disappointing. Walk to Parga not easy, quite steep...
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DavidFox wrote a review Nov 2021
London, United Kingdom74 contributions117 helpful votes
We were bumped at the last minute from Hotel Alfa as they were no longer doing evening meals. We had never been to Parga Beach resort (confusingly on Valtos, not Parga, beach) and didn't know what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised. The resort is set in beautiful gardens which are immaculately kept. Even in October most of the flowers were in bloom and the place is filled with the heady scent of Jasmine. We had a wonderful room (160) although it must be said some rooms are better than others. We also had a beautiful balcony with a clear view of the sea. The staff are generally very helpful and the cleaning staff are extremely hard working - our room was cleaned every day except one. Although the rooms are large there is surprisingly little drawer space and the bath does not have a shower curtain so it is impossible not to soak the floor. The hotel has a mixture of Brits and Scandinavians and seems to focus on young families. There are four pools and luckily for us one is adults only. For the last week of the year, when it must be tempting to cut bak, the food was outstanding - a fine variety and plenty of it - 10/10. It is advertised in the TUI brochure as Small and Friendly but I think that is pushing it a bit - there are over 150 rooms. The Captains bar is nearby for those who want a local drink outside although the hotel does has a lovely seaside bar. Personally, I wouldn't return due to its family-oriented flavour but I cannot praise it highly enough for the food, staff and layout. We had free use of the sunbeds but I understand those on B&B have to pay.
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Date of stay: October 2021
Room Tip: 160 is great, 168 not so good.
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Ms A S wrote a review Oct 2021
London, United Kingdom10 contributions1 helpful vote
I spent a week here, the penultimate week of the summer season. If you're after somewhere to unwind and recharge your batteries this is the perfect place! It's an hour's drive from the airport with the road running along the coast so very scenic. The resort is in a beautiful tropical garden setting right on the beach with flowers and fruit trees in abundance. The rooms are well maintained and everywhere is spotlessly clean - you are literally tripping over people cleaning and sweeping all day! The Covid procedures in place were good and made you feel safe. Everyone, guests and staff, required to wear masks indoors. Plent of hand sanitiser dotted about. The gym can be booked for a one hour slot per day allocated for your room only as another protective measure. The main restaurant /bar looks out to the sea, the views are lovely and there is live music 5 nights a week. There was a good selection of food not dissimilar to most large hotels. I requested gluten free bread the first day then every morning after that as soon as the restaurant staff saw me they went to fetch the bread, they are super friendly and helpful. The nearest town is pretty with little lanes, cafés and restaurants along the harbour. A lot of the tourist shops were closed when I visited due it being the end of the season but there were a few still open. Boat trips had also stopped the week previously apparently. Beach - very clean and well maintained. If you book with a tour company sunbed hire is included otherwise its €10 pp per day. All in all a really lovely place in a beautiful setting. But it's the staff who make this place special, they go above and beyond.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled
Joanie382 wrote a review Oct 2021
8 contributions1 helpful vote
What a great hotel! Rooms were comfortable and cleaned every day! Fresh towels and sheets. Beach towels readily changeable. Our room had a lovely balcony overlooking one of the pools. Beautiful gardens to walk through on way to beach. Food was very good (could sometimes have been a bit hotter - but quality excellent!) Staff were helpful and friendly! Lovely beach facilities- charge for beds - but some people had these included in their package.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled
Jayne W wrote a review Oct 2021
Bristol, United Kingdom289 contributions139 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 weeks end of September, beginning of October. We upgraded to Verdant suite which was a larger room with a super king size bed and had a large lounge area with corner sofa and an outside terrace overlooking the gardens. The gardens are fragrant and lovely with a lot of flowers and fruit trees, including a lot of banana trees which I didn’t expect in Greece. Accommodation is mainly bungalows with some 2 storey. There are 4 small pools hidden away in the gardens. We didn’t use the pools which is unusual for us, as the hotel is right on Valtos beach and the best bit with the sand. The end nearer the castle is large shingle and you need beach shoes. The hotel has a large area of sun beds on the beach with bar service but it depends on who you booked through as to whether you have to pay for them which seemed rather strange. We booked a week direct with the hotel and a week through Secret Escapes and got a beach card to show the beach guy, we got them for free whereas our friends who booked through Jet2 had to pay €10 for theirs which was a bit awkward. We also got free pick up and transfer to and from the airport which is about an hour away. The hotel is about a 20 min pedestrianised walk into Parga town up a very steep hill that has the castle on the top with fantastic views out over the harbour area. You can also get a water taxi round for €5 a couple, that runs a couple of times an hour up to 23.30pm or a car taxi from the hotel. All the staff in the hotel couldn’t do enough for us and were very friendly especially the restaurant manager. I happened to mention there wasn’t any vegetables available at the evening buffet and I like my vegetables. Next night there was a big tray of steamed mixed vegetables. If I had to find a negative, it would be the food. With all the citrus trees, fresh orange juice at breakfast would be good rather than concentrate, no crackers with the cheese, no ice cream for dessert even though there is an ice cream cart you can buy ice cream from during the day, lack of vegetables and the normal food isn’t very hot. They do provide a microwave but I didn’t see anyone use it. These are just small niggles but overall the hotel is fabulous and we can definitely recommend. We would definitely go back
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Parga Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Parga Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Avocado Cocktail Bar (0.6 miles), Pargas Distillery - Amicos Cocktail Bar (0.5 miles), and Brazilian Green Cup Espresso Bar (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Parga Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Parga Beach Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Parga Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Parga Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Parga Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Delizie, Piatto Open Cuisine, and Lithos.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Parga Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Parga Beach Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Parga Beach Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Parga Beach Resort located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Parga Municipality.
Are any cleaning services offered at Parga Beach Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Parga Beach Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.