Welcome to Aphrodite Hotel, your Olympos “home away from home.” Aphrodite 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.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Aphrodite Hotel features baggage storage. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Olympos tapas restaurant such as Blue Garden, which is a short distance from Aphrodite Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, ND Creations (0.1 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Aphrodite Hotel.
Aphrodite Hotel puts the best of Olympos at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Nikos the owner ( who owns the Parthenon Taverna in the heart of the village ) was very welcoming. You must park your car before entering the village, so my recommendation is to plan your Olympos trip during your stay and take a small bag rather than your suitcase; this will save you having to encounter the small lanes and steps to get to the hotel ( regardless it wasn't a huge issue so just a suggestion ). The hotel room was basic, however has a fridge and facilities to make a tea or coffee. The whole point of the hotel is the location but the amazing and breathtaking views of the cliffs and sea with spectacular sun sets. You will be pleased you stayed here to example these views. The village is old and traditional and steeped in history. Its beautiful and there are many little shops and places to eat. The local women still wear traditional costume. Everyone was very friendly. We travelled at the end of September so you will find the shops and places to eat do close down early ( 7- 7.30 pm ) except a couple of places in the heart of the village square. Nikos' the owners taverna is open and you can enjoy local and fresh food or even just enjoy a drink. He hosts this taverna with his son. You can also enjoy the ambience of joining the locals who visit too. Nikos is a 'fountain of knowledge' and do ask to see his book containing old photos taken by his father, it truly helps you understand how the village was and he is the best to ask for local information.…
My partner and I stayed at Aphrodite Hotel for one night on 31/7. The views from this accommodation are simply magical. It was great to have a base to stay in Olympos overnight and experience the village once all the day trippers had disappeared and the tourist shops closed for the day. Our host Nikos was very helpful and we enjoyed a metaxa in his bar during the evening of our stay. I'd love to spend more time there.
i really loved this place!! The best view i ever had! So quiet, so tranquil, so unspoilt, so real and authentic. I loved every minute of it, so much, that i did not leave the room for 2 days :-) The owner Nikos a wonderful, genuine human being!!! He runs a taverna a few meters further in the village with his family. A great place to hang out, so not touristy!!! where all the locals meet in the evening. Where the priest plays cards with the men of the village. Fantastic!!! 10 out of 10 for this place!
We spent a night in Olympos, and were blown away by the incredible view from the rooms here! Incredible! The owner Nikos is very charming and helpfull, with many good stories to tell. A visit to his taverna is also recommended! To spend a night here is a must, well worth the winding roads to get to Olympus! Thank you Nikos, see you next time!
Aphrodite Hotel-Olympos Village -Karpathos We stayed 1night 23May17 & our only disappointment was that we didn't allow ourselves the time to stay another night or two. We could have easily spent 2-3 nights in this beautiful hilltop town , staying at Aphrodite perched on the edge of the cliff with the simple but spotless rooms & THE MOST SPECTACULAR full-on view across the Aegean Sea & the mountains. And WOW! Dont miss the sunset......sit on your private balcony with a glass of wine , watch the pastel blues yellows & creams of the hillsidetown come to life as the sky explodes with colour , the sun setting right out in front of you. Just magic! As I said, the rooms are simple Greek style, spotless with comfy beds, plenty of hot water and soooooo quiet. We just loved our stay . Parking is in the main parking area around 200 metres from the hotel. Nikos owns the Parthenon Cafe & Taverna in town, & should you turn up without a booking drop in to the cafe to enquire about a room. Nikos the owner was a perfect host, knowledgeable about the many hikes , the town history & our nearest petrol option!! Yes, PETROL! we weren't aware the only petrol stations are in the south of the island at Pigadia. Apart from an ancient supermarket down in the small port of Diafani , 8kms away.. Which sells 1,5litre plastic back-up bottles of fuel for €4.50...make sure you fill up before making the 48km drive to Olympos. …