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Vagia Traditional Hotel

Afeas, Vagia 180 10 Greece
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Hotel Vagia is located in the picturesque fishing village of Vagia. The village is surrounded by beautiful pine-trees and has organized beach with basketball court, taverns and a picturesque small port. The location is a perfect starting point to the islands most important sights. The hotel is located about 120m from the village beach and about 500m from the beautiful beach of Tourlo. Hotel Vagia is built according to Aeginian architecture and has 21 comfortable and rooms which are located in 2-two storied buildings. Most rooms have sea view and they are carefully furnished according to local traditional style.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
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Laundry service
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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English, German, Greek
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George D wrote a review Oct 2014
Athens, Greece17 contributions29 helpful votes
notis the owner is a kiter but hes very polite and friendly too.family mood hotel full of gardens and traditional stuff from older times,but in a very nice place...key point the handmade brakfast from mums hand! pies and more more more.its a grat place for easy goin vacations without spending to much money.no1 choice for aegina island.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Ged570 wrote a review Oct 2014
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom47 contributions58 helpful votes
I have just returned home from a lovely relaxing stay at this hotel, batteries totally recharged!. The hotel was fabulously rustic and charming, the rooms were clean and comfortable and the location of the hotel is very good, a short walk to a nice quiet beach.The breakfast was outstanding featuring beautifully home baked cakes and pastries and a variety of other delicious foods. The staff/owners of the hotel, Maria and her son Notis were amazingly helpful and genuinely lovely and they treat their guests with loving care as if they are their own family. My stay at this hotel was truly happy and memorable. Thank you very much Maria and Notis at hotel Vagia.
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Date of stay: September 2014
Olga L wrote a review Sep 2014
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We have stayed at the hotel in September 2014 and enjoyed our first experience of Greek island a lot, thanks to the hospitality of Notis and Maria. Vagia is a family run hotel, decorated in traditional local style (for tourist eyes, at least!), with relaxed atmosphere and welcoming hosts. Reviews have mentioned seating areas in the garden where you could have a glass of wine in the evening or afternoon coffee, they are truly well thought through - in a shade for the summer heat but cosy and enjoyable. Beach is very close by - 5 min walk, and you can use sun loungers if you buy a drink in the nearby restaurant (water for Eur 1.5 or wonderful cold coffee), further down you can use other swimming areas for free. If you not renting a car - use local driver Vagelis (+30 69 76 84 35
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Date of stay: September 2014
Debbie G wrote a review Sep 2014
St. Thomas7 contributions8 helpful votes
We stayed at Vagia Hotel for a few days following a two week cruise through the Mediterranean. It was the perfect restful conclusion to a busy trip. Panayiotis offers a very warm welcome to his guests and gives excellent suggestions for restaurants and sight-seeing. The home-made breakfast is a real treat and Maria's skill as a baker and her sparkling personality make it the perfect start to a relaxing day at nearby Vagia beach. Even though Aegina is so close to Athens the island offers a peaceful respite from the busy city and easy ferry connections make it a convenient destination. Noti and his family have created a lovely oasis of calm...we loved our small balcony with view of the sea and enjoyed being in a neighborhood as opposed to a resort area. Great value if you would
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Date of stay: September 2014
Yiannis P wrote a review Sep 2014
Athens, Greece39 contributions14 helpful votes
If you want a sea view room or a hotel by the sea then this is probably not a hotel for you. BUT: the staff welcomes you as friendly as possible. They complement you with a cold beer and give you tips for your stay in aegina (where to eat, where to swim etc) and all these before you go to your room. The overall hotel, corridors, rooms, open spaces are decorated with traditional items taken for the island's history and day-to-day practice which is very suitable to the building itself. Breakfast is served on a nice shady veranda (with a scent of past decades) and it is not very big in variety but very tasteful and most of the treats are home made. The room was nice with one small balcony and three relaxing beds. Two of which were actually stone beds and our kids were really
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Date of stay: June 2014
$38 - $68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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