Sagterra Studios is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Naxos Town, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Sagterra Studios provide air conditioning, a refrigerator, and extra long beds, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Sagterra Studios offers a pool, which will help make your Naxos Town trip additionally gratifying.
Close to some of Naxos Town's most popular landmarks, such as Venetian Museum (0.6 mi) and Panagia Myrtidiotissa (0.6 mi), Sagterra Studios is a great destination for tourists.
Travelers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Scirocco, Meze2, or Antamoma Cuisine Deli Store. Otherwise, you may want to check out a deli such as Naxos On The Rocks Bar or Sitari Shop.
Should time allow, Old Town, Kastro, and Portara are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Naxos Town!
Family run hotel Clean room The pool is quiet and beautiful, perfect place to relax Close to amenities Close to the center of Naxos Breakfast included Overall good place to stay if you want a relaxing holiday
We can't recommend Sagterra. Mostly because of the bad service and attitude. The rooms are fine, the pool too and the location is ok (a fifteen minute walk to the nice harbour). But at arrival we didn't even get a welcome. No information or anything. And when we asked about hotel information we got a "like?" in response. No pool towels, hot water missing in shower sometimes and the breakfast is very much not worth it, just some bread and jam, green boiled eggs and Greek yogurt. On the other hand, Naxos is a nice island. And the main town perfectly ok. Friendly people, good food and cosy alleys.
I liked this hotel mainly because of very nice architecture, very greek, nice pool and garden, all these was very sweet, I had only breakfast, basic but tasty, rooms very basic, not very comfortable but for me it was enough, bathroom uncomfortable as in many other places in Greece, always wet floor after shower, hotel is located about 15 min walk from marina, not much traffic there, but close to private houses, can be noisy sometimes as these houses are across narrow street, my room had window from street site and when our neighbours had birthday or sth it was noisy, but not every day, it was clean so if you’re not too keen on luxury it can be ok
I can’t think of 1 good thing to say about this hotel - aside from its location. We arrived at the hotel an hour after expected check in and our room was still not ready. The owners tried to give us a room of way lesser standard than the one we had originally booked. After we refused, we had to wait 30 more minutes for our actual room. The room we ended up having was okay - however there were spiders all over the ceiling. On our second day our room was not cleaned until after 5:00pm. The response from the hotel was “we’re sorry we have a lot of arrivals today.” The hotel pool was full of chloride and the pool area was overall nothing special. Even though we were required to pay upon arrival, and we paid in cash, on the day of checkout the front office “employee” told us that the credit card we gave as collateral was invalid - even though we had already paid. Overall definitely not a good fit for us, and we wouldn’t recommend it. Definitely not the traditional welcoming and hospitable Greek hotel owners. Disappointing. …
Arrived 1 day early at night unannounced (we do standby) and staff very accommodating to find us a room. We stayed 2 weeks total and it felt like a home away from home. Great little breakfast to start the day included best yogurt I've had anywhere on this earth (and I've been to many places). Staff very efficient and nice. Hotel super clean. Cleaning staff very nice and did great job. Across hotel is great little supermarket with best prices. A bit further down is bakery where you purchase bus tickets ( buses go to several different beaches as well as villages) and great food (!!). We loved the moussaka and pastitso and stuffed tomatoes (for about 5 euros each very generous portions), all cooked on site by their lovely chef. You can eat on their back patio or carry out. Across the street was a great family-run Naxos Grill that served giant gyro souvlakis for 2 euros. Those were a meal in themselves! People there super nice and kids adorable! From our hotel, you had to walk less than 10 minutes to the best beach (St-George). First day, water was very calm so we thought we'd check out "wavey" beaches but then went back couple days later and this beach had awesome waves. My boys loved it! Ended up being our favorite beach from about 10 we visited around Naxos. We'd go there in the late morning, then return to our hotel, then take a dip in the great pool there. Then, siesta time. We'd eat, chill, play on our phones around the pool (wifi best at pool area) and nap and then go back to beach to swim and enjoy wonderful sunsets! Loved that! Nothing else like that in life. My son found a gym close to our hotel so he got his weightlifting in and he loved it! As for wharf, (again short walk less than 10 min), fun fun fun for having great dinners, souvlakis, coffees, people watching, and shopping. My kids' favorite food spot was YASOUVLAKI at the port and those Nutella crepes (mustn't forget those lol). Their other fave food spot was PIZZABIT. Best pizzas I've ever had (maybe it's just because we were at such an awesome island that everything there was better!). Fresh and great crust and priced around 3 euros. 1 more thing: there's a little store in Chora with baskets on the outside owned by K. Tzimbakis (sign outside). They have olives, herbs, goat cheese, olive oil, honey...to name a few items... all from Naxos, all authentic and amazing... I brought back tons of oregano lol. We did all this on foot (so have good support sandals or sneakers) from our hotel. We explored a lot and feel if we had been right in the wharf area, we would not have explored as much so just being a bit farther from the action, we experienced a lot more. We will definitely return but this time, for at least 1 month! Great experience at Sagterra in Chora, Naxos. Thanks!!! Kiki, Ken, Kris, Alex from Montreal, Quebec, Canada…