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Domotel Agios Nikolaos

Sivota- Thesprotia, Syvota, Igoumenitsa 46100 Greece
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#3 of 10 hotels in Syvota
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Welcome to a natural landscape of natural beauty. Offering a scenery of breathtaking views where dense vegetation embraces the beautiful white sandy beaches and the clear turquoise waters. Domotel Agios Nikolaos is a luxury Suites Resort, a unique destination for two, for those of you who wish to escape from everyday anxiety and relax or rejuvenate in the enchanting surroundings that nature has created. At the same time, it is a well-suited family resort, a great starting point for exploration and a place for some peace and relaxation. Our guests benefit from the variety of choices that the Domotel Agios Nikolaos provides for amusement and recreation.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Sun umbrellas
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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Bay View
Languages Spoken
English, German, Greek, Italian


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Location Sivota is a beautiful spot with crystal clear waters and lots of green. It is not well known internationally but a good spot if you want relax far from the mass tourism industry. We struggled to find the hotel even though we knew the area. Located on a hill, near a small island, with beach access and excellent views it is well placed though. I am not sure whether there is a shutlle to get into the next village. You can walk there in 10-15 minutes but it is steep and there is no proper walkway and probably partly even bad lightning. The local administration should clearly invest in infrastructure to support the hotels in this area. Hotel The set up of the distinct two story buildings is not random, everyone has a very good sea view. Some have the perfect view in my eyes. We were actually impressed, it was not just another regular sea view room. Before arriving i knew mainly that it is pricey during peak peak season and i was wondering why. It all made sense to me. The grounds are well maintained and with a local stone-dominated architecture. There is no outside noise from cars or bikes. If you have difficulties walking up and down, share this with the hotel in advance so that you get a room which is more comfortable. It was no challenge for us. The reception area is on the simple side and and the service on the professional end. We had some special requests and they were all handled very good. Another positive aspect is that the amount of rooms and therefore guests, which is quite limited and therefore you have a more private experience. It never felt busy, even though it was fully booked. Rooms We had a standard double room and it actually looked better than on their web page. It was big and carefully designed with a mix of traditional and modern elements. Lots of storage space, nice couch etc. One highlight was the balcony, we spent much time there due to the serene and pitoresque scenery. We tend to avoid using the aircon over night. The airflow was excellent due to having windows on three sides of the room, which you could cover with the black-out curtains which still allowed wind to pass! The bathroom was in comparison to the room too small. It was neat and perfectly clean. The shower had a glass door and a shower curtain, really?! You can use these rubber lips to avoid leakage. But it was no big deal, because the overall room experience was excellent and we didn't want to leave. Beach/Pool The beach is small, with limited sun loungers which is what it is. Why there were limited shades i dont understand. We did not have any drinks service at the beach which was unfortunate. The sea is excellent and we did some snorkelling, don't expect much colourful fish but there is fish and no dirt or whatsoever. The key here is, that it has its own beach. The only comparable 5 star hotel in this area, has no direct beach access. So this is a major selling point in my eyes. Two pools, one for families which is surrounded by lots of plants and grass. The gem was the adults infinity pool, overlooking the area from a perfect spot. The whole area was pure bliss. Food and Service Breakfast was for Greek standards way above average, for international still high but not on the highest level. Nothing was missing, it would be a shame to say that. Service was busy but approachable. Probably too many guests were joining simultaneously close to the end. They managed very well and were always friendly. We had drinks at the pool and lunch at the restaurant. The food was excellent with a nice open kitchen. The service was always friendly, only at lunch… it felt a couple of times ignorant although it was not busy. Guests Good balanced international mix, i'd guess: sweden/norway/denmark, italy, german and a few greeks. Everyone was polite, no one loud, very nice atmosphere. Activities You can rent Kayaks, motorboats and cars. You can visit nearby areas like Parga by car or by boat and lots of beautiful beaches and small islands nearby. Do you get what you pay for? - Outside of peak season (i guess early June and starting by September) you get a more than excellent value for your money. It is warm but not too hot, prices are 50% of peak season and you have all that comfort and luxury. - In peak season prices go up steep, but for a reason in our eyes. Demand/Season, location, property-standards etc. define the price. Here we have another one, the season is short probably mid-may till mid-october, hence it is a huge investment in an area which is by far not as busy as Corfu, where you have airplanes landing every 5 minutes. And as mentioned, there is only one Hotel nearby on a similar level, though it ticks less boxes. Yes the price is high in peak season, but reasonable and definitely worth it. We will visit this place again.
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I am giving five stars only because of the friendly staff at the reception and the bar, otherwise, it would have been three star rating. Not quite sure how this hotel can be 5 stars rated hotel. We booked this trip via a Tour Operator (Suntours). Once we arrived there was no reception as a group arrived. Finally the receptionist came and she saved it by being sorry for not being there. The hotel is under staffed.... hello manager where are you???? The manager is every moring at the breakfast room like a ghost. Never said a "Good Moning to anyone.... This hotel needs a better management. It is a shame because it is such a beautiful hotel. We will definitely be back if the management will change.
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Spent a week at Domotel agios nikolaos sivota, prior to our arrival we had seen so many pictures and read reviews. Anticipation is not the word. On arrival to reception we were greeted well and led to our room. Please see pictures, I won't disclose room number as everyone will want that view! Throughout the week, we were constantly dumbstruck with the surrounding scenery and views. The hotel takes every advantage of this. Pools are clean and well maintained. On a busy day maybe 8-10 people around them. Beach is stunning, again great having a non public access beach. Water is so blue it looks fake. Breakfast is varied and bit of everything. Fresh eggs and omlettes to order. Room service was unintrusive and efficient. Small gripe, no tea replenished one morning. Service at pool and beach is relaxed, but that's not a bad thing. Drinks are great. Ate a couple of times, lunch and one dinner, no complaints. Recommend caprese salad, just simple but beautiful. Staff were friendly, helpful with bookings and allowed us to view other rooms in hope of our next holiday there. Notes to think of, this hotel is further away from the town than most, walk to dinner, but take advantage of the local taxis for your ride home-€5. Rent a boat for the day, the surrounding beaches are something you cannot miss. If you organise through the hotel it costs abit more but they bring the boat to the pontoon in the Bay first thing and will drop you back after your day. A great holiday. We flew in via corfu and got the ferry over, really easy and part of the adventure. An amazing week. We'll be back!!!
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I visited the hotel Agios Nikolaos with my family, absolutely we had great moments! the hotel situated up to the hill and has access to a beautiful beach and offers water activities such as sailing in kayaks. The room had a fantastic view and the cleaning service was very good.the only disadvantageous point was the extra cost of the one pool provided.when we booked the hotel no one informed us for this.best employee example of customer service Margarita at the reception was very polite and helpful.thank you!
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We came here for 6 days on this summer with two family hotel beach is great room service is ok panagiotis in reception is so helpfull to us everything is perfect except the chef waitress in restaurant with short hair i dont know her name but she rebuke a few times us and my wife for asking where is our food. She is so rude. If you go that hotel i’ll advise you never ask the lady with short hair in the restaurant who’s chef waitress where my meal or can i order something if you ask get ready to catch hell
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$110 - $430 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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GreeceEpirusThesprotia RegionIgoumenitsaSyvota
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Frequently Asked Questions about Domotel Agios Nikolaos
Which popular attractions are close to Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Nearby attractions include Bella Vraka Beach (0.3 miles), Bamboo Place (0.5 miles), and Zeri Beach (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Conveniently located restaurants include Melenio, The Blue Coast, and Mediterraneo Pizzeria & Trattoria.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Domotel Agios Nikolaos located near the city center?
Yes, it is 1.0 miles away from the center of Syvota.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Domotel Agios Nikolaos?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary (7.2 miles).
Does Domotel Agios Nikolaos have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the bay view available here.