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#39 of 55 hotels in Kos Town
Location
4.2
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4.1
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4.3
Value
3.9
The Aeolos Beach Hotel, a spacious holiday complex with double rooms and bungalows, is built in the traditional style of the Greek island architecture directly on the long sandy beach of the Aegean Sea. The resort is characterised by facilities in a traditional style, which are complemented by the welcoming Greek hospitality, and offers comfortable accommodation in both the main building and in the surrounding bungalows. The relaxing ambience of the Aeolos Beach Hotel reflects the pleasant comforts of home. In May ‘18, we opened the new Wing with 45 Premium Sea View Beach Front Rooms and Pool. These 30 m2 adults-friendly rooms for max. 3 persons offer: 24 hours A/C, Wi-Fi, kettle, slippers, bathrobes (RQ, with deposit), mini-fridge with 2 small water bottles daily, 1 reserved sunbed on the pool per person, 1 bottle of red, white or rose wine per room (on guest's request). The bathrooms have rain showers and a separate toilet. Premium guests have their meals at Tranquillo Restaurant.
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Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Bar / lounge
Beach
Bicycle rental
Children's playground
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Wifi
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Billiards
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Highchairs available
Car hire
Foot massage
Full body massage
Massage
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Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
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Private balcony
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Sofa
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Bay View
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Languages Spoken
English, German, Greek
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The Aeolos Beach Hotel boasts a beachfront location that many guests admire for its sunset views and proximity to Kos town, despite a few considering it remote. An array of amenities, including clean pools with sea views, is generally well-received, though the entertainment and drinks selection receive some criticism. While rooms are often praised for their cleanliness and space, there are occasional grievances regarding maintenance. The hotel's atmosphere strikes a balance between energy and relaxation, but the poolside music volume can be divisive. Exceptional cleanliness and commendable service are regularly noted, although a handful of guests have encountered slow service. Travelers recommend opting for premium upgrades for added value.
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Stephanie S wrote a review Dec 2023
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We could not fault anything at this hotel. We stayed in the main hotel building with a seaview which was just beautiful. The room had everything we needed and the beds were comfortable. Air conditioning, fly screens, hairdryer, fridge, coffee and tea and complimentary wine on arrival. We arrived late (early hours) due to air traffic strikes but the staff had provided food for us to snack on. There is a shop within the hotel to buy essentials and inflatables for the pool. The food in the hotel and outside grill was amazing, great selection even for me being gluten free. The range of desserts was phenomenal. Everything was clean and tidy and the staff were very friendly and spoke most languages. A bus goes past the hotel at the end of the driveway every 40 minutes to take you to Kos Town for 3 euros each way. And of course the weather was just beautiful with stunning sunsets across the sea.
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Date of stay: August 2023
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Christie wrote a review Nov 2023
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We stayed in Aeolos Beach Hotel from 16th Oct to 23rd Oct. The hotel itself is beautiful, clean and modern. Hotel/room - We were in a premium bungalow (should be called apartments as there is not disability access and was not on ground level), this was the only available room when we booked. We were told at check in that we had reserved sun beds by the pool as we were in a “premium” room however we did not realise this was at the second pool, not the main pool (which has music, activities, a pool bar). It gives a feeling of segregation and exclusion. The pool bar at our pool was open for the afternoon on two days and then closed permanently so if you wanted a drink you had to walk to the other pool to get one, by the time you got back your drink was flat or watery. The hotel is a 10 min bus ride from Kos town or a taxi ride to other places such as Tigaki therefore not much to do on the evenings, most people playing cards or in their rooms. So being in a “premium” room made you feel even more excluded as your room was so far away from anything going on. Also, the TV in our room had only 2 English channels which often would be showing German shows. The beach itself at the hotel, is long however it is shingles and pebbles, not much sand at all which makes it difficult getting in and out of the sea or sitting on the beach. However the water is warm and we did swim in the sea everyday as the pool water was freezing! Food and drink - The food options were poor to say the least. Most nights the only meat option was pork (my friend does not eat pork which made it very difficult for her). Secondly, the hot food was the only labelled food, everything else was not labelled, there had a number of salad/pasta/desert dishes which you had no idea what was in them. As it was all inclusive we expected to be able to serve ourselves drinks at meal times however we couldn’t (other than juice and hot drinks at breakfast), you were served a drink when you sat down and then forgotten about and had to get someone’s attention to get another drink. It felt like the waiters ignored you and only collected plates if you left the table. The drink service at meal times was awful and needs serious reconsideration. Staff - Reception staff were friendly and on arrival took us and our cases to our room on a buggy as it was so far away. However, the majority of the staff were rude and unfriendly, specifically the pool bar staff. They rarely smiled and did not say hello, good bye or thank you. A very disappointing experience. Would not recommended this hotel, 2/5.
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Loraine wrote a review Nov 2023
Perth, United Kingdom33 contributions54 helpful votes
We enjoyed our holiday not because of the hotel but the people we met. First this hotel was closing the next day we left but that was no excuse for the service we did not get! No snacks in shop no juice no nothing really,no snack bar no kids entertainment and as for the Mexican night no Mexican food Would I go here again big fat NO bar staff not friendly at all beer awful in paper cups which we were told react with the plastic so awful
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Paddy G wrote a review Nov 2023
Cramlington, United Kingdom62 contributions39 helpful votes
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This was our first trip abroad as a family, we went the week before half term and this was towards the close of the season for the hotel which I believe closes on the 1st of November. We were met on arrival, we were the last stop on the transfer coach and arrived at about 2pm, the reception staff showed us straight into the restaurant where the staff had kept the dinner buffet open for us which was really kind although they did mention several times they were just about to close up which was a shame. Room We had a sea view bungalow, really modern, lovely big shower and good space on clean bathroom, bedroom big enough and were delighted to have a fridge which we got water for each day. Safe in room, good wardrobe system, TV and two chairs, table and two sun loungers plus an umbrella right outside our patio which faced the beach and over to Turkey. The beach is variable, some patches are clay like and a bit grubby, but if you go left and up towards the outside restaurant (which was sadly closed, it look really good though) there is better sand. Hotel grounds These are kept very clean and the gardeners were always busy cutting lawns and tidying, pool area was clean and the poolside loos were usually ok too, be careful as the poolside tiles are really slippy, a lot of people slipped over while we were there. The pool is a good size, water polo nets at shallower end, really good deep end of over 2.5 meters. This was strangely much warmer than the smaller kids pool which was very cold every day as was the jacuzzi, bubbles were great but it was freezing. Lifeguard was really nice and despite not speaking English was very friendly, bar staff were great too. There is a kids park and a giant chess board too. We didn't venture to the other pool much as the sunbeds there are purely reserved for the pink wristband superior guests but it looked ok. There is a football pitch and a basketball court but I'm unsure if these are even part of the hotel as they are very overgrown. Any grassy areas throughout the grounds especially near the beach had a few spiky thorns which would pierce even flip flops and trainers so be on the watch for them. There is a shop, pool table (2euros a go) and a bar inside which was open in evenings only. Food My wife and I loved the food, it was a bit repetitive but was decent, one guest did tell us she microwaved everything to heat it up further but we thought it was ok. Our kids aren't as open to new flavours as we are and there was very little provision for kids foods, some pasta and fries but pizza only appeared once and no real effort to provide for younger ones, I totally get that other people's kids might be more open to trying new foods but many including ours wont be. Breakfasts are really good, omelettes made to order by the legend that is the Pancake Guy, cooked breakfasts, plus continental with loads of fruit etc. We often didn't bother going in for lunch as you can get something from the poolside grill from the hard working Pancake Guy from 1200-1600, some days cheeseburgers which were decent, other days souvlaki or chicken gyros. Dinner was as said, varied with decent grilled options and a lovely lamb option one night. Good selection of desserts and always ice cream available. Entertainment Daytime there was a set format, each day had aqua fit and yoga in the morning then boccia and water polo in the afternoon, always the same and varied levels of participation, which always increased when the supercharged Elena from the onsite Afrodite Massage joined in, she really was great fun. Massage options were reasonably priced and very good. It would have been great to have more on more kids, even the water polo got ruined one day when several alleged adults managed to spoil the game for the kids making something meant to be fun nearly into a fight. Ridiculous behaviour but not the fault of the hotel at all. From the hotel you can get a bus to Kos town although when we tried two went past totally full, and this was in October. Its not a road to walk down being narrow and cars having to stop to let each other pass, a taxi is 12 euros to Dolphin Square. Kos Town is lovely, we had a nice meal in the square up by the church for some variety and to let the little one satisfy his chicken nugget craving. Loads of bars at the harbour, and many boat trips available. Overall a lovely hotel with nice staff, not much for kids though.
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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Baz wrote a review Nov 2023
Renfrew, United Kingdom1 contribution4 helpful votes
Booked this resort for myself , partner and 2 kids it stated on their website they had evening entertainment, children’s pools , bars and restaurants so for a 4 start all inclusive hotel we expected to have all of the above but there was no entertainment only 2 nights with karaoke from 9pm and was not the best, most things were closed and bars restricted to opening times , drinks were flat and were hardly pouring any alcohol and the response was this is all we have left as end of season well yes but you have a full hotel so was not happy with that along with the lifeguard not being friendly at all it was if they did not want you there the vibe from the staff , for children or adults the shop on site was not stocked and there was no snacks, no juice etc so will not be returning again I will return to Kos as lovely island but not hotel but our experience and after speaking with the majority of guests they felt the same we were all board and food was not great not much of an option available especially if you are gluten free or have kids who like simple foods .
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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John S wrote a review Nov 2023
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Staying at the Aeolos hotel was ok, I wouldn’t return and definitely wouldn’t return at the end of October as this is when they are closing down for the season which I never knew, So if you are wanting snacks during the day this has been stopped.. if you want a massage this has also stopped and the use of the inside bar had also stopped. I found this unfair as we paid the same as people before who had full use go everything. The food is not great to be honest but I think that’s just what to expect at an all inclusive. We ended up eating out most nights/ lunch as we were so sick of the same foods. Drinks were always half full you never got a cups actually full, and I found the cocktails really crap. My partner also stopped drinking the beer as there was strange stuff in it that the barman said wasn’t an issue.. The rooms were fine, ours was clean but I spoke to a couple whose room was disgusting and no working shower. This being said I found that in the sea view rooms you could hear absolutely everything from the pool bar.. so at night music, shouting, screaming till 2 in the morning isn’t what I’d call a relaxing stay. Once people had return to rooms from the pool bar you heard every door getting slammed shut. The pool toilets/ shower rooms were always so dirty, bins never emptied. I personally wouldn’t recommend but the location is ideal for a 2 euro bus into kos town.
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Sandra J wrote a review Oct 2023
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom18 contributions37 helpful votes
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We are currently staying at this hotel and it is a lovely small, quiet and peaceful hotel but you don't feel like you are on top of each other, we have come as a family of 7 staying in 3 rooms 2 in the premium and 1 in the superior. The entertainment and noise stops by 11.15pm at the latest. Rooms. In the superior we have a sea view and gardens with private sun loungers and a parasol, the premium also has sea view with gardens but the sunbeds are allocated around the premium pool, you get 2 sunbeds and a parasol with your room number on around the pool. It would be nice if the sunbeds were outside the rooms like in the superior section. All rooms are bright and spacious with comfortable beds and a lovely terrace to sit on. The bathrooms are really large with a walk in shower and double sink. We are staying in 498 in the superior section and are in the perfect spot for everything in the hotel the sea, pool, bar and restaurant are all within a minute walk of this room and would highly recommend staying here, the rest of the family are in the premium section and whilst it is really nice they are at the opposite side of the hotel well away from everything. Food. 4 theme nights over the week these are Greek X2, Italian and Mexican, food is a typical all inclusive buffet style restaurant, food is hot and whereas there isn't a huge choice what there is is nice and cooked well with a decent selection of meat, fish and vegetarian meals, salad bar, soup and show cooking in the evening. Breakfast is options of hot breakfast with omelette made to order and continental selections. Massage. The lady on the beach who offers massages is amazing and a must have, you can hear the waves whilst she gives you a tailored massage to your needs. Bus to Kos. The bus stop is at the end of the drive from the hotel, it doesn't always run to time and you will be crammed on like sardines but it's only 2 euros each going and 1.50 coming back. Coming back you buy your ticket from the kiosk where you got off the bus. We have had a couple of issues whilst we were here but they were rectified almost immediately and cannot fault the responses, the reception staff are amazing especially the lady with the rest hair, sorry but I didn't get her name.
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Aprilfool2006 wrote a review Oct 2023
Manchester, United Kingdom19 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked this hotel with Love holidays. Totally over priced for the accommodation and awful midnight flights with Jet 2. (Never again!) Paid £800 pp for sea front bungalow. However we then had to pay a further £150 to upgrade to a superior bungalow. The sea front bungalows should not be included as part of a 4* Hotel. I would rate them as a poor 2*. Despite having a lovely sea view, (room 461) from front door to back area they need completely updating. Even the grounds around these bungalows are tatty looking. The front doors look like they might disintegrate and fall apart. The bathrooms are awful, all really old white tiles, cracks and dirty looking. Very very old hair dryer, wouldn't want to use it. When you flushed the toilet, water gushed out all down the wall and onto the floor. If you're sat on the loo, the bathroom door hit your legs if opened! The wardrobe area was antiquated, and didnt look clean. There are no tea/coffee facilities in these rooms, or fridge. The patio windows had these awful industrial shutters on them. The outside patio area was grubby, couldn't have sat there, despite beautiful sea front view! So, we upgraded to a beautiful superior bungalow. Room 496 upstairs. What a difference in standards. Large bathroom with double sinks vanity, lovely glass doors etc. The wardrobes were new and modern. Spacious bedroom area and of course, tea/coffee making facilities and a fridge! Very comfy beds! The grounds around the superior bungalows (and the premium bungalows) were much nicer and looked after. The sunbeds were also of a better standard. This is why there are very mixed reviews about this hotel. But you really need to be aware of which accommodation you're booking! The food at this hotel is ok, but agree with other reviews about it not being hot enough and a bit repetitive. There is a microwave though you can use to heat up food. The grilled food was the best in my opinion! We were all inclusive, and I love a good pina colada cocktail on holiday, however this basic drink wasnt included on the AI cocktail menu! The spirits are just local versions, which was ok for Vodka, rum etc, but drinks like Tia Maria are not great, its a very sweet coffee liquor. Entertainment here is very limited which is fine if you want a quiet holiday. 3 nights out of 7 only. Sat night was Karaoke ( great night!!) The other 2 were themed nights with dancers. They were OK. All entertainment nights were outside by the pool which was nice, but chilly at this time of year. Take a wrap/cardi for autumn evenings! The staff here are all nice and accommodating. Again agree with some reviews about cleaning. Make sure you put the clean my room sign on the door, else they just replenish tea/coffee and toilet rolls! If we asked for anything we got it, but shouldn't have to ask! On last day, we paid 35 euros for late check out room ( we shared this with friends) this room was in main hotel, room 105. The room was nice and of a similar standard to our superior bungalow, but much smaller. Room 105 overlooked the carpark at tge front of hotel, and there was a drains smell when sat on the balcony, so avoid this room!! The pool area is nice, but can imagine in high season you would struggle for a sunbed. We tended to stay on the grass lawns in front of our bungalow, which was near the beach. Ah the beach! This location outlook is so beautiful, but the beach area is more scrub land. Such a shame as could be amazing. Once you passed the scrub land and pebbles, and into the sea, it was nice and sandy and lovely clear water, very shallow and suitable for young and old! Kos Town was a 10 minute taxi ride (12 euros ) and worth going if you like a bit of shopping, change of scenery etc. ( bus also available 2 euros pp however it was full gence reason we got a taxi) Plenty of bars and restaurants. We also took the ferry over to Bodrum via Kos town. Cost 30 euros each. You have to go through passport control which again I think in high season could take a while but if you're after a Turkish bargain, well worth a visit! To sum up, if you want a quiet holiday in a lovely location, and not fussy about fine dining, then this hotel is for you, but please book a superior or premium bungalow, much better value!
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Marie R wrote a review Oct 2023
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Just returned on Sunday 22nd October after 2 weeks stay. Had a brilliant time and have never had such a relaxing holiday as this one. We were in room 454 and had our own sunbeds on the terrace and had the sun nearly all day. Had a fantastic view of Kos town. during the day we could see the ferry, boat trips leaving the harbour and on a night time it was lovely all lit up. Staff were super friendly. rooms and grounds were nipping clean. Food was good and always plenty available. Certainly looking to book for 2025 as we are booked for Crete next year. x
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Dear Mr/Mrs marierF9997FD, First and foremost, we would like to thank you for taking the time to write your review about your stay in Aeolos Beach Hotel. We are glad to know that you enjoyed your stay with us and that our location & style, our staff attentiveness & quality of service, as well as our cleanliness conributed to your positive experience. We thank you so much for your compliments. Your feedback gives us the strength to keep improving our services and ensuring the highest level of satisfaction for our guests. We thank you once more that you choose Aeolos Beach Hotel to spend your vacations with. Our Management and staff will be pleased to welcome you back and sending a lot of greetings. Best Regards, Aeolos Beach Hotel Management Team
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Lisa L wrote a review Oct 2023
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We have just arrived home from our fantastic 11 night stay at this hotel. We stayed in one of the premium bungalows ( 644) over looking the sea. Our room was thoroughly cleaned daily, smelling fresh. All members of staff are very friendly, happy to talk, and always greet you with a big smile. They work hard and long hours but will do anything to meet people's needs and expectations. How they continue to be cheerful when some people are so rude to them is beyond me, 100% professionalism all the way. The food - always plenty of options to choose from, no concerns with hot meals being cold and can honestly say that I am very fussy with regards to eating meat and normally avoid meat options when away or eating. Well that was until now, the meat was cooked thoroughly, tender and most definitely not fatty ( my own personal preference). The hotel grounds are spotlessly clean and the gardeners were busy maintaining the gardens around the hotel guests. They were not intrusive and Mindful where they were setting up the sprinklers on a daily basis. We had a lovely holiday and was sorry to have leave. We will definitely be returning - already booked our next visit for Sept 2024.
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Responded Oct 21, 2023
Dear Mr/Mrs W4902PVlisal, First and foremost, we would like to thank you for taking the time to write your review about your stay in Aeolos Beach Hotel. We are glad to know that you enjoyed your stay with us and that our location & style, our staff attentiveness & quality of service, our cleanliness as well as our food variety & taste contributed to your positive experience. We thank you so much for your compliments. Your feedback gives us the strength to keep improving our services and ensuring the highest level of satisfaction for our guests. We thank you once more that you choose Aeolos Beach Hotel to spend your vacations with. Our Management and staff will be pleased to welcome you back and sending a lot of greetings. Best Regards, Aeolos Beach Hotel Management Team
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$88 - $177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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228
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Aeolos Beach Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Memories Bar (3.5 miles), Happy Flamingo Beach (3.9 miles), and Ag. Theodoti Beach (3.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include To Chasapáki, Coco Beach, and Gyros Grill by Vassilis.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to The Aeolos Beach Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Casa Romana Kos (2.4 miles), Western Archaeological Zone (2.2 miles), and mosque lotzias (2.5 miles).
Does The Aeolos Beach Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.