Finding an ideal charming small hotel in Tsilivi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Apollon Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the small hotel.
The property also features a pool and free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant.
While visiting Tsilivi, you may want to try some souvlaki at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Olive Tree Taverna, M-eating, or Botanic Garden.
Apollon Hotel puts the best of Tsilivi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Nice hotel in a quiet place. Near to the sea and town centre - both 2 mins walking. Nice friendly staff. Very good food. Nice room, small bathroom but it wasn't a problem. We didn't expect much from this place but in the end we were surprised and satisfied. :-)
Spent a week here. Joined a group of solo travellers. My room was pretty big, as was the shower room, but very old. I’ve been to Greece several times and often the accommodation is basic, but really? The tv was an old portable up so high you’d need a telescope to view it. As there was no remote control that wasn’t an option anyway! No remote for the aircon either but the weather was mid 20s so comfortable without. WiFi was intermittent then the last two days when trying to access it, a message came up that they hadn’t paid the bill. Breakfast and Evening meal was in a very dull and depressing room, no atmosphere, no music. Then the staff helping themselves...never mind if you wanted seconds! The bar /taverna wasn’t much better. No attempt by staff to liven it up...mainly they stood around looking miserable and looking at their phones. Thank goodness for nearby hotels with super pools, good facilities and all the bars along ‘the strip’. Avoid Apollon.…
Just returned from a week here, hotel desperately needs a refurb. New rooms added on top of original building can only be accessed by a spiral fire escape, so door from fire escape onto landing has to be jammed open to allow the top floor guests access into the building. Madness. Brochure states tv in room which there was but no remote. I asked for one but was told no use to me as tv only shows 2 Greek channels. Cleaning lady does a good job with what she has but rooms and bathrooms very run down. Why money spent on new rooms and sun terrace when main hotel in such a poor state of repair I’ve no idea. From all rooms you have to go outside to access dining area, not good when weather bad. Never again.
very poor hotel....rooms n bathroom deffo need upgrading ....flooding in room after shower ....brochure says satalite tv ....noooo its a very old tv ...with 1 channel....fridge noise unreal and rusty....food very mismatched..and staff not interested unless spending in there bar.....dodgy metal fire escape....to get to rooms at the top...the same for going to have breakfast.....not secure ...anyone could have got to where our rooms are...so overall ...wouldnt stay here again
Ate lunch at the bar one rainy day and had the Gyros Platter. It was delicious and full of flavour. Staff were friendly, the food that other diners had looked fantastic.The desert waffles looked amazing.