We couldn't fault this lovely friendly little hotel - without doubt the best accommodation we've had in Greece. A great deal of thought has gone into this hotel, from the modern fixtures and fittings and colourful decor to the fact that the walls between rooms are quite thick, meaning you don't get disturbed by any noise from neighbouring rooms. The maid doesn't come at ungodly hours of the morning to clean your room either, which has been a problem in some other hotels we've stayed in! The owner, Kristina makes a real effort to get to know everyone, greeting you by name every morning. Nothing is too much trouble for her, husband Vangelis or George - maker of delicious cocktails!
Polichrono itself is a fairly quiet village with plenty of restaurants and bars along the sea front and up side streets. Our favourites were the Akrogiali - beautifully cooked food in a quiet, chic atmosphere, and one (can't remember its name) near the bottom of the lane from the hotel to the beach with a lovely garden and yellow walls! Great menu - try the Tsoulpeki. We never had a poor meal in any of the restaurants we ate in in Polichrono, and prices were reasonable - you often get a free ouzo/ metaxxa and cake after your meal too. We liked Laska's bar on the sea front for drinks and good music - great for people watching.
- Also Known As:
- Ammos Hotel Polichrono
- Hotel Ammos Polichrono, Greece - Halkidiki