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Kos Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Kos
A beautiful Greek island, Kos is a hugely popular holiday destination with tourists looking for long, sandy coastlines, scenic beauty and breath-taking archaeological sites. The influx of tourists visiting the town has increased over the years and so is the tourism sector, offering a range of great accommodation options to every type of tourist.
From luxury to boutique hotels and self-catering apartments to cheap properties, accommodation in Kos caters all stay preferences of the visitors. The beachside resorts and hotels in Kos offers stunning sea views. The rooms have minimalist décor and comes with all modern amenities. From luxury to cheap hotels in Kos- all the properties are beautiful, quaint and offers amenities to ensure the guests have relaxing stay. Book cheap flight and hotels in Kos from Alpharooms to get best deals, all year around.
A beautiful and famous Greek island, Kos is the third largest island of Dodecanese. The town is also famous for being the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine. The pleasant climate of the Aegean Sea, medieval monuments and expansive and superb coastline are the primary attraction of Kos town. However, the warm and friendly behaviour of the locals here granted Kos its stature among the most popular resorts on an international level.
Music and dancing are the main cultural activities of Kos. Thanks to the picturesque natural beauty, the town attracts international tourists as well as Greeks for city breaks and beach holidays. Apart from the historical and natural attractions, the gorgeous architecture of Kos is unique and is rebuilt according to a new Italian plan. Further, many hotels and resorts were built to cater the high rate of tourism in the town. Visitors will find numerus reasons to visit this enchanting ancient city and apart from natural beauty and history, quaint cafes, shops and traditional Greek nights are something worth exploring during your Kos holiday.
Where to stay
The second most popular island of Dodecanese, Kos Greece maintains a good balance in tourism development and you’ll find many good neighbourhoods to stay during your low cost Kos holiday. Few areas are very organized with plenty of hotels and cafes while few are very secluded, tucked away from the touristy crowd. Choose your accommodation in Kos that caters to your specific requirements in terms of location, connectivity and vicinity to the sights you want to explore.
The town has an impressive mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture, beautiful golden beaches and interesting attractions, making Kos an easy Greece destination to visit. Visitors will find luxury and quaint hotels in Kos by the beach side. There are many apartments and villas, which are also a good accommodation choice in Kos, offering complete privacy and modern amenities to let you enjoy your holiday, relaxing on the best abode.
Things to do
A highly popular holiday destination in Greece, Kos has something for everyone whether you are visiting the city for the first time or a seasoned visitor. The long golden sand beaches, crystal clear waters of Aegean Sea, archaeological sites and lots of water sports activities fulfils the varied holiday requirements of even the most discerning traveller.
There are many things to do and see in Kos and also offers a relaxing stay in luxurious accommodation. The major crowd puller to the town is its natural beauty, the fabulous weather and fine beaches. Also, the unsurpassed ancient history which Greece has is well represented by Kos. During your Kos holiday, see the remains and traces of the Odeon, the Roman theatre in Kos Town, discover the majesty of Neratzia castle, explore the Greek villages and pay visit to the ancient temple, Asclepius.
Kos is a very lively island, offering a plethora of nightclubs and bars for that perfect nightout. As the sun goes down, the two famous streets, Diakon and Nafklirou, right at the center of the capital comes alive as these streets are lined with the many chic bars and clubs. Whether your preferences are electronic music, rock sounds, or jazz, there is a place for everyone to dig in. Many resorts in the town also have their own nightclubs for the entertainment of their guests.
The clubs in the town stay open until the early hours and welcomes visitors to attend the theme parties, organized every night. The Heaven Club is the oldest and biggest club on the island while Bar Street is the most popular nightlife venues in the town. You can also enjoy parties on the beach, drink delicious cocktails at the famous Mylos beach bar or party in the clubs of Kardamena, which has the busiest night entertainment venues.
Kos boasts many really good restaurants serving scrumptious food in a beautiful setting. The most popular restaurants in the town are the stylish looking restaurants, nestled at the waterfront and the ones which are in the small backstreets. You can choose to eat from an authentic Greek delicacy to extensive selection of French cuisines. Restaurants where you can savour the traditional Greek fare includes Arap Taverna, Cuvee Restaurant and Lofaki Café and Restaurant, all these are popular for their exotic food and lively ambiance.
You will get to eat delicious food with some Turkish influence in Kos that makes it even better that the food served in the other towns of Greece. During your Kos holiday indulge in divine local as well as international cuisines including seafood to breads, salads to Turkish inspired kebab plates. Compliment your meals with specially brewed Beers.
Kos is an exciting city to have fun shopping experience and the major attractions are the stores offering local Greek products along with other usual products like other tourist destinations. Go out and enjoy a stroll through the old town and browse a plenty of small shop and stores, selling everything from oil soap, famed wines, handmade ceramics to a jar of locally produced honey. In addition, there are many big supermarkets and a wide variety of clothing stores to cater every requirement and budget of locals as well as tourists.
Don’t miss the opportunity to buy best of jewellery, leather goods, perfumes and souvenirs at relatively cheaper rates to make most out of your Kos holiday. Those looking for a fresh local produce including fruits and vegetables, can find many shops in main square of Kos town.
Fast Facts About
- Nearest airports: Kos Island International Airport
- Flight time from UK: 4 hours
- Language: Greek
- Currency: Euro (€)