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APHRODITE HOTEL is set in the center of Olympos and offers units with balconies that overlook the Aegean Sea. All rooms offer a mini fridge, an electric kettle and a private bathroom with a shower. Ólympos is amazing and all the area around but the most of all has been Nikos' s family.
Irene’s is a renovated, traditional house located in the center of the village of Olympos, in Karpathos. It offers fully equipped accommodations decorated in the characteristic style of the island. Great traditional house on two levels in Olympos. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and I highly recommend the property.
Located next to the traditional windmills of Olympos village, close to the village center, Archipelagos offers 2-level apartments with fully equipped kitchen and free Wi-Fi. This place is magical!! The scenery around the place are beautiful , and from the terrasse you just can't stop looking. We had a beautiful 2 floor room, with 2 bathroom, really clean, with nice living room. Also 2 terrasses. The owner is such a nice person, she gave us great suggestions for food and for Olympos. You have to stay there , Olympos is the most beautiful part of the island. Just be ready, the drive is not super easy, but it's worth it!
Located in Ólympos, Sellai House has self-catering accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. This appartment is on the mail path which come across the traditional village olympos.
Located in Ólympos in the Dodecanese region, Villa Nisiria has a balcony and river views. This villa has a shared kitchen and free WiFi.
" Ageri " Traditional House Olympos is located in Karpathos, 28 miles from Pigadia Port, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. It has free WiFi, a terrace and a restaurant.
Just a 5-minute walk from sandy Diafani Beach, family-run Balaskas Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with balconies. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Great place to stay. Friendly and helpful owner Vasillis and his wife Evgenia.
Just 328 feet from the beach of Diafani in Karpathos, this apart-hotel offers self-catered accommodations with air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and free parking. There is also a restaurant on site. This was an excellent place to get involved with some greek culture and relax. The host were warm and friendly, and willing to help you understand greece better.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Anesis is set in Diafani. Free private parking is available on site. Some units feature a terrace and/or balcony with sea views. Great view from room and friendly management. Very strong WiFi.
Traditional House is located in Karpathos and offers a terrace. The property was built in 1958, and has air-conditioned accommodations with free WiFi.
Such a small quaint town, loved it! Beautiful sweeping views of the mountains surrounding, and I highly recommend staying somewhere on the back side of the city, be prepared to park and walk, so that you can see the sunset over the ocean.
In my experience, all the previous reviews are both accurate and truthful. Although the accommodations are very clean and basic, this is a very small trade-off for both the location & the unique panoramic impressive views which Hotel Aphrodite, run by Nick and his family, offers. They also enhance one’s stay by making available exceptional local culinary delights (Nick’s wife a fantastic cook) at their small family operated restaurant in the main square near the church. Nick, who spent most of his youth in the US, speaks excellent English is able to offer helpful advice on many local matters. Should one be interested in local history, Nick has put together a book of rare historical photographs featuring local Olympos family history, a rare source for local genealogical research, based on his father’s unique rare photographic archive. All together, staying at Hotel Aphrodite, was a unique experience, especially due to the warmth of Nick’s family, the location, and panoramic views. A great value for money. I look forward to another visit at Hotel Aphrodite and to see Nick and his family again! And, of course, for the great food!
The village is very beautiful and unusual. On the main street with shops people try much too hard to sell you things, and that can be quite annoying. If you stay calm and talk with them, however, you will find that they are very nice and interesting people. The nicest restaurant we ate at was Parthenon, very close to the main church. Also a small taverna called Drosia, right at the beginning of the main street when you enter Olympos, has wonderful food and a very friendly woman running the place.