Astir Odysseus

This village-style luxury hotel has a clutch of stylish pools and its own private beach.

The peaceful Odysseus is a few paces from its own private beach, surrounded by fields. There are 3 pools, and lots of eating options.

The lagoon pool is a real focal point. It’s huge, with views out to sea. And there’s an authentic Greek restaurant, which sits right on the seafront.

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Based On 978 reviews

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  • 19Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 337Rooms
  • 6Lifts

All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals. Snacks.


Locally produced alcoholic drinks, coffee and soft drinks.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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3 outdoor pools

There are 3 pools and 2 kids' pools available. There is a whirlpool bath in one area. Aqua aerobics and other activities are available in 2 of the pools.

Greek restaurant

Open for à la carte lunch and dinner throughout the week, with a barbecue and buffet available at lunchtime. Reservations are required, and a dress code applies for evenings only.


Open Monday to Saturday for over 16s.

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double room with pool view, shared pool and pool side

These double rooms are designed with a modern feel. You’ll have 1 extra bed. There’s a balcony or terrace overlooking the pool for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have a TV and Wi-Fi*. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

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A Week to Chill

Anticipation and expectation, normally I don't allow these things to fog my thoughts, however, for this trip, one that mattered, they were right up there in the gods. From the moment we walked into the air conditioned reception area I was totally impressed. Swim up room, restaurants, bars were great. The quality of the food? Always very good. Themed nights normally disappoint, not here. The beer is good, even from the free mini bar in the room. The weather was stunning for the time of year, I'm sure that helped, Kos is an interesting place. Kos town is well worth a visit and hire s car for a day or two to take a look at the other end of the Island. Top tip? Book and hire your car on line... Works out better value. This hotel/ resort is one of the best I've stayed at... I've travelled a fair bit. So my week?... Exactly how I pictured it. More

MartinAFC, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Wonderful August Holiday

We stayed at this hotel in August this year and it was incredible. Staff were lovely, food was amazing and the hotel was excellent. We went with two children and they had an amazing time as did we. Would totally go back again!!! 5 starsMore


fabulous, relaxing hotel!

I would thoroughly recommend this hotel, it is beautiful and very quiet and relaxing. It is very clean and has good facilities, the staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms were cleaned daily and to a high standard. Room bar was stocked daily at no charge. We had a room with a swim up shared pool which was fab, we had our own sunbeds on the terrace. However if we wanted to go to one of the other pools or the beach there was always sunbeds available. The food was nice and plenty of choice. We booked into the restaurant at the beach also which was included at one booking per week. this was lovely and definitely worth a visit. We also visited Kos town a few times which was only a short taxi ride away.More

201bec1983, Merseyside, United Kingdom

First class (but beware Travel Republic)

My wife and girls (15,8) spent 11 nights at the AO in August 2015. We spent the previous 2 years at Delphin Palace in Lara Beach Antalya. The Astir Odysseus probably surpasses the Delphin, in that it is more spacious and feels less crowded. The food was very good in terms of all inclusives. The rooms and hotel were pristine at all times. Staff genuinely friendly. I read a review before going about the brightness of a lightbulb. I'm happy to say I had no issues in that regard, nor,come to think of it, have I ever had. A special thanks has to go to Liza in reservations. We initially booked in November 2014 through Travel Republic. We received a notification in May that the hotel aspect of the booking had been cancelled. Travel Republic could not (and to this day have still not) explained what the issue was. On digging further, it became apparent that each aspect of the TR booking was separate, meaning that you do not get the benefits afforded by a package holiday. The alternative offered by TR was not of a similar quality. I contacted the hotel directly, to see if they were prepared to honour the price which had been agreed when the booking was made. The cost had almost doubled, compared to our original price. Surprisingly, and happily, the hotel were prepared to charge the original price, without any discussions or haggling. We hope to return, but will never use Travel Republic again.More

thewifeandiweloveit, Preston

Fabulous hotel

I would thoroughly recommend this hotel. It is clean, has good facilities, staff are friendly and helpful and food is good. We were all inclusive and I would say that we needed a bit more variety for eating during the fortnight but it was easy to get into Kos town for an evening. The rooms were cleaned daily and to a high standard. Room bar was stocked daily at no charge. We needed a few room repairs (a lightbulb and washing line) during our stay and these got dealt with immediately. There is the usual subbed lounger reserving but to be honest there were always plenty if you didn't want to get up at the crack of dawn! The paying restaurant at the beach is well worth a visit.More

Sunworshipper1812, Cheshire, United Kingdom

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