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 632 reviews

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

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board buffet meals. Snacks.

Drink

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.

Hotel-run miniclub

A range of activities for kids aged 4 to 12, with a mini disco from 8.30pm, as well as a variety of daytime activities.

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twin room with pool view

Twin room with pool view sleeps up to 3 with bath or shower and a stereo system.

twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with bath or shower and a stereo system.

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amazing food, just perfect hotel

staff couldn't do enough for you. The chef made special gluten free food for my husband. They sorted out a vegetarian station. What ever we asked for we got. Gil made such an effort with our son, even playing tennis with him after he finished work. The atmosphere was intimate and the food so fresh you never got bored of it. We hired bikes for the week and cycled to Kos town afew times. Its great for cycling. Can't wait to go back. Thank you.More

ManchesterHarry, manchester

Most relaxing holiday!

My partner and I went here 5th July 2014 for a week. As soon as we pulled up to the hotel it was such a lovely place that people were looking around to see who was getting off. We arrived at 3am and the reception were brilliant, had sandwiches and fruit ready incase we were hungry. Got to our room and were greeted with chocolates and wine. There was a slight downfall as there was a lot of ants on the floor but we told them and they got someone in to clean through the room immediately so we couldn't fault them and had no other problems after that. Staff were always friendly and helpful and food was always good, you could never get bored of the selection. I'm very particular with things being very clean and this is the only hotel that I've been to that is spotless. Something the guys should be aware of though is that for the evening meal you have to wear long trousers otherwise they want you to go and buy some, we weren't aware of this rule but my other half was lucky he took a pair of jeans! A suggestion is just to get stronger wifi for those who are like us and love to browse the Internet. Would definitely recommend this hotel if you want a relaxing luxury holiday.More

199Samantha, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Perfect honeymoon

Just returned from a week at the Astir for our honeymoon. The swim up room was perfect. We had room 524 which was not overlooked and had the sun all day long. Hotel room was spotless and cleaned each day, the hotel is very remote but if your looking for somewhere to chill and not do much this is perfect! We done the kos highlights trip which was arranged through first choice and was nice to see some sights. Definitely would return to hotel again. Food was brilliant and swimming pools great (although freezing) beach is the only let down but not hotels fault. Overall a great honeymoon - very relaxed! More

katierEssex, essex

fab fortnight at astir odysseus

We stayed here the last 2 weeks of the summer holidays, we travelled as a family 2 adults and 9 year old son. This was the first time in Kos and we were pleased with the hotel choice. The hotel is in between kos town and tigaki so it is a little isolated if you like a location in a town. That said it has car hire available, bicycle hire and there is a bus ten past the hour to kos town. The hotel has a laid back vibe so if you don't like the hustle and bustle that most hotels have in the summer this one is the choice for you. There were sun loungers available all day everyday so need to get up early to worry about getting a bed. The hotel is spotless from room to public areas and restaurants. We arrived late in the evening, so too late for a meal, however once we checked in and entered the room we found a plate of sandwiches and crisps each and a full fridge with cold drinks. The rooms were clean, bright and modern, the air con worked well to be honest we turned it off during the night it got that cold. The staff were helpful and friendly there was table service for drinks in the evening. The meals in the restaurant were good. The chef mike was great. There is plenty to choose from each evening and the chef will do omelettes of your choice in a morning. The a la carte is worth a visit, it was exceptional, both the service and the food, we have been to many all inclusive hotels all over but this a la carte is the best so far. The entertainment team were excellent big thanks to gill who did most of the daytime activities, he is a big hit with the children, we wont forget the happy dance! The daytime activities included shooting, archery, volleyball and water polo to name a few. The kids enjoyed it just as much as the adults, I think that the extra effort gill makes in the activities is appreciated by all the guests and he's like the pied piper with a following of children ! The entertainment on an evening is low key and based around the lobby bar. They had bingo, quizzes and dancing. The wifi is very good so if you want internet access or the children need wifi for ipad games then no problem here. If the entertainment on an evening isn't what you prefer the bus is only 2 euro adult and 1 euro for kids to kos town and takes about 20mins, and a taxi is about 12 euro. There is a waterpark in mastachari which is a good day out for the family, there is a bus which takes you there, the trip is best booked in tigaki town. There is horse riding and go karts in marmari which is about 15min taxi ride. The beach is a bit of a let down pretty small and quite rocky. The beach in tigaki town was much nicer. There isn't anything negative to say about the hotel, its a shame there isn't a bus service direct to tigaki town.More

NewcastleDenholm, newcastle

Great holiday

Fantastic hotel!! Thank you for making my birthday one to remember. All the staff in the Argo a massive thanx. The lobby bar and restaurant staff well all your staff fantastic!! Defo be back room 529 xMore

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