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Hotel Odyssion

Vassiliki Beach, Apollonii 31100 Greece
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#15 of 26 B&Bs / Inns in Vasiliki
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FatCat99 wrote a review Sep 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed for a couple of days in this Hotel which was recommended by other people that visited Vassiliki. The owner that welcomed us didn't speak any English so communication was fairly difficult. The room didn't have a good smell and not much care was put into the cleaning, also one bedsheet was missing. Breakfast was various with both cooked and fresh products, but not very impressive. Given the price, you can surely find something better.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Vittorio wrote a review Aug 2019
Milan, Italy13 contributions6 helpful votes
Had a good time to start my vacation. The hotel is ran in a friendly and authentic fashion. Breakfast is great, rooms are clean, I had a great stay and I’d wish to come back the soonest. My recommendation to my friends will be to stay here and have the same customer experience I could enjoy.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
Ellen T. wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions2 helpful votes
Albeit a convenient choice to our last minute trip, Odysseon Hotel is not one I would recommend to anyone who isn’t as desperate as we had been. There were so many things that just didn’t make our pleasant. First and foremost, the breakfast was, at best, hideous. From stale bread and cakes, which were abundant regardless of their low quality, to dubiously tasting omelets and coffee, a strange, ugly-looking pizza and bullet-tough scrambled eggs, I would personally give the hotel’s breakfast 1/5, one (1) being the least I can give. The room where the breakfast was served smelled awful too. An embarrassment! If you wish to stay in the hotel, don’t bother paying for breakfast. There are cafes near by with a view to the sea and serve far better breakfast. For the rooms: my room was on the third floor, and although it was alright in terms of cleanliness and had a breath-taking view of the mountains situated behind the hotel, the air conditioner (aka the device essential to the gruesome temperatures of the island during the summer) was awkwardly situated by the side of the bed, which made the cold air blow directly to our faces and bodies. We either froze or melted from the heat, there was no in between. It also smelled. It made one wonder when was the last time it was cleaned. Last but not least, after the cleaning lady had finished cleaning our room and moping our floor, the room smelled rancid. Furthermore, the WiFi functions properly only very early in the morning (before 8 am) or very late at night (after 12am). Within the day, it lags and devices are unable to connect to it. Last but not least, the cleaning ladies weren’t on their best behavior either; shouting in the corridors and barging into rooms very early in the morning (8:00-8:30am as a matter of fact). The cherry on top of the cake was on our checkout date though, two hours before the designated checkout time, the manager // owner of the premise standing outside one of our rooms and shouting to the cleaning ladies whether we had moved our stuff out of the room, indirectly and without an ounce of tact, urging us to leave our rooms two hours earlier than we had to, just to get on with his day. It is almost as if the people who run the hotel have no idea what tourism is, and how to deal with it. Other than that, the hotel is situated very close to the sea and there is a gorgeous pavement for walks nearby. Its location is great — its quality is questionable.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Tanja B wrote a review Jul 2019
31 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice hotel, good home made greek breakfast, very friendly family staff. Extremely clean rooms and great location for all the windsurfers in ClubVass. The only thing that bothered me was an occasional noise from the nearby road at night but I'll still choose this hotel next time.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Upper floors have better views.
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Getaway21515762833 wrote a review Jun 2019
1 contribution
which is 100m from litlle hotel, where you get good breakfast, good large room wth bathroom an balcony. Sea shore is ocupatied by sailing boats and Windsurfers in afternoon, for swimmers in the morning. I took a montain bike and scooter for the trips on hills.
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Date of stay: June 2019
US$52 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
GreeceIonian IslandsLefkadaApolloniiVasiliki
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Odyssion
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Odyssion?
Nearby attractions include Garden Cafe-Cocktail Bar (0.6 km), Classicon (0.5 km), and Ponti - Vasiliki Beach (1.0 km).
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Odyssion?
Conveniently located restaurants include Zorbas The Greek Restaurant (Vasiliki-Lefkada), Oceans, and Batzanakias The Tavern Of The Village.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Odyssion?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Odyssion?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.