Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Dimvoufrom Salonika, Greece
Very overpriced hotel.Posted Aug 30, 2012
Cons: No double bed
Great located but very overpriced hotel. Small rooms, no double bed, small parking area.
for Everyoneby Greek/Americansfrom California
A great value for your money with a great staff!!Posted Aug 29, 2012
Pros: The Staff, the location and the value.
Cons: The decor was a bit dated
Location: In the center of the town of Agios Nikitas - perfect!
Our stay at the Odyssey Hotel was one of the best we have experienced in Greece. Yes, the hotel decor is a little basic and a bit dated, but the staff and the quality of service makes up for this many times over. The staff, starting from the Reception Desk, the Breakfast Staff to the Cleaning Staff made us feel at home and took care of our every need. Lambrini, at the Reception Desk is very helpful and as sweet as can be. We cannot say enough about Vickie and Angeliki in the Breakfast room - the food was amazing and they made us feel as if we had known each other for years. The room was quiet and comforatable and the location was perfect. We highly recommend this hotel!!! Plus, it was a great value for our money.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
We have stayed at this hotel before and really enjoyed it - so we returned!It has a lovely atmosphere and is well located in the village.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Sydney, Australia
Great for big groups to be in one placePosted Jun 19, 2011
We booked this on recommendation for a wedding we were attending. We didn't expect 5 star luxury as it is a European beach village and for the price it was better than what we expected. You really don't need to spend any time in your room in this village so the basic rooms don't need to be appealing. It would probably be best hotel in the area for a bunch of people to meet up as it is probably the biggest one in this village Agios Nikitas. Staff are super friendly and willing to accommodate guests for anything. Highly recommended.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Kent
On arrival!Posted Sep 26, 2009
On arrival the groundfloor room we had been allocated had been closed and on entry there was a strong smell of the drains. Upon complaining we were given a drink while the room aired as we could not be moved until the following day when another room became available. This was fine typically Greek and up on the first floor with a balcony and views. The village was very nice with plenty of places to eat and the breakfast at the hotel was superb. We just felt sorry for the next people who took our old room a few days later!!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Altrincham, UK
Hotle OdysseyPosted Aug 20, 2009
This hotel is perfectly positioned and has its own carpark - this is really important if you are taking a car to Ag Nikitas because the only other places to park are OUTSIDE the village at least 300 metres away and potentially much much further! The hotel has an excellent roof level pool, very friendly and helpful staff, and a high level of cleanliness throughout. The only issues we had were the beds -VERY hard mattress/base which usually resulted in aching backs for the first two hours each day. And secondly, the noise coming from the fridge in the bedroom; this clicked on and off avery 40 minutes!! Not ideal for a good night's sleep. The aircoditioning was fine but had to be switched off before dropping off to sleep as it was also noisy. Although the village had a good buzz to it in the evening there was never any issue with noise when in the hotel. Well worth a visit!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom East Riding of Yorkshire
The best kept secret of Agios NikitasPosted Oct 6, 2008 on Hotels.com
Have just returned from a second visit to Hotel Odyssey and found the standard of cleanliness, the genuine friendliness of all the staff excellent and unchanged. The buffet breakfast is very good with a very wide selection, eaten on a covered verandah with extensive views. The lovely pool on the top floor of the hotel is very clean with umbrellas and bedchairs on 3 sides. The small bar adjacent is good for light refreshments. The hotel is placed conveniently in the village and does not suffer from vehicle noise as it is predominantly pedestrianised.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom London
close to perfectionPosted Oct 2, 2008 on Hotels.com
The hotel is close to being a perfect place to stay. The location, pool, views, breakfast and staff are all excellent but the basic rooms and shower let it down. Having said that the off season deal we got made it great value and agios nikitas is stunning.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Stockton-on-Tees
A great little hotel in a fabulous little Greek villagePosted Jun 29, 2007
This is a small,clean and unsophisticated Greek hotel. It has a lovely pool and a good breakfast is served on a teerrace overlooking this. The staff are friendly and helpful and we enjoyed our second visit even more than the first. If you are looking for luxury -this isn't for you but if you want a simple, great value for money hotel, in one of the prettiest greek villages where the greek visitors outnumber the rest, this will be great for you! We've holidayed in Greece for 20years and Aghias Nikitas is special to us as is the Odyssey Hotel. Pete and Alison Stephenson