Katerina Palace Hotel - (Accommodation in Argassi)

Judith F           

We returned last week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Katerina Palace. The rooms were clean, the continental breakfast is ok, the location is central, but the best thing is the way the staff welcome you, everyone from the gardener to Katerina herself make you very welcome. Chrysa on reception is a star and has a great sense of humour and the poolside bar staff will always make time for you. The resteraunts around the hotel are excellent the best ones we went to were the Picadilly (down from the hotel)and the Edem which was excellent.

The hotel is very quiet which was just what we were looking for, the only thing that could have been better was for there to be more children, but that's nothing to do with the hotel! There was only one child for our little boy to play with, and although the boy didn't speak english, they still had a great time! Returned home totally chilled out!

Would definetely recommend this hotel and we are looking forward to returning next year.

Piccadilly - (Restaurants in Argassi)

Judith F           

This is by far one of the best resteraunts in Argassi. Takis and all the other waiters provide an excellent service. We had country lamb which was gorgeous, and their lamb kleftiki was superb.

One of the few places in Argassi where you don't get hassled to come into, lovely setting, plus 10% off if you stay at the Katerina Palace.

Edem - (Restaurants in Argassi)

Judith F           

We ate hear twice only finding it (its off the main road) on our second week. Its surrounded by lemon trees and it lovely. The food is excellent, the mousaka is delicious. The young waitress doesn't speak much english and when I ordered swordfish for my young son, brought sardines, complete with head and tails! Took a lot of sign language to get to to understand it was ok but could they remove the heads!!

We recommend it overall, they dont rush you and the food is excellent and its excellent value for money roughly 30 euros for 2 adults and a child.