Greece: Accommodation

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Hotels

Hotels in Greece

Depending on the type of holiday you are looking for, Greece has a wide selection of accommodation options throughout the country. The more popular tourist destinations of Greece are Athens, Thessaloniki, Santorin, Corfu Island, Meteora, Delphi, Mykonos, Rhodes, Nyxos, Salonica, Paros and Crete. Finding accommodation to suit your budget in Greece is not a difficult task in any of these places, with options galore. Browse our links to accommodation in Greece and find the latest deals online. Our links to cheap accommodation in Greece are updated hourly, to provide you with the most recent Greek hotel and holiday apartment bargains online.

Hotels in Greece

Tourists in Greece prefer hotel accommodation since there is so much to see in the country and each city requires a 4 to 5 day stop. Hotels in Greece are plentiful and range from first class luxury to the very basic. Greece attracts a huge backpack tourist population and budget hotels abound in each and every part of the country and its islands. The budget hotels in Greece provide just that - budget accommodation sans frills and fancies. A room for two in a budget hotel in Greece comes for as cheap as €15 and goes up to €40 if the hotel is located in a commercial area.

2 and 3 star hotels in Greece offer decently comfortable accommodation. The hotels are in the crowded areas, but in close proximity to restaurants, bars, etc. Few of the 2 and 3 star hotels have their own restaurant. Most, however, come with a bar. Rates for a single room in a 3 star hotel in Greece vary from €45 to €100.

4 star hotels in Greece are generally situated in picturesque locales where you get the dual benefit of comfort and natural beauty, but at a price! The lowest rates for a single room in a 4 star hotel in Greece will cost you €75 and can go up to €180. Athens, being the capital, has slightly more expensive hotels compared to other cities or islands.

5 star hotels in Greece offer style, comfort, luxury and grand service in the lap of natural beauty and scenic surroundings! Whether you choose a 5 star hotel on an island or in the heart of the city, you will always have a perfect view of the beaches and the sea or of the historical wonders of Greece. All 5 star hotels come equipped with every luxury available. All this luxury will however set you back by quite a lot of money. A double room in a 5 start hotel in Greece costs €200 to €350 a night.
 

Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Greece

Bed and Breakfast in Greece

Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Greece and the Greek islands is widely available. From central locations in the city and close to the city centre, to villages and towns tucked away in the outskirts of cities and on the islands, bed and breakfast accommodation in Greece is easy to find. A room for two in a bed and breakfast hotel in Greece will cost you between €30 and €120, depending on the area and proximity to tourist sights and attractions.

Apartments

Apartments in Greece

Apartments in Greece

Greek apartments and villas are a common option for families on long holidays with a number of people. Apartments in Greece vary in prices depending where you plan on staying. The apartments are booked for a minimum of a week. A two bedroom apartment accommodation in Athens for a maximum of 6 people will cost you €400 to €600. Smaller cities like Crete charge slightly lower rates, ranging from €€200 to €400. Most of the Greek islands which have a high tourist population offer two bedroom apartments for €500 to €800 a week.

 

Motels

Motels in Greece

Motels in Greece

Motels in Greece are easily available and offer a comfortable night’s rest when you decide to break journey. The accommodation is comfortable with all basic amenities, and will cost €50 to €80 a night.
 

Hostels

Hostels in Greece

Hostels in Greece

Hostels in Greece offer dormitory style accommodation as well as private rooms. Private rooms usually have their attached washrooms, but for dormitories it’s on a sharing basis. Hostels are popular with students, backpackers and budget travelers since they are cheap and offer very basic accommodation. A lot of hostels in Greece have their own bars where parties are organized for guests on a regular basis. Hostels are centrally located and transportation is never a problem. During the peak season it is advisable to make an advanced booking for hostels. Hostel accommodation in Athens starts from €10 a night. In Corfu hostel rates start at €5 and in Santorini you will be able to get a sharing room for as cheap as €5 a night.

 

Resorts

Resorts in Greece

Resorts in Greece

Greece has an impressive coastline and much of this coastline is dotted with the most exquisite resorts in the world. Resorts in Greece offer a stress-free, entertainment filled holiday experience. Most of the resorts in Greece are located in serene, picturesque locations, away from the hustle and bustle of cities and towns. Many resorts in Greece have their own private beaches which are accessible only to guests, ensuring complete privacy and solitude. Resorts are popular among honeymooners and couples. A room for two on an island resort in Greece will set you back by €180 to €400 a night.
 

Lodges

Lodges in Greece

Lodges in Greece

Lodges in Greece offer affordable and comfortable accommodation to travelers. A room in a lodge in Greece will cost €50 to €80 a night.
 

Chalets

Chalets in Greece

Chalets in Greece

Chalets in Greece are the best option for a family oriented holiday. Chalets are usually in the countryside but at the same time in close enough proximity to activity centers. Chalets can be self-catering or provided for. Self-catering chalets cost €300 to €500 a week and are also available on a daily basis.