Hotel Palmyra is about a five-minute walk from the sandy beach and also from the bars, shops and restaurants of Argassi.
A sandy beach is about a five minutes from this hotel, and so are the bars, restaurants and shops of Zante. The rooms feature French doors and balconies.
The swimming pool and children’s pool are set in a sun terrace, surrounded by manicured gardens. The hotel offers a breakfast buffet, and you can enjoy dinners at the restaurant on the rooftop terrace.
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The pool is surrounded by gardens, sunbeds and parasols, with a wide terrace offering plenty of sunbathing space.
A continental-style buffet breakfast is served in the morning. At dinnertime, a choice of dishes can be eaten inside, where it's air-conditoned, or outside on the rooftop terrace.
You can order a cocktail or two from the drinks menu here.
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twin room with balcony
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Nice hotel, great location
This is a lovely hotel located in the centre of Argasi. All amenities are near by, supermarkets, bazars, beach, atms, restaurants are within a minute walking distance. The hotel is very clean, rooms are spacious with balconies. Batrooms are quite small especially the showers are tiny, floors flooded every time we had a shower. Staff are pleasant and friendly. There is â¬15 extra charge for the fridge and also 15 for the safe. Aircon also extra. We requested a late check out as our plane was late eve. They wanted â¬50 we tought that was a bit much so we checked out at 10 and left luggages at secure space. My sister also stayed at this hotel at the same time with us, her travel agent booked a poolview room for them and that was calculated in their price at booking however at arrival they were put in a room with a view to the carpark and a wall. So they complained at reception but were told that they can have a poolview room at extra charge for â¬150 with safe, fridge, ac included, anyway they went with that, but it was very dissapointing and found unfair the extra charge. Breakfast options are nice, bit repetative but good variety of food. We enjoyed our stay at Palmyra and would return. I Also recomend this hotel but beware of extra unexpected charges. More
Good stay and clean hotel
It is a very clean hotel. The towels and bed sheets were changed every other day and the room was cleaned daily. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The location is in center of the town with easy access to many restaurants, car rentals, shops and buss stop. What I didn't like: - breakfast - in several days you will may consider eating in town because the menu is the same...after 8 days of seeing the same breakfast I was - thin walls - I could hear the neighbor snoring like he was sleeping net to me. Also because we got the room above the entry door we cold hear everyone who was coming late. Overall was a good value for money.More
Adrian P, 294458
Well located clean hotel
Very welcome on arrival , all staff very pleasant and polite. Rooms basic but clean no comfortable, only co plaint was the small shower with a shower curtain, nearly impossible to stop the bathroom flooding whilst showering. Nice grades area with pool and two on site great restaurants , sun beds very uncomfortable but beach only a few minutes walk away with better beds to top up that tan. Breakfast wasn't to my taste but there was a fair choice available , fruit , bread, , poached eggs (not hot ) mini sausages etc. Would definitely go there again, low budget holiday and we got more than expectedMore
We stayed here for a week and while value for money there are just some little things that would make the experience so much better. On arrival the only information we were given was the time & location of breakfast. No additional guest or resort information to be found in the room. No location map which is standard in most hotels these days. Although there are some resort information folders in reception. Room was basic but clean and spacious enough. The beds were also comfortable enough. Bathroom was cramped & the shower was so tiny that if you turned around the shower curtain would stick to you. Room was serviced daily although the bathroom wasn't too well cleaned. Pool area was nice and wasn't too busy. Breakfast selection was a bit limited & didn't really vary from day to day. The hotel itself is well located within the resort, close to shops, bars & restaurants. Safe/air con & fridge all available at extra charge. I did ask for a hairdryer which we were told we could keep until the end of our stay. This was supposed to be a quiet hotel but we were stuck beside the guests from hell. Constantly fighting and throwing stuff around the room all hours of day/night. I rang reception as I was concerned but they just said they would monitor. Not too bothered at all! And so the war next door continued. At the weekend there was also a lot of loud music from nearby bars/hotels well into the early hours even though we were out ourselves. I would say this is definitely one of the noisiest hotels I've stayed in. The night receptionist breakfast/chef was the nicest member of staff. He even opened the restaurant & provided us with breakfast before opening time one morning as we had to be away early on a trip. On our last day we ended up checking out late as we hadn't been informed of a checkout time. Cue an abrupt receptionist hammering on door & telling us to leave the room at 11am!More
Very good condition for a 3* greek hotel
We booked this 3* hotel just 3 weeks before our trip because we didn't find any available 4* hotel room only with breakfast (we found with half board or all inclusive). We love to taste greek local food and in Argassi a lot of taverns with delicious greek food and fresh grilled fish were waiting for us. That's why we choose an only three stars hotel, but we were surprised in a very positive way: very good location, clean room, good pool, decent breakfast (eggs, omelette, beans & sausages, ham, cheese, greek fetta, olives, croissant, some cakes...). Only the coffee... ð, but maybe this is the real greek coffeeð. Advise: for the hairdryer ask at the reception!More
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