Astir Egnatia Alexandroupolis
AddressParko Egnatia AlexandroupoliSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Although it bills itself as 'the megaresort of the north', this 200-room Grecotel on the sea, just west of town, isn't completely opulent. The resort does have friendly staff, several pools, a fitness and massage centre, restaurants and babysitting services.
Our independent authors have visited Astir Egnatia Alexandroupolis and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Alexandroupoli.
Description provided by property
Nestled amidst a verdant pine forest, beachfront Astir Egnatia Alexandroupolis is yet within walking distance of the city centre. There are plenty of facilities, including a fitness room, stunning outdoor swimming pool and a refined restaurant.
The elegant rooms and suites are tastefully decorated, featuring exquisite designer fabrics. Each with a breathtaking view over the Thracian Sea, the air-conditioned rooms come with free Wi-Fi, a satellite TV, DVD player and minibar.
Aesop’s Myths restaurant offers traditional Greek or international dishes made with olive oil and market fresh, seasonal ingredients. When the weather is pleasant, guests can dine on the spacious garden terrace with the blue waters of the Thracian Sea in the background.
Astir Egnatia Alexandroupolis makes for the ideal starting point for excursions in the enchanting Dadia Forest Reserve and the Evros Delta. Free on-site parking is offered to all guests.
Services & facilities
- VIP room facilities
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Family rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
- Children's playground
- Concierge service
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Car hire
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Interesting places nearby
Ecclesiastical Art Museum of Alexandroupoli
The museum contains priceless icons, many brought by refugees in 1923, plus early printed Greek books.
Cathedral of Agios Nikolaos
This cathedral houses the miracle-working 13th-century icon of the Panagia Trifotissa , from Aenos (Enez in Turkish) across the Evros...
Ethnological Museum of Thrace
Housed in an 1899 mansion, this museum with backyard cafe exhibits traditional costumes, musical instruments, oil presses, a dye-room...
On the central ferry pier, Alexandroupoli's 'yacht club' bar is a classy bar, and also does snacks and international fare.
This somewhat pricy west-side fish taverna has ambience, with light, eclectic decor and expertly prepared seafood.