The perfect scenery for relaxation!
The hotel has been in operation since 1993 (fully renovated the summer of 2011) in one of the most beautiful, traditional buildings on the island, placing emphasis on high aesthetics in a cosmopolitan environment!
On the hotel’s ground level and in its lovely garden visitors can enjoy breakfast or coffee with the owners’ friendly care and service. The hospitable family environment will immediately make you feel at home and will make your stay on Alonissos unforgettable.
Lastly, one of the main advantages of the hotel is the certification EN ISO 14001-2004, received on 2012. Athanassiou family believes that "For a hotel that proclaims itself to be environmentally friendly, only having adopted practices and actions during its operation to protect the environment, is not enough. To be effective, it must be conducted within a structured management system, integrated in the overall activity of its administration…".
FacilitiesIKION hotel is comprised of 13 luxurious, fully equipped rooms of which 4 are suites / family rooms. All units are air-conditioned and feature a multitude of amenities including:
- Private bathroom with shower or bathtub
- Private balcony with sea or mountain view
- Anatomic mattresses and pillows
- Frigde - mini bar
- Plasma TV
- Coffee-maker - electric kettle
- Wakeup service
- Key cards
- Bath toiletries
- Wireless Internet access, free to all areas
LocationPatitiri is the picturesque central port and the capital of the island. Patitiri in Greek means "wine-press" and therefore, the name of this area dates back to the time when viniculture was the main source of income for local population.In the port of Patitiri, there are several cafés and local taverns to choose from and enjoy the ambience of the port, watching the fishing boats and yachts lying at anchor. Walking to the end of the port, there is a small beach with crystal blue waters surrounded by yellowish rough cliffs and pine trees. By nightfall, all these cliffs are beautifully illuminated.
Looking towards the end of the bay, you can also see two neighbouring islands called Dio Aderfia (Two Brothers).