Anastasia Aparthotel

The family-run Anastasia Aparthotel can be found close to the centre of Kos Town and the beach, so the best bits of this lively destination are all close by.

When you stay in one of these apartments, you’ll have a kitchenette with a fridge, so you can whip up your own meals. You’ll also have your own balcony so you can dine al fresco. If you don’t fancy cooking in the morning, you can start your day in the cheerful breakfast room, which serves a continental buffet.

In the hotel’s courtyard, there’s a freshwater pool. A snack bar’s also tucked up next to it, as is a separate pool for children.

Overview of Kos Town

Holidays to Kos offer so much for the whole family. During your stay on this pint-sized island, you’ll have the chance to explore historic Grecian structures like Antimachia Castle, party the night away in Kos Town and visit family-friendly attractions like Aquatica Water Park.

Most of the smaller resorts on the island focus on relaxation and quiet getaways in the sunshine, but the Anastasia Aparthotel is in the capital of Kos Town, a thriving metropolis that’s home to beaches, bustling marina, museums, nightlife venues and the famous Tree of Hippocrates.

Things to do in Kos

The Anastasia Aparthotel is only 10 minutes’ walk away from the centre of Kos Town and the nearest beach. So, whether you’re looking to stretch out on the sand, explore attractions like the Roman Odeon or enjoy a night out, everything’s only a short stroll away.

One of the most prominent and important spots in Kos Town is the 15th-century Castle of Neratzia on the waterfront. Elsewhere, there’s the beautifully preserved Casa Romana.

Just outside Kos Town, the relaxing geothermal hot springs at Therma Beach are a must-visit location. They’re said to have healing properties, so after a day of sightseeing, head here to re-energise.

It’s easy to keep the whole family entertained in Kos. From days exploring historic ruins to relaxed boat trips across the island, there’s something to suit every pace of holiday.

Resort Summary

Kos’ capital city is known for its historic structures and cosmopolitan array of shops and restaurants. You’ll find everything you’re looking for in Kos Town including central beaches, a busy marina, thought provoking museums and excellent nightlife venues.

This area dates back to the year 366 BC and is steeped in rich history, so it’s also an ideal holiday spot if you want to explore Kos’ ancient roots. If you’re looking for cheap package holidays to Greece that offer a little bit of everything, Kos Town is a great choice.