The family-run Bahamas Hotel might only be small, but it provides a warm welcome and easy access to the best bits of Kos. There are only 30 rooms at the hotel. Guests rave about the friendly staff members and the fact that it’s strictly for adults.
The pool’s designed for lengths and comes with a spacious sun terrace that has wooden canopies for shade. The hotel serves a continental buffet breakfast, but you can also have a cooked breakfast at the pool bar. Later in the day, it dishes up home-made Greek favourites. In summer, there’s also a weekly Greek night.
Overview of Kos Town
With historic structures, a lively nightlife scene and adrenaline-pumping waterparks, Kos is a small island that packs a lot in.
On a holiday to Kos, you can enjoy a break at a pace that suits you. The small resorts are quiet getaways, but larger towns are thriving metropoles with bustling nightlife scenes.
The Bahamas Hotel is in the cosmopolitan Kos Town, the island’s capital. Packed with historic sites, it’s a great place for history lovers and explorers. It’s one of the most active spots on the island, so expect to enjoy days on the beach, a bustling marina and lively nightlife venues.
Things to do in Kos
The Bahamas Hotel is only a 10-minute walk from the centre of Kos Town, which is full of historic landmarks, such as the 15th-century castle that overlooks the resort and the famous Tree of Hippocrates.
When you fancy a day at the beach, Lambi’s kilometre-long stretch of white sand is a 15-minute stroll away. It’s much quieter here than Kos Town, so it’s ideal if you’re looking for a slower-paced day.
In the evening, take a stroll to Kos Town’s lively selection of restaurants and tavernas. Restaurants by the marina specialise in seafood, but international favourites are widely available. The 40-kilometre-long island of Kos is bursting with activities and attractions, and comes highly recommended!