Each of the studio apartments at the Iris Hotel comes with a kitchenette, so it’s easy to cook up a storm and enjoy a self-catering holiday to Kos. When you don’t fancy cooking, breakfasts are served in the lounge. Plus, the poolside bar serves snacks and ice cream throughout the day.
There’s also a swimming pool and a separate children’s pool at the centre of the property. It’s surrounded by plenty of loungers and parasols, so it’s a great spot for soaking up the sun when you don’t feel like exploring nearby Kos Town.
Overview of Kos Town
Kos is a small island with historic attractions, traditional Greek hospitality and views that will take your breath away. Kos can trace its history back to the 11th century BC, and many of the island’s historic monuments are still on full display, including Antimachia Castle and the Roman Odeon.
As Kos is only 40 kilometres long, it’s easy to use the Iris Hotel as a base for exploration. When you do, you’ll discover striking white beaches, exciting waterparks and lively nightlife.
Things to do in Kos
The Iris Hotel’s only a five-minute walk away from the nearest beach, so you can spend your day lounging on the sand or taking part in the great range of adrenaline-pumping water sports.
When you want to explore, the centre of Kos Town’s only a 20-minute walk away. A cosmopolitan location set in a historic area, Kos Town’s the perfect location for history lovers. It has a 15th-century castle as its background, and Roman ruins are dotted throughout.
Away from the historic attractions, there are endless things to see, including the picturesque beaches, the beautiful marina and several museums where you can explore Greek culture. After sunset, nightlife venues keep revellers entertained until the early hours.
With abundant sandy beaches and plenty of glimpses into the ancient world, Kos is a destination that keeps visitors of all ages entertained.