Hotels in Crete
The Aegialis Hotel & Spa has been named “the jewel of Amorgos due to its breathtaking views. It is situated on a quiet bay, an ideal place for those who seek peace and quiet. It comprises five blue and white buildings with a total of 55 traditionally furnished and fully equipped rooms and suites.
The Greek breakfast at the Aegialis Hotel & Spa consists of traditional bread, handmade cinnamon or orange cookies, homemade croissants, a wide variety of fresh fruits, fresh orange juice, organic vegetables from the hotel gardens, olives, feta cheese, yoghurt, and free range eggs cooked in many ways. Cheeses include the “Amorgiano” (semi-hard cheese), “ksinomyithra”, “anthotyro” and “malaka” cheese. The traditional pies are baked daily on the premises (with cheese, spinach, greens or “bougatsa” with cream). Desserts like “loukoumades” (honey dumplings), “kserotigana” (fritters) as well as handmade jams, are highly recommended. Honey and cheese from local producers is also available, and local recipes “favatokeftedes” and stuffed vineleaves (“dolmadakia”) are much appreciated. Beverages offered include herbal teas and Greek, freshly ground, coffee,
The hotel's Greek breakfast includes among others:
Sausage in vinegar
‘Ryzogalo’ (Rice pudding)
Whole wheat rusks
Whole wheat bread
Dittany (Diktamo, Erondas)
Afantoy Bay Resort Suites
The Afandou Bay Suites Hotel is situated on one of the most beautiful beaches of the island of Rhodes, Afandou beach. It is located 18km from the center of Rhodes Town and 21km from Lindos. Access to all monuments and sites of the island of Rhodes, as well as its beaches, is very easy.
The Afandou Bay Suites Hotel serves a wide selection of Greek delicacies, such as traditional breads, biscuits, cakes, pastry treats like “bougatsa” (with cream) or mini pies with raisins. There are fresh fruits and juices, fruit salads, fresh vegetables, yoghurt with honey, cream and “ryzogalo” (rice pudding). Eggs are cooked in various ways, including the traditional “strapatsada” (scrambled with tomato) or “sfouggato” omelet with zucchini. There are also Greek cheeses like “feta”, cheese pie and other traditional pies with greens. Guests should try the “loukoumades” (honey dumplings) or the “tiganites” (pancakes) with honey.
Finally, there is honey, tahini spread, halva, “loukoumi” (Turkish delight), spoon sweets, dried fruits, jams, olives, olive oil, various kinds of coffee and beverages such as tea, and traditional herbal infusions like “alesfakia” and “glyfoni”.
Hotels in Central Greece
The newly built Afroditi Villa Hotel promises excellent, relaxing holidays on Lemnos for families and couples. It is situated by the beach of Platy, 1.5km from the port of Myrina and 200m from the sea. Very tastefully decorated, it covers an area of 8000 sq. m. and is surrounded by impressive gardens. Its deluxe rooms feature all modern amenities.
The home cooked Greek breakfast features traditional products such as yoghurt with thyme honey from local producers, feta cheese from Lemnos, “kalathaki” (basket) cheese, olives, boiled eggs or omelet. There are also fresh vegetables from the vegetable garden as well as fresh seasonal fruits, fruit salads, a variety of jams, dried nuts and cereals, dried fruits, homemade pies and cake, local rusks and fresh bread. Beverages include Greek coffee, chocolate, tea, fresh juice and various spoon sweets made by the women of Lemnos.
The Acqua Vatos is a family hotel in the heart of Kamari, very close to the largest and most popular black sand beach of Santorini. The Acqua Vatos Hotel combines the charms of a family hotel with those of a cosmopolitan and romantic retreat. It has 32 rooms and suites with minimal touches and children friendly features. The service, hospitality and breathtaking location make this hotel ideal for couples in love, families and energetic young people.
A selection of homemade delicacies comprise the Greek breakfast at the Acqua Vatos.
Breakfast starts with fresh bread varieties, cakes, handmade jams, honey, fruits and vegetables, as well as sweets. Cold cuts, cheeses (from the mainland) and extra virgin olive oil from Crete are served daily. There are also dried fruit and nuts and homemade pies based on recipes from around Greece. Guests may choose delicious fruit salads, traditional cheeses, such as gruyere from the island of Naxos, and yoghurt from Macedonia. They also have the opportunity to taste traditional products of Santorini such as cherry tomatoes, capers, sun dried tomatoes and the famous fava beans.
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