No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Lauda Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Lauda Hotel Oia
Travel Blogs from Oia
... Of course as the confident sight-seers that we were we took the first entrance that we could find and were immediately very underwhelmed by what we saw. Sure there were a few ruins here and there but we didn’t see anything resembling massive market place buildings and city offices that we should have. Then it dawned on us that we may have taken a wrong turn (ok, I may have lead us through the wrong gate) and then once we found the correct entrance we were ...
4x4 day!! Hired us some sweet 50cc motor bikes for island exploration. After having instructions on - red roads yes, yellow roads ok white roads no - we Headed to a beach on the far side of the island. About 10mins in - bikes were struggling big time, almost decided to take the back and exchange until we realised the road ran out... Turned to dirt and only then we figured this was one of those white road no go zones - whips! Back on track we made it ...
... caldera. The ambience was so nice…it would make for a very nice romantic dinner. The tables are close together but yet you don’t really hear other people talking. After checking Tripadvisor later, I discovered Floga is the #3 restaurant in Oia.
After dinner we looked in a few stores and bought some junk food at a nearby supermarket and went home to bed. There’s really nothing for nightlife in Oia, just lots of ...
... Beer's I have drank" label book at home. LOL. Yes, we do have one and we just started it when we moved to England. What a shame that we don't have the labels of all the beers my husband has had all over the world. guess we need to repeat!
After our grilled cheese, we walk the other way and then meet the next set of rude people in one day. A group of cruise ship passengers (they are all obvious as they have ...
... walk -very steep, or gondola- and YES we went up on the gondola - but we walked down -about 45 minutes at my pace as the cobbles are quite slippery. The views from the top were worth the 'feel the fear and do it anyway'.
And so that was the last port of call on our Greek Island Cruise. The memories will be hot, hot, hot, busy, busy, busy, and the uncomfortable bed, also some amazing sights - did I say amazing a few too many times?