Alkyon Resort Hotel & Spa

Address: \N, Vrachati, Peloponnese, 20006, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Foggy Bottom area of Vrachati, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Citadel and Treasury of Atreus, and Lion Gate.
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          • Spa
          • Outdoor pool
          • Heated pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Indoor pool
          • Kids pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Alkyon Resort Hotel & Spa Vrachati

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Vrachati

          Driving thoughts on Greece

          A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Oct 02, 2015

          9 photos

          ... be a tax deductible thing to do. We almost felt compelled to buy some spray paint and leave our mark (a bit like a male dog). Actually, Gayle would not let me even think about it!

          Sadly I suspect that everyone has given up worrying about law and order. A bit like the Wild West perhaps, where it is every man for himself. People have no regard for authority and particularly politicians or officials and for good reason ...

          Day 20 - At sea all day, not in Sparta

          A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 04, 2015

          A beautiful day at sea today. Max is still not well so I convinced her to visit the doctor. The nurse/receptionist at the medical centre went through her current medications in front of another passenger waiting to see the doctor. Certainly not best practice, we both agreed!  The rest of the day was spent resting other than we were invited to tour the engine control room which was very interesting.   Tomorrow Corfu. Hopefully Max will be well enough to go on our ...

          Athens Rule 101 and Aigina

          A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 01, 2014

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... Today Jess and I woke up later than desired caught a train (there is nothing wrong with the trains in Athens... In fact, they are more frequent and timely than the Sydney trains!) to Piraeus and then caught a Ferry to Aigina, one of the islands off of the mainland of Greece. Aigina was a very lazy island. I highly recommend if you go there you hire a scooter because otherwise you just don't have enough time to see anything the island really has to offer. We didn't hire ...

          Poros, GR (Corinth Canal) to Kiato, (Peloponnese)

          A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

          2 comments, 18 photos

          ... sailing this large "lake looking" area....that to my left is the Pelopenses and to the right, mainland Greece. Once we were at the entrance to the Corinth Canal, Jacques jumped ship, went into the office and paid whatever horrendous fee for us to proceed thru the canal. After about one-half hour it was our turn to proceed. There were other boats waiting to go thru, but we were the next. Only one boa can go through at a time, one direction. With Louis' eyes popping out of his ...

          Where Homer's Iliad Comes To Life

          A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 03, 2012

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... and the mask, he sent a telegram to the Greek king stating, ‘I have gazed upon the face of Agamemnon’. Subsequent scientific analysis dates the death mask as belonging to an unknown king who had died some 300 years before Agamemnon. But the objects of opulence and antiquity that were excavated and the extraordinary material wealth deposited in the shaft graves attests to a powerful elite society that flourished here. But is this really ...