Hotel Mathios Village

Akrotiri, Akrotiri, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 3 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Travel Blogs from Akrotiri

Santorini

A travel blog entry by sarahgarb

... was the first time ordered Saganaki, lore would have been impressed with some eggplant and tzatziki dips with bread. T was a nice snack whilst watching the sunset. Milan made the comment of the day when he said "why don't we just u-tube it' i don't know what all the fuss is all about." Hilarious. He cracks me up. We enjoyed, we shopped them we caught the original bus tour bus back! The driver was really nice and he was a really good ...

The View from Here

A travel blog entry by mel44

2
21

... I made it a ritual to give the first guy every morning my extra croissant we have become fast friends and I have a free donkey ride should I so desire. I don’t.

Some days I spent the balance of the morning at one of the beaches. They aren’t quite as pretty or well maintained as Mykonos but the red stone beach or any of the black lava stone beaches are all pretty in their own more rugged, Santorini way. On days that I wasn’t in ...

To Ios

A travel blog entry by while

2
2

... my awesome Dunedin buddies are here, but also missing being able to eat GF easily, being greeted by happy dogs, and having conversations about neither drinking nor card 'readings'. And little things like being able to drink tap water, flushing toilet paper, and decent showers. Tomorrow the group tour ends and after a day or two of rest in Athens I strike out on my own. It's exciting and scary ...

Stunning Oia, Sunsets, Amazing Scenery

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort

32

... basket of breads and croissants with a variety of baby jam jars. Hot chocolate, tea and fresh orange juice, greek pie, carrot cake, biscuits were all so good. Our hot breakfast came out, Mary had an omelette with ham, cheese, mushrooms which was fabulous, Troy had Greek scrambled eggs with tomato and feta. Wow what a generous breakfast and you could order as much as you like.


A lazy day today, had a swim in the jacuzzi and pool and lazed ...

The last Greek port - Santorini

A travel blog entry by brennyrob

14

... so blue too, a rich deep but bright blue you only see in special places like the Meditteranean.

The island of Santorini was formed out of the lava from the volcanic eruption in 1660 BC. The central part of the volcano sank into the sea leading to the emergence of Santorini itself and the tiny neighbouring islands of Thirasia, Palaia and Nea Kameni close by. Santorini is the only inhabited Caldera (volcano cauldron) in the world.

The ship ...

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Akrotiri, Akrotiri, is near Santorini Sailing, Red Beach, Amoudi Bay, and Museum of Prehistoric Thera.
Map this hotel

Amenities

View all amenities
       

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Mathios Village Akrotiri

    Altamente recomedable!

    from

    Estuve con mi marido en el Mathios Village y realmente es un hotel muy bueno, todo esta super limpio, el exterior esta super cuidado, da gusto caminar por el hotel y los alrededores de la pisicna. Habia algunos detalles, como por ejemplo que la recepcion cierra de tarde hasta las 17.30, de noche tambien, y de manana abren a partir de las 8.30, pero esto no altero nuestra estadia ahi. Como en otros hoteles del estilo y de la zona, no hay shampu ni acondicionador,,,en Sudamerica los hoteles tienen ese tipo de cosas. La atencion fue buena y fueron muy atentos (todo el tiempo hablamos con la misma persona, muy amable y dispuesta: Cristina). Este hotel queda en Akrotiri, de noche no hay nada para hacer, salvo ir a comer a algun restaurante chiquito de por ahi, pero con muy buena comida y a muy buen precio, comparado con Fira o con Oia. En Akrotiri es mas barato quedarse y estas cerca de Fira y de Perissa, que es la playa mas linda de Santorini (recomiendo el bar Yazz). Si lo que buscas es descansar y pasarla bien sin estar al lado del ruido, este es el mejor lugar!

    Vacation in villa mathios hotel august 2005

    from

    my name is kostantinos we are from greece we found that intresting site and we want to add our experience in Santorini We found Villa Mathios Hotel in travel magazine and we book there for 6 nights last summer. The Hotel it was new with two nice pools, the family mathios they were very nice to us

    Beautiful hotel, owner is a cheepskate.

    from

    The hotel is a great place, beautiful location, beautiful scenery, price isn't bad. However, the owner insists on nickle and diming customers for all they are worth. He runs his own "travel agency" and charges far above and beyond what the normal going rate is for trips, transportation, tours etc. If money is no object for you, then this is not a problem. If you want a rental car?... No problem he can get one for you with his commission tacked on top. If you want to get some ferry tickets?... Easy to do... plus his 10-30% or whatever he does. You need a ride to the ferry... they'll charge you for that too!!! We saw one couple checking out and asked if they could stay by the pool because their ferry wasn't leaving for a few hours, he said that it wasn't a problem, but that they would have to rent towels from him (after they spent several days as paying customers in his hotel). Incredible! Staying there is fine although a little out-of-the-way if you don't have a rental car. Don't let him book anything for you - I guess that's the take home message. Greek hospitality is fabulous, it just doesn't apply in this case.

    Villa Mathios.. Some Pros but more Cons

    from

    Just returned last night from my fifth visit to Santorini. My friend and I decided to stay at a hotel with a pool, due to a recent knee injury. Santorini beaches are very rocky and difficult to get in and out. We have friends in Akrotiri and decided to pick something close to the village. Having travelled to Europe, particularly Greece, many times, we are familiar with European accomodations.

    Beware Villa Mathios - Kosta - Manager

    from

    Beware Villa Mathios-Santorini !!

    Beautiful hotel and family await you in Santorini

    from

    My wife and I just returned from Greece and one of the many highlights of this beautiful country, was the Villa Mathios Hotel. Brothers Kostas and George, along with the rest of their family have created a quiet oasis on one of the most stunningly beautiful islands in Greece. From their suggestions of what to see, to their winning smiles, our stay was perfect. Don't plan a thing in Greece until you consult Kostas and his travel agency based on the premises. He will tell you where to see the sunset (without the crowds) and can plan your entire vacation in Greece not just on Santorini, and the prices are fantastic. The restaurant specialties served by Mama are a great value, and don't buy jewelry in the pricey shops until you check out the handmade beautiful selections created by George in his shop. The hotel and its grounds are immaculately kept, the gardens and two swimming pools are gorgeous, and the best of all NO CROWDS, just peace and quiet. The reason I have given it 5 stars, is there is no option for 10!!!!

    Nice, friendly, place on a stunning island !

    from

    Though it was way back in August 2000 I thought i'd post my memories of Villa Mathios as the owners/set up still seems to be the same. My wife and two young girls arrived by night ferry from Crete - some experience that was - and were picked up by George and transported up the steep cliffs to the hotel. As per the other reviews both Kostas and George are very friendly accomodating guys as are their whole family who help run the place. You couldn't wish to meet more helpful good humoured hosts. Akrotiri is quite a way out of Fira so it's a bus or taxi ride into town. There are some bars and restaurants in walking distance of the hotel with good views over the caldera. For those visiting for the first time - this is not beachside Spain ! It's beautiful but in a barren volcanic way (but you'd know that if you did your research) In this respect i'd caution against taking teenagers who want to sunbathe on miles of golden beaches every day. That said - we actually spent a lot of time by the pool at the Villa Mathios because it's great and has a good poolside bar. If you want a few groceries there is a little store a couple of minutes up the road where the owners like to give you a free nip of ouzo !! Good breakfasts in a clean, well serviced restuarant area. Lastly - the rooms are basic, clean and airconned. If you've been to Greece before you'll know about the greek plumbing ! If not - get used to it (in truth the showers at the time of visiting were tempremental to say the least) All in all a good stay and worth staying here.

    Kostas and George treat you as family at the Villa Mathios

    from

    How lucky can you be to walk into a hotel, be greeted by the owner, made to feel like one of the family, get a great price on a room, and above all stay in an immaculately kept, high class hotel at not a high class price. That is what happened to myself and family when we visited Santorini last summer. We hated where we were and found Akrotiri quiet, near the archeological dig, and friendly. Villa Mathios has two beautiful pools with all the modern amenities. Sometimes it pays to be lucky.

    Villa Mathios

    from

    What a find! Villa Mathios is a fine, affordable, family-run site in Akrotiri (out of the crowds of Fira). Bus service is great. It is quite new, clean, well-kept, pool, fantastic breakfasts (included). Excellent host and staff.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mathios Village Akrotiri

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent