Mare Nostrum Thalasso Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMare Nostrum Thalasso Hotel Vravrona
The hotel is a bit old but it is clean. It is away from Athens, and 10-15minutes away from the Airport. It looks like it is located in a secluded area but overlooking the sea. They have a car service for free to/from the airport but operates only on certain time of the day (not 24 hours). If flight is very early in the morning (like before 7am), book for a taxi to the airport ahead of time. It costs 40Euro!!!
The hotel has a restaurant that serves buffet for 18Euro and a bar that serves drinks and sandwiches. It has also a swimming pool and access to the beach.
Overall, the hotel is good for an overnight stay while waiting for your next flight.
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Breakfasts and Dinners
Impressed with the taste and quality of the rich authentic Greek buffet which was different every night, it was ample and dishes were continuously replenished.
The presentation was also eye catching depending on the …
THE SPA INTERIOR
The Highlight of the hotel. It exceeded by far my expectations. Its interior enjoys French standards and I urge everyone to visit it even for once, or better arrange that this is included with the stay upon booking if possible. There is no way to let you down.
Unbeatable Thalasso SPA, Delicious Greek Food, Serene Location.
This is my first stay here and honestly wished I could extend it for a few more days if I could. The hotel is huge and it stands out from a distance. Upon entering the remarkable stone construction main entrance there is no doubt …
... both day and night, when it is lit up.
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