The Best Hotels In Kefalonia Island For Business Travelers, 2020
Highly typified by sandy caves and dry rugged landscapes, Kefalonia is the largest and one of the most astonishing islands in the Ionian Sea. Featuring ‘n’ number of beaches, Kefalonia offers stunning natural landscapes, striking beaches, incredible underground caves, quaint villages, and what not! Its lush green trees and coastal scenery are truly admirable. Kefalonia has hot dry summers and gentle winters but you can gain the most of it during May, June, September, and October when the weather is not very hot and beaches are not very crowded.
The beauty of Kefalonia is simply eye-catching. Its evergreen forests throw a stunning contrast to the wispy radiant Ionic Sea. Wherever you drop your eye, you get the nature at its best. Melissani Cave, situated outside Sami, is simply alluring. There is a lake inside this cave, encircled by trees. The best part comes when the sun is right over the head and the filtered sunlight hits the aqua blue waters gets reflected throughout. The similar tourist spot is Drogarati Cave which exhibits rare ancient beauty. Then there is De Bosset Bridge, constructed in 1813 but still works well.
If you’re a beach lover, Kefalonia is a heaven for you. Enjoy sunbathing at Makris Gialos Beach that boasts of glittering sands and crystal water. If snorkeling is in your bucket list, head towards Antisamos Beach. There are some other like, Lourdas Beach, Emplisi Beach, Skala Beach, etc. which you can try too.
If you’re willing to take a break from the beaches, we have the best option for you. Head towards Ainos National Park (a mind-blowing elevated park with breathtaking views). You can witness wildflowers and get blown by the fragrance of pine trees. You can fulfill your hiking love on its trails. If its Mount Ainos features gigantic peaks with trails and spectacular views, Mount Agia Dynati too is no lesser.
Well, your trip to Kefalonia doesn’t complete if you haven’t tasted its best local wine Robola which is easily available at its wineries. Anyway, now have a look at the luxurious hotels in Kefalonia:-
- Tesoro Blu
Elios Proni 280 86, Greece
Its perfectly set out polished rooms provide you spectacular sea views enough to relax you after your meetings. Your stay at this hotel won’t even give you the urge to visit the city. Also, cloud-like beds are extremely comfortable. This chic hotel also offers its guests spa, pool and dining with lip-smacking food.
- F Zeen Boutique Hotel
Lourdata 281 00, Greece
Its location in itself blows everyone’s mind. Surrounded by lush greenery, this upmarket adult-only hotel features upscale rooms, outdoor pools, whirlpool tubs, along with a boutique, and a fitness center with daily fitness classes. It also provides quick beach access.
- Kefalonia Grand Hotel
Antoni Tritsi 82, Argostoli 281 00, Greece
Its convenient location makes this hotel the prime option to be chosen by the tourists. It’s just a minute away from the shops and restaurants for satisfying your shopping and food hunger and a 2-minute drive from Makris Gialos Beach.
- Odyssey Hotel
Agia Efimia, Kefalonia, Ag. Effimia 280 81, Greece
Its floor-to-ceiling glass doors offer you the astonishing bay views by the balcony. You can simply sit over there with tranquility and adore the beauty of nature. Dine at its roof-top stylish restaurant overlooking the bay. Its TV lounge, a lobby bar, and a snack bar are enough to keep you involving.
- White Rocks Hotel
Platis Gialos Beach, Kefalonia 281 00, Greece
Encircled by lush and tall pine trees, this luxurious hotel has airy and modern rooms with balconies and rainfall showers. Witness the stunning sunset and its great food and friendly staff won’t let you down.
- Regina Dell ‘Acqua Hotel
Skala 280 82, Greece
Around 40 km from Sami ferry terminal and a 15 minutes’ walk from popular Skala Beach, this trivialized hotel has warm rooms which are enough to keep you cozy throughout, an outdoor pool, and a pool bar as well as a gym and entertainment. Sun loungers and umbrellas are also offered on the beach.
- Ionian Emerald Resort Hotel
Karavomilos, Kefalonia 280 80, Greece
Its upmarket, spacious, and clean rooms provide marvelous sea views. You’ll also love its top-notch dining options and an outdoor pool. You can also stroll towards the nearby bars and tavernas for a greater variety. It’s pretty close to the renowned tourist attraction Drogarati cave as well, so just go through it when you get free.
- Leivatho Hotel
Abyss, Metaxaton Community, 281 00, Greece
Offering sea views, this upscale hotel in an extant concrete and glass building features everything to make your stay delightful. This contemporary modern and chic hotel features a posh terrace restaurant, a poolside bar with exquisite drinks, a cafe serving organic snacks, a sauna, and a fitness center.
- Hotel Asteris
4th Km Scala Poros, Skala 280 82, Greece
This seaside lavish hotel is surrounded by hills and its upgraded rooms are modern with the eye-catching interior. It also offers a shuttle service to Skala village. Have a wholesome breakfast at its casual restaurant at the shady terrace. You can also try your hand on billiards at its laid-back lounge.
- Mediterranee Hotel
Lassi, Kefalonia 281 00, Greece
This laid-back hotel features polished rooms, beach access, complimentary and lip-smacking breakfast at its beach restaurant. Do try its drink for an awesome experience. Business travelers find it convenient thanks to its amazing location.
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