Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Kos, Greece

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Hotels in Kos

Leonidas Hotel & Studios

Free Breakfast
"…You can enjoy the Greek sun in our wonderful swimming pool and have a drink or a snack in our snack bar. All Rooms are comfortable and nicely equipped make them ideal for enjoyable and relaxing … More

Nissia Kamares

Free Breakfast
"…Just three minutes’ walk from the golden beaches and the resort centre is ideally situated for the guest who wishes privacy yet vicinity to the action. Nissia Kamares has always been a favorite … More

Alexandra Hotel

Free Breakfast
"…It has a congress room with 140 people capacity, pool, spa, saunas, fully equipped gym, three modern lifts, comfortable and luxury bar, and an impressive reception.Relax in our tastefully … More

Kos Bay Hotel

Free Breakfast
"…Services and amenities available for guests at this Kos Island accommodation consist of a 24-hour reception, rent-able safe deposit boxes, bicycle/motorbike or car rental, 2 lifts, nearby … More

Triton Hotel

Free Breakfast
"…Free parking is available near the hotel. Please note, we have a 21 day Cancellation Policy. A pre-payment is also required. In case of cancellations with lesser notice or no-show, 100% of the … More
"…While away the time in the leisurely hotel bar. Our hotel has a leisurely pub. We know how hard it is to start the day on an empty stomach, so be sure to make use of our daily breakfast service … More

Apartments in Kos

"…, refrigerators, coffee-makers, kitchenettes, private bathrooms and private furnished balconies with city views. Due to its position, it provides easy access to the port ,the ferry terminal, … More

Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Kos, Greece

There are no hostels in Kos listed. We list for you other cheap places to stay in Kos, Greece.

Get to know Kos (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Kos.

Guess what? Kos is also named and spelled Cos - It is the same destination. Goodbye confusion.

With a rich history, beautiful beaches, and a thrilling nightlife, the Greek town of Kos has become a popular destination for tourists looking to experience more than just a sun and sand vacation on the Aegean Sea.

The home of Hippocrates, Kos provides a wide variety of opportunities for people looking to expand their knowledge of this unique location. Ancient ruins, castles, and historic sites are plentiful in this area – including the ruins of Asklepieion, where Hippocrates studied medicine under the tutelage of Herodicus.

There are tons of hotels and hostels for travelers to choose from when planning a trip to Kos – it just depends what you’re looking for. Many tourists choose to stay at a hostel or vacation rental within the town of Kos, venturing out during the day to check out the beachfront resorts or in the evening to visit some of the town’s exciting nightclubs and fantastic restaurants. Although Kos is a popular tourist destination, there are many more secluded areas where visitors can unwind and enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere.

The nightlife in Kos is a major draw for many tourists from the United Kingdom, and the culinary offerings from the town’s restaurants and taverns make these destinations appealing to all travelers. Fresh seafood is a popular fare, but visitors can sample traditional recipes and Greek foods by venturing up and down the city’s main street – where a wide variety of dining options are available.

Ferries are readily available during the summer season in Kos, and there is also daily flight service between Kos and Athens. For backpackers or adventurous travelers who are hopping to experience hostels and hotels at some of Greece’s other destinations, there are tours and “island hopping” passes to get you from place to place. Visitors can also take advantage of car rentals to take themselves on a self-drive tour of the island.

Written by local enthusiast for Kos hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Kos hostels Jakob Lombardi

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