Kalergis Studios Hotel Naxos

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by Santorini Dave • Updated: April 21, 2021

Essentials
• Location: Agios Giorgios Beach in Naxos Town
• Hotel website: studios-kalergis.com
• Hotel phone: +30 2285 022425
Check prices on Booking.com

Stone path through palm trees and mediterranean plants.

The beautifully-landscaped grounds of Kalergis Studios beachfront hotel in Naxos.

Kalergis Studios is a cozy hotel located at the north end of St. George Beach near Naxos Town.

With a beautiful, tropical-style garden between the hotel and the beach, Kalergis’ 18 studio apartments and all have views of St. George Bay and the Aegean Sea. Their in-house beach bar/cafe serves excellent cocktails and local Greek cuisine. Great location for families: St. George Beach’s clean sand and calm, shallow waters make it ideal for kids, and the shops and restaurants of Naxos Town are only a few blocks away.

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Kalergis Studios – Location

This hotel is located right on Agios Giorgios Beach in the southwest corner of Naxos Town, a short walk from the town’s best restaurants, shopping, culture, and nightlife.

  • Address: Paralía Agios Giorgios
  • How to Get There:
    It is approximately 1 km from the Naxos ferry port, and 2 km from the Naxos Airport to the hotel.

    Kalergis Studios is located on Agios Giorgios Beach in the southwest portion of Naxos Town, an easy and enjoyable 14-minute walk with no luggage, but not recommended with more than a backpack and one wheeled bag.

    There is a direct bus that travels from the port to the Agios Giorgios beach community (route #1). Purchase your ticket and catch the bus at the station located at the end of the long ferry pier – this is the island’s main station and transportation hub; they will have weekly printed schedules to take with you. The trip takes approximately 10 min and costs about €2. Buses run every day, typically departing hourly during summer peak hours; less frequently at night, in early morning, and in winter and shoulder season months. It is a 8-minute walk from the nearest bus station to the hotel.

    Taxis are available from the port or airport, generally lined up after the arrival of every flight or ferry, though there may be a wait to secure one. A taxi from the ferry port to Kalergis Studios will cost roughly €10 and take around 5 minutes. A taxi from the airport will also cost about €10 and take around 5 minutes. Taxis on Naxos are not metered, so be sure to agree on a price with the driver before setting out.

    For those who prefer to drive themselves, we recommend renting a car near the the port, where you’ll have greater choice among vehicles and rental companies than in the beach towns or villages. We strongly recommend reserving a vehicle in advance, especially if you require automatic transmission. We strongly recommend reserving a vehicle in advance, especially if you require automatic transmission.

Kalergis Studios – The Basics

  • Ages: All ages are welcome. Two-bedroom family suites are available and sleep four. High chairs and cribs are available by request.
  • Pet Policy: Pets are not allowed.
  • View: All 18 studio apartments and feature views of St. George Bay and the Aegean Sea.
  • Parking: No on-site parking. Free public parking is available nearby.
  • Nice Perks: Coco-Mat beds, all rooms have well-equipped kitchenettes.
  • Phone: +30 2285 022425
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: studios-kalergis.com
  • When to Book: Athens’ best hotels book out far in advance, especially during high season travel. For best availability and rates, book two to three months ahead.
  • How to Book: Booking.com will have the best rates.

Hotelname – Amenities

  • Pool: No pool.
  • Spa: No spa.
  • Fitness Center: No fitness center.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: None.

Hotelname – Food and Drink

  • Restaurant: The beachfront Vammos Cafe Beach Bar serves cold coffee drinks, snacks, and Greek cuisine.
  • Lounge/Bar: Excellent cocktails are served at Vammos Cafe Beach Bar, with table-side and beach bed service.
  • Breakfast: Not complimentary. An a la carte breakfast menu is offered at Vammos Cafe.
  • Room Service: None.

Hotelname – Rooms

  • Room Types: Studio Room (sleeps 2) • Studio Room (sleeps 3) • 2-Bedroom Family Apartment • List of all rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: None. Kalergis Studios is a non-smoking hotel. Smoking is allowed in outdoor areas only.
  • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms: Ground floor apartments are wheelchair accessible.
  • Best Room: All rooms offer the same amenities and have private balconies or patios with views of St. George Bay and the Aegean Sea. The main difference is how many people the rooms can accommodate: 2, 3, or 4.

Kalergis Studios – What’s Nearby?

Nearby Restaurants

  • Nissaki Restaurant Since 1971: Elegant beachfront dining, specializing in seafood and with a wide wine list. Located in Nissaki Hotel; reservations recommended. 3-minute walk
  • To Elliniko: Family-owned, traditional Greek taverna with cozy indoor or open-air seating. Reservations recommended for dinner. 5-minute walk
  • Nostimon Hellas: Modern kitchen serving updated Greek favorites, and creative Mediterranean dishes. Dinner only, reservations recommended. 5-minute walk
  • Barozzi Restaurant & Cocktail Bar: Superb fine dining meets fine art in a creative restaurant and gallery set in a renovated 1930s mansion. Open for lunch, dinner, and late-night cocktails. 5-minute walk
  • To Souvlaki tou Maki: Tiny grill house serving the best souvlaki and gyros in Naxos. Open noon to midnight, and later in the height of summer. 7-minute walk
  • Typografio: Picturesque restaurant set in a former newspaper press at the base of Naxos castle, serving a modern twist on classic Greek cuisine. 9-minute walk
  • Boulamatsis: The best sunset, sea view restaurant in Naxos, serving traditional Greek dishes using local ingredients. Reservations recommended for dinner. 10-minute walk
  • Lithos: Elegant Mediterranean restaurant hidden in Chora with snug little tables placed on the cobblestone stairway leading up to the castle ruins. Reservations essential. 11-minute walk
  • Doukato: Romantic Greek restaurant set in the courtyard of an old monastery under a large tree, surrounded by flowers and climbing vines. 12-minute walk

Nearby Bars and Breweries

  • Swing Cocktail Bar: Molecular mixology and classic cocktails in a trendy, bustling atmosphere. 6-minute walk
  • 520 Cocktail Bar Restaurant: Chic bar and restaurant with a stellar sunset sea view and a heavy focus on Greek products. 8-minute walk
  • Like Home: The best bar in Naxos, offering expertly crafted cocktails and spectacular direct sunset views over the port and toward Apollo Temple. 10-minute walk
  • The Rum Bar: Awesome little bar near the port, specializing in rum, with sunset views over the Aegean and toward Apollo Temple. 10-minute walk
  • Oniro Wine Bar Restaurant: Offers an extensive selection of Greek and international bottled wines, a few excellent by-the-glass wines, and wonderful house wine, as well as a perfect perch for sunset views from their two rooftop terraces. 10-minute walk
  • Naxos Café: Cozy and charming, this candle and lantern-lit bar serves wonderful local spirits, Greek wines, classic cocktails, and light bites. Eclectic music, with sets by guest DJs and live Greek bands usually beginning at 10:00 p.m. 13-minute walk

Nearby Market or Grocery

  • Super Market Dimitris: Small, locally-owned grocery, good for drinks and snacks. 4-minute walk
  • Spar Koutelieris: Large, newish supermarket with low prices and a great variety of produce, grocery, dairy, meat, and household products. 9-minute walk

Nearby Attractions

  • Agios Giorgios Beach: Family-friendly Blue Flag beach with gold and white sand and shallow, calm water; lined with casual restaurants, beach clubs, and shops, with a water sports center at the south end. 1-minute walk
  • Cine Naxos: Wonderful open-air movie theater, showing current movies (in English with Greek subtitles) nightly under the stars. 8-minute walk
  • Naxos Town Old Market: A jumble of narrow, cobblestone paths and stairways passing through archways and little tunnels all around the Naxos Castle, chock-full of boutiques, galleries, tavernas, and bars – many with sunset views. 10-minute walk
  • Naxos Castle: Medieval Venetian fortification built over the ruins of an ancient acropolis. 13-minute walk
  • Archaeological Museum of Naxos: Interesting collection of art and everyday artifacts dating from the Late Neolithic period to the Early Christian era (5300 BC – 5th c. AD). 13-minute walk
  • Apollo Temple Portara: Picturesque Ionian-style temple ruins set atop an islet near Naxos port and dating back to the 6th century B.C.; excellent sunset viewing spot. 17-minute walk

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