3 stars Achtis Boutique Hotel

A family run hotel with a huge pool and an amazing garden – a small tropical oasis in the middle of Halkidiki. The warmth and hospitality of its owners, Magda and Achilles, immediately makes you feel at home.

  • Achtis Boutique Hotel
  • Achtis Boutique Hotel
  • Achtis Boutique Hotel

… There is little doubt why this hotel has so many loyal clients.

The space is dominated by stone and traditional materials and you will soon notice the distinctive design and the focus on quality.

All the family will end up spending most of the time in the huge pool area. It is a lovely extension of the tropical garden which we are sure the children will love.

Breakfast is served by the pool and has an excellent variety to choose from including fried eggs, sausages, bacon, cereals, meats, cheeses, bread, spreads, juices, tea & coffee.

Families should know

  • We recommend  you rent a car as the beach is a fair distance from the hotel
  • The scenery around Afitos – the village next to the hotel – is quite bland

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Kids will love

  • Playing hide & seek with the peacocks
  • Feeding the fish in the pond
  • Fresh bread with delicious jam for breakfast

Parents will love

  • The high standards of the hotel
  • One of Helena’s afternoon cocktails by the pool
  • The variety of the breakfast

Best season to visit

  • Open during Spring Spring
  • Open during Summer Summer
  • Open during Autumn Autumn
  • Closed during Winter Winter
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Mid range pricing

Contact information


Afitos, 63077 Kassandra, Halkidiki

Additional facilities

  • Gym
  • Large screen TV
  • The hotel organizes BBQ and Greek nights – usually on Wednesdays – as well as quiz nights
  • Lunch and dinner options are available
  • Free transfer from the airport if you have a minimum stay of 7 days


  • Parking
  • Non-smoking area
  • Umbrellas

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Other parents say...

  • Magda, Achilles and the rest of the staff are a great example of Greek hospitality. Nothing is too much trouble and they genuinely want to know if there is something not quite right.

    Anna A.
  • The place is amazing. It reminded us of Bali so much – especially the garden – that we decided to name it the “Bali of Greece”.

    Leonidas P.