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Grand Resort Lagonissi

At a Glance

    Pros

  • incredible sea views
  • excellent spa
  • lively nightlife
  • gourmet dining
  • good for romantic getaways

    Cons

  • prices are not only expensive but often overpriced
  • far from Athens sightseeing and airport
  • slow room service
  • generally, guest reports on service are mixed

Grand Resort Lagonissi Review

With its own beaches, nine restaurants (ranging from Greek to Lebanese to Polynesian), three bars, two nightclubs, an open-air cinema and a sports center, there is little need to stray from these hotel grounds—especially if you're staying in the €33,000/night Royal Villa (replete with its own pools, gym, and private grounds); where ever you look the emphasis here is on luxury and red-carpet treatment at this idyllic 72-acre peninsula with numerous sandy coves. Staffers don't blink an eye at requests, be they for a particular type of pillow, a favorite movie DVD, or the use of the helipad. The decor in the main hotel and the bungalows range from corporate browns and blacks to romantic blues and nautical sea stripes, although some bungalows might need a breath of fresh decor soon. Some of the more upmarket bungalows have their own gym, some suites have their private pool, and some even come with their own butler. It's the only way, darling.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 40-km (24-mi) point on Athens–Sounio Rd., Lagonissi, Vouliagmeni, 19010
  • Phone: 22910/76010
  • Website:
  • Location: Vouliagmeni

    Hotel Details

  • 267 rooms, 75 bungalows, 49 suites, 46 villas.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-17-2011

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