Hotel Olympic Ioannina

2, Melanidis Street, Ioannina, 45332, Greece

1 Review

Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families50
  • Couples83
  • Solo100
  • Business62
  • jmjyiannis's Profile Photo

    Ecxellent for shopping or business


    It is located in the city center. You don't need and vehicle. You don't need to walk for hours. You are IN the shopping center of the city and you can reach everything in seconds (ecxept MOLOS - which is the small port of the lake)!

    Unique Quality: proffesional staff (it has recognition "ALPHA GUIDE 2011" for hospitality services), with years of hospitality experience and with high class accomodation.

    Directions: Behind the main building of the Perfecture of Epirus

More about Ioannina



Fetih mosqueFetih mosque

two tasty mpugatsatwo tasty mpugatsa

DODONI's ancient theatreDODONI's ancient theatre

Forum Posts

Corfu to Lefkada?

by brukusmarukus

Is it possible to travel from Corfu to Lefkada or Kefalonia by ferry, or do you have to go via Igomenitsa or Patras (which is 8 hours.)?? I will only be in the Ionianns from th28th of Aug to the 31st. With such little time, do you have any suggestions of must-see places? I'm mostly intersted in snorkeling, beautiful beaches that aren't heavily populated with tourists, and traditional Island life. Are the sea caves as amazing as the pictures look? Thanks!

Re: Corfu to Lefkada?

by zeus6020

There are no direct connections from Corfu to Kefalonia. From Igoumentsa by buss to Preveza. New Buss to Lefkada, which has been shot by an earth quake last week and the hotels are very cheap.
Then there is a connection from the south tip of Lefkada with Ithaki by ferry and then new ferry to Kefalonia. Another alternative is to go to Astakos by buss from p.ex. Agrinio and then by ferry to Kefalonia. I must admit that it is not an easy trip if you must do it by buss.

Travel Tips for Ioannina


by Georgio

visit DODONA ORACLE AND THEATRE. Just 10 minutes by car from city center, this once most famous oracle of the entire ancient Greek world was hiden in obscurity until about some 100 years ago it was discovered and unearthened by a Greek archaeologist... Go to the place and feel why the ancient Greeks have chosen this spot as the place that Zeus father of all gods and humans would deliver his omens to the mortals!... Imagine that in ancient times the place and the gray, dark and silent mountains that surround the place giving to it an out of this world serenity was once covered by dense and thick forests of giant oak trees... As the unnoticed wind was mysterious weaving the leaves of the trees, the wise-men revealed Zeus wills through the 'mysterious whispers' of the trees... In the summer performances of ancient greek theater often take place. Due to repair works are now constructing a new 'theatre' of metal in a field next to the ancient theatre, in order to temporarily host the performances of the summer... I can't tell of the performance's quality but I am afraid that the modern aside the ancient theater wont fit my.. artistic and cultural sense! :)

The archaeological site of...

by harido

The archaeological site of Dodoni lies 22 kilometers southeast of Ioannina. One of the most important and the OLDEST in Greece, it was settled by the first Greek tribes around 2500 B.C as indicated by finds dating to the Bronze Age (Early Helladic period). With the rise of the Molossian KING PYRROS, the temple to Zeus was built and a gigantic theatre, larger than the one at Epidaurus, was erected. (17.000 seats).

Today, the ancient theatre at Dodoni is used once again for DRAMA performances in summer, and the site is open to the public every day.

The visitor must visit the...

by mardaska

The visitor must visit the castle, the lake with its picturesque island, the Byzantine Museum, the Cave at Perama, the Wax Museum of Vrellis, and the ancient theatre of Dodoni, which is dated from the 3rd century BC and where performances of ancient Greek tragedy take place every summer.

The Synagogue

by mikey_e

The Synagogue is hardly a tourist site: it is closed to the public and pretty much the only thing you can see is its gates. Nevertheless, it is interesting to see the aspects of the three confessional communities that once lived together somewhat peacefully in Ioannina.

Naos Agiou Nikolaou

by mikey_e

The Church of Saint Nicholas is on the way between the lakefront and the Old Bazaar or new part of the town. Its nothing all that big or spectacular, but given that there are no churches inside the Kastro, it is the closest one that you can find to the oldest part of town.


Popular Hotels in Ioannina

Hotel Kastro

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars 1 Review

57, Paleologou A. Str., Kastro, Ioannina

Show Prices

Hotel du Lac & Congress Center

3 Reviews

Akti Miaouli & Ikkou str, Ioannina

Show Prices


1 Review

Katsimitrou 57, Perama, Ioánnina, Epirus, 45500, Greece

Show Prices

Epirus Lx Palace

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

7 Km from the Hwy Ioannina

Show Prices

View all Ioannina hotels

View all Ioannina hotels

Latest Ioannina hotel reviews

Hotel Kastro
36 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 15, 2014
Byzantio Hotel
10 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Palladion Hotel
11 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 11, 2013
Epirus Lx Palace
80 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Politeia Hotel
1 Review & Opinion
40 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 22, 2014
Hotel du Lac & Congress Center
63 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 24, 2014

 Hotel Olympic Ioannina

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Olympic Ioannina Hotel

Address: 2, Melanidis Street, Ioannina, 45332, Greece