Hotel Palladium

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Marmari Pili, 85300, Greece
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Forum Posts

Has Greece got more affordable.

by Brynnwelch

We are holidaying in Kos (Kefalos) during September this year. On other internet posting sites I have read that bars and tavernas are struggling and are thus lowering prices. Last year on Skopelos I paid between 3 and 5 euros for 500ml of Mythos lager, and felt that I was being ripped off every day. What are prices like in Kos this year. Also, is it better to change my GB pounds over there. Thanks in advance for any advice given. Brynn and Pam Welch.

Re: Has Greece got more affordable.

by alison51

Hi There, We travelled to kos in May this year and honestly cant say the prices in the bars were too highly priced. I think its a case of pot luck at the moment, i think they are struggling to compete with all the ai hotels.
We changed some cash here and the rate was 1.11 euros to the pound, over there and in the hotel, we got 1.14.
But saying that my mother went to Rhodes in june and one place were only offering .87 to the pound, NOT GOOD. Alison

Re: Has Greece got more affordable.

by Brynnwelch

Thanks Alison. That is what I hoped that the response may be. Brynn.

Travel Tips for Kos

Tourist Police Office and Town Hall

by sandysmith

The huge white building of the tourist police office and town hall is just on the corner of the road as you enter Kos from around the castle walls. A really grand building and is readily visible as you approach Kos from the sea - as in intro pic. It was built in Venetian style by the italians during the occupation.

World's Best Bakery

by steventilly

This bakery shop is on the main road that runs along the Kos Town harbour/seafront (the street is called Vasileos Georgiou). It's a little further along from the tourist info building and it has THE most wonderful selection of pastries (both savoury and sweet) and cakes. Our favourites were the various cheese "pies" (we'd call them pasties), the spanokopita and cakes such as baklava and Kataifi ("shredded wheat cakes"). Many other cakes & desserts looked absolutely scrumptious but not so suitable for transport to a picnic site!
We ate from here every day after we discovered it and even brought some pasties home to have for tea and lunch the next day.

AGORA - "ANCIENT MARKET"

by balhannah

The Ancient Agora, meaning ‘ancient market’, is an excavation area where a number of temples, baths, and houses with remaining mosaics, columns, and other pieces of construction belonging to several periods have been found.
The columns date around the 4th and the 3rd centuries BC and they were partly restored during the Roman period.
The ancient Market itself, was a market that took advantage of its location next to the harbour, as it was ideal for trading, to the point that Agora used to be centre of Kos. Some of the most recent findings are an 80 metres wide by 300 metres length building, with a large stairway leading to an inner yard. There are also two restored columns that give the idea of a portico.
In addition, the Market has also some ruins of an Aphrodite Shrine, as well as a small temple -seemingly in the honour of Hercules- and a Christian Basilica dating from the 5th century.Some other findings are the mosaic floors, which date from the 3rd century BC and a statue of Hippocrates.

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Amongst Scenic Ruins

by steventilly

I'm amazed that you can just go in and wander around most of the major ruins of Kos Town. The Western Excavations, The Agora, The Odeon, The Temple Of Dionysys - all are free and open. And all are rather scenic too, the Agora in particular because you get views from it to other scenic parts of the city - the Loggia Mosque, Defterdar Mosque and so on.

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