Dionysos hotel is located in the peninsula of Kassandra, in Hanioti, Chalkidiki.
Just 150m from the beach and 250m from the center offers the possibility of a quiet stay and at the same time easy access to the shops as well as the nightlife of Haniotis.
The architecture of the complex with its spacious and refurbished rooms, the pool area and the pool bar, the wonderful buffet breakfast promises an unforgettable stay. But what will make you want to relive it is the high quality of service provided by hotel staff.
FAX & Copy Services
Wake up Service
Wi-Fi Free (Throughout the hotel)
Children's Seats (in the restaurant area)
Baby Cot (Free, upon request)
Airport transfers (upon request)
Car / bicycle rentals (upon request)
Laundry service (chargeable)
Credit Card Accepted
Halkidiki - You've been here in your dreams!
They say that nowhere in Greece can boast beaches like those of Halkidiki.
The region has the perfect combination of that distinctive Greek light, unspoiled landscapes, colours and fragrances. And the glorious natural setting is complemented by the rich culinary fare of the region and the living religious traditions of its people, manifested in a host of feast days and other ceremonies and rituals.
This is a place where all your senses will come to life, whether on the endless expanses of sand of the fashionable, cosmopolitan beaches, or in the intimacy of the many secluded bays and coves. The scent of the pine trees and the salt brine of the sea combine to relax the body and spirit, leaving you at peace to enjoy the grandeur of the region's famed sunrises and sunsets.
It is said that the great philosopher Aristotle loved the honey of Halkidiki, and you too will love the land and the rich produce of its gardens and orchards. The region is formed of three peninsulas or ‘feet’, each with its own unique charm, history and magic. There is Kassandra, or Pallini, scene of the Battle of the Giants in ancient mythology; Sithonia, a magical place of green forest and blue sea; and Mt. Athos, the world's only monastic state, home to twenty historic monasteries.
Probably built on the site of the ancient city of Aiyi (or Aiyai), in the summer months Hanioti is a lively resort with contemporary hotels, rented rooms, restaurants and pizza parlours, ouzo bars, beach bars, shops selling jewelry and folk art, discos, patisseries, etc.
From Hanioti you can take a road to Nea Skioni and Agia Paraskevi.
Halkidiki can boast an amazing 550km of coastline, featuring a thousand different beaches, some rocky and imposing, others offering an endless expanse of golden sand.
Some busy and fashionable, others no more than deserted coves among the rocks, but all of them blessed with crystal clear waters reflecting the deep green of the pine forest. The Blue Flags that Halkidiki is awarded each year are richly deserved.
Thanks to initiatives by its hotels and local communities, Halkidiki has now developed a host of alternative forms of tourism, including sea sports, golf, mountain-biking, horse-riding, bird-watching, spas, hiking, agro-tourism, faith tourism and sports.
There is a truly unlimited choice of activities for those who love to keep busy.
Greece is famous for its 24-hour entertainment, its clubs, restaurants and bars buzzing with life well into the small hours of the morning.
For those seeking fun and entertainment throughout the day and night, Halkidiki has plenty to offer: morning coffee in a traditional kafeneion, cocktails at the beach bar till the sun goes down, dinner in a traditional taverna or classy restaurant, drinks in one of the innumerable bars, and then a long evening listening to Latin jazz or reggae.