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Alesahne Beach Hotel

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Fabulous hotel, very clean, great breakfast and amazing staff, especially the receptionist who was so friendly and helpful!! Lovely pools at back and front of the hotel. Perfect location as well, would definitely book here again. 100% would recommend 👍

My friend and I each booked a single room, and stayed for three nights. We found our rooms large enough, quiet enough, and quite honestly, adorable enough, for our needs. Our rooms had a nice patio that overlooked a neighboring hotel's pool. Our rooms each had plenty of outlets for charging devices, the beds were firm but not rock hard, the a/c worked nicely, the hair dryer was good (look in the closet drawer) and the closet space was decent. The wifi signal was strong, no complaints there. The shower is the standard mediterranean shower where you'll end up soaking the floor, but I'm used to that by now. I sleep with earplugs by default, because I'm such a light sleeper, but I honestly didn't hear any noise. Granted, we were there in early October, so it's possible the party people who like to visit Santorini were already gone, but for us, no complaints. The staff was incredibly nice and helped us arrange a car service to get to the airport. We booked two tours for the island, a sailing tour and an island coach tour, and both picked us up right around the corner from the hotel. The hotel is located on a pedestrian only beach strip, so you'll meet taxis and tour guides around the corner. The beach is literally out front of the hotel. The hotel had it's own beach chairs and umbrellas (they're lovely). The hotel breakfast is actually quite hearty, I enjoyed it, no complaints at all. Various egg dishes, different breads and pastries, juices, coffee, fresh fruits, sliced meats and cheese. Worked just fine for our needs. We didn't eat dinner here, we were always out wandering the island, so I cannot speak for the dinner. But! The pedestrian strip has MANY MANY restaurants so you'll have no problems finding something that suits your needs. There is a small grocery store a few minutes walk away that has everything from snacks to tampons to batteries to you name it, so you can stock up on items you need easily. The beach out front is the black stone rocky beach, it's actually a bit dangerous because there's a very slick rock slab that extends far out, you have to be careful entering the water. If that's not your speed, the black sand area instead of the black rock area is on the other side of the mountain you'll see on your right. There's a little 'fun train' that will take you from Kamari to Perissa so you can get there pretty easily if you want to. Thira/Fira is not far at all, there is a public bus that goes to Thira and from there ,you can get a bus to Oia or other parts of the island. Give yourself A LOT OF TIME if you are on Santorini in high season and you need to get to/from the port. It takes a long time, the switchback road to the port *will* get traffic jammed. You also need to book taxis to get around the island ahead of time, due to massive traffic needs, you need to plan a bit ahead if you're not renting a car. If you do rent a car, talk to the hotel about where you'd park, as again, the hotel faces a pedestrian zone and I didn't see a parking lot right there. Again, the staff was very helpful. The public areas were clean, nice, the pool is well kept. I do recommend this hotel, it was a lovely stay and fit all of our needs nicely.

A lovely Hotel in ideal location, situated right on the beach where the hotel have own beds and provide towels. Only down side of that beware very slippery rocks to get into the sea, The room was very comfortable, and clean only downside the bathroom with a very small shower and a little out dated. The staff very friendly and helpful, breakfast adequate if a little repetitive but in lovely setting next to the pool looking out to sea. Many restaurants all near by. Had a very pleasant stay and would recommend.

This is really a great hotel with a good location and everything is nice and clean. Our room had a balcony with a View to Mount Mesa Vouno. The size of the room is okay and the bed is good. On the other hand, the bathroom is very small, but you get used to it. In the morning, a fine breakfast is served at the hotel's terrace overlooking the sea. When you wanna go swimming in the sea you have to be aware that the stones are very slippery, but if you walk 200m down the beach where it ends the beach is just perfect. The friendly staff make sure everything is in order all the time. If you need peace and quiet you should choose the small pool that is behind the hotel. Here you can lie in the sun or in the shade and enjoy the silence. The hotel is located at the seafront where all the shops and restaurants are. But we preferred to visit the restaurants located away from the seafront and all the noise there is there. All in all a really good hotel in Kamari.

The travel agent picked a good hotel here in Kamari, right across from the beach and a long row of good restaurants and shops. Breakfast room over looked the pool on the ground floor, which looked out at the sea. You are about 20 minute bus ride (1.8 euros) into Fira, a must see. Room was ok, we had a sitting room but air conditioning only in sleep room. Bathroom very small and had a bad smell when floor got wet, which was always, given the hand-held shower in the 24 inch square shower stall with a curtain about four inches off the floor. This made for an interesting adventure with every shower. Front desk staff very pleasant and helpful with excursions and other information. The front boardwalk outside of the hotel was busy with tourists and was a great walk in the evening. The room had a small balcony that looked over the back garden.

The hotel is pretty good with an excellent location .However at the time we were there English guests seemed to be subject to over booking. We were a party of 3 couples and during our transfer to the hotel we discovered another couple on the bus had been to a hotel in the middle of no where because the hotel had over booked .on our arrival at the hotel we gave all our passports over and then we were given a run down of hotels amenities and what the island had to offer ........we were then told there was a problem and that we would have to spend a night in a different hotel , 2 couples were in the chrspet apartments next door ...we had tatty dark room. 1 couple had the night in a very upmarket hotel , however it some distance from us We finally got into our correct rooms the following day, one couple had to wait until after lunch , they then had a room with no working air con , this took a couple of days to be resolved ( it had to be left on 24/7 otherwise it wouldn't work at all ) during this the repair man must have disturbed an ants nest as they were then infested with them .Their room was sprayed and they were left with the can to respray any new day the receptionist casually mentioned she had gone in their room to borrow it as she had seen a bug in reception...rather worrying that any member of staff can go in and out of your room at will Bearing in mind we were only there for one week , this did impact on our holiday and there was no offer of compensation or a good will gesture , not even an offer of a drink During the course of the week we spoke to 2 other couples who had the same problem with over booking .one of the couples had said it was only happening to the UK guests I am assuming they knew of others it had happened to, they were at the end of their holiday

I booked The Alesahne Beach Hotel in October 2016 for our holiday to Kamari in Septemer 2017. I booked the hotel through the website I paid the complete amount there and then and received an email saying that my booking was guaranteed and all paid for. We were excited to arrive at reception only to be told to take a seat. I did think this was strange. The receptionist then came over to us and claimed that the hotel had not received any notification of our booking from Well, needless to say, we were shocked and became very stressed. I phoned and spent two hours on the phone whilst in reception, and an hour on the phone later in the evening. In total, I spent three hours on the phone to at my own expense. I was promised call backs but they never happened. It was very, very stressful indeed. assured me that they had received confirmation from the hotel but the hotel was having none of it and said we could not stay there, and that they were full, even though we saw people checking in and even after that day. We were offered rooms in a completely different area of Santorini by which is not what we wanted at all so we refused. The hotel only offered us two nights at the hotel next door and after that they were not even sure where they were going to put us. We had no choice but to accept. The receptionist had to find us on the beach one morning to tell us that we were moving again to the hotel next door to the second hotel. I had to live out of a suitcase for two nights. Funnily enough, when I arrived home, I found an email from Marisa at Alesahne Beach Hotel in my junk mail folder advising us of our arrival the next day. She sent the email on the 8th of September and we arrived on the 9th. Now I know for certain that the hotel was fully aware of our booking and blatantly lied to our faces saying they had no record of our booking. Avoid this hotel like the plague. The hotel is a fake facade for the unlucky, like us.

It was nice to end our Cycladic islantour here at the Alesahne beach hotel. Breakfast was good. Room was a bit dirty. But location with the 2 swimmingpools were nice. They have restaurant to, but we didnt go there. Our last night we couldnt sleep to well because of noise from the television of the neigbours (24u30)

Just returned from the best holiday ever! Hotel was beautifully clean with wonderful staff, although rooms could do with a little TLC. Santorini is one of the most scenic islands in the Aegean and the catamaran cruise around the island is highly recommended. Only downside was the horrendous departure from the airport in Kamari. Definitely not for the faint hearted! Total unorganised chaos!

We booked trough Apollo. Staff is kind and serviceminded. The room was just as expected and clean. Breakfast was good but littlebit boring. All in all a good hotel and we could stay here next time as well.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Alesahne Beach Hotel places you next to Kamari Beach and within a mile (2 km) of Wine Museum. This 28-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a restaurant, and free in-room WiFi. It's on the beach and also near Art Space Santorini and Ancient Thira.


Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


All of Alesahne Beach Hotel's 28 air-conditioned rooms provide furnished balconies or patios, refrigerators, and free minibar items. 22-inch TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding. Coffee makers, free local calls, and free bottled water are also standard.

Property features

Alesahne Beach Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool. There's free offsite parking, as well as an airport shuttle for a fee (available on request). Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

67.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 210 reviews