Simeon Hotel

Address: Metamorphosi, Sithonia

Phone: (+30)23750 614-74

In our hotel we will welcome you cordially, giving you the choice of 90 comfortable rooms with terraces overlooking green little streets or a luxurious pool with a children's corner in the courtyard of the hotel. Your comfortable and convenient room with an air conditioner and a fridge is well suited for comfortable rest. Here you can take a shower, enjoy satellite TV, call any place of the world and browse through the Internet.

SIMEON Hotel Restaurant will offer an all-you-can-eat buffet with various tasty foods, and the Pool Bar of the hotel will give you a taste of local wines and ouzo, as well as various drinks from worldwide. Don't forget to try the Greeks' favourite drink Frappe, iced coffee whipped with milk and cream.

GREEK EVENING

Every week the guests of SIMEON Hotel are invited to Greek music parties. You will enjoy an unforgettable evening to the sounds of the bouzuka, a national Greek musical instrument. Try Greek cuisine, listen to national songs and watch national dances performed by professional Greek performers. You will also enjoy learning the Sirtaki dance with its unusual pas that excite your spirits.

SIMEON Hotel is located some 80 steps away from the sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea in a picturesque neighbourhood of Metamorfosi, the very heart of Halkidiki Peninsula, which looks like the mythical trident of Poseidon. The paradise-like corner of the Earth washed by the pure waters of the sea boasts high mountains, shadowy pine parks and golden beaches with many centuries of history and modern bustling lifestyle. Aristotle was born here, and Alexander the Great had a special feeling for this place.

According to the mythology, it was that Titans, opponents of Olympian Gods, lived here. One of the peninsula, Agion Oros (Athos) is named after one of the Titans. Sithonia, the middle prong of the trident was named after one of the sons of Poseidon, the God of the Sea. Kassandra, the westernmost prong of Halkidiki, was so called after King Kassandros, the successor to Alexander the Great.

The Holy Mount Athos is one of the holy places not only for Greece but for the whole world, a living monument of Byzantium culture. Athos is a unique monastery state on the eastern prong of the trident.

It is hard to select the words to describe all the shades of the sea, the sky and the flora that you will see here. Amidst Sithonia’s charming nature there are many bustling little villages attractive to many visitors because of the large number of taverns, cafes, bars and dance floors.

Sithonia is known not only for its virgin forests and remarkably clear azure shores, but also for its cosy havens, fishing bays and olive tree groves, where, myths say, Persephone the Mermaid was taken away by Hephaestus on Zeus's golden chariot. Sithonia is like a symphony of light blue and green, giving a gift of seclusion for those who like dreaming in silence.

It is hard to select the words to describe all the shades of the sea, the sky and the flora that you will see here. Amidst Sithonia’s charming nature there are many bustling little villages attractive to many visitors because of the large number of taverns, cafes, bars and dance floors.