Kos town, Kos island - Greece 85300, T.:+30 22420 22855 F.:+30 22420 22856

Welcome to Kosta Palace on Kos island!

Kosta Palace Hotel in the center of Kos Town is next to the town's harbour where the 13th century castle towers over the many traditional fishing boats anchored there. Kosta Palace is a first class hotel erected in 2001. The 165 twin rooms and Family room / two room apartments of the hotel are equipped with air-conditioning, a kitchenette, an oven and a television. Kosta Palace’s ideal location and luxurious construction constitute it as one of the best resorts in the city center of Kos, making it the first choice for both professional and leisure visitors.

The exquisite view of Kos' harbor and its medieval castle can be enjoyed alternatively from the balcony of the visitor's room, the terrace-lounge of the hotel and the roof-garden. Kosta Palace offers access to satellite television programs and free wi-fi internet.

Kosta Palace's location offers ease of access to any part of Kos city center where the visitor can go sightseeing, dine in some of the island's best restaurants and tavernas and party in the town's night-clubs and bars. Kosta Palace is the ideal hotel whichever the purpose of your visit to the beautiful island of Kos. We welcome you and wish you a pleasant stay!

Great location in the center of Kos town with a view of the perfect sunset. We loved it and we will definitely return! - Geoffrey F.

Roof Garden

Rooms at Kosta Palace Hotel in Kos

The roof-garden of Costa Palace has a regular and a children's swimming pool. Visitors are welcome to drink their coffee, cold beverage or alcoholic drink while listening to fine-selected music and enjoying the unique view of Kos' harbour and its medieval castle.
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Kos Town

Kos Greece

The town of Kos is the island's capital. Located on the northeast part of the island at an evergreen location in the heart of an open gulf. The area was fisrst inhabited during the early ancient Greek era while the discovered ruins of the ancient city of Kos date back to the 4th century BC.
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