Hotel Prices in Greece
Hotel prices in Greece can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the time of year, the location of the hotel, and the type of room you choose. In general, however, you can expect to pay more for a hotel room in Greece during the peak tourist season (usually from June to August) than you would during the off-season.
During peak season, prices for a basic hotel room in Greece can start around 50-80 EUR per night, while a more upscale hotel room can cost around 100-200 EUR per night or more. During the off-season, however, prices can drop by as much as 30-50%.
Just like in Athens, location also plays an important role in pricing, hotels located in more popular destinations, such as Santorini, Mykonos or Crete will tend to be more expensive.
As a rough guide, a budget to mid-range price for a double room in Greece, would be around 60-150 EUR per night during the off-season and around 80-200 EUR per night in peak season.
It's also important to note that prices can vary depending on the specific hotel, and many hotels in Greece offer discounts and special deals depending on the time of year and how early you book. It's always a good idea to check online booking sites or directly contact the hotels for the latest prices and deals.
Also, it worths noting that islands, especially popular ones such as Santorini, Mykonos or Crete have higher prices overall. Keep in mind that prices in those islands can be double or triple the prices in Athens or other destinations in mainland Greece.