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Welcome to Aegeon Hotel - Ios Greece

Aegeon Hotel enjoys a prime waterfront location in the centre of Mylopotas Beach in Ios. It offers excellent service and authentic quality, perfectly combined with an idyllic setting. The rooms are spacious and feature balconies with view. Each unit is air conditioned and equipped with satellite TV, refrigerator and coffee making facilities.

The complex consists from spacious rooms all in harmony with the natural surrounding. The hotel management and staff are always at your disposal making your stay in the island memorable.

Aegeon Hotel offers transfer service to and from the port and also provides guests with private parking area.

Ios, well known for its nightlife, is a famous tourist destination, attracting visitors with its golden beaches and the characteristic Aegean architecture.

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