Oskars Studios and Apartments
Oskars Studios & Apartments are located in a beautiful garden, 70 meters from Oskars,restaurant in the romantic and scenic Fanari route in Lassi Argostoli. All rooms offer fantastic view over the Sea and the area of Palliki and Lassi coastline.
The location is such that it offers visitors quick and easy access to the commercial center of Argostoli, but in also some of the most famous, beautiful and cosmopolitanbeaches of Kefalonia, Makris Gialos and Platis Gialos. It is also nearby some of the most picturesque beaches of Lassi.
It is a complex of 18 apartments and studios fully equipped that can accommodate from 2 to 5 people. All rooms have double glazing, balconies, W / C, A / C, TV, wireless internet,fully equipped kitchen with stove and refrigerator. In the public areas of the complex you will find a playground for younger guests and a private parking in a beautiful garden full of flowers, lemon, orange, mandarin, apple, pear, peach, banana trees and many others.
In the bar of the complex you can enjoy your drinks, ice creams and various snacks, while in the famous Oskars restaurant you will be thrilled with the wonderful menu.
Facility Amenities & Sevices
- Conference center
- Wedding hall
- Social events hall
- Airport / Port Transfer service
- Facilities for persons with special needs
- Wireless broadband internet access
Room Amenities & Sevices
- Coffee Facilities
- Daily maid
- Wake-up Call
- Hair dryer
- Iron & Ironing board
- Safety Deposit Box
- Wireless Broadband Internet Access
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