Frequently Asked Questions

Find all the answers to your questions about your stay at our boutique hotel. Learn more about our suites, amenities, and leisure activities. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us – we’re happy to assist you anytime!

  1. Where are the Lithorama Boutique Suites located?

    Lithorama Boutique Suites are situated in Skala Potamias, in the picturesque northeastern part of the island of Thasos, Greece.

  2. How can I get to the accommodation?

    To reach our cozy lodging, you’ll first fly into either Thessaloniki or Kavala airports. After that, continue your adventure to Thasos Island by renting a car and taking the ferry. Lithorama is just a short, 20-minute drive from the port.

  3. How many rooms are available?

    We offer five spacious maisonette suites on two floors with an open gallery. Each suite features a comfortable bedroom with natural materials such as natural stones and warm color tones.

  4. Are there accessible guest rooms?

    Yes, the Otto Rehhagel Suite is specifically equipped for guests with limited mobility.

  5. What amenities do the suites offer?

    • Air-conditioned maisonette suites
    • Smart-TV and Safe
    • Rooms with sea view
    • Minibar – Refrigerator
    • Personal safe
    • COCO-MAT mattresses and sofa beds
    • Hair dryer
    • Toiletries
    • Iron and ironing board available upon request
    • Baby crib available upon request
    • Breakfast included
    • Pool use included

  6. What special facilities do you offer?

    • Panoramic swimming pool overlooking the “Golden Beach”
    • Sea View Cocktail Bar with terrace
    • Rich breakfast buffet with regional specialties
    • Free parking spaces
    • Complimentary WiFi

  7. What leisure activities are available nearby?

    Golden Beach: A 2.8 km long natural beach with fine, golden sand and crystal clear waters.
    Ypsarion Berg: Offers unforgettable hiking experiences and spectacular views.

  8. What activities are offered in different seasons?

    Summer: Swimming, snorkeling, and water sports at Golden Beach.
    Spring: Hiking and nature experiences around Ypsarion Mountain.
    Fall: Traditional activities like olive picking and herb hiking tours.

  9. How can I make a reservation?

    You can book your stay directly through our website or contact us by phone or email.

  10. How do I book a room on your website?

    Please select your desired suite and open the booking form. Enter your personal details, desired travel dates, and number of guests. After confirming the privacy policy, your reservation request will be submitted to us. We will promptly follow up with you to confirm all the details.

  11. Is Lithorama a hotel?

    No, Lithorama isn’t a hotel. It’s a charming, family-run retreat with boutique suites in Skala Potamias on the beautiful island of Thasos. You’ll love the cozy and personalized atmosphere we offer.

  12. Are children welcome at Lithorama?

    Yes, children are warmly welcome! We are excited to host guests of all ages. Our comfortable and spacious suites provide plenty of room for families to relax and feel right at home.

  13. Are pets allowed?

    Unfortunately, pets are not permitted in Lithorama. This policy is in place to ensure a comfortable environment for all our guests. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

  14. What precautions should I take during a heatwave on Thasos?

    To ensure a safe and enjoyable trip to Thasos during a heatwave, follow these essential precautions:

    Stay Hydrated
    • Drink water regularly, even if you don’t feel thirsty
    • Aim for at least 2-3 liters per day
    • Carry a reusable water bottle and refill it often
    Dress Appropriately
    • Choose light-colored, loose-fitting, and breathable fabrics
    • Opt for natural materials like cotton or linen
    • Don’t forget a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses
    Protect Your Skin
    • Apply broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen (SPF 30+) every 2 hours
    • Use lip balm with SPF
    • Consider UV-protective clothing for extended sun exposure
    Time Your Activities Wisely
    • Plan outdoor activities for early morning (before 10 AM) or late afternoon (after 6 PM)
    • Avoid strenuous activities during peak heat hours (11 AM – 5 PM)
    Seek Cool Spaces
    • Spend midday hours in air-conditioned areas or natural shade
    • Visit indoor attractions like museums during the hottest part of the day
    Practice Safe Hiking
    • Hike with a companion and inform others of your plans
    • Stick to well-marked trails and carry a map
    • Start early and allow plenty of time to return before dark
    Choose Proper Footwear
    • Wear sturdy, breathable shoes with good traction
    • Break in new shoes before your trip to prevent blisters
    Stay Informed
    • Check local weather forecasts daily
    • Be aware of any heat warnings or advisories
    • Download a reliable weather app for real-time updates
    Be Prepared for Emergencies
    • Save local emergency numbers in your phone
    • Know the location of nearby medical facilities
    • Consider travel insurance that covers heat-related illnesses
    Maintain a Comfortable Body Temperature
    • Take cool showers or baths
    • Use cooling accessories like neck wraps or portable fans
    • Avoid alcohol and excessive caffeine, as they can contribute to dehydration
    Eat Light and Stay Cool
    • Opt for smaller, more frequent meals
    • Choose fresh, hydrating foods like fruits and vegetables
    • Avoid heavy, hot meals that can raise body temperature
    Use Public Transportation Wisely
    • Utilize air-conditioned buses or taxis for longer distances
    • Plan your route to minimize walking in direct sunlight
    Acclimate Gradually
    • Allow your body time to adjust to the heat, especially if you’re from a cooler climate
    • Limit outdoor activities for the first few days of your trip
    Monitor Your Health
    • Be aware of heat-related illness symptoms (dizziness, headache, nausea)
    • Don’t hesitate to seek medical attention if you feel unwell

    By following these guidelines, you can minimize health risks and maximize your enjoyment of Thasos, even during a heatwave. Remember, your safety and comfort should always be the top priority.

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