Valis Resort 5 Stars Hotel

Host successfully your conferences, seminars, company presentations, conferences, product exhibitions and your social events and enjoy a 5-star experience!

Featuring a wellness centre and both an indoor and outdoor pool, Valis Resort Hotel is located 4 km from Volos Town. It offers elegant rooms and suites most with Pagasetic Gulf views, and theme restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas and free, on-site parking is possible. The Vali Spa offers therapies based on old Thailand practices. Meetings, conferences and events can be hosted and organized on site. Greek breakfast is served daily in the dining area. Guests are offered with numerous food and beverage options. They can try the local tsipouro drink at the hotel’s traditional ‘tsipouradiko’, taste Mediterranean cuisine at the Agraia restaurant or sample Greek dishes at the hotel’s Greek tavern. Cocktails, beverages and cold coffees can be also be enjoyed at the pool bar.

Valis Resort meeting/banquet facilities:

  • Five conference rooms with facilities for up to 1200 people
  • Wi-Fi access & internet Hot spot
  • Fax/photocopying
  • Meeting Facilities
  • A/V equipment

Right in the center of Greece, a few kilometers from the port of Volos and near the airport N. Achialos the Valis Conference Center is the ideal choice for organizing Greek and international conferences, seminars, corporate and product exhibitions, business and private events.

The hotel's conference and banqueting facilities are ideal for those who want to combine fun and relaxation of a resort with creative, organized conferences.

Volos is a coastal port city in Thessaly situated midway on the Greek mainland, about 330 kilometres north of Athens and 220 kilometres south of Thessaloniki. It is the sixth most populous city of Greece. It is the capital of the Magnesia regional unit of Thessaly Region. Volos is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Greece as well as one of the country's most prominent ports. The modern-day city, built near the site of ancient Iolcos, dominates the region of Magnesia from its position at the foot of Mount Pelion overlooking the Pagasetic Gulf.

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