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Where to stay in Nafplio?

Please let me know any suggestions on a good place to stay in Nafplio.

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186 posts

The Aetoma Hotel is a very lovely small hotel in a perfect location in Naplio. We enjoyed our 3 night stay last May and would stay again in a heartbeat. The care, kindness, and hospitality received was beyond excellent! Check it out.

Posted by
2865 posts

We, also, stayed at the Aetoma Hotel; and I concur with everything Carol said. I believe the same people own the well-rated Pension Mariana; however, in my opinion, it's better to be located down in town than up on a hillside.

Posted by
4212 posts

We spent four nights in the Amphitryon Hotel, just west of the old town overlooking the bay, and liked it. A short walk in one direction to the pedestrian streets and squares with eating, shopping, and people-watching. A short walk the other way to the beginning of the long path around the peninsula to the beaches on the south side. The room was comfortable and breakfast excellent. Except for the breakfast, the restaurant and bar weren't open in late October, but alternatives were nearby.

Posted by
2416 posts

To enable us to give the best & most suitable advice, you cannot be quite so terse; why not share what your exact dates are, and your preferred budget range per night for hotels. Also, any physical limitations (as re stairs etc).

Posted by
251 posts

I've stayed here three times, once alone, once with high school students, and once with my husband. It's a great place, wonderful rooms and a killer view of the bay!

http://www.hotelmarianna.gr

Posted by
4820 posts

For just the purpose of comparison, you might browse both the Lonely Planet and the Lets Go guides. For Greece, we found these guides to have a number of smaller, cheaper options. Likely some of the places already mentioned are in there as well, but those guides might give a few other options.

Posted by
8 posts

Hotel Mariana was great. Wonderful views. But they are at a cost of a long walk UP hill after dinner every night.

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2416 posts

Rilght now my fave recommend is Hotel Agammemnon, right on an open plaza looking out to sea ... rooms have sea view balcony or pllaza view .. I agree that Marianna is quite a hike uphill (AND since R. Steves started pluggging it its prices have been hiked as well). Another at sea level, on a narrow lane parallel to the sea front i Omorfo Poli, small (7-8 rooms) pension, owner-run VERY good reviews on Trip Advisor. It is hard to recommend when Original poster gives no clue as to budget ... does she want a small boutique place, or an itnenational style hotel w. lots of bellboys? We can only guess. And When is the trip? It would make a difference what I'd advise if it were height of high season. I asked for more facts, none were forthcoming, so this is it for me unless i.facey comes back.

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30955 posts

I would highly recommend Pension Marianna in Nafplio. It's extremely comfortable, the views are incredible, the owners are wonderful and they serve a nice breakfast. Depending on which room you get, you may get some exercise as access to the main building is via stairs. Nafplio is beautiful and I think you'll enjoy your time there.

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1627 posts

We also enjoyed our stay at the Aetoma. Extraordinarily hospitable and friendly hosts. Our room had a small balcony, where the owner served us tea and cakes when we arrived. Room and breakfast great, to boot. Recommend without hesitation. Safe travels.