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In Parga's old quarter, the refined Acropol (built 1884) offers 10 luxurious rooms with king-sized beds, hydromassage showers and handmade Italian furniture. Some balconies face the Venetian castle. It is well-signposted within the quarter...
Daios Luxury Living
This boutique hotel near the White Tower has become a favourite among Greece’s upper stratum. A keen sensitivity to light and shadow pervades the whole hotel, which has contemporary minimalist design...
Salvator Villas & Spa Hotel
The friendly, luxurious Salvator overlooks Parga and the coast from the main road, 1km south of town. Villas have two bedrooms, kitchenette and terrace, and some have private pools (there's also a central outdoor pool)...
Well-positioned on the plateia, Orpheus has renovated soundproofed modern rooms.
Dioni Boutique Hotel
This totally renovated central hotel offers sumptuous rooms loaded with amenities and friendly service.
The Bristol Hotel
What was fated to become a stylish and friendly modern hotel was originally built in 1870 as Thessaloniki's post office...
The friendly, central Hotel Paradise has airy modern rooms, pool and downstairs bar.
Decent for budget travellers, the Pella has small but clean rooms near the Ladadika/port district.
Opposite the port, I00m from Alexandroupoli's lighthouse, Erika has tasteful, if dated rooms and waterfront views.
Electra Palace Hotel Thessaloniki
Even if just coming to gaze on the harbour from the rooftop garden cafe, you can't miss the appeal of this five-star city landmark, standing splendidly over Plateia Aristotelous...
Astoria Hotel Traditional
Slightly concealed by the square’s side cafes, Astoria has attractive rooms with small balconies overlooking the square.
This four-star hotel, well-situated above Plateia Aristotelous, offers bright, individually decorated rooms and suites. It’s slightly overpriced, though the 'wellness' facilities include pool, gym, hammam, sauna and massage.
Le Palace Hotel
On busy Tsimiski, Le Palace occupies a renovated Neoclassical building. Its modern rooms have high ceilings and subtle decor. Soundproofed (mostly) windows keep out street noise. The buffet breakfast has varied offerings.
This friendly downtown hotel has small, though clean and fresh-smelling, rooms and a colourful breakfast area. Hospitable owners Georgios Hrysohoidis and his Italian wife Patricia cumulatively speak English, Italian, French, Spanish, German and Greek.
City Hotel Thessaloniki
This sleek four-star place near Plateia Eleftherias, east of Ladadika, has handsome rooms (some wheelchair-friendly) with subdued elegance. There’s a big American-style breakfast and spa centre.
The first hotel you find when entering Parga, the San Nectarios’ enviable hill-top location offers splendid views of the town, sea and castle. The rooms are clean and come with all amenities.
Aktaion is a waterfront C-class hotel with uninspiring yet quiet rooms.
This classic place (built 1925) has an old-school gated lift and ornate chandeliers. The clean, well-kept rooms have soundproof windows.
This old business hotel behind the western waterfront, has comfortable, well-maintained rooms with balconies.
This self-enclosed stone village of cottages and suites fuses traditional Macedonian architecture with modern amenities including a spa and indoor and outdoor pools (and an outdoor skating rink in winter). It's 2km north of town.
Although rooms are simple and somewhat cramped, the Aegeon is a budget godsend by west-Egnatia standards, surrounded as it is by pricey chain hotels and sordid dens of iniquity...
This classic place (built 1925), has a gated lift leading to renovated rooms with soundproofed windows and elegant decor. The breakast is good, but service can be gruff.