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Superior in design and with a lofty location, this superbly renovated house is perched behind the village and is by far the most original and beautiful of all sleeping options...
4 star hotel
The 19 rooms in this discretely luxurious place are decked out in tasteful muted Tuscan furnishings with neoclassical touches. There are even glass-screened fireplaces in some of the rooms...
2 star hotel
This modern hotel seems geared towards accommodating the business travellers it’s popular with, but it’s a solid option. The contemporary rooms feature hydro showers and personal flat-screen computers...
3 star hotel
Tripoli’s new kid on the block is the revamped, cutting-edge Arcadia, whose sleek interior design and decor boasts more shapes than a child’s nursery play set. It’s on one of the main plazas...
These unpretentious, slightly faded lodgings in a fine neoclassical mansion feature antique rugs, timber floorboards and period furniture.
Intimate and comfortable, with dark, heavy and stylish furnishings. Generous traditional breakfast.
Bed and breakfast
Located outside the fortress walls, just over the causeway, and occupying the handsome stone buildings of a former quarantine hospital, Lazareto is the most luxurious choice in the area...
Opposite the church, this is among the town’s best contenders, with comfortable rooms. The delightful Greek-Australian owners, the Spiliopoulos family, provide friendly, knowledgeable service and a decent breakfast...
Occupying a fine Venetian building, the Byron is a reliable favourite, with friendly management, neat rooms, iron bedsteads and period furniture. Breakfast costs €5.
Located in the centre of the modern village of Nea Mystras, this appealing 26-room option is an alternative to sleeping in Sparta...
The helpful, multilingual owner, Panagiotis, is a bonus to this pleasant spot with its excellent-value bright and airy rooms.
This range of atmospheric rooms offers a great experience of traditional kastro – they occupy around five different buildings...
Nafplion elegance – this is a plush, traditionally styled period hotel, right in the heart of the waterfront-cafe action.
Smart, if ever so slightly tired, Morfeas provides a few little toiletries and other trimmings, especially for business visitors.
Pylos' clear winner in the rather noncompetitive hotel stakes. It’s hard not to like this place for the setting alone – under the castle walls, clinging to a cliff over the water...
The so-called 'New Malvasia' (confusingly sometimes called simply the Malvasia) is the newer of the Malvasia-clan hotels and is at the far end of the village...
This place has one of the town’s finest neoclassical facades and, following a renovation in 2009, some pretty swish and glitzy rooms.
In-your-face elaborate rococo-style decor with your very own antiques, frescoes, slightly saggy mattresses and fiddly bits.
1 star hotel
A helpful couple run this centrally located, cosy spot where rooms are simple but pleasant and have balconies. Breakfast costs €5.
March into this relaxing and stylish stone hotel (near a former sentry tower and situated high behind the village beyond the ancient Kardamyli)...
The smartest of a range of small family hotels in town, with 13 comfortable modern rooms and a pleaseant outdoor terrace. There’s a light, airy dining area, too. Breakfast costs €6.
This small 12-room place is promoted as a ‘new traditional’ hotel, as indeed it is. The comfortable wood-and-stone rooms have tasteful muted colours and the design is along Maniot lines.
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