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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Best Western Hotel Europa
This franchise is popular with groups. Rooms vary in size and quality – the larger rooms with balcony vistas are more luxurious. A bar, swimming pool, and a decent pool-side taverna, under the shade of olive trees, help push it over the line.
The Byzantino shows up the town’s standard concrete monoliths. This graceful and restored neoclassical building features good rooms with fancy bedsteads, wooden floors and period furniture.
This luxurious choice is close to Nafplio's café action and has contemporary and tasteful décor, a touch of snob value, and comfort and service to match. Rates are higher for superior luxury and executive rooms...
Dark, heavy and stylish furnishings. Travellers report enjoyable stays in this 170-year-old mansion.
These unpretentious, slightly faded lodgings in a fine neoclassical mansion feature antique rugs, timber floorboards and period furniture.
Based in the new town, this is a modern, if slightly bland, alternative to the older Venetian-style options. Often booked out by groups.
Nafplia Palace Hotel & Villas
For a step up in the ultimate take-no-prisoners luxury stakes, Amphitron's sister hotel offers ultramodern, über-chic villas, with personal butlers, hi-tech audiovisuals and mini swimming pools.
This place looks like its seen a little too much of Patra's nightlife itself - despite the plush lobby, the rooms are on the verge of being a little worn and the bathrooms are in a cupboard. But it's pleasant and good value nonetheless and very central.
This may be Corinth’s smartest hotel – it’s a comfortably furnished business-style number, albeit with a few blemishes. Spacious suites on the 6th floor are a notch more upmarket (€150). Breakfast costs €5.
A helpful couple run this centrally located place, whose simple, bright and airy rooms have balconies. Breakfast costs €5.
Nafplion elegance – this is a plush, traditionally styled period hotel, right in the heart of the waterfront-cafe action.
This place has one of the town’s finest neoclassical facades and, following a renovation in 2009, some pretty swish and glitzy rooms.
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. Reduced prices without breakfast.
Nafplion elegance - this is a plush, traditionally styled period hotel and right in the heart of the waterfront café action. Weekdays sees reduced rates. The most artistic choice with five stylish funky rooms...
Opposite the church, this is among the town’s best contenders, with comfortable rooms. The delightful Greek-Australian owners, the Spiliopoulos family, provide friendly, knowledgable service and a buffet breakfast fit for an athlete...
In 2008 this place had a makeover. Its contemporary look and bright and airy rooms make it excellent value. The helpful multilingual owner adds to the package.
Centrally positioned, simple, spacious rooms with TV represent good value.
The helpful, friendly staff here makes up for any shortfalls in these simple but clean rooms, which are popular with budget-minded business travellers. Rooms at the front have balconies, but can be noisy at night.
Smart, if ever so slightly tired, Morfeas provides a few little toiletries and other trimmings, especially for business visitors.
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...
Korinthos Hotel Korinthia
In general, it's like the rest of Corinth - it has definitely seen better days. The dated rooms have balconies and those at the back have views over the Gulf of Corinth. But management is friendly and there's also a roof garden.
Clean and spacious 1970s-style option and helpful multilingual owner.