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Not only does this delightful pension occupy a 19th-century mansion, but its five bright rooms offer contemporary creature comforts without diminishing the building's character...
Sleek and stylish apartments in white or black on a quiet side street several blocks north of the main square...
Occupying a fine Venetian building, the Byron is a reliable favourite, with friendly management, neat rooms, iron bedsteads and period furniture.
These unpretentious, slightly faded lodgings in a fine neoclassical mansion feature antique rugs, timber floorboards and period furniture.
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...
Intimate and comfortable, the Aetoma has dark, heavy and stylish furnishings, and hospitable owners who go out of their way to be helpful. Generous traditional breakfast included.
Though its hilltop location, 800m from the ruins, means that the hotel is somewhat isolated, its spacious rooms are comfortable, the service is pleasant and the pool and spa are nice luxury touches...
Run by a friendly Russian-Greek couple, these compact, fully equipped apartments are excellent value and just a stone's throw from Mystras' main square...
The helpful, multilingual owner, Panagiotis, is a bonus at this pleasant spot that has excellent-value bright and airy 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, knowledgeable service and a decent breakfast...
This friendly pension, tucked away down a quiet street, is run by a Greek grandma who will fuss over you, her hospitality transcending the language barrier...
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...
Nafplion elegance – this is a plush, traditionally styled period hotel, right in the heart of the waterfront-cafe action.
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.
One of the best choices along the beachfront is this business-like, modern hotel, with funky wallpaper, balconies and beachfront parking. Rooms at the front catch the sea breeze (and street noise). Breakfast €5.
In-your-face elaborate rococo-style decor with your very own antiques, frescoes, slightly saggy mattresses and fiddly bits.
Light and pleasant rooms with firm beds and more designer shapes than an NYC contemporary-design exhibition. The service is efficient and the upmarket Zeys restaurant (mains €8 to €17) is attached.
In a restored neoclassical building on the lively main pedestrian street, this small hotel features appealing rooms with fancy bedsteads, wooden floors and period furniture. There's a popular cafe downstairs.
The helpful, friendly staff here make up for any shortfalls in the simple but clean rooms, which are popular with budget-minded business travellers. Rooms at the front have balconies, but can be noisy at night.
Based in the new town, this is a modern, if slightly bland, alternative to the older Venetian-style options. Often booked out by groups.
The rooms at the Lakonia are not hugely memorable, but far from spartan nonetheless. Boons include a supercental location and double-glazed windows that cut out street noise, and the service is friendly and helpful.
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