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Hotel Leto Hydra

At a Glance

    Pros

  • the distinguished feel of an old mansion
  • spacious, shady rooms
  • marble bathrooms

    Cons

  • a bit pricey
  • no views and no significant outside spaces
  • might be difficult to find on your own (ask for directions at the harbor port)

Hotel Leto Hydra Review

Right in the middle of Hydra town, this small upscale hotel has a sparkling new renovation inside with an elegant "old Greece" touch provided by an array of antique Hydriot rugs, mirrors, and lanterns—and some modern artworks by well-known Greek painters (Papanikolaou and Akrithakis to name two) thrown in to liven things up. Guest rooms are spacious and cool, with hardwood floors, classic wood furniture, and wonderful marble bathrooms; downstairs, look for a tiny patio and a comfortable breakfast room (where a buffet breakfast is served until 11 am daily).

    Contact Information

  • Address: Town center, Hydra town, 18040
  • Phone: 22980/53385
  • Website:
  • Location: Hydra

    Hotel Details

  • 30 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Closed Nov.–mid-Mar.
Updated: 11-09-2011

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