Rooms in a former merchant prince's home and an adjoining building are spartan but large, and breezy balconies provide a nice perch above the pedestrian lanes of the Old Town. The owner brims with pride over his establishment, one of the first hotels in Nafplio, and he also runs the similarly spare and inexpensive Tiryns Hotel, on nearby Othonos street.
Kokinou 2, Nafplion, 21100, Greece
Jan 29, 2002
Traveling on a budget, this was not bad for the price. The rooms were kept very very clean and towels changed daily. The beds were a little uncomfortable but adequate for a couple of nights. The bathroom was the shower next to toilet type with a curtain separating the area but no different than many rooms in Greece. The only concern for me was that I didn't feel too safe there and I wouldn't leave my valuables there as the door to all their rooms
opened with a unique victorian style key which usually jammed and the door easily could be pryed open without it. The open area was nice with lighting and a victorian feel. The staff friendly but a little creepy.