Suzanna and Theo Spiliopoulou set the gold standard for a small hotel, providing stylish and comfortable rooms that have wood floors, overlook the nearby mountains, and have small terraces—among the various delights here, Suzanna, a well-known chef, teaches cooking lessons and serves a Peloponnesian feast for the evening meal (€15), which is a treat not to be missed. A welcoming breakfast room is warmed by a large fireplace in cooler months, and the hospitality extends
to dispensing information about Ancient Olympia and other locations in the Peloponnese.
Jul 2, 2007
This is a wonderful hotel. Clean and spaceous. The owning family actually runs the hotel and they are very very accomodating and pleasant. The large room featured a balcony looking out at the nearby hills. The large lobby and the adjoining dinning area and the comfortable sitting area by the fireplace, couldn't be any more inviting and comfortable. The hotel features a full sized (big by even American standards) elevator. By giving the hotel
a few hours advance notice they will prepare for you a wonderful family style meal of typical Greek dishes. Reasonably priced too. This was the best meal I had in a week and a half visit to various parts of Greece. This hotel is a great value.
Mar 28, 2006
I stayed at this hotel with a group of students (winter 2005-6). One of the students left his wallet in the hotel. He realized it the next day when we were in Nafplio already. The hotel owner's son generously volunteered to drive to Athens to return it. The next day, he called me and we met up; it was such a relief for our student who would have lost over 100 Euros. Aside from this generosity, the hotel was very comfortable, newly renovated --
and Susanna made us a delicious dinner and vasilopita. Although I know our kids were a bit of a handful, everyone in the family went out of his or her way to help us. The price was the best we could find anywhere.