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Today we slept in late. After breakfast we checked out of the hotel and took a taxi to the airport where I rented a car. Don't worry I got full insurance. We drove through Corinth and then through the mountains to the port town of Nafplion. I later found out there was a much shorter way to get there, but it was very picturesque and we saw the …
We drove to Mycenae, this was the site I really wanted to visit after 33 years. Unfortunately it was closed but you could see it from the road. Mycenae was the home a warrior race, it was also on of the key centres in determining that the Trojan War occurred. We also missed out on the beehive tombs of the Treasury of Atreus and ...
We woke to find out that the strike was still going and it now included archeological sites so, the Acropolis was closed. Also two of our destinations Epidaurus and Mycenae were also closed. So a change of plans was made by Globus. We went to the Acropolis museum then drove to Corinth. When the Acropolis museum was built they unearth parts of ancient Athens. Walked onto the pedestrian bridge for a photo shoot of the canal. Then went to Ancient ...
Today we visited nafplion on another island in Greece. This one was a little different to the ones we have visited so far as it doesn't seen to have been struck as much by the influx of tourists. Our boat couldn't go ashore as the port is tiny and we caught the tenders in again. When we arrived, it was such a quite little town. Only a couple of streets with a few shops and cafes and no one hassling you to buy or go to ...
... failed attempts going back to the time of the Classical Greeks. We spent only a short amount of time there for coffee/snacks, a bathroom break, and pictures.
It was then only a short ride to our first archaeological stop of the journey, Isthmia. It wasn’t a very exciting site, but I guess it was a good place to start. My bus had two groups within it: those in Karavas’ sports class, ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Aetoma Hotel Nauplion
Absolut empfehlenswertes Stadthotel
Ich komme gerade von einem dreitägigen Aufenthalt im Hotel Aetoma/Nafplio zurück. Ich bin noch immer begeistert von der persönlichen Betreuung durch die Besitzerfamilie. Von der zentralen Lage, über das individuelle Frühstück (von der Besitzern selbst hergestellte Marmeladen) bis zu den gemütlichen, individuell ausgestatteten Zimmern - es war absolute Sptzenklasse zu einem fairen Preis. Als guter Tipp: parken Sie den PKW am Hafen, da die Parkplätze vor dem Hotel sehr begrenzt sind.
I stayed during a business trip at the Aetoma Hotel and absolutely loved it. I was there from May 13, 2007 through May 23rd, 2007. I actually got delayed and needed to stay longer, but my room had already been booked online, and I'm not surprised.
We stayed at the Hotel Aetoma for 3 nights in mid April and had a truly wonderful experience.
By chance we happened upon the Aetoma, and sometimes that is when the best things happen. From our greeting upon arrival, and throughout our stay, everyone at the hotel made the stay memorable. The hotel is decorated to a high standard, and if by chance you stay on the top floor room, you will be awed by the views and the terrace that come with that room. We are very noise averse, and were happy to have such quiet accomodations. I think one would have to be extraordinarily harsh not to give this hotel a very high rating. We would definitely stay again, (and tried to at the end of our Peloppenese trip, but Aetoma was full, but did find us a place for the night, how gracious!). Thank you Aetoma for making such a wonderful memory in Napflio, not only for your beautiful hotel but also for your genuinely gracious and generous hospitality.
Superb in every way...a magical memory
I happened across this beautiful bed and breakfast and it only added to the magic and beauty for which I remember Nafplio.
I was treated with excellent service that far surpassed any other throughout my travels in Greece. The rooms are out of a dream, decorated with personal touches that make each uniquely warm and comfortable.
I will surely return to Aetoma someday (and encourage all traveling to Nafplio) to meet again the owners that treated me with such kindness and genorosity. Thank you!
This is quite simply the best bed & breakfast I've ever stayed at anywhere. The service is exceptional, the value is astounding--we paid half of what we paid on the islands for terrible dives. The property couldn't be more lovely--an old family home completely refurbished with all the modern amenities you might want, but in a historical syle that suits the house and the town. The location is perfect--midway between the main square and the small but pleasant town beach. And did I mention the service? The hostess cooks an enormous breakfast with homemade jam, and is happy to leave you alone or sit and talk with you.
I had an exceptionally pleasant stay at Aetoma with my wife and 14 yo daughter between Dec. 26 and Dec. 29.
One of the best hotels we every stayed at. Definetely has the class of a small and cosy 5 star hotel.
Great personal service
Stayed here in the off season (early Nov). The hotel was still quite busy but with only 5 rooms you feel like you have the place to yourself. We took a 7 month old baby and the proprietor became her surrogate grandmother. They really made us feel at home, and couldn't do enough to help out. The hotel itself is well decorated, clean and of good quality but above all we felt that calm ambience that you just don't get because everywhere.
The location is set back a little way from the harbour in a small piazza but it makes it quiter. Go for the room at the top for a little more space and better views.
Have stayed for 4 days in September 2006. This is something more then just a hotel! The hospitality of the family who owns and manages this hotel is something, difficult to find words for... You feel there not like you are staying in the hotel - you are staying with your friends! One of your best friends! Building is more then 180 years old, Antanopolou family owns this building for about 100 years. And they do care for it. Its maintained in top condition. Difficult to find any better location. Old town - one of the central squares (St. Spiridon square). - This is a very tiny square - probably about 30 sq. m. only. Only maximum 5-6 cars can be parked there, however there is a huge parking area within 3 minutes of walk. Right behind the corner you'll find lots of restorants, cafes, bars, souvernir shops, etc. And hard to beleive - it's calm there. I was plesently surprized.