Amalia Hotel Nauplia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Nauplia Nauplion
Grand lobby, large pool, many areas to lounge indoors or outdoors. No wifi in room but we brought an ethernet cable. Wifi in lobby. Bathrooms are spacious with marble tiles and granite countertops. Plenty of wall plugs. Can step out of room onto patio. Beds are clean and not uncomfortable. Staff is friendly.
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... my future trip to the U.K.
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