Hotel Cristina Maris
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Cristina Maris
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cristina Maris Loutráki
Travel Blogs from Loutráki
Well got the hire car and I was the only volunteer. Ruth navigating with her fingernails embedded in the dashboard.
Wrong side of the car and wrong side of the road. Easy as apart from left hand automatically going for gear stick and turning the wipers on to indicate. Not that that was a major issue as nobody else was using them.
Driving in Ancient Corinth not so easy. Single lane roads that are not one way and head kept trying to stay ...
... two bodies of water and probably flood the entire lower Peleponnese, several Roman emperors attempted to complete a canal but all failed due to finances and geographical challenges. The canal would wait for a later time.
As a result of all this, Corinth's profile grew apace. Her history until the 1st century A.D. is blood-soaked, participating in wars, revolts and being finally completely destroyed by Rome in 146 B.C. after Roman ambassadors to Corinth ...
... mud from the Dead Sea mixed with therapeutic water.
In other words it is the unique spot to rejuvenate both the body and mind, relax and enjoy the treatments. Personally I visited this Spa twice during my stay.
What I Experienced!
I had a 30 minute Face Aromatherapy by my therapist Anthoula, for deep Hydration the first day that cost me 30.00 euros.
The following day I was told that I could come much earlier if ...
... in than last time I came.
There is construction work around the river: it looks as if there will be new roads and bridges. I have a sense that Corinth has paused for breath in its plans to modernise, as progress seems to have slowed this past year. The canaries still sing in their cages on balconies, and there are still unfinished and seemingly abandoned buildings; yet there are new stores in the centre of the town, and ...
... hear us clearly but we couldn't hear them. Once again our luck with the crowds held out and there were only a hand full of people in the theatre. A group of singers came onto the stage and sang, it sounded beautiful with the acoustics. George and I headed back up to Nick and Alex. Next to them there were a class of German students one of which went down into the centre of the stage and tore a peice of paper, even sitting right up on the top row (55 rows up!), where we were, ...