Hotel Kronio

Address: Tsoureka str.1, Olympia, Peloponnese, 27065, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Tsoureka str.1, Olympia.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kronio Olympia

    Reviewed by koppers

    An Affordable Option in Ancient Olympia

    Reviewed Apr 10, 2014
    by (10 reviews) Istanbul , Turkey Flag of Turkey

    The Good:
    The family that run the place are very welcoming, informative, and helpful. The hotel is located right at the beginning of the main street running through the town of Ancient Olympia, so it's in a very convenient spot: restaurants and shops are just a hop and a skip away, and the archaeological site/museum are within easy walking distance. The wifi worked well in our room and there was English-language CNN on the TV.

    It seemed to be that the hotel could benefit from a few updates. It appears as though the rooms and furnishings have been around for some time and are a bit dated at this point. Also, we requested a double bed but were given a room with two beds, which seemed to be the only option (though not 100% sure of that).

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by travellingross

    great hospitality

    Reviewed Jun 21, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    great hosts at reception desk. v helpful. central spot, cheap and comfy. highly recommend!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kronio Olympia

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 18, 2014

    12 photos

    ... birthplace of Zeus (others thought it was Mt Olympus - many miles away in northern Greece. The minimal remains of the Gymnasium is next - here the athletes trained for a month before the games - gymnos means naked - which is how they trained and competed. The center of the site was the Temple of Zeus - almost as big as the Parthenon. Not much is left except earthquake rubble - and we needed to imagine the 40 foot statue of Zeus - one of the Seven Wonders ...

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    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... supposedly the graves of Castor and Pollux, the brothers of Helen pf Trpy from different fathers. When Castor died Pollux asked his father Zeus to join them for eternity - Zeus agreed and set them as the Gemini constellation. Supposedly the graves themselves are joined together at the back, but the site is now locked so I wasn't able to corroborate that! After reaching the top we caught our breath at the site of Homeric-era ...

    Loving our rest day

    A travel blog entry by patalanharrigan on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... little time at the Piano Man (not so good) and then bed, ready for our excursion to Katakolan tomorrow in 31 degree heat.

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    Nafplion to Olympia

    A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jun 20, 2013

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    ... we travelled on to Mycenae. At Mycenae, we saw a very well preserved tomb, which was one of many in the area called beehive tombs. Massive stones had been used to build large beehive shaped structures which were then covered over with earth and made to resemble a natural hill. We also looked through the museum displaying many artefacts before walking up through a structure called the Lion Gate. Then we climbed up to ...