Kyparissia Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsKyparissia Beach Hotel Messinia
I arrived to a warn reception, even though I had not made an advance booking. A beautiful room with sea view and balcony, very helpful and friendly staff.
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... of Brontochion Monastery was completed around 1310 where an order of nuns still live today.
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... and this makes it unique. Being built with respect for Nature it takes advantage of geothermal energy by the way!
WI FI: Get the code from the reception and you can enjoy free internet in the lobby. Not possible in the rooms though!
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The journey continues . . .