We Have Just Returned From The The Most Wonderful 2 Weeks In Parga And Staying At The Family Run Hotel The Acropol Was A Delight.It Is A Small 10 Room (I Think) Boutique Like Hotel,It Is Situated In The Old Quarter Of Town.The Rooms Are Tastefully Furnished And Comfortable And From The First Minute We Left Our Room And Entered The Bar To Last Time We Left Was A Complete Joy.It Was Like They Adopted Us Into The Family....We Were Made So Welcome.The Hotel Restaurant Castello Is Without Doubt The Best In Parga With Great Service, Any Kind Of Wine From There Extensive Cellar Also Food To Die For.....All Made Fresh From Their International Chefs..... Then Nightcaps At The Bar.....Thanks For The Poetry Ilia.(You Can Sleep Early Now)...And Not Forgetting Alex,George...(Pavlakis) And Christalia Who Gave Us So Much Fun And Looked After Us So Well. (Nothing Was Too Much Trouble For These People). We Also Highly Recommend Symposium Fish Tavern Restaurant By The Harbour...( Regards To Vasilis & Staff)There Is An Abundance Of Tavernas In And Around The Town Of Varying In Taste And Quality...But I would Shy Away From The Largest And The Busiest (Zorbas/Bacchos For Example) I Don't Think A Kitchen Can Serve So Many People Fresh And Reliable Food....Not To Holidaymakers Anyway...(Here Today Gone Tomorrow Attitude)..Numerous Bars?...Yes.....Very Good Too.Our Favourites Being Our Hotel Bar Of Course, Sugar Cocktail Bar...A Rock Bar Called Antico....A Few Drunken Nights Here..(Regards To Theo & Alex & John).
Parga Has A couple Of Beaches...One Within Easy Walking Distance And Is Very Picturesque. The Other Being Valtos...You Can Walk Through The Town...Up To The Castle....Take A Deep Breadth And Down To A Beach Which Is About A Mile And Half Long...( For Those Who Do Not Fancy This You Can Take A Small Boat From The Harbour) It Has Restaurants/Bars All Along....Our Favourite Being The Tango Bar Which Has A Swimming Pool For Those Who Do Not Like The Sea.It Also Does Quite Nice Food....It's A Good Chill Out Place.Parga Mixes Old With A Little New And The Blend Works Well....Long May It Stay This Way.Greek Music Can Be Heard Everywhere ( Unusual For Some Parts Of Greece Now) And If You Embrace The Warmth And Hospitality Of The People, Like Us You'll Have Vacation Never To Be Forgotten.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury meets efficiency and comfort in Parga's most historical area. With its sophisticated manner The Acropol offers the very best in modern style and comfort. Following an extensive renovation, the Zigouris family lovingly created a welcoming establishment, defined by elegant interiors and top quality services. Tucked away in the narrow winding streets of Parga's old town, this small family-run hotel, when it opened its doors in 1884 it was the first hotel in the town. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Acropole Hotel Parga