At the Hotel Acropol you can expect a friendly welcome from the Zigouris family, who have been running the historic property for almost 150 years.
Dating back to 1884, the Hotel Acropol was the first hotel in Parga Town. Since then, it's been run by the Zigouris family – the five brothers all chip in, from working in the bar to waiting in the restaurant.
You'll find Hotel Acropol tucked away in the narrow, winding streets of Parga's old town, just minutes from the harbour.
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Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Properties with a traditional feel
- Often family-run
- Picturesque settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 5T
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Enjoy breakfast on the terrace as part of your Bed and Breakfast Board Basis. By night, head here for an aperitif, long drink or a tropical cocktail. Castello's offers you Mediterranean and ethnic dishes with a traditional and innovative twist. Sample the Greek, French, Italian and Asian specialities, with specialist chefs preparing each meal option.
Energise your mind and body, and pamper yourself at the spa. Found at the sister hotel Savator, you can choose from a variety of treatments leaving you feeling rejuvenated. There's transport provided, charges apply.
The dark woods and burnt orange décor sets a pretty stylish evening scene. You can grab a drink from the extensive menu, and take a seat for the night.
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Suite with Balcony
Inside these spacious suites there's lots of natural light provided by the doors out to your balcony. Rooms have a lounge area with comfortable furnishings - plus you'll have air-conditioning available to keep your room cool. You'll also be able to stay connected as there's Wi-Fi* available too.
These traditional single rooms are light and airy, offering comfortable furnishings. If you like to keep your room cool you'll find air-conditioning has been provided and you'll have access to Wi-Fi* too.
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Charming hotel downtown Parga
Just a few minutes walk from the old port of Parga. Small, friendly hotel with helpful and welcoming staff. Breakfast is served in the backyard every morning by Ioanna the hostess. She met us all with a smile and a few friendly words every morning. Perfect start of the day. The rooms are clean and the wifi works well. The hotel houses one of the better restaurants in town, Castello. So the evenings can be quite busy there.More
Acropol Hotel - the oldest hotel in Parga Peterson family
Enjoyed a fantastic week in Parga at the Acropol Hotel. Returned to Parga after 23 years and fell in love with 'pargadise' all over again. Staff at the hotel were very friendly especially Yanna who served a very substantial breakfast every morning with a smile. We had a lovely suite with two balconies, which was very spacious and it was cleaned daily by a very pleasant lady. The Acropol is located only 5 minutes away from the harbour where there are plenty of bars and tavernas, which was a bonus.More
Lovely Hotel in a tranquil Parga
Just returned from Parga for a 7 day break, Stayed in Hotel Acropol in the centre of old town Parga close to the harbour, bars and Taverna's. stayed in room 17, a good sized double with a balcony over a small courtyard. The rooms are tastefully furnished , cleaned daily and kept spotless The staff there are brilliant, very helpful, especially Yana who looks after you in the morning. Great breakfasts and although we didn't eat in the restaurant in the evening, the menu and wine selection looked great. Definitely be looking to go back to Parga, and the Acropol, thanks to the friendly welcome and the staff at the hotel.More
Excellent hotel and stay
Travelled with Thomsons/TUI and stayed for 10 nights on a B&B basis. We were allocated room 20 on the second floor which was a beautiful suite with 2 balconies and a separate sitting room . We couldn't believe our luck. The room had a fridge, AC, two flatscreen TV's and was also lovely and spacious. Breakfast was not buffet style but was served cooked to order. We were fine with that, although as with most hotel breakfasts they can become a little bit repetitive towards the end of your stay. The lady member of staff who served breakfast throughout our stay was lovely and couldn't do enough for us, a credit to the hotel. We didn't dine in the Castello restaurant on site purely because as it was our first stay in Parga and we wanted to get out and about and check out the resort. We absolutely loved Parga and the hotel is slap bang in the middle of the town in a perfect location, a 2 minute walk from the front and the boats you could also catch to the beaches at Valtos, Lichnos and Sarakiniko. The walk to Valtos beach took about 20 mins from the hotel. It was uphill to the castle and then a descent the other side to the beach itself. It was certainly a daily workout in the heat but there are plenty of bars and restaurants on the way that you can stop at for some light liquid refreshment... We will definitely return to Parga in the future and would not hesitate to stay at the Acropol again.More
Lovely hotel in a quaint setting
We stayed for a week at this brilliant hotel. From the start we were made very welcome and a member of staff helped us with our luggage from where the coach left us to the hotel, about a five minute walk. The room was very clean and had everything you could want, including wifi, fridge, AC, and a full bathroom with a jacuzzi bath. The staff were really attentive and helpful and the breakfast was a really nice and substantial continental breakfast. We had several evening meals in their restaurant and these were tasty and well presented. Upon leaving Yanna, another member of staff, carried both our suitcases up the hill to where the coach was picking us up for the airport, she was very kind and just a lovely person. We were very grateful to her, as being in our early seventies, it would have been quite difficult for us to pull our cases up the hill. We intend to return to this lovely hotel next year.More
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