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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double room with balcony
Calm, simple colours feature in these double rooms giving them a light and airy appeal. You'll have outside space with this room too as a there's a balcony. Inside your room there's air-conditioning provided so you'll be able to keep cool and you'll have access to Wi-Fi* 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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28th August 2016
Great location - fab food. Breakfast is delightful as is Yana. We have stayed at the Acroplol four times and wouldn't contemplate anywhere else, well maybe the Salvador, but the location not so good. First class serviceMore
Brilliant location but a bit of a walk from the drop off to the hotel due the narrow streets & Jana is just great. She has lots of knowledge & no inquiry is to small for her to deal with. Room was kept spotless & fresh towels every day was very welcomeMore
Oldest hotel in Parga
This was our 4th visit to Parga, each time in differant accomadation. We'd eaten in Castella restaurant twice previously owned / adjoining Acropol and been very impressed. Hence we decided to try the hotel. Travelled with Thomsons, so all straightforward there. Coach drops off at 'main' road by little bus kiosk / express supermarket. Owners brother met us to help with luggage, but I have to be honest, it feels a trek in the heat of the day, and it's a bit higgledy piggeldy to get to via snickets etc. Not sure Acropol is suitable for 'unfit' but then again Parga Proberbly isn't the place for you if mobility is an issue. On arrival at the hotel, hot and bothered, we were directed straight to the bar, whilst cases were placed in our room. We chose a complimentry drink which was a lovely touch. We went to our room, and the heat struck us! Wow. The room was at the front of the hotel, at the top, and was stifling. The aircon was really noisy, and I assumed broken. and really didn't make a differance. The room was lovely, with kettle, safe, huge bathroom etc but we had an horrendous night, not sleeping a wink. The next morning at breakfast served by Jana, she was interested to know how we'd settled in. She explained she is receptionist, and breakfast waitress. Breakfast is great, differant items daily, freshly prepped. After breakfast Jana came to our room and asked if we'd like to swap, as it sounded as though the air con needed attention. We swapped rooms and never had another problem. Comfy beds, nice cool balcony, maid was great and never intrusive. Residents get 10% off in Castella and the food is lush (don't order starters, complimentry platter given). Jana for us made our holiday perfect. She makes sure the hotel runs smoothly, and if you're happy, she's happy. What's not to like about Acropol? Ok, it doesn't have great views as you're overlooking a very old courtyard, but it's meters away from the harbour and steps. It's what I'd describe as a more classy hotel, rather than the smaller basic family owned apartments in Parga. More
Lovely, characterful hotel
Stayed at the Acropol for a week at the end of June, as a solo traveller in Room 16. This room is small but adequately furnished. There is a tiny balcony with table and chair overlooking a courtyard and rear of a small church. The lighting in the room could be improved as the main light is a bit dim and the table lamp inadequate. However the bathroom is excellent with an amazing shower. The bed is also one of the most comfortable I have slept in in Greece. The room was very clean with nice linen. There is an in room safe and air conditioning included. The wi if didn't seem to work in the room but did in the restaurant downstairs. Breakfast was amazing. You were brought out a large platter of cold meats, cheese, eggs, fruit, yoghurt, bread, honey, jams and tea/coffee and juice - lasted me almost to dinner each day. The staff member, Yanna who worked at breakfast was helpful and very friendly. Really can recommend this lovely old hotel in the heart of beautiful Parga.More
We stayed here for 2 weeks from 8th May. The hotel is one of the first hotels opened in Parga and the building is lovely. Our room was very comfortable and had a sitting room with its own balcony, which was a pleasant surprise! It was well appointed, with a fridge, kettle, safe, air conditioning and 2 balconies. The rooms and bathroom were very clean and that cleanliness was maintained for the length of our stay, 2 weeks. Breakfast was served in the attached restaurant and was prepared freshly for us once we went into the restaurant. It was delicious with a good mix of items. As time went on, we were given what we requested, so,as I prefer to have a lighter breakfast, I could specify what I wanted, whereas my husband preferred to have everything on offer!! We also had several meals in the evening in the attached restaurant and all the meals we had were absolutely delicious and beautifully cooked. Before each meal we were given a plate of appetisers, which we never paid for, also delicious and at the end of the meal we were given a drink or a dessert, sometimes both, which, again we never paid for! The staff were all lovely, friendly, efficient and good company. Nothing was too much trouble and they had all obviously worked together as a team and were all local to the town, so their local knowledge was invaluable! The only drawbacks were the position of the hotel, which meant no coaches could reach it and, as I had recently had a knee replacement, getting up to the main road when we were coming home was an issue. Yet again, the lovely staff took our cases for us but I found the walk steep and quite difficult! Also, there is no lift in the hotel, so I would not recommend it for anyone with mobility difficulties. Also, there is no pool. I would recommend you take your own hair drier because the one in the bathroom is so underpowered it's really frustrating! The hotel is quite near to the centre but up,quite a steep incline, so, again, not good if you have mobility difficulties. Having Saudi all that, a lovely hotel with lovely welcoming staff!More
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