Olympia Hotels

Olympia hotels

The town of Ancient Olympia in western Peloponnese offers a variety of accommodations. There are some large hotels in Olympia, with luxurious amenities and comforts, but for the most part, accommodation in the region are charming traditional guesthouses and pensions. All of these Olympia hotels in Greece are located a short walking distance from the archaeological site and museum, and have good access to the many shops and restaurants of the town.

Have a look at the hotels that we suggest in Olympia and feel free to contact directly any accommodation through their booking form to ask a question or make a reservation. Many hotels in Olympia also have online booking engines to make your reservation quickly and easily. As we take no commission from any bookings made via our website, prices are cheaper. Before making your reservation, check for available offers and last minute deals.

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Where to stay in Olympia

Many nice accommodations are found in the town of Ancient Olympia, in a short walk from the archaeological site, shops and restaurants. These hotels in Olympia vary in range, from family studios and apartments to upscale hotels with pools.

Featured hotels and accommodation in Olympia

Olympia Palace
Booking on request
Class: 4 stars

Type: Hotel, Junior Suites, Family Rooms

Location: Olympia, Ancient Olympia

Units 65

FROM
€165.00
per night

The hotel has 65 air-conditioned guest rooms and suites that are delightfully designed and well appointed with an array of amenities to make your stay pleasant. The views from the most elegant and comfortable rooms are magnificent looking out across the sacred Kronion hill and the surrounding peaceful countryside.




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