Hotels in Town
The Orloff Resort was born in the cosmopolitan Old Harbor of Spetses, where the heart of the island’s nobility and historical tradition beats. The goal set in the minds and the hearts of its creators, was a place of tranquility to relax the eye and rest the body. It has 22 rooms, 7 different types for all types of charecters.
Poseidonion Grand Hotel, which first opened in 1914, was the brainchild of Sotirios Anargiros, a visionary benefactor who was responsible for much of Spetses’ development. Furthermore, it represented the cosmopolitan face of the island and soon became one of its famous landmarks, a favorite destination for the high society, royalty, and the wealthy Athenians.
Villa Anesis is a charming hotel located in Spetses Town, 150 metres from Dapia Square and the port. The hotel offers comfortable double and triple rooms with a balcony or access to the garden and a hospitable and friendly environment. All rooms of Villa Anesis have a private bathroom, air-conditioning, a roof-fan, a fridge and a LED TV. Free WiFi is available in all areas. A hairdryer and an iron can be provided upon request.
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vasilikiang 11 Oct 2011Luxurious even todayA very interesting museum only few metres from Dapia, the port of Spetses. This is actually the second home of the Greek heroine and has many private things inside. This place was used as the home of a family, descendant of Bouboulina, who was living there till a couple of decades ago. Then they decided to move their home to the ground floor and turn the upper floors as a museum. Only the first floor works as a museum, the second floor, where the bedrooms were, is still under renovation. The first floor has a large sitting room, a study room and even a hiding place, where the family would hide in case of war or pirate attack. The furniture are pretty impressive and very luxurious for that time, even for today. The ceiling has nice carved designs and it was ordered in Venice, as many other furniture in there. The tour guide is excellent and very informative. It would be nice to have some organized tours in English, but after finishing the Greek tour, the guide will explain you all in English, she was very helpful. You will recognize the place because outside the house there is a canon.