Accommodation in Sparta

DIOSKOURI Hotel is located at the highest and most beautiful point of Sparta, opposite the cathedral Park, on the main road, which leads to Mystras and Kalamata.

"DIOSKOURI" was built in 1963 in the then pioneering rhythm of post-war modernism in bare cement. It has five floors and all rooms have a balcony overlooking the city or Taygetos. Each floor includes (a) a luxury suite, (b) a family apartment with two double rooms, (c) three double rooms and (d) a single room with a double bed.

The hotel has been recently renovated and combines all modern comforts. All rooms have internet connection (wired or wireless), air conditioning, flat-screen satellite TV, mini bar and kettle, hairdryer in the bathroom.

DIOSKOURI was awarded as one of the first 100 hotels offering Greek Breakfast. Breakfast is served in the dining room from 6 in the morning and includes local organic products with a designation of origin from small producers. Upon request, lunch or dinner can be prepared with local gastronomy.
The guest will be informed by the specially trained staff of the hotel about the sights, the archeological sites, the museums, the beaches and the restaurants, as well as the relevant opening hours. Examples: Mystras, the Archaeological Museum, the Mycenaean vaulted tombs in Vafeio and Pellana, Kaiadas, the Koumandareios Gallery, the Olive Museum, the Sainopouleio Amphitheater, as well as Ancient Sparta can also visit the day. Monemvasia, Mani and the Cave of Diros, as well as mountaineering excursions to Taygetos or Parnonas.

Mystras is 5 km away from Sparta, where the visitor will climb the Acropolis of the Crusaders, admire the aesthetically stunning Byzantine churches, the Museum of Byzantine Clothing, the restored Palace of the Palaeologans and the mansions of Fragopoulos and Laskaris.

In the region of Sparta there are taverns with amazing gastronomy and local specialties. The climate of Sparta is extremely mild all year round.

The newest city was designed and built on the site of ancient Sparta in a neoclassical style by Bavarian urban planners and architects in 1834. It is surrounded by olive groves and orange groves, the villages are stone and picturesque.

From the city start mountaineering routes to Taygetos and Parnonas, which have the richest flora of Europe (herbs, wildflowers, etc.).

We will be happy to welcome you to our hotel, where we will provide you with every possible facility for your comfortable stay.