Well, I didn't stay at the hotel. I was planning to stay there, as I was attending a family ceremony, but as it was full, I prefered to stay somewhere out of the city. But as most of family members did stay there and I spent a lot of hours at the hotel, I think I could write a revew.
At first, the hotel is located on the waterfront road, at the centre of the city. Parking can be an issue, but at least there is a large car park at the port, at about 300 m away from the hotel. That's where we were leaving our car every time we were visiting our relatives there.
The lobby seemed to be modern. The standard double rooms, at least those at the side of the building, were pretty small. Their furniture, although it was new and had a modern taste, seemed to be cheap. What is more, the storage space available was very limited. The bathrooms were nicely decorated, with black tiles and modern equipment, but their size was way too small. From the balconies, one could have a very nice view both to the sea and the waterfont and to the mountains on the other side.
The larger corner rooms, which the hotel descibe as corner suites, have different, more plushy furniture and a much nicer view at the waterfront.
I didn't taste the food served by the hotel. But the hotel's cafe, which was located at the ground floor next to the waterfont, did offer good quality beverages at normal (at least for the greek standards) prices.
Generally speaking, the Kypseli seems to be a nice place to stay at a provincial greek city. Sure, it's a bit overpriced (80 euros for a standard double room per night can't be described as a bargain). But yet, the view it offers compensates its drawbacks.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.