We spent four nights at the Primarolia Hotel recently (for the Orhtodox Easter holidays) with our two daughters, aged 7 & 6. It is trully an art hotel, full of original works of art, rooms are decorated differently (i.e. why there are no numbers but names for each room) and one g…
very beautiful hotel, but unfortunately with no comfort. The personal staff was unprofessional, they were not ready to help you. We took the honeymoon suite, it was with 2 single mattresses and 2 single blankets, the water was cold, and when we asked for a double blanket they tol…
I spent 2 nights recently at the Primarolia hotel in Patras.
Very good location close to the city center and all bars, cafes, & restaurants.
The breakfast was nice although I did not see any hot items, but that might have been because I was late.
My room was on…
Primarolia is a boutique hotel with beautifully furnished rooms and service areas. The character of each suite is complimented stylishly with paintings, sculpture, light fittings and soft furnishings. Walking around the hotel, waiting in the lobby, or having breakfast becomes an …
Service is outstanding. The breakfast is good enough - you really don't need to go past a bowl of Greek yoghurt and a coffee! Rooms are clean and unique.
"all of them they are noisy."
"The rooms either face the sea or inland, so if a sea view is important to you - ask for one."
"We stayed in Butterflies and Mushrooms. Both were very good - they were not on the harbour side but we were not expecting harbour views!"
"Ask for the sea view rooms!"
"If it's possible try to have a sea view room"