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Hotel Bastione Malvasia is furthest in the unique city of Monemvasia. Our room, number 8, was a tower room with a large balcony and an unparalleled view of Monemvasia and across the sea. The room itself was spacious, comfortable and very beautiful. The nice breakfast...More
At the beginning of September my husband surprised me for our wedding anniversary and took me for three days to the beautiful Monemvasia. We stayed at the Bastione Malvasia, which is a magnificent picturesque hotel.
We stayed in a superior double room with a balcony....a...More
From the beginning the owner of the hotel made us feel welcome into his palace. It was surreal to be atop the tiled balconies and glistening water with such good service at our fingertips. The concierge was available as we needed it and willing to...More
We spent 3 nights at this hotel. It was a unique experience. Our room backed up to the trail that ran around back if lower town.
The hotel is the last one on this island/rock so very private & quiet. Our room had a fantastic...More
Monemvasia is one of the most unique places I’ve ever been and this hotel just makes the experience more amazing.
Friendly staff, big rooms, UNREAL view over the sea, private cocktail bar, and seating area looking over the town and sea.
Words can’t express how...More
The parking is along the road that links the island to the mainland. It's a case of driving along till you find a space, which we didn't find a problem but it is best to drive up to the town gates to drop off your luggage... More
The parking is along the road that links the island to the mainland. It's a case of driving along till you find a space, which we didn't find a problem but it is best to drive up to the town gates to drop off your luggage. One of us stayed with the bags while the driver drove back to park.
You then have to carry/roll your cases to the hotel at the end of the island. It takes maybe 5-10 mins, over cobblestones, but it is worth it! Think twice only if you have mobility issues.