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Lazareto Hotel
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Reviewed August 4, 2010

My family and I stayed in this beautifully located hotel, it could be fantastic but the clientele as well as the owner are rude and lazy.The breakfast is disgusting and is served begrudgingly.Do not stay at this hotel! you will feel angry and it will spoil your holiday. They do not deserve clientele.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed January 18, 2010

A glorious renovation in a superb location but, as too often occurs in Greece, the owners see this as not much something to build on but as an excuse to over- charge, and to do so massively. Prices high by any standards but, as is again typical of Greece, there is no understanding at all of what service means. Breakfast was a miserable affair of a few old croissant and some cake ( not home made). After quite some fuss, this was upgraded to a cooked breakfast but reluctantly and stroppily so. The shower mechanism had all the appearance of a rocket control panel but in the end managed nothing more than a dribble. Light pollution from the external lights on the building was appalling and beat downtown Hong Kong on a Saturday night. The manager refused to turn these off on the basis that other guests might not be able to fnd their rooms. It made no difference when I pointed out that there were no "other guests". This is the kind of hotel which, if managed properly would attract guests from far and wide just for its location but, as it is, it is just a rip-off. Suggest you visit Monemvasia on a day trip. The site itself while beautiful is not worth much more than half a day. Also, the people here are known by other Greeks as being inclined to fleece visitors for little in return.

Stayed: December 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 1, 2008

Staying a night in Monemvasia, a fantastic historially town, is a real experience! When you walk to the town it feels like you directly stepped straight to the Middle age. The feeling still doesn't go away in Lazareto hotel which have revised in very old stone building with old-fashioned furniture.

Room, or should I say apartment, was huge and double-staired. We really enjoyed for spent our time in the big balcony, eating goat-cheese-sandwitches and staring at the sparkling see. There hasn't no breakfast in this hotel.

Personally I like, modern style, but this old hotel got me very impressed. And even the hotels which located middle of the beautiful Monemvasia are more expencive than hotels which located in the neighbouring town, the atmosphere should pay for.

  • Stayed: May 2004, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 1, 2007

We stayed here the one night and had a most unpleasant experience.

We were two couples and we took two rooms for one night in early-May 2007. We were drive-up guests and had not booked ahead. We had inspected the hotels in Monemvassia town itself and rejected them all for various reasons.

When inspecting our room at the Lazareto, with one double bed and two singles in a loft in a duplex configuration, I noticed three or four millipedes in the bathroom. Harmless, we thought and just scooped them up and threw them out into the garden.

We then went out to Monemvassia for dinner (the Lazareto is not in Monemvassia town proper) and returned close to midnight to the hotel. Our room was full of millipedes, there must have been at least thirty there, crawling over the walls, floors, bathroom counter, bathroom floor, and in the bathtub.

The only lady on duty at the hotel didn't see what the fuss was about, "They're harmless," she said. Since it was too late to go find another hotel, we accepted her suggestion that she sweep up the crawlies and throw them out -- which she did.

We rolled up the rugs in the room and put them against the two doors (we assumed they were coming in from below the doors) and put a towel over the floor drain in the bathroom. Even then, on waking up the next morning, I found a total of 15 millipedes which I flushed them down the toilet. One was even on the bed, a couple had found their way up to the loft.

I even found a (very tiny) centipede that I killed.

Our friends in the adjoining room didn't face this problem and had only three or four milipedes in their room. Ours opened on a patio with the garden beyond so perhaps that is why ours got so infested.

To those considering staying here, make sure you are on an upper floor; there were a few upstairs rooms.

The only redeeming aspect to our stay there was the price, we got it at a rock-bottom 60 EUROS a room (about a third of their usual rate). If it had not been for the millipedes, it would have been a pleasant place to stay in.

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Gamik
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Stayed: June 2018, traveled as a couple
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