Konstantinos Palaiologos Hotel is a 4-star hotel in the Patras coastal resort in South Greece. Situated on the foothills of Mount Panachaikon, and overlooking the Bay of Patras, this hotel with multilingual staff welcomes you in its traditional neoclassic building where beauty blends with modern amenities. Patras is the ideal location for beach lovers and history buffs alike. Visiting the Konstantinos Palaiologos Hotel in Patras is like stepping back in time: the hotel was built in the 19th century and restored in 2002, and is fully equipped with all the modern necessities to satisfy the needs of the most demanding customers. The Konstantinos Palaiologos Hotel offers travelers a little piece of relaxation and rest in the beautiful and breathtaking surroundings of old antiquity: the main hall of Palaiologos still has the original 1880 flooring and is perfect for business travelers in Patras who want to organize conferences with all the up-to date equipment in our conference center. The Konstantinos Palaiologos Hotel is centrally located in the junction of the two main but quiet streets of Patras, bearing witness of everyday life in the city. In the immediate surroundings of the hotel you’ll find major tourist attractions, such as City Hall and George the 1st square. The hotel Konstantinos Palaiologos faces Gerokostopoulou Street, which leads to the George the 1st square with its beautiful fountains and magnificent Venetian theater built in 1872. It is also a stone’s throw away from the City Port and the Central Bus Station. Computer services, hairdressing services, babysitting, dry cleaning are among the facilities offered.
Beautiful hotel with awesome wooden floor and amazing furniture. Huge and the most comfortable bed ever!
Small bathroom, small shower cabin, there is no need in such a hydromassage cabin.
Many thanks to the staff, very polite and helpful
No reception, or bar. Very poor standard for a 4 star (supposedly) hotel
The hotel is located in the centre of Patras. The room was clean and comfortable.
There was no elevator in the hotel and it was difficult to carry our baggages to the first floor where all the rooms were located. The breakfast was poor and it was served at Hotel Byzantinon (50 m distance from Konstantinos Palaiologos). The bathroom was clean but very small.
Reception staff were excellent - informative and friendly.