FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions


Why to visit Argos?
Having established itself as the oldest city in Greece, Argos is an ideal destination for anyone who is interested in Greek history and archeology.
The archaelogical findings available are innumerable and date back to various periods of Greek history. Within easy reach of the Palladion Boutique Hotel, you can wander the Ancient Market, admire the architecture of the Ancient Theater of Argos and climb up to the Castle of Larissa where you will admire the view of the whole city.
At the renewed main square, you can go shopping in local stores, try the local cuisine at “warm” taverns-restaurants and admire the famous Church of Saint Peter of Argos. Do not forget to stop at some of the cafes that surround the central square!
At the lobby of Palladion Boutique Hotel you can find brochures and guides of the area. Our friendly staff can also help you anytime!

When is the best time to visit Argos?

Argos can be the best choice throughout the year as it is a source of cultural tourism. It gives you the opportunity to visit the local monuments and museums of the city as well as the nearby archaeological sites such as Mycenae.
Especially in the summer, the privileged position of the Palladion Boutique Hotel in the center of Argos will give you the opportunity to take excursions to nearby coastal areas such as Nafplio.
Experience unique moments of cultural exploration in Argos!

Is there a public transport from your hotel to the wider area?

Opposite to the Palladion Boutique Hotel a taxi rank operates 24/7. There is also local transport that can take you to the surrounding areas. The bus stop is just a few meters from the hotel entrance.
For whatever you need, please contact our reception staff for information and advice.
Discover the sights of Argos and the surrounding areas!

How to get to Palladion Boutique Hotel in Argos?

The Palladion Boutique Hotel is located in Argos’s central square, so finding it is not hard at all. But how do you get to Argos?
Starting from Eleftherios Venizelos Airport in Athens, take the A8 (Olympia Odos) motorway to Corinth, Patras, Pyrgos.
Immediately after Corinth there is a fork: leave the road that continues to Patras and take the left branch, the A7 motorway (Morae) to Tripoli, Megalopolis, Kalamata.
Leave the Sternas hill (exit Sternas) and follow the signs for Argos. Those who start from Patras or Tripoli or Kalamata follow in the opposite direction.
Those coming from northern Greece should take the route Lamia – Kamena Vourla – Ag. Konstantinos – Thiva – Elefsina – Corinth and not Lamia – Braalos – Amfissa – Galaxidi – Nafpaktos – Rio / Antirion bridge – Aegio – Corinth.
Alternatively, for those who do not drive, you can travel with the interurban KTEL of Argolida after you are informed about the schedule through its website. Palladion Boutique Hotel will pick you up from the KTEL station (Terminal).

Is parking available at Palladion Boutique Hotel?

You will find parking available along the entrance to the Palladion Boutique Hotel. Alternatively, there is a parking lot next to the hotel with a daily charge of 5 EUR.

Is there Wi-Fi in the hotel?

Palladion Boutique Hotel offers free internet access in your room and throughout the hotel.

Is there a possibility of early check-in / late check-out?

Yes, but you should first contact a receptionist at Palladion Boutique Hotel’s lobby.

Does Palladion Boutique Hotel provide some additional services (eg spa services)?

Some additional services are available upon request, such as:
hairdresser facial / body massage and care gym

Can I rent a car from your hotel?

Of course, contact the receptionist and they will help you find the car you wish to rent. If you need to make any reservations before arriving at the hotel you can send us an email at info@palladion-hotel.gr.

What services does Palladion Boutique Hotel offer for kids?

Palladion Boutique Hotel offers a babysitting service upon request.

Are pets allowed in the hotel?

Unfortunately, Palladion Boutique Hotel does not allow pets in its facility.