Hotel Byron, in Nafplio, took its name in honor of the great philhellene and romantic poet George Gordon Byron. The hotel is located in Nafplion between two very important churches, Agios Spyridon, once the first metropolis of the newly established state and the Catholic church that houses the Philippine monument.
At the time when Nafplio was the capital, the Byron Hotel building has also been used as an embassy. Then until the beginning of the Second World War there was one of the city's mansions.
From 1945 until the change, it was rented mainly to poor families. In 1986 it was renovated and functions as a traditional two star hotel, hosting many personalities.
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Byron Hotel consists of two buildings on two levels. The first building, which is located on Kapodistriou street, is a two-storeyed paved and has comfortable rooms of 30-40 square, triple and quadruple rooms. In the first building of the Byron Hotel, wood is the predominant material in the room, and antiques and classic furniture are not omitted. The second building, which is central, with golden gold, is the hotel's reception area and breakfast room. Here the marble dominates, while the spirit of decoration goes hand in hand with the name of the hotel. There are single and double rooms overlooking the city with the sea and the castles with all the comforts for a comfortable stay.