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Hotel "Lakmos" is located in Prosilio village, on the slope of Peristeri Mount (Lakmos). The business operates since the July of 2012 under the direction of mr. Nikolaos Galanis.
It is a 3star hotel, in a traditional building and offers high quality services, while in the same place there is also a restaurant and café - bar.
The place is also available for events because it has a hall with capacity of 250 persons. The people of the hotel are ready to welcome you and make yous stay comfortable and pleasant.
Double Room with Fireplace - up to 2 guests
This double room features a balcony and fireplace. Please note that the use of fireplace is available on request and at the extra charge of EUR 10 per night. Guests who would like to use the fireplace are kindly requested to let the property know at least 1 day in advance.
Triple Room with Fireplace - up to 3 guests
This triple room has a fireplace, soundproofing and mountain view. Please note that the use of fireplace is available on request and at the extra charge of EUR 10 per night. Guests who would like to use the fireplace are kindly requested to let the property know at least 1 day in advance.
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