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King Alexander Hotel

Address: 68, K. Karamanli Street, Macedonia, Florina, Greece
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King Alexander Hotel

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The hotel provides modern and comfortable rooms to make your vacation a pleasant one. There are also other facilities for the needs of each customer- such as; a restaurant- a bar- parking place- room service- disabled accessibility- breakfast- reception and laundry. Our trained and friendly staff will try to make you feel comfortable- to offer you the best services. We put at your disposal comfortable rooms single- double- triple with Satellite television- shower- central heating- room service- breakfast included in the price of the room- phone- radio and balcony. No matter which room you choose- you can be sure for the comfort and the service you expect from our hotel. Enjoy your meal at the restaurant of the hotel where you can find a big variety of choice of Menu. You can also spend relaxing evenings at the bar and have a drink. Because the hotel is located in the town of Florina- you have the possibility to visit many culture and art centers such as Florina Archeological Museum built in the years 1963-1969- The Museum of Modern Art 200 paintings- sculptures and engravings- Byzantine Museum- Art Gallery of Florina. But there are other choices for you like having a visit to the Monastery of St. Avgoustinos or to admire the beauty of Prespa Lakes and Natural Park- Psarad. Do not forget to spend some time at Xino Nero Spa.

A credit card is required to secure the reservation. You have up to 3 days prior to arrival to cancel the reservation without charge. If the reservation is cancelled within 72 hours prior to arrival you will be charged 1 night stay. Same day cancellations, no shows or early check out will result in 1 night charge. Payment: credit card will be charged on arrival day.
Check in: 13:00
Check out: 11:00
'In order to confirm your booking, we require a valid credit card. If there is a problem with your card, we may need to contact you to verify your card. If you do not reply to our email within 2 business days your booking may be canceled as a result.'
 

Located Near


Prespa National Park Byzantine and Post Byzantine Churches of Prespa Archaeological Area of Petron Byzantine and Post Byzantine Monuments Askitario Mikri Prespa Withdrawal-Ski Resort - Lyncestis or Lygkos is the ancient name of the region of Florina. Early cities were Heraclea (near Florina), the Kelly (now Kelly) and Vevi. The Lyncestis was an autonomous state with dynastic house relative to Bacchiadae Canal, until subdued by the Philip II, father of Alexander the Great and annexed the kingdom of Macedonia (Macedonians of ��� eisin and Lygkistai 'Thouk., B, 99). Before the descent of the Dorians, Bruges lived in Prespa. At the junction of the ridges of Varnountas and Bern, 19 km west of the town of Florina and at an altitude of 1600-1900m. formed neck, where the crossing Vigla - PISODERI. In this wonderful location in a magnificent forest of oaks, is one of the best ski resorts in Greece. - Archaeological Sites - Byzantine and Post CHURCHES OF BEANS The most important monument of the area is the church founded by Samuel, a three-aisle basilica, dedicated to his son Achillion, the namesake island of Little Prespa (10th century). The island of St. Achilles, in addition to the Royal rescued: Ruins of the Church of the Apostles, on the outskirts of the west shore of the island, from 11th to 12th century. The church of Agios Dimitrios in the south - west of the Basilica of St. Achilles, which dates to the 14th century. The single-nave church aisle of St. George, which is still used today as a cemetery church of the inhabitants, has preserved frescoes of the 15th century. At the southern tip of the island, the monastery of Panagia purple, which dates back to mid 16th century. - Archaeological Site of Stones The ancient town situated on the western shore of Lake Petron is the best known and systematically researched archaeological site of the county. Located close to the Egnatia Road and the depth of the fertile valley Amyndeo. Found in an area of fifteen to twenty hectares in place Gkrantista 1.5 km northwest of Petron, since 1913, when Nicholas Papadakis recorded and published the inscription on the wall in the church of St. Nicholas.

Facilities

Breakfast:
  • - Included
- Parking
- Bar - Restaurant
- Hair Dryer - Laundry/Dry Cleaning
- Elevator - Wheelchair Accessible