Kroton

Attuale Città di Crotone (KR)
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  • b&b magna grecia lamezia terme
  • b&b magna grecia lamezia terme
  • b&b magna grecia lamezia terme
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Kroton

Start From€25.00 / Night
10 m²
1 guest
private external bathroom
Balcony overlooking the pool
Free
free transfer

The Kroton room of b&b Magna Grecia located on the 1st floor (accessible by stairs), has 1 single bed treated with hypoallergenic solutions and has a private external bathroom.

Equipped with hot / cold air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, wardrobe / wardrobe, towels, a balcony and a mosquito net overlooking the pool. Access to the swimming pool and shared kitchen are free.

Space

Guests max : 1
Dimensions : 10 m²
Bed : 1 Single
Bathroom : Private External

Check In : 14:00 
Check Out : 10:30
Breakfast : Included (Italian buffet)
Analergic Solutions : Yes

Services

Wifi : Free
Room Cleaning : Daily
Towels : Yes (change every 2 days)
Sheets : Yes

Parking : Yes (Sercured parking)
Swimming pool access : Yes
Air Conditioning : Yes
Flat-Screen TV : Yes

Extra

Airport/Station Shuttle : Free
Lunch : No
Dinner : € 15,00 (on request)

Towels Change : € 5,00
Iron : Free (on request)
Animals: Yes (pension in box)

History

Crotone (in greek Κρότων), Cutroni in dialect) is an Italian town of 60,884 inhabitants. It has a metropolitan area of 123,937 inhabitants. It is the fifth municipality in the region for the population and the sixth area.

The city of Crotone was founded by Greek colonists from the region of Achaia in the third quarter of the eighth century BC, the site of a pre-existing indigenous settlement and was one of the most important centers of Ancient Greece.

The old town is developed in a maze of narrow streets and squares to the Cathedral and the central square Pythagoras, the contact point between cities “old” and “new”.

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