“Nissia” hotel complex is designed and built in the unique architectural heritage of the picturesque and highly cosmopolitan island resort of Spetses.
It incorporates a carefully restored early 20th-century building, which has been officially declared and listed as one of the islands most significant historic monuments, complimented by a number of newly-built high-calibre residences.
Created with taste and special care for every detail by combining tradition with modern times, is an ideal getaway!
On an island whose history has blessed with an array of highly interesting sights and glorious manors, and whose natural attractions keep visitors returning year-after-year, “Nissia” promises to make your stay an unforgettable experience.
The residences which include studios, suites, maisonettes and towers (situated in the two towers of the restored building) offer their guests a comfortable and memorable stay.
Every residence features:
…and in most residences, a fire place and a separate living /dining room.
Please note that pets are not allowed.
“Nissia” promises to make your stay an unforgettable experience. Our hotel facilities include:
the largest hotel pool in the island of Spetses, with a separate section for children
serving healthy quick snacks and refreshments, from morning till sundown
with billiard and ping-pong and board games!
In the 1920’s Dimitrios Daskalakis built a textile and spinning factory, which stopped operating after World War II. The facade of this factory still exists today. One can still see in the sea the ruins of the pier in front of the factory, which was used to ship in the cotton bales. The cotton was then turned into thread.
In the years that followed the factory was used as a power plant, producing electricity (DC), which was distributed to the houses of the island until the 1950’s when the National Electricity Company took over.
It was also used as an ice producing factory. The ice was mainly used to freeze the fish sent to the Piraeus fish market until the 1960’s.
In 1989, the destroyed and deserted building was bought by the Greek ship owner Andreas Kyrtatas from Andros island. The “factory” was restored with great care and gave its place to the “Nissia” traditional residences, which today are one of the loveliest holiday family resorts in Spetses.
“Nissia”, which in Greek means islands, took its name from the fact that each residence has the name of a Greek island. “Nissia” is not only characterized by the existence of the superbly restored original façade (which since 1985 has been declared by law as a preserved monument of the industrial architectural heritage of Greece by the late Melina Merkouri ex Minister of Culture), but also for the high quality of services it offers to its guests.