When at Regno Di Morea Boutique Hotel expect authenticity. The original façade has been restored and 8 rooms have been carved out of a former townhouse, keeping alive the genuine feeling of being at home, not a hotel.
Our interiors respectfully celebrate the local architecture but combine it with contemporary, minimal design and all sorts of modern comforts. Be it the heated bathroom floors or the contactless elevator, we made our own rules when it comes to fusing old with new. We wanted to provide the amenities of a high-end hotel, without all the frills. Reception shares space with a wine bar that is all about the vino and has an all-day menu that is delicious yet unfussy.
Being our guest is an honour; we are Greeks after all! We wanted everyone to enjoy our privileges no matter how big the room they booked is. We take pride in our “here for you” attitude and we set our personal bar high every single day. Regno Di Morea is all about high quality service that doesn’t feel phony or like a well-written modus operandi. We genuinely care. About you, about the environment, about our staff’s wellbeing and growth, about our local community – and that is the backbone of our entire operation.
The Nafplio Old Town channels timeless, full-of-character beauty oozing charm and elegance yet somehow it remains effortless and casual. It spreads over the rock of Acronafplia, overlooking the Argolic Gulf and lures visitors with its allure and sense of cosmopolitanism. A truly historical city, Nafplio was once the capital of the newly-established Greek State following the Greek Revolution.
Notice how our brand name pays homage to the importance and heritage of the region, the original Regno Di Morea? Ideal for those who enjoy wandering around cobblestone streets and ducking under bougainvillea archways, Nafplio is all about traditional architecture.
Look around and you will see the visual harmony for yourself; traditional two story, pastel-hued townhouses with their terracotta-colored rooftops and petite balconies. Enjoy a sun-soaked walk across the promenade, breathing the salty smell of the sea and grab a cone from one of the many gelaterias.
Once you’ve basked in the feel of the old Town visit one of the stone-built Fortresses like Plamidi or Boutzi which tops a small islet across the Nafplio port or one of the Town’s Museums. History buffs are drawn by the nearby attractions like the UNESCO World Heritage Archeological Sites of Myceanae and Tiryns.