Featured amongst the 65 Best New Hotels in Conde Nast Traveller’s Hot List 2011, Kinsterna Hotel offers boutique accommodation with privileged views of the castle of Monemvasia and the endless blue of the Aegean. Set within a restored Byzantine mansion, the suites and rooms have been authentically furnished and designed to reflect the building’s history.
All rooms are individually designed and equipped to the finest detail; flat screen TVs, branded bathroom amenities, bathrobes and slippers, heated towel rack, scales, pillow menu and internet connection are standard. Guests can start their day with a Greek Breakfast with delectable in-season products coming mostly from the mansion’s gardens, such as virgin olive oil, citrus fruits and vegetables. The gourmet restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine using hand-picked ingredients with contemporary twists, whereas the appealing Spa offers a variety of treatments including a traditional hammam. A restaurant offering more casual dining options is also available.
Kinsterna Hotel features a truly unique signature swimming pool. The freshwater spring emerges from the basement and eventually forms a river-like swimming pool with private relaxation areas. A swimming pool solely available to families with children is also featured. The pool bar serves delicious salads, sandwiches, cocktails and fresh fruit juices in a relaxing and inspiring setting.
Monuments from every period of the eventful Peloponnesian history, great archeological sites such as ancient Olympia, Epidaurus, Mycenae and Tirynth, Byzantine churches, unique settlements and amazing castles, natural beauties such as mountains, forests, rivers and caves surrounded by the sea, beautiful beaches, sandy and smooth coasts on the west – rocky and dentelated on the east, make this part of Greek land ideal for holidays, touring, sports and connecting to the history and culture.
It is not accidental that especially during the summer season many tourists arrive in Peloponnese from all over the world to travel around it. Such trip is very popular and well known. Peloponnese with its gulfs in Korinthos, Patras, Saronic, Messinia, Argolida and Laconia looks like a plane tree leaf and that is why it was formerly called “Morias”. It has dry climate on the east, cold, snow and rich vegetation in its central and mountainous parts and rain and heat on the west.
Special diet menus
Full body massage
Make up services
24/7 Concierge Services
Daily maid service
24-hour front desk