Amalia Hotel Nafplio

Nafplion was the first official capital of Greece at the beginning of the 19th century. The old town has an amazing beauty that combines centuries of history through ancient, byzantine and modern times.

Amalia Hotel Nauplia has been built with respect to the town’s culture and architecture, a neoclassical building set in spacious surroundings, enclosed by beautiful gardens with palm trees and flowers.

The 170 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and one suite are set in three levels amongst spacious lobby areas, the atrium, wide corridors and share views of Palamidi Fortress, the sea or the hotel’s green gardens. All reception areas, the grand lobby, the salons with the fire places and sitting areas are enhanced with elegant fittings and furnishings.

The Hotel offers a variety of outlets such as the café between the atrium and the pool, a pleasant all day venue, the lounge and piano bar, with its comfortable sofas and fire place along with the summer veranda. Additionally on the ground level the main restaurant offer views to the gardens and serves all 3 meals. 

The large swimming pool is just one of this hotel’s highlights where guests can relax and enjoy refreshments, cocktails or light snacks

The hotel has completed an extensive renovation in 2008 and has embodied latest ecological technologies to become a “green” hotel, part of Amalia Hotel Group's commitment for energy saving and environmental protection.

The Hotel offers 170 well appointed guest rooms and one suite, laid in three levels, with views of Palamidi Fortress, the sea or the beautiful green gardens. The key elements are space, comfort and modern decoration with a classic touch. Light oak furniture is complimented by golden beige upholsters and flowery fabrics. All guest rooms have natural light through windows, terrace or balconies, are fully air-conditioned / heated and offer all necessary amenities and services for a pleasant and comfortable stay.

Address: Nafplio, Peloponnese

Phone: (+30) 210 60-72-000

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