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Harmony Rooms in Nafplio (or Nafplion, A'Napli, Nauplie, Nauplio Nafplia, Navplion) is a new hotel (finished in June 2011) in the Argolida county of the Peloponnese with all modern amenities, a touch of luxury and spectacular, panoramic views of the whole of Nafplio across the sea including the castles of Bourtzi in the harbour, Palamidi high up on the hill and Acronafplia.
With twelve rooms in total, Harmony Rooms offers accommodation with private parking, in Nafplio town centre. To make your stay as comfortable as possible we designed and decorated each room with a unique character and colours and equipped them with all the comforts required for a relaxing stay in Nafplio.
The buffet breakfast at Harmony is a feast with a rich variety of fresh ingredients every morning giving you a great start to the day.
Nafplio, the first capital of Greece after its liberation, is a pretty, cosmopolitan town steeped in history with beautiful architecture, historical monuments, narrow streets in the old town and offers a great variety of activities all year round. It is a popular place for people of all ages both weekenders and people spending their summer holidays in Greece relaxing at one of the beaches (Karathona or Arvanitia) or winter breaks sightseeing. Nafplio is the crossroad for three major archeaological places: Mycenae (20km), the ancient theatre of Epidaurus (25km) and Tiryntha (3km).
Reasons to make Harmony Rooms your choice for accommodation in Greece:
- Location (one of the most beautiful towns in Greece with easy access from Athens)
- Luxury/prices (luxurious rooms at reasonable prices giving great value for money)
- The view (there is no other accommodation in Nafplio with a more spectacular panoramic view)
- Parking (one of the few hotels in Nafplion to offer parking to its guests
- Breakfast (possibly the richest in town!)
- WiFi Zone (free wifi zone!)
Visit Harmony Luxury Rooms for a taste of true Greek Hospitality and the view from our "window to the beautiful town of Nafplio" built on the site where King Otto first arrived in 1833