ADIANDI HOTEL Plan today your next most delightful holiday with us CAFÉ ADIANDI In the cozy breakfast room we receive our guests EXPERIENCES We are captivated by the romantic old town with its picturesque streets HOME IS Creative, artistic, made with enthusiasm and good taste DISCOVER Τhe Adiandi is located in the centre of the Old Town HOSPITALITY Discover authentic Greek hospitality in the Adiandi Boutique Hotel BREAKFAST Delicious healthy breakfast just before wandering around the town

The Adiandi is located in the centre of the old town of Nafplion, 50 meters from the beach.


Enjoy exclusive services and benefits in the Adiandi Boutique Hotel in special price offers.


In the “Wild Duck” Restaurant, which is located 4 meters away from Adiandi Boutique Hotel, our guests can enjoy a homemade breakfast.

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    The Adiandi Hotel is a new alternative for contemporary travelers. It perfectly combines aesthetics, comfort and functionality. It is designed to attract art lovers of all ages. Guests will experience the combination of artistic and modern aesthetics, as expressed through the works of the Italian artist, Francesco Moretti. The Adiandi is located in the old town of Nafplion, 50 meters from the beach and the parking lot and in the same street as the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard. Near the hotel there are various beautiful shops, worry beads shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries.

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    In the cozy breakfast room we receive our guests in the morning, serving homemade breakfast, which we make in our place every day using our own produce.
    From our traditional, family creamery (from father to son) Nikolaos Stavropoulos in Agios Andrianos, Nafplion we take fresh butter, Gruyere cheese, feta cheese, cream cheese, yoghurt, all made from local sheep’s milk.
    The bread with yeast is made by the dearest mother-in-law, the mother of the owners, in a wood oven and the eggs are from her hens.
    We have only local honey. Sweet pies: orange pie, milk pie, chocolate pie, bougatsa, pancakes and vanilla-chocolate cake. Biscuits, cookies, bread sticks with carrot or gruyere cheese. Savory pies: tempelotyropita, spinach pie and omelet are made by me and the girls, who work at the hotel, well, usually by the girls. Homemade seasonal jams are made by Mum, my aunts and whoever has the will or the mood (guests included). I forgot…we have delicious Cretan ntakos, classic with tomato and our cheese and alternatively with cheese and tomato jam…just PERFECT! I make this jam myself as well as another with beetroot and green apple. Oh, I forgot to introduce myself, I am Demetra, the lovely wife (at least he says so) of one of the brother owners of the Adiandi and Amymone. The other brother, Nikos Stavropoulos makes our fantastic cheese.
    We also serve various seasonal fruit. You can have your favorite kind of coffee, tea and other herbs, fresh orange juice (the oranges are from our orchard and particularly the dowry provided by my father).
    We serve three kinds of cured meat and in heavy winter frumenty soup.
    Our breakfast is served on buffet from early in the morning till late at noon (for the Greeks who stay out late) in our breakfast room or in your room.
    In the café, from early in the morning until late at night, apart from breakfast you can enjoy your coffee, your drink or you can play board games with your companions or friends.

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    Nafplion is like a fairy tale. The romantic old town captivates us, with its picturesque streets and the Venetian buildings, but we ignore the mysterious backside of Nafplion, the one with the rocks and the prickly pears: a route for dreamers, lovers or loners during the day or night. This route we’ll discover, on a romantic walk, jogging or cycling.

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    Nafplion or Anapli, capital of the prefecture of Argolida, is one of the most well-known and beautiful towns in Greece. It is both an administrative and an important tourist center, busy throughout the year.According to mythology, the town has taken the name of its founder Nafplio, son of Poseidon and Amymone. During antiquity, Nafplion was actually overshadowed by Argos, having been used as its port since the 7th century BC.
    Since then, Nafplion was occupied by various conquerors: firstly the Franks, then the Venetians and finally the Turks. There was a little “interval” with the Second Venetian Domination. Masterpieces of the first Venetian Domination include the first castle of Toroni and Bourtzi.