Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Greek and Mediterranean fare
Pool with views
Only when you book with Chic
Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
Room upgrade (subject to availability)
Overlooking the bay of Plytra in the southeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula, Princess Kyniska Suites has gorgeous views throughout and is an all-suite property.
Start the evening with a cocktail at the Al PaYia pool bar before heading to the restaurant for Greek and Mediterranean fare. And come morning, enjoy a plentiful breakfast out on the terrace.
Breathtaking views, furnished balconies and calming colours with notes of lilac and lemon are what you'll find when staying in one of the spacious suites. The Superior category sleeps up to 4 people, and the Garden rooms house 4 guests. Enjoy views either to the grounds or out to the sea.
This tranquil retreat is an excellent base for exploring the surroundings of Karavostasi and soaking up the natural beauty of the area. But equally, if you prefer to stay put, the impressive hotel pool is the perfect spot to soak up some rays while admiring the sea views. There's also an on-site spa and a gym.
One of the best day trips is to Kyparissi, just an hour away by car. Made up of three settlements, it has just 350 residents and feels a world away from everyday life. Spend some time at the two unspoilt beaches with lovely clear waters, and when the sun begins to set be sure to hike up the Cavo Mallia-Zompolo route – there are routes of varying difficulty, and on on clear day you'll be able to see the Cyclades islands.
We recommend you hire a car during your stay – there are plenty of places to explore. Less than an hour away is Punta beach where you can take a boat to the small island of Elafonisos, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Be sure to check out Simos beach with its fine white sand and sparkling shallow waters, ideal for kayaking, windsurfing and kite surfing. Scuba divers and snorkellers should head out to see Paulopetri, a submerged city dating back to the Bronze Age.