The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort, Costa Navarino

  • Navarino Dunes,
  • Messinia
  • Costa Navarino,
  • 24001
  • Griechenland
  • Landkarte
 

Zimmer & Preise

Schließen

Kinder pro Zimmer

Diese Angaben ermöglichen es uns, die besten Zimmer für Sie zu ermitteln und Ihre Ankunft entsprechend vorzubereiten.

Informationen zu Zustellbetten und/oder Aufschlägen für weitere Personen finden Sie in den Zimmerbedingungen und Details.

Hinweis: In diesem Hotel gelten Gäste bis zum Alter von 12 Jahren als Kinder. Bitte passen Sie ggf. die Anzahl an Erwachsenen und Kindern an.
Informationen zu Zustellbetten und/oder Aufschlägen für weitere Personen finden Sie in den Zimmerbedingungen und Details.

Für Familien

In Gästezimmern ist die Übernachtung in vorhandenen Betten für Kinder bis einschließlich 3 Jahre kostenfrei. Für Kinder zwischen 4 und 12 Jahren wird eine Gebühr von 50,– EUR erhoben (Gebühr umfasst Zustellbett und Frühstück).In Suiten ist die Übernachtung in vorhandenen Betten für maximal zwei Kinder bis 12 Jahre kostenfrei. Für das Frühstück wird eine Gebühr erhoben.

Mindestalter

Um eine Reservierung vorzunehmen, müssen Gäste mindestens 18 Jahre alt sein und einen gültigen Ausweis vorlegen können.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top quality I spent 3 days at the Romanos for a business meeting and also had the opportunity to relax with the facilities. Everything was top quality, from the golf course to the outstanding basketball court September 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Staying for a wknd to Romanos Hotel -We wanted to go to INBI restaurant and it was fully booked for a private event on Saturday night and they didnt have even a table for people staying at the hotel. -wifi price - room is expensive for not having free wifi +Very nice room with comfotable bed delicious breakfast polite staff September 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by All round excellent Great rooms, facilities and setting. Food good staff hit and miss but would return . September 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Amazing location but... This is an amazing place that looks just a little bit better than the "too good to be true" pictures on the web site. The rooms are great and every place you look at you see beauty. One thing that will stay with me forever is the huge scented garden (the whole property actually). The kids facilities (cocoon for small children and sandcastle for older ones) are every bit as good as the ads. Unfortunately, this is somewhat spoiled by two serious issues: restaurants and service. The dinner options are very limited. We tried them all. You get the choice between overpriced bad italian, overpriced average libanese, an average greek place, a good value for money souvlaki place, and an exquisite but very pricy asian fusion place. Except if you can just live on the (really excellent) breakfasts and (delicious) icecream. A lot of issues with service. A couple of highlights: turning down service at 10:30 pm (great with sleeping kids), people getting in your room without knocking (twice), 10 minutes wait on average for a cup of tea at breakfast... In general the staff is willing and friendly but lack experience and supervision. I hope that the hotel will get this sorted out as it is really a wonderful place. July 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Staying at romanos Hotel facilities are excellent but improvement is required in the food/beverage quality. Prices are too high for avg meals. Wifi cannot be chargeable when room costs are so high September 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Everything nice but the Foods&Beverages prices To cut a long story short. Having previous experience in 5 or even 6 star resorts, this in average has met, and sometimes exceeded our expectations, BUT there is no escape from paying 80 euros per person for F&B everyday (having a free breakfast). My usual benchmark is the Greek Salad which costs in the resort minimum 15 euros (instead of 6 in an outside taverna) and the main course around 20 euros (usually much more). By the way, just for the record, it was the first time that I saw lobster at over 110 euros/kg in Greece.... The only alternative is souvlakia but you can't have it everyday. At the end of the day, we paid 400 euros/night for the room with the private "mini-pool" (try swimming...) we don't want to eat souvlakia everyday. We want to have some alternatives at a much more reasonable price. I respect and I guarrantee the quality of Inbu, for example, but you don't want to pay 70 euros/person for dinner everyday... This is the reason that we will think twice returning with our two children this time (4X80)=320 euros/day for F&B... You should have a couple of reasonably priced alternatives for F&B in the resort (25 euros/person)... July 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greek products in restaurants When I visit a hotel in Greece I expect to be served Greek products wherever possible. I do not want to have to buy Evian in your bar when there are excellent Greek waters everywhere else in the hotel. Give your customers a choice for a simple thing like this. July 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by EXCELLENT HOTEL Best stuff I have ever fount .Marvelous beach and a 5+ stars hotel,new and comfortable . Nice rooms,an unbelievable garden and privacy. The only negative is that the restaurants,the bars and all the other facilities are really costly .I suggest to think about the food prices again because if you stay inside you need 200 euros per couple / per day easily. July 6, 2014
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