Kinsterna Hotel & Spa
Located within a private estate of 15 acres, Kinsterna Hotel & Spa is a luxury hideaway with Aegean views nestled into the hillsides of Monemvasia in the Peloponnese. The stunning rooms blend a contemporary style with traditional Grecian architecture.
At a Glance
Located in a picturesque hillside on the Peloponnese peninsula
Fantastic location for exploring nearby Sparta and Tripoli
Exceptional spa offering a variety of treatments and facilities including a purifying Hammam
Gourmet dining at the hotel's restaurants including their fantastic à la carte breakfast, not to be missed
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Kinsterna Hotel & Spa is a luxury hideaway nestled into the hillsides of Monemvasia in the Peloponnese with stunning views over the surrounding vineyards and the sparkling blue Aegean.
This rural hideaway has been lovingly restored offering a selection of beautiful rooms, suites and villas which blend a contemporary style with traditional Grecian architecture. Original features of the mansion are still exposed in the guest room walls, and the rustic décor is enhanced with modern touches. The hotel's swimming pool is unique, like a castle moat it surrounds the outside of the hotel, while the grounds offer guests private corners in which to relax and enjoy the sea views.
The Kinsterna Spa is located in a secluded, quiet part of the hotel, featuring a purifying steam bath, temperature controlled whirlpool, wet and dry treatment rooms and razul and water paradise cabins. The spa list offers a wide variety of treatments from those looking for a simple massage to those wanting more specialist care and attention.
Kinsterna Hotel & Spa is a perfect year-round getaway. It is an ideal base to explore the surrounding region, which boasts the famous historical towns of Sparta and Tripoli. For those happy to explore, the region offers stunning small beaches waiting to be discovered, and the renowned beach of Simos is a short drive away. The hotel offers something for everyone whether it be relaxation or the chance to discover ancient archaeological sites.
Rooms at Kinsterna are decorated in an elegant rustic style, with local touches such as the locally-produced lace which adorns the headboards. The neutral palette allows for a calming atmosphere, and makes for a soothing retreat away from the heat of the day. There are also two villas at Kinsterna with a shared pool, perfect for those looking for a little privacy away from the main mansion building.
With their stone arches and vaulted domes, the Byzantine Suites are truly beautiful spaces, measuring an average of 30 sqm. Some have warm fireplaces for cool evenings, while others have private outdoor terraces.
The Junior Suites at Kinsterna are spacious and sophisticated, some boasting fireplaces while others have their own terraces. With some original features still encased in the walls, the Junior Suites are full of character. Junior Suites measure on average 30 sqm.
Deluxe Suites are a minimum of 35 sqm, with separate bedroom and living area. The upper-floor suite boasts views of the Aegean Sea and Monemvasia, while the lower-floor suite is located near the pool and is only available for adults.
The Kinsterna Suites all offer views of the sea and the vineyards, while some have their own private balconies. The living spaces are large and some have their own fireplaces. Kinsterna Suites measure an average of 45 sqm.
The Premium Residences measure 40 sqm, with lovely views of the gardens or the sea. Some have their own balcony or veranda, while others have walk-in closets.
Measuring 50 sqm, the Deluxe Residences are spacious and each has its own terrace - one of which has a private Jacuzzi.
Garden Residences at Kinsterna boast their own private terraces complete with gardens. Measuring 55 sqm, Garden Residences are spacious and come with a fireplace, walk-in rain shower and large bathtub.
The Master Residences are two-bedroom apartments measuring a spacious 100 sqm. Each has its own terrace, as well as two bathrooms - perfect for families or groups of friends.
For those looking for a little more privacy, the two villas at Kinsterna are the perfect option. The villas are located within the beautiful gardens, and share a pool. Separate dining areas allow for private meals courtesy of the Kinsterna chef.
Children of all ages are welcome to stay at Kinsterna Hotel & Spa. The hotel can supply cots and extra beds for children. There is also a babysitting service available if you would like some time out for yourselves.
Kinsterna offers a variety of dining options. First is the gourmet Kinsterna restaurant, which spills out onto the hotel's stunning courtyard, surrounded by the internal water feature and offering impressive sea views. It offers a memorable experience under the stars and the food is a mix of dishes inspired by Greek and Mediterranean cuisine. During the winter months, meals are served around the fireplace in the hotel’s cosy indoor restaurant. Second is the Belvedere, the hotel's main bar, a romantic spot for a little champagne or sipping a morning coffee with a pastry. Third is the Pool Bar, a relaxing, shaded spot which serves a simple menu offering sandwiches and signature burgers, healthy salads and snacks. Finally, the Taverna, which is open twice a week during the summer months, serves the most authentic Greek dishes, with fresh seafood and Peloponnesian delicacies.
During your stay at Kinsterna Hotel & Spa you could visit the local vineyards and become involved in some grape crushing or take part in bread making which is made in an outdoor stove every Saturday. A visit to Monemvasia’s Castle is not to be missed, nor is an exploration of the fortress town's bars, boutiques and restaurant. There are many beaches nearby where you may be able to partake in watersports.
Location & Directions
Kinsterna Hotel & Spa is located in Agios Stefanos, 7 kilometers southwest of the castle of Monemvasia and only 1 kilometer from the sea. The city of Monemvasia is located on the southeastern tip of the Peloponnese, some 80 kilometers south of the historic city of Sparta.
When to go
The climate in Greece is warm and sunny for the majority of the year with the risk of the odd shower of rain and some cooler periods over the winter. From April/May onwards the weather settles but it can sometimes be cool in the evenings. By mid/end of May, the weather generally settles in a pattern of long hot sunny days and balmy evenings especially in July and August when it can be very hot. Rain is unlikely but it can happen from time to time. May to October are particularly pleasurable months.