Located in a part of Greece steeped in history and surrounded by lush olive groves, vineyards and secluded coves, The Romanos stretches along the beautiful and uncrowded Dunes Beach making it the perfect place to unwind and enjoy everything this part of the Peloponnese has to offer. It is an area largely untouched by mass tourism and has won many awards, including the National Geographic "Best 20 Locations in the World to Visit".
More contemporary in style than its sister resort The Westin, The Romanos offers guests space, luxury and enhanced services. The resort uses natural materials that blend in perfectly with the surrounding landscape. There is accommodation to suit both families and couples, with seafront villas and many rooms with interconnecting options.
The main hub of the resort is the Agora, (which it shares with The Westin). Based on the ancient Greek tradition of a meeting place and with its own amphitheater, it's full of boutiques, restaurants, cafés and bars, and has a lively and vibrant village feel. There is also the beautiful Anazoe Spa, if you want to a luxury treatment or spend the day unwinding with a good book.
The sports facilities both on land and water are outstanding. At either end of the beach, there's a vast selection of equipment available for guests to use, from surfing to kayaking, golf or tennis, you can be as busy or as relaxed as you choose to be. Costa Navarino has two 18 hole signature golf courses, so easily accessible to guests of both hotels.