W Hotels makes Greek debut with opening of W Costa Navarino


W Hotels is making its entrance into Greece for the first time with the opening of the W Costa Navarino in the Navarino Waterfront resort in the Messinia Region of Greece, roughly a 40 minute drive from Kalamata Airport. 

The new 13-hectare beachfront property opened on August 11 with accommodation including the Fabulous Infinity Swim Up rooms, which offer direct access to one of the pools, and the Spectacular Panorama rooms. 

Greek architects Tombazis and Associates used natural materials such as stone, wood and reed in the production of the property all while using weaving in elements that are inspired by the region’s traditional architecture. 

The resort offers multiple dining options such as Platia, which is the hotel’s take on a local Greek deli food market, serving food and drinks throughout the day. 

Drinks can be found at the various bars located on the resort such as The Between bar which is designed to be visited at sunset, with cocktails and a predominantly raw dinner offering live DJ performances, and the brands signature W Lounge which is open all day. 

W Costa Navarino. Photo: W Hotels website




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