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There are voyagers with a higher sense of aesthetics, seeking for distinct resorts, outstanding locations…unique holidays.Palladion Boutique Hotel has been created with natural materials and respecting the environment.
Its discreet luxury, warm hospitality and strategic location render it an ideal choice for a variety of excursive get-aways.

Are you looking for relaxation or action vacations? Would you opt for a visit to a site of archaeological importance or a local winery taste course? When it comes to Palladion Boutique Hotel there is no need to worry about choices…you can simply combine it all!
Located in the heart of the city of Argos, this hotel is an exquisite example of unhurried luxury, complemented by a high dergree of personalized service.
Guests rooms provide every modern convenience including free internet and state-of-the-art amenities that make the hotel one of the most delightfull destinations in the peloponnese. The Palladion Boutique Hotel stands out for its friendly service and professional conduct of all members of staff …
The Palladion Hotel is located only 12 km . from Nafplion.


With a population of approximately 24.500, Argos is the largest city of the Argolida Prefecture, within a small distance from Nafplio and the ancient Tiryntha. A modern city, it is fast developing in many sectors, with a great commercial, industrial and agricultural activity.

How to get there
Argos is 120 km far from Athens. You may get there by car, taking the Athens-Corinth highway and then the Corinth-Tripoli highway, turning left to Argos after about 12 km. There are also frequent buses from Athens (KTEL tel. no:

A glimpse of the past
With centuries of history behind it, it is one of the oldest cities in Greece. The first traces of population in the area are to be found by the end of the 3rd millennium BC. The legendary Egyptian hero Inachos was the founder and first king of the city. He introduced the art of vitrification, cloth making and agriculture. During his reign, Argos knew great prosperity and the inhabitants named Argos and the whole of Peloponnese “land of Inachos”. According to Homer’s epics, Diomedes represented the city in the Trojan War.