Built in an old, eighteenth-century convent, Orloff Boutique Hotel still retains a sense of calmness and uniqueness.
- This exquisitely converted townhouse dates back to 1796 when Count Orloff of Russia decided to have a holiday home on Hydra. He and his family kept and inhabited the house for over 100 years
- Just 10 rooms and suites, each unique in layout but with similar antique furnishings. All rooms are spread around the secluded courtyard of whitewashed stone with cornflower-blue shutters
- Some of them have tiny private terraces or patios – Unit 4 offers a distant sea view over the garden and belfries of the cathedral church. It fits parents downstairs and two kids up in the loft.
- Wake up each morning to a homemade breakfast of local treats – the marmalade is made from orange trees in the Orloff’s garden and the home-made cake changes daily