Our logo alludes to a delicate scene from the Odyssey depicting a rosette in a repeating pattern. It was inspired by Nafsica, whom Odysseus likens to a slender palm sapling in motion. “Good is the luck of your father and your respected mother; their souls will be delighted because of you– such a slender, young palm tree for them to gaze at as it enters the dance”.
In the beautiful Homeric verses, we can listen to a shipwrecked Odysseus wondering, “Woe, to what mortals’ country have I arrived"? As for you, you needn’t worry… You are in Santorini, an island of unique charm, myth, and culture. Homeric Poems Hotel is nestled just a ten-minute walk from Santorini’s capital Fira, in the ravishing village of Firostefani. This area we are blessed to call home boasts some of the island’s most spellbinding caldera views and traditional architecture, while a wealth of carefully-preserved shops, cafes and restaurants make it a delightful gem for visitors and locals alike.