The best boutique hotels in Paros

Paros remains to be one of the most authentic and beautiful Greek islands, a place to experience a relaxed island lifestyle, pristine beaches, fascinating culture and culinary flavours.

Parocks Paros

Located on the  cliffside of the quieter east coast of the island, Parocks Paros is a beautiful retreat overlooking the Aegean Sea, offering guests the chance to explore the island or relax in total tranquility.

The property blends into its rocky surroundings thanks to its local architecture and respect for the surrounding environment. Guests can immerse themselves in traditional Cycladic luxury in rooms with either a private pool or open-air Jacuzzi. The minimalist decor offers visitors the chance to focus on the incredible views and peaceful atmosphere without too much fuss or unnecessary ornamentation.

The Parocks Restaurant is the perfect way to end the day and a place to indulge in rich Greek flavours that help to make each dish so delicious.

The on-site spa is the ideal place to lose oneself in, a true oasis of rejuvenation and wellness with an indoor pool, steam room, sauna, treatment rooms and fitness facilities.

Prices start at £242 per night

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Parīlio

Parīlio is a beautiful, intimate boutique hotel located on north-western corner of the island. Each of the 33 suites remain in keeping with the island’s distinctive character and architecture, using an earthy colour palette and natural materials.

The Sun Suite makes the perfect romantic getaway with its own sun-drenched private pool, king-size bed, large bathroom and sunset views.

Parīlio is immersed in natural beauty, offering an authentic and Greek experience alongside a much slower pace of living. Despite its small size, there is a fitness studio as well as the Elios Spa where guests can fully embrace the relaxation that the island of Paros always offers.

Prices start at £270 per night

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Summer Senses

5 star boutique luxury for adult couples and families alike, Summer Senses encompasses everything that is great about island life. Sweet orange blossoms and bougainvillea fill the air whilst the gentle crash of the Mediterranean sea lulls you into a peaceful state of mind.

The beach is just a 2 minute walk away meaning guests can relax beach side or by the pool depending on their preference. There is plenty to do, including kitesurfing, fine dining, taking a dip in one of the two pools, or heading out and exploring other parts of the island.

The hotel might be small but there are a number of venues to enjoy delicious, fresh food. Galazia Hytra servies fine dining dishe sin collaboration with Michelin star restaurant Hytra in Athens.

Classic Greek recipes have been updated and modernised, with the menu featuring dishes such as Traditional moussaka with a twist, Cherry tomatoes with fragrant strawberries, tsalafouti cheese, olive biscuit and avocado, and Slow cooked lamb with new harvest potatoes, white eggplant cream and garden vegetables.

Prices start at £150 per night

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The Rooster

Located in Antiparos, a smaller island to the south west of Paros, the Rooster blends in seamlessly  with its rugged natural surroundings and incredible Aegean Sea views.

The property has a strong push towards wellness and offers a place to completely unwind and reconnect with nature, the 16 houses have been built to blend in rather than stand out. Al fresco showers come as standard in each suite alongside beautiful personal touches and a private pool.

Available activities include hiking, complimentary yoga, culinary experiences, PADI diving excursions, and more. The on site The House of Healing offers Ayurvedic treatments, reiki, and Qi Gong sessions that are designed to make you feel good and deeply refreshed.

Prices start at £533 per night

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Mr and Mrs White

Laid back and simple, Mr and Mrs White takes modern facilities and blends them with the Ancient Greek tradition of hospitality. The property sits atop a small hill, offering ample space due to not being in the confines to a town, yet is just a stone’s throw from the beautiful fishing town of Naoussa.

Each room has been decorated in keeping with the Cycladic architecture and design, some with sea views, garden views or pool views. The isolation means a peaceful nights sleep and a quiet day by the pool before grabbing a cab and heading into Naoussa for sunset drinks and an authentic Greek dinner.

Mr and Mrs White offers a more affordable boutique experience on an island that is becoming increasingly more expensive.

Prices start at £99 per night

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