A Luxury Collection Hotel
What it is
A new 40-room gem that epitomizes modernist Greek style, with two restaurants helmed by star chef Yiannis Kioroglou; a private beach club; and locally inspired spa.
What it isn't
Just sunning itself. Wellness activities here include yoga and meditation under the stars, and a Technogym-stocked fitness center with local Parian stone walls.
What we think
The architects behind Cosme (the Athens-based firm ID Laboratorium) were inspired by tradition—with a twist. So yes, you’ll find whitewashed walls and stone aplenty, reminiscent of nearby fishing villages. But you’ll also find thoroughly modern design elements—including a sculptural infinity pool and art pieces by regional rising artists like Christina Mandilari of Naked Summers. Guest rooms are as boundless-feeling as the sky here, thanks to roomy floor plans and restful neutral color palettes. Even the starter room category—Earth Suites—are large, at 376 square feet, with a walk-in rainshower and sitting spot, plus a terrace with an al fresco eating space. For an even more cinematic choice, we love the Ocean Suite—it overlooks the turquoise Aegean Sea from both your plush Luxury Collection bed and private terrace. Don’t miss at least one treatment at the spa; the pomegranate body scrub is worth a trip alone.
You're here because
The concierges can put together some eye-popping activities, whether you want to hop aboard the hotel’s own catamaran yacht or explore local festivals.
You’re sunkissed after a day on the private beach—and ready to kick up your heels. Thankfully, the menu at Parostià is up to the challenge. Tonight’s indulgence? Grilled king crab with citrus butter and fries with rosemary salt. What’s Greek for “heavenly”?
Restaurants & Bars
Volta - With choices ranging from smoothies made with Greek yogurt and fresh fruits to breakfast bowls and Greek kagianas eggs from Paros, Volta sets a joyful tone to start your day.
Parostià - Acts as the ultimate lunch and dinner spot, right on the beachfront
A waterfront perch facing the glass-clear waters of Agioi Anargyroi Beach. The ancient village of Naussa is a 15 minute walk (or 4 minute drive) away.