14 sleekly peaceful suites (some with pools or jacuzzis) on a sheltered peninsula with sea views and a private cove”
Rooms are spread across two levels and are perfectly positioned to catch the sunset and stare out into the blue. They are modern and minimal with dreamy beds and either your own mini-pool or jacuzzi, garden with sunloungers or private terrace. The outdoor restaurant-bar is the heart of the hotel, forming part of the landscape with its granite and whitewashed walls, bamboo pergola and clever picture windows that shelter you from the wind. Relax on the sofas while sipping a cocktail or enjoy a breakfast smoothie while listening to the sea lapping the shore. There’s a sandy beach a short walk away and the hotel has its very own private (but rocky) cove. Best of all, the team running the suites really do make you feel like you’ve come home.
- The rooms with private pools or jacuzzis are gorgeous - definitely worth the extra cost
- Amazing sea views and a private cove for swimming and lapping up the sunshine
- 'Quiet hours' in the afternoon add to the relaxed vibe
- The hotel team are super friendly and full of insider tips
- Just a five-minute drive or a short cycle ride (bicycles available to borrow) from the magical whitewashed town of Naousa
- The outdoor spaces of the ground-floor rooms feel a little overlooked
- The evening bar menu is basic but one of the island’s best restaurants is a short walk away
- You'll need a car to get to the most idyllic beaches on the island
- No communal pool and no twin rooms
- An old power station nearby adds an industrial feel to the landscape
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Our top tips
- Boutique Hotel
- 14 rooms
- Breakfast + bar serving light snacks
- All ages welcome
- Closed: mid October - end April
- Spa Treatments
- Pet Friendly
- Disabled Access
- Beach Nearby
- Off-street Parking
- Restaurants Nearby
- Air Conditioning
- Guest Lounge
- Bicycles Available
Suites are definitely ‘comfy’ here, with dreamy Coco-Mat beds nestled amongst the minimalist interiors. Concrete floors and sleek Cycladian contours are softened by touches of wood and woven throws. Bathrooms are sanctuaries of cool with rain showers and natural beauty products.
On the top floor, the gorgeous 360 Double Suite with Private Outdoor Jacuzzi and the 360 Family Suite (our favourites) make the most of the wild landscape, each with a large terrace with views. Beneath this, on the first floor, there are two small Junior Suites, a Double Suite and a Triple Suite, which come with a slightly cheaper price tag and have terraces with sea views.
Down on the ground floor, you'll find the Double Suites with Private Gardens, which have herb-lined courtyards where you can laze on sunloungers – one has a small private pool, too. There’s also a Triple Suite and a Family Suite for four, both with spacious gardens and a pool.
All rooms have sea views, daily maid service, Netflix and Nespresso machines.
- Air conditioning
- Coffee / tea making
- Coffee maker
- Safe box
- Satellite TV
The included breakfast is a Continental spread of pastries, eggs, yoghurt, cereal, fruit and cheese. For an extra fee you can choose from the Healthy Bar menu of fresh juices, wheatgrass shots, fruit smoothies and energising breakfast bowls containing superfoods like acai berries, chia seeds and Maca root.
Sandwiches and salads are available throughout the day and there’s a skeleton bar menu in the evenings with burgers, pizzas and souvlaki. If you're out for the day, ask the staff to prepare you a travel box of sandwiches to take with you.
You'll probably want to head out to eat in the evenings. Just a short walk down the road (take a torch) is Siparos, one of the best restaurants on Paros, with a menu packed full of seasonal produce and freshly caught seafood. Try the octopus sous-vide, the fish ceviche or the linguine with fresh lobster and finish with a shot of the local mastiha (a strong liquor). Nearby Naousa (five-minute drive) also boasts a sparkling array of cafes and restaurants in its whitewashed backstreets and along the seafront.
- Coffee / tea making
- Coffee maker
- Restaurants nearby
- Take the hotel's free bicycles out for a spin and explore the nearby town of Naousa, one of the most picturesque seaside villages in the Cyclades
- Rent a boat or kayak along the coastline to discover hidden coves and wildlife, or learn to windsurf and paddleboard
- Massages and yoga can be arranged on request
- The sandy beach of Siparos is a short walk away; you’ll need a car to visit the island’s best beaches like Santa Maria (five mins' drive), Kolymbithres (15 mins) and Molos (20 mins)
- Explore the island: go shopping in Parikia, the capital, or head inland to the mountain village of Lefkes, known for its traditional character and tavernas
- Ask the hotel to arrange a day trip on Captain Yannis’ wooden kaiki boat - with plenty of stops for swimming in the turquoise Aegean, an on-board barbecue and occasional dolphin sightings, this is an incredibly relaxing way to soak up island views
Activities on site or nearby include:
- Boat trips
- Historical sites
- Scuba diving
- Stand-up paddle boarding
- Well being
Children will be very happy here, especially if you get a suite with a pool. The hotel team are very welcoming and helpful, the bar menu caters for children, and the private beach is great for swimming. Bear in mind there are 'quiet hours' in the afternoon and the vibe is generally relaxed and peaceful.
Children (4-12 years), Teens (over 12)
Family friendly accommodation:
There are Triple rooms (double bed and single bed) and Family rooms (double bed plus converted sofabed), some of which have a private garden and swimming pool.
Kids Activities nearby:
- Sandy beaches
- Boat trips
Families Should Know:
There is no communal pool and the private beach is rocky.
- Airport: 30-minute drive
- Shops: 7-minute drive
- Health centre: 30-minute drive
Paros Comfy Suites sits on a peninsula with direct access to a private slice of beach. It's two kilometres from the town of Naoussa and well-known Santa Maria beach.
Although there is an airport on Paros there are no direct flights from the UK, so you'll need to fly via Athens or neighbouring Mykonos
Paros' port town is Parikia, where ferries arrive from Mykonos (one hour), Athens (four/five hours) and other neighbouring islands.
If you wish to hire a car on the island, see our car rental recommendations.
Detailed directions will be sent when you book through i-escape.
- Paros National Airport 22.0 km PAS
- Beach 0.2 km
- Shops 2.0 km
- Restaurant 2.0 km