Parīlio offers something very different. Top class style and design, perfectly complimenting the delightful simplicity of the island…
7 nights from £1588 per person | Including breakfast daily, transfers and flights on Aegean via Athens.
Based on travel May and October, higher prices will apply in the peak summer months June to September and especially in the high demand period July /August.
Parilio is a stylish low rise boutique hotel, perfectly capturing the relaxed lifestyle of the island yet with contemporary comforts and highly personalised attention. Parīlio’s name is derived from Paros and the Greek word for sun, “Ilios”.
Parilio is located on Naoussa Bay, between the outstanding Kolympithres Beach, with its unique granite formations and the idyllic whitewashed fishing village of Naoussa, which rings a docile harbour.
Synonymous with picturesque fishing villages, hidden swimming coves and pristine beaches, Paros is an island that attracts both Greek and international travellers who are seeking a traditional authentic lifestyle, extraordinary beaches and a welcome retreat away from its busier neighbours Mykonos and Santorini.
The island capital Parika is the boating hub and has frequent ferry services to Athens (3 hours), Mykonos (1 hour) and Santorini (2 hours). Many regional flights from Athens and Thessaloniki operate daily.
The airport is 30 minutes away.
Ranging from 30 to 40 square meters, each of Parilio’s 33 suites provides a serene sanctuary with views over the sun-dappled courtyard, pool, or the surrounding brooding hillside.
Located on the ground floor, the Aurora Suites feature a queen- or kingsized beds and a private terrace with dining area.
The Halo Suites are situated across the ground and first floors and boast king-sized beds, separate living areas, and generous terraces.
The Uranus Suites feature outdoor Jacuzzis.
For the ultimate in high-style island living, guests need look no further than the Sun Suite with its enviable private pool.
A large pool highlighted by two impressive rocks and bounded by the extraordinary Parian natural environment
An Asian spa for those looking to fully embrace the slow-paced Cycladic way of living, as well as a fitness center featuring state-of-the-art equipment.
Mr. E Restaurant invites you to taste the island’s famed gastronomic legacy and serves up fresh, seasonal Greek and Mediterranean cuisine in a space embraced by a verdant natural environment and ample Cycladic light, surrounded by the wild beauty of Paros’s pastoral landscape.
Parīlio offers something very different. Top class style and design, rather nicely contrasting with the delightful simplicity of the island.
The hotel will appeal to couples and those with independent children looking to immerse themselves in the natural attractions of island .
Curious travellers will particularly enjoy Paros, it offers a total contrast to the more touristy Mykonos or Santorini. Paros is like stepping back in time , authentic pleasures . Combination holidays are easy to arrange and can be fun, with the travel adding to a sense of adventure. We think a combination of a few nights in Athens followed by beach relaxation would be interesting. Or a twin-island combination with Mykonos with ferry connections.
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