At The Skiathos Princess, the pleasures are simple but reassuringly comfortable…
The Skiathos Princess is probably the most established and popular of the few resort hotels, beautifully located on a long sandy beach with a pine forest backdrop.
The Skiathos Princess is lush & green, with several super golden sand beaches. It is the largest of the Sporades Islands and one of the few that is inhabited. It still retains a very natural, deliberately simple style that makes it a rather pleasing contrast to the ultra sophistication of the islands further south.
Family owned and managed, with great attention to detail and personalised service.
The airport is 20 minutes, Skiathos Town 10 minutes drive.
Skiathos Princess has a selection of 131 rooms and suites. All have a bright, modern design theme.
You have a choice of Club Garden View rooms, Club Side Seaview or Full Sea View. Premier Deluxe Rooms, which have larger balconies and are beachfront.
For Families, you have ground floor Club Rooms, Family Premier Rooms or Deluxe Premier Rooms which have a private garden area.
You then have a further selection of Jr Suites with integrated living areas, and finally a couple of superb 2 Bedroom Free-standing Villas, each with their own swimming pool.
Long Sheltered Cove Beach | Selection of Water Sports
There are some hotels that have an instant WOW! With others you think, “This is nice…” but the smile slowly gets broader with each day. I think that sums up both Skiathos and The Princess hotel. The pleasures are simple but reassuringly comfortable, and the fact the hotel – and the island – has an incredible list of repeat clients rather endorses this view.
Under the same ownership, we also offer the sister property, the adult-only Aegean Suites.
The neighbouring island of Skopelos – the location of the film “Mama Mia” – is 90 minutes away by ferry and can be visited as a day trip.
A selection of eco-focused treks can be arranged by the hotel.
Skiathos Town is just 10 minutes drive. A charming and authentic village atmosphere, with many Taverna dining options.
Skiathos Princess, Skiathos, Greece
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