Timeless Greek architecture, an inviting muted color palette, European design elements and the splendor of Paros - all enjoyed from a sublime, private suite.
- Greek gastronomy in a new look
- Spa, fitness center
Inspired by the simplicity of the Cyclades, the design team for Parīlio custom-made furniture by IDLaboratorium lighting by Italian company Toscot, bedside tables by 101 Copenhagen and an earthy color palette with neutral tones. Designer Stamos Hondrodimos used the work of local craftsmen and leading European designers, as well as motifs from North African tribes. He perfectly combines the architecture of the Cyclades with holistic design. The minimal use of colors and marble figures give a sense of timeless purity.
In transforming a 55-room complex into a 33-suite hotel, the architect made generous use of colored concrete terracotta floors and local marble to set a stage for custom furniture, natural wood and a muted color palette that casts Cycladic architecture in a modern light. Distinctive features-such as arches, concrete columns, and thick brickwork-represent traditional building techniques and help create a sense of security. The lobby is a celebration of symmetrical arches.
- Swimming pool
- Air conditioner
- Wifi / WLAN
- TV / Satellite system
Beloved by surfers, artists, hikers, lovers, families, serenity-seekers, and nightlife revelers, Paros has something for everyone—and it has those things in abundance and all within easy reach. The Greek Islands are, of course, famous for their fishing villages, with perhaps none as picturesque as the whitewashed village of Naoussa, which rings a docile harbor. The outstanding Kolympithres Beach is surrounded by bars and restaurants and is short walk to Naoussa, while Paros’ first capital of Lefkes sits high in the hills and offers up a serene Old World atmosphere.