The Best Hotels to Book in Andros, Greece

Enjoy spectacular sea views from the terrace of the Hotel Perrakis, Andros
Enjoy spectacular sea views from the terrace of the Hotel Perrakis, Andros | Courtesy of Hotel Perrakis / Expedia

The second largest of the Cyclades archipelago, Andros is relatively untouched. Its mountains and valleys are strewn with waterfalls, and a paradise for ramblers. The sweeping golden bay of Mpatsi is the only resort to speak of, though there are plenty more virgin beaches to discover. Here’s our pick of the best hotels on Andros, bookable with Culture Trip.

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Anemomiloi Andros


A pool area and outdoor bar and dining patio in front of a villa lit up at night.
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On the edge of the island’s capital, Anemomiloi Andros enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding valleys and terraced mountain slopes and is an easy stroll from the town centre. A choice of rooms, suites and family-friendly apartments at this Andros hotel sport bright and breezy decor – some with glimpses of the sea. You’ll find a garden pool and sunbeds to lounge on. Don’t miss breakfast, which includes island produce.

Casa Di Fiori Suites Andros


Dining chairs and table on a terrace overlooking the countryside and sea as the sun sets.
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Run by florists, Casa Di Fiori (House of Flowers) has been beautifully refurbished with interiors that clearly draw from its owners’ green-fingered sensibilities. Rooms are named after herbs and botanicals and pot plants and nature-nodding prints abound. This hotel in Andros is located on a winding hilltop road, with spectacular views over Hora town and its shimmering bay. All eight elegantly-finished suites offer vistas towards the sea.

Camara Suites

Boutique Hotel

A private terrace with checkerboard marble floor and a small table with two chairs overlooking the sea and coastline as the sun sets.
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Perched on a cliff at the end of the capital’s slender peninsular, Camara Suites could hardly be better positioned to enjoy the surrounding bay. Part of an old fortified tower, the family-owned mansion traces its roots back over eight centuries. Each of the four suites is individually styled with original artworks, atmospheric lighting and plush furnishings that reference the building’s past. Breakfast is a real treat with local produce and homemade breads.

OW Andros

Luxury, Spa Hotel, Bed and Breakfast

A bright white pergola shades a plunge pool and luxurious sun bed with monochrome scatter cushions in geometric prints.
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When it comes to luxury lodgings, the OW Andros is one of the island’s finest. The lush valley setting is picturesque and within strolling distance of the lovely Fellos Beach. Each of the five suites at this Andros spa hotel comes with a large hot tub, a wonderful lounge-kitchen and premium king-size beds. Landscaped gardens also feature a shallow walk-through pool, where you can lie on loungers above the water, chilled cocktail in hand.

Edem Suites

Apartment, Hotel

A view if a hotel complex and its pool terrace.
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Located on a hilltop, on the outskirts of Hora town, Edem Suites offers serene lodgings with fabulous views over the neighbouring valleys. There are a dozen suites in all, each sporting sleek contemporary styling with designer lighting and modern artworks. Step out of your hydromassage shower, don your comfy bathrobe and slippers and relax on your furnished balcony while soaking up the vistas.

Rooster Guesthouse Rooms


Shaded guest terraces with reed screens separating them and bright yellow-hues plastered walls.
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This family-run guesthouse in Andros began life as a poultry farm supplying the island with eggs. The grandmother soon decided to transform the business into holiday lodgings and today the hotel’s chicken motif is a constant reminder of its roots. Studio and one-bedroom apartments are smartly modern, with cooking facilities and verandas – most enjoying sea views. The hotel is located just steps from Kipri Beach, one of the island’s prettiest shorelines.

Blue Bay Resort Village

Resort, Bed and Breakfast

A pool patio with curved pool and built-in jacuzzis and loungers lined up along the far side overlooking the sea is lit up at dusk.
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Positioned at the end of a verdant valley with broad views over the Aegean Sea, Blue Bay Resort Village scores top marks for its setting. Bright modern rooms and suites provide views over the nearby water, as does the expansive sun terrace with two pools – one with jacuzzi and the other just for kids. A poolside bar serves up drinks, plus there’s a restaurant on site. Alternatively, there are numerous waterfront restaurants in Batsi resort, a pleasant 15-minute stroll away.

Hotel Perrakis


Loungers and parasols lined up on a golden sand beach in front of a whitewashed beach bar with shaded deck.
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With spectacular views stretching from the mountains to the horizon, the pool terrace at Hotel Perrakis in Andros is a spot you’ll want to linger on. Every one of the 44 rooms provides sea-view balconies, too, with higher suites overlooking nearby Kypri Beach. Here, you can enjoy the hotel’s beachfront bar while dipping in and out of the calm waters. Fancy a romantic dinner for two? The Cyclades Restaurant offers quality cuisine – from crab salads to tuna tartare and pumpkin ravioli – and the best views in the house.

Paradise Art Hotel


A canopied pool cabana on the far side of a pool with a lush garden of towering plants and mountain views behind.
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With its classical architecture, antique-style furniture, and whispy white drapery, there’s certainly an air of refinement about Paradise Art Hotel. Rooms continue in the same vein, with some opening onto balconies with views over the capital and shimmering bay. There’s a lovely big swimming pool to lounge beside, as well as a tennis court if you’re in the mood for a game. Feeling peckish? It’s just an easy 10-minute walk into town.

For more options, discover our guide to the best hotels on Tinos for every traveller, or the best hotels on Skopelos and book now on Culture Trip.

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