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Just south beyond the Old Town, Angie's is worth seeking out. Spacious, immaculate rooms with flagstone floors and lots of local touches, are set within a garden glowing with bougainvillea...
Hospitality is the rule at this family-run place. It’s just a short distance inland from the port and is framed by one of the biggest bougainvilleas you’re likely to see. Rooms are clean and well equipped and most include cooking facilities...
Little Nikoleta is a fair walk inland from the more industrial south end of town, but it’s one of the best value. There is a lovely garden and some rooms have kitchens.
The Hermes is a long established hotel in a fine position on the eastern side of the waterfront. Public rooms are spacious and the bedrooms are smart, with bright interiors. There's a decent restaurant offering grills and pasta.
The Mantalena has bright, clean rooms and sits across from the sea, a short distance to the north of the main harbour quay. Balconies look over the garden or out to the ocean...
Overlooking Plateia Mavrogenous, the Argonauta has a peaceful ambience. Splashes of blue and green, marble floors and wooden ceilings make these rooms inviting. Small balconies and family-style service make it all the more appealing...
Architectural brutalism from a lost age defines the Karthea. And it's convenient for the port. Rooms are clean and comfortable and those at the rear overlook a quiet garden area. There's no lift to the several floors...
Porto Fira Suites
If you're staying here, your day of luxury begins with not just breakfast, but breakfast in bed. Ultramodern rooms are white, crisp and cool in more ways than one, yet retain their traditional, caldera cave ambience.
A colourful entranceway and owner set the tone for this international meeting place tucked away from the crowds. Simple bright, comfy rooms have fans or air-con, and apartments are well equipped. Guests share a kitchen and roof terrace.
Stylish décor and tasteful furnishings lend an atmosphere of Naxian good living to the Apollon's spacious, well-furnished rooms. The hotel is in a quiet area a few minutes from the waterfront.
Aeolos Beach Hotel
Settle in just across from the beach in a peaceful garden. Rooms have a sea or mountain view and are each unique with varying degrees of character; check out a few if you can.
Adjacent to Hotel Belvedere, the Semeli has the same level of luxury, but in a more traditional Cycladic style of white and pastel décor.
The port's main waterfront hotel is right next to the square, but the fine rooms have a pleasant air of seclusion, and are worth the price, if you want all mod cons, including a lift for disabled access. The upper balconies have great views...
A verdant courtyard-garden makes this a welcome choice in the heart of Hora. Bright, clean rooms open onto a railed verandah overlooking the garden.
Pension Sofia Amorgos
Just back from the waterfront, Sofia's rooms are clean and airy, with kitchen facilities and sea views. There's a shared garden that offers plenty of scope for relaxing.
A couple of hundred metres inland from the beach on the Thalaria road is this pleasant, friendly pension in a garden setting. The well-kept rooms are bright and attractive. Breakfast (€6) can be enjoyed on a fine rooftop terrace.
This place is all about location. Footsteps from the caldera (without the prices to match) and seconds from the bus station (but thankfully out of earshot), it has fresh, immaculate rooms and warm, helpful staff.
Located on high ground overlooking the Kastro and main town, this excellent hotel has comfortable, immaculate rooms, great sea views from the front, spacious public areas and a Jacuzzi. It’s made even better by the cheerful, attentive atmosphere.
Overlooking the caldera at the quieter southern end of Fira, and more accessible than similar places, this boutique hotel has charming service and plush, beautiful rooms...
Another of those famous caldera-edge hotels, Efterpi has pleasant traditional rooms carved into the cliffside. Furnishings are simple and there's a wonderful sense of detachment from the crush of the main town.
Tucked away in the heart of Kastro, this family-run, well-loved hotel has a leafy garden setting to go with the traditional Naxian style of rooms and furnishings.
It's all billowing drapes and white linen amid the modernist landscape and furnishings of this leading Mykonos hotel, where sea and town views are panoramic in all but the cheapest rooms...