Gay Friendly Hotels Paros

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece (2024 Updated)

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Greece have evolved significantly over the last years, establishing it as one of the most liberal countries in Southeast EuropeDiscrimination is not as common anymore, although LGBT people in Greece may still face social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Despite this, Greek public opinion on homosexuality is generally regarded as culturally liberal,with same-sex unions being legally recognised since 2015.

Greece is one of Europe’s most popular LGBT tourist destinations, particularly its largest cities Athens and Thessaloniki as well as several of its islands. The gay scene of Mykonos is well-known, with many establishments catering for the LGBT community.Lesbos also is famous internationally for its lesbian scene in Eressos.

Skiathos has a long history of being a  gay friendly resort and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as Agosta bar is the most famous gay place in Skiathos, Greece.

Paros is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea best known for its beaches and traditional villages. Parikia, the bayside capital, is a boating and transportation hub for the Cyclades region. It’s also home to the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a landmark Byzantine church from the 4th century A.D. The north coast’s Kolimbithres is a beach where naturally sculpted rocks form swimming coves.

 Top attractions to visit in Paros


 Best Day Trips in Paros

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1. Hotel Senia – Onar Hotels Collection  4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Paros

Hotel Senia - Onar Hotels Collection
Hotel Senia – Onar Hotels Collection

Boasting a seafront location and only 200 m from Naoussa Town, Senia offers luxurious rooms and suites with stunning views from the private balconies and beautiful Cycladic-style bathrooms. The hotel features a heated ( 27 ℃), infinity seasonal pool, an hydromassage tub and a pool bar.

Senia Hotel offers a variety of spacious accommodation to suit the needs of every traveller. Each room is based on the traditional Cycladic style of the island, with a modern touch.

Guests can start their day with a rich buffet breakfast based on local gastronomy and prepared daily with local ingredients.

Free wireless internet is available, for the convenience of business and leisure guests. For guests that are hiring cars, free private parking facilities are available. Naoussa offers visitors plenty to do. There are plenty of traditional shops and taverns to visit, beautiful beaches and an exciting nightlife.

Across the street from Piperi Beach on the Aegean Sea, this polished hillside hotel is 4 km from Aqua Paros water park.

The elegant, individually decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV, plus minibars and balconies; some have sea views. Suites add living areas, whirlpool tubs, and/or verandas with hot tubs and sun loungers. Apartments provide kitchenettes and/or 2nd bedrooms. Room service is offered.

A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in an understated restaurant that has terrace seating alongside a seasonal infinity pool. Other amenities include a bar, as well as a sundeck with sun loungers.

Venetian Fortress (0.3 mi), located nearby, makes Senia Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Naoussa landmark.

Rooms at Senia Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Senia Hotel, free parking is available.

If you like Italian restaurants, Senia Hotel is conveniently located near Ydroussa, Piatsa Estiatorio, and Pizza Slice.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Old Port of Naoussa (0.3 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.

Very nice hotel. Great location to walk to the port area. Excellent breakfast, the breakfast waitress had a smile at all times and made us great coffees. View is magnificent. Our studio suite was very spacious with a nice balcony we enjoyed . Front desk was helpful providing information. We were very happy we chose this hotel on your gay holiday in Greece.

Everything about our time in Paros was perfection and we owe that to Hotel Senia. I highly recommend carving a day or two out of your stay to solely enjoy the many perks of the luxurious hotel. The pools are DIVINE, the complimentary breakfast was exquisite, and our superior suite was nothing short of idyllic. The close proximity to town and beautiful beaches made our stay that much more pleasant.

Not to mention the hotel staff was prompt with every and all email exchanges prior to our stay, yet the customer service didn’t stop there. They were more than happy to set up taxi/shuttle services for us and were very forthcoming about the best tips and tricks when it came to Paros. Thank you, Hotel Senia for our exceptional stay. We will be back and we will be recommending your hotel to everyone traveling your way.

This hotel was truly beautiful. The staff were lovely and very accomodating. The room was lovely and we had ocean front view…beautiful and the beds were very comfy. The room has a refrigerator which is really needed to keep the water cold and drinks chilled. The breakfast is off the charts delicious….what diet?? Access to the hotel is best by taxi or car.

There are a lot of stairs to climb otherwise! The beach across the street was disappointing…not maintained, litter scattered around, course grade sand and access to the water was difficult…very rocky. The water on the other hand was magnificent. Definitely recommend a stay here.

The property is conventionally located close to the town. Staff were decent – gave us sandwiches for our early flight home which was a bonus since we were going to miss breakfast. Breakfast buffet was phenomenal, lots of options. Approximately a 5 minute walk to the town of Nassau and 10
minute walk from the bus stop. We were able to take the bus from the port costing only 1.8 euros. The cab to the airport was 37 euros.

Gay Friendly Hotels Paros
Gay Friendly Hotels Paros

How much does a room costs at Hotel Senia – Onar Hotels Collection ?

Prices start 153$/night for Budget Double Room. The Junior Suite is  235$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Featuring partial sea and pool views from its balcony or patio, this air-conditioned and tastefully decorated suite offers a separate bedroom with Cocomat bed. It has a minibar and a seating area with sofa and satellite TV. Free Wi-Fi is provided.

Where to book online – Hotel Senia – Onar Hotels Collection  – Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece you can find the best hotels deals in Paros during  The Festival in the Park which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paros on or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Calme Boutique Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Paros

Calme Boutique Hotel
Calme Boutique Hotel

Featuring an à la carte restaurant and a fitness centre, the elegant and Cycladic-style Calme Boutique Hotel, in Drios Village, is made of stone. It offers exclusive accommodation with private or shared pool and free Wi-Fi.

Fitted with design furniture and elements of local architecture, all air-conditioned rooms of Calme Boutique open to a furnished terrace with Aegean Sea, pool or garden views. Each comes with a TV or flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a mini fridge. Bathrobes and slippers are included.

Guests may start their day with a continental or champagne breakfast. Gourmet dishes are prepared at the Seven Senses restaurant. A restaurant, a café bar and a mini market for the general supplies can be found 500 m away.

Calme Boutique Hotel, in Paros Island is the ideal destination for couples and holiday-makers who seek privacy and luxury in an elegant ambience. The hotel’s unique architecture inspires a feeling of true freedom and calm while the stone building style combined with minimal decorative touches reflect the Cycladic sense of living. This luxurious sea view hotel with private pool in Paros has been created by the well-known architect Iossif Aligizakis who is the owner of ALIGIZAKIS ARCHITECTS S.A. and he is considered to be pioneer in Luxurious Cycladic architecture creations.

Calme Boutique Hotel as a haven of tranquility located just 700m from Chryssi Akti in Drios, the most famous beach on the island, flecked with wind and kite surfers enjoying the waves. The convenient location of this private boutique hotel in Paros provides easy access to the main road, as well as bus network of the island.

I am torn about writing about the Calme Hotel. This place should remain a secret magical place. The architecture is traditional and elegant, the views amazing. The service impeccable (and friendly in a reserved way) ; also, the cuisine refined.

The room (we stayed in Chives) was perfect with plenty of space to enjoy the large private pool and the amazing view, enough privacy that we were never bothered and a nice amount of shade to enjoy the pool and the sun without baking. The view from the rooms is also breathtaking – we could see Naxos as well as two other Cyclades islands whose names I’ve now forgotten. We really couldn’t get enough and spent a lot of time just relaxing in that atmosphere.

The service was excellent – breakfast was delicious (especially the fresh baked croissants and the spinach pies and the freshly squeezed juice!).

The location was the single drawback, but was outweighed by the beauty of the place, which I believe was unmatched by any other hotel I came across in Paros. The location was about a 20-30 minute drive from both Major towns on the island. If this hotel were on the other side of the island and we could have cut the drive in half, would have been ideal – but I wouldn’t trade distance for comfort and beauty that Calme offered.

We have been to Paros before, and stayed at the Astir. After checking many other hotels to make sure we made the right choice, we settled on Calme and we are thrilled that we did! It is excellent. It is high up on the hill with the most picturesque views of the sea. No question it is the best hotel in Paros, and a true level above everything else we have seen! Because it is far from the main areas, a rental car is a must, and being okay to drive everywhere. But, it is absolutely worth it!

The staff went out of their way to help. Their very warm welcome and perfect English helped us immensely. From suggesting what beaches and restaurants to go to, to helping us plan a private boat transfer to Naxos on our departure, the staff were incredible! They work tirelessly and always have a smile on their faces. As well, they were not intrusive in the room, and were very careful to respect our privacy.

A strong mention must be made for the delicious food at the hotel. The first night we had dinner there and it was probably the best food we had in all of Paros. You order ahead (an hour or two) so that they can freshly prepare what you want. As well, nothing is impossible for them, and they are the definition of top service with a smile!

Breakfast was also amazing, a combination of local treats and fresh orange juice, to high quality eggs and other great choices. They also are aware of food sensitivities, and could provide almond milk no problem.

Paros is the most lovely sandy beach island with delicious food, friendly people and pure charm. I hope it doesn’t get ruined by the increased tourism, but until then we will continue to return! Our one issue was always having a hotel that was up to par for people like us who are used to five stars, but finally we have found our place with the Calme Boutique Hotel! It was truly the best experience! And that view is to die for….

We cannot wait to come back next summer!

Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece
Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece

How much does a room costs at Calme Boutique Hotel ?

Prices start 400$/night for Laurel Luxurious Sea View Room with Private Swimming Pool. The Aloe Imperial Sea View Suite with Shared Pool is  450$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Featuring a shared pool of 130 square metres, this elegantly decorated and air-conditioned suite is fitted with design furniture and elements of Cycladic architecture. Opening to a spacious and furnished terrace with Aegean Sea, garden and pool views, it offers a flat-screen, satellite TV and a mini fridge. Bathrobes and slippers are included. Free Wi-Fi is provided.

Where to book online – Calme Boutique Hotel  – Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece you can find the best hotels deals in Paros during  The Festival in the Park which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paros on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort- Adults Only 4* – LGBT  Friendly Hotels Paros

Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort
Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort

Set on a hillside overlooking Naoussa Bay, Naoussa Hills Resort is a Cycladic-style complex offering boutique accommodation with Aegean Sea views, an outdoor gym and a spa center. It also includes a large outdoor heated swimming pool, a tennis court and a snack bar.

Accommodations at Naousa Hills Boutique Resort are decorated in a minimal style with colourful details. All units are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, minibar and air conditioning. The bathrooms feature built-in showers and free toiletries. Most units also include a fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen.

You can start your day with a buffet breakfast including local organic products. The snack bar serves cocktails, fresh juices, coffees and light snacks, while BBQ facilities are also available.

See why so many travelers make Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort their small hotel of choice when visiting Naoussa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

Rooms at Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort provide a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.

In addition, while staying at Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort guests have access to room service, outdoor furniture, and a sun terrace. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort.

While in Naoussa, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort, including Matzourana (1.1 mi) and Little Village – Mikro Xorio (0.5 mi).

Looking to explore? Then look no further than Venetian Fortress, which is a popular Naoussa castle – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the small hotel.

At Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Naoussa.

The hotel itself and its rooms are modern, clean, well-furnished in minimalist Cycladic style. The two suites we have stayed in were fully furnished e.g. washing machine, oven and hob, large fridge, all cutlery, small ironing board and iron, Nespresso machine. Wifi signal is strong in all rooms & communal areas and is reliable 100% of the time. Breakfast has a large choice for all tastes but with a large selection of local Parian and Greek products to choose from. Their infinity pool has a great view of Naoussa with an all-day bar and food service.

Best thing about the hotel is the staff. Nestoras and his team are proper hotel people who pay attention to the small details, genuinely go out of their way to make their guests’ stay as pleasant as possible and provide advice and recommendations about where to visit in Paros – best “off the beaten track” beaches and other points of interest.

For the location, quality of facilities and level of personal service, Naoussa Hills is excellent value for money. A great hotel for a wonderful island.

The room had everything you could need, clean, spacious and with honestly the loveliest bathrooms I have ever seen. The pool was such a relaxing place to swim and the food was AMAZING!!! definitely recommend the greek salad.

The staff were so helpful and honestly so lovely, looking after our every need. every single one of them made our trip so special. feels like a real family.

If you get the chance to visit Paros, I highly recommend Naoussa Hills. you will not be disappointed…. it was hard to leave and say goodbye.

Beautiful, relaxing stay at Naoussa Hills. Waking up to a view of beautiful hills, scenery, flowers made for a very peaceful and rejuvenating experience!

My friend and I got the twin room and it was spacious and had everything we needed – a kitchen, minibar, washing machine, lovely bathroom with rainfall shower, great wifi, even cable TV! Breakfast was served in a beautiful rotunda with lots of quality selection!

The service was first class with Nestoras the manager helping us with all our questions and bookings. My friend & I were a bit scared of driving in Paros and Vagelis would drive us into town, we really appreciated it! Cornelia who served breakfast was kind and attentive.

Wonderful place – highly recommended! PS. Try the delicious lemonade.

Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece
Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece

How much does a room costs at Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort ?

Prices start 130$/night for Double Room. The Suite Room is  240$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Featuring built-in beds, this 2-level studio has a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and fireplace and offers:
-dishwasher and washing machine -free Wi-Fi -flat-screen, satellite TV -free toiletries -minibar.

Where to book online – Naoussa Hills Boutique Resort  – Gay Friendly Hotels Paros Greece you can find the best hotels deals in Paros during  The Festival in the Park which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paros on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.