Greece’s Andronis Hotels Expands to Paros

Andronis Hotels, a family-owned collection of luxury hotels and villas in Athens and Santorini, has announced its expansion into Paros with the acquisition of Minois Hotel Paros. The property in Parasporos will reopen as Andronis Minois in May 2024.

This strategic expansion aligns with the ongoing plan to extend Andronis’ presence to Milos, with a potential upscale establishment slated to debut, tentatively in 2025. Part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), this initiative further cements the brand’s position as an independent luxury hospitality operator in Greece.

Following an extensive renovation in 2023, the hotel offers 44 suites, each accompanied by terraces and patios. Each room enjoys its own view while multi-bedroom suites offer private swimming pools. In the public spaces, guests will find a main swimming pool with a day-to-night Lounge Deck, well-stocked outdoor gym and a subterranean spa.

OLVO Restaurant_Andronis Minois
OLVO restaurant (Andronis Minois)

The fine-dining restaurant, OLVO, will also undergo an upgrade. Carved out of the hotel on a tiered landscape with views of the sea, this revitalized space is anticipated debut in spring 2024.

Located just over 500 feet from the water’s edge, adventurers can enjoy the extensive activity menu from horse riding, sea diving, kite- and windsurfing, water sports and more. Beyond the hotel’s confines, authentic local delicacies await travelers in nearby villages. They can also visit the Church of Koimisis Theotokou offering picturesque vistas from its basilica perched at the highest point in Naoussa.

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