We have compiled for your benefit a list of all the essential information you could need when choosing your accommodation in Naxos; from luxury hotels and posh villas to beach hotels only a few steps from the sandy beaches, apartments, suites and more!
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BEST ACCOMMODATION IN NAXOS: BEACH HOTELS, VILLAS & MORE
Below, you can find our selection of all the best hotels and accommodation in Naxos (beach hotels, luxury villas and more), covering all varying budgets and needs. Click on "Read more" to get more insights about the hotels of Naxos, the best places to stay at, as well as a section with Frequently Asked Questions!
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ABOUT NAXOS ACCOMMODATION
Naxos is the biggest one of the Cyclades islands. Finding a place to stay in Naxos will not be strenuous since there are numerous hotels, resorts, villas, apartments, rooms to let, studios and B&Bs on the island. With that said, finding the right place to host your Greek holidays might be a bit tricky, especially if it’s your first time on the island. We have created this section about Naxos hotels & accommodation in order to provide you with the most updated and precise information and tips, in order to help you book the lodging that best suits your needs.
Naxos has for years been considered a rather calm, family-oriented holiday destination. With the tourism influx of the last few years more and more types of travellers have arrived on its shimmering shores; from holidaymakers seeking luxurious relaxation in high-end hotels, honeymooners aiming at creating their most cherished memories, to young vivid party people and independent kitesurfers looking for their next thrills in the sea. This change has also prompted the naxian hotels towards a revision and optimization of their offered amenities, so as to cater to the needs of both newer and established tourism preferences. It is safe to say that there is a hotel for every taste and budget. The majority of Naxos’s lodgings are small family-run businesses. Most of the buildings and their rooms are being frequently updated and renovated, maintaining great housing conditions, are well equipped, with air-conditions, hot water and a kitchen. The majority of them can be found at charming locations and are equipped with a small balcony with a view.
When it comes to design, quite the variety can be found around the island; from small rather minimal rooms for clearing the mind, to more traditionally oriented decor allowing for a cozier atmosphere and, of course, high-end lavishly designed rooms and suites for a pampering experience. As a result, the prices vary accordingly. Another thing to keep in mind regarding lodging is that most of the accommodations operating on the island bear the sign of the Greek National Tourism Organization, translating into full compliance with all the official rules governing Accommodation in Greece. As with every tourist destination, it is advisable that you do not rush in booking accommodation and skipping important details; no one likes a room facing away from the desired view or a hotel much farther from the main streets while not having a means of transportation to cover the distance on the daily! As long as you gather the necessary information from trustworthy and frequently updated booking sites, you will be just as comfortable and relaxed as at home. In case you are unsure about a booking or a price, customer service in Naxos’s accommodations is always happy to help out!
✔ Disclaimer: Why book your hotel in Naxos with Greeka?
Always pay attention to whose advice you buy. Greeka team visits Naxos every Summer for the past 20 years and all information provided here is double-checked and approved by us. All the selected Accommodations that appear in our section ar a result of real in situ research on the island. On some occasions, we feel comfortable recommending it too!
WHERE TO STAY? FIND THE BEST LOCATION
For backpack travellers lodging may not be the top priority on their list, but for most visitors it is a pressing matter of high importance. According to the needs and expectations, one has for their vacation, booking ought to be planned thoroughly. A quiet remote location can be disappointing to the young visitor who soughts after the island’s nightlife, whereas for a family it can be an earthen paradise. Also, it is good to note that most of Naxos’s tourist infrastructure has been developed on the western coastal side of the island. With that said, let’s take a closer look at the many options Naxos has to offer!
The main touristic locations to consider regarding accommodation on Naxos are: Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Chora (main town), Stelida, Agios Georgios & Agia Anna.
Other locations close to delightful beaches with hotels and less developed tourist facilities, away from the crowds are: Orkos, Mikri Vigla, Kastraki, Pyrgaki, Agiassos and Glyfada.
Alternative options, farther from the shores with locally traditional rooms can be found in the villages of the island’s mainland such as: Potamia, Sangri, Halki and a few more.
Some remote places with limited tourist infrastructure are Apollonas and Moutsouna.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
- When should I book my hotel?
The sooner the better. If you are travelling in July-mid September better complete your reservation by May the latest.
- Where should I book my hotel?
Greeka.com is an online travelling guide about Greece and the Greek islands operating since 1999. We have hand-picked the best hotels on the island and have included them and presented them in our website. By clicking the “Book online” button, you will either, in case of affiliate links*, be redirected to Booking.com and booking.com will handle your reservation or in case of sponsored links, you will be redirected to the official hotel website, where the hotel will handle the reservation. In both cases there is no extra fee charged to you for this. *Booking.com pays a small commission to us for every booking which helps us to continue our qualitative work and provide you with the best possible information.
Is there another way to make a hotel reservation? You can contact the hotel by phone or mail. In some cases, you might find some cheaper rates but it is not recommended.
- Will I find last-minute accommodation?
Don’t wait until the last minute if you are travelling in high season. You might find something that will be overcharged, in a bad condition or in a not convenient location.
- What types of accommodation are found in Naxos?
You can basically find all types of accommodation in Naxos. More specifically there are typical hotels, Luxury Resorts, Boutique Hotels, Villas and Suites, Rooms to let, BnBs and Campings.
- Is accommodation in Naxos expensive?
No, Naxos is not considered an expensive destination. But there are some luxury hotels and private villas on the island.
- Where are the most luxury hotels and villas located?
The regions of Stelida, Orkos and Plaka have many luxury accommodation options.
- How much does accommodation in Naxos cost?
Depends on many factors. An average estimation without including Luxury Resorts and Villas, for 2 persons would be around 70-130 euros/per night in high season.
- Where is the best place to stay if you are travelling on a budget?
You can find cheap accommodation options (30-50euros) in Chora, Agios Georgios and there are two campings in Plaka and Maragas.
- Where is the best place to stay for a family with children?
Agios Georgios is very popular for families and generally every hotel that is situated by the sea.
- Where can we find Alternative locations for a local stay?
If you prefer a more local stay, you can find B&Bs in villages on the mainland. Sangri, Halki and Potamia are very nice and at a reasonable distance from the beaches and the touristic parts of the island.
- Where to stay if you are travelling for windsurfing/kitesurfing?
Mikri Vigla is the place to book your hotel if you are travelling for kitesurfing or windsurfing.