Skopelos Hotels – Where To Stay

Updated: October 18, 2018

The best hotels near Skopelos Town.

Aeolos Hotel in Skopelos Town.

The 7 Best Hotels in Skopelos

1. Aeolos Hotel

Excellent 3-star hotel, close to the main harbour, having spotless, quaint double rooms, family rooms and suites with small fridges, included breakfast and private verandahs/balconies with lovely sea/garden and town views. Sea view rooms on the higher floors are recommended. Suites add living areas and have unobstructed views. The town center is a short walk away. Hotel Phone: +30 24240 22233.

2. Alkistis Hotel

Located in a scenic olive grove, this hotel located 2 kms from Skopelos town features tranquil, large, airy studios and apartments with well-equipped kitchenettes (mini-oven, cooking rings, fridges, coffee machines) and spacious patios/balconies with garden views. Apartments add living rooms with sofa beds. Hotel Phone: +30 2424 023006.

3. Skopelos Village Hotel

A short walk away from the town center, this beautiful hotel set in a traditional whitewashed building with lush gardens, features bright, inviting rooms and suites with lots of Greek charm, fridges, included breakfast and lovely pool/garden/ sea views. Suites add good-sized living rooms and upgraded suites add Espresso coffee machines. Hotel Phone: +30 24240 22517.

4. Adrina Beach Hotel

Beachfront hotel, with a lovely semi-private beach, located 12.5 km from Skopelos town featuring a good range of Greek-style, white-toned rooms and maisonettes having mini-fridges and private balconies with garden/side sea/stunning panoramic bay and sea views. The bi-level maisonettes add sitting areas. Hotel Phone: +30 210 300 6000.

5. Afroditi

Small, traditional Greek hotel, 11 km from Skopelos town, in a serene setting, steps away from the Panormos beach, featuring simple, clean, homely rooms and suites with fridges and good-sized balconies. There are a couple of tavernas nearby and buses into town can be taken from a bus stop closeby. Hotel Phone: +30 24240 23150.

6. Hotel Selenunda

Charming, quiet, hotel, on the Loutraki hillside, overlooking the harbour, 20 km from Skopelos town, having large, basic, clean studios and 2-bedroom apartments with small kitchenettes (rings, kettles, mini-fridges) and furnished balconies with fantastic, unobstructed sea views. The harbour area with its shops and tavernas is a short stroll away. Hotel Phone: +30 2424 0 34 073.

7. Mando Beachfront

Great hotel for families of 4, 5, or 6. Inexpensive, clean, simple rooms. Short walk to beautiful Stafilos Beach.

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4 Questions and Comments

  1. Greece Visit Over Easter

    We are considering going to Greece around Easter, but we have noticed that Easter in the states is April 21st but Greek Orthodox is April 28th, 2019.

    Are most places closed? If you had 8 days how would you do Greece? We are low key people who love history and food. Not into the party scene.
    Thanks!

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Greeks are Orthodox and celebrate Easter on a different date then in the West. (If you visit during Western Easter it will make no differnce as they don’t observe those holidays.) If it’s Greek Easter then most museums will be closed Easter Sunday and maybe Monday. Most shops will be closed Sunday and Monday. Most restaurants will be open both days. On the islands it will be busier than the weekends before and after (but not high-season busy). In the Plaka in Athens it will be a lot like the islands with most everything open. It’s a fine time to visit and the Easter celebrations don’t make a huge difference on visitors’ plans. All ferries and flights run like normal.

  2. Skopelos or Skiathos?

    Does Skiathos or Skopelos have better beaches? Which island has more nightlife and shopping?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Skiathos has more (and better) sandy beaches and much more nightlife (of the dj and club variety). Skopelos is quieter, larger, and more scenic. Beaches on Skopelos tend to be pebble beaches. Skiathos has an airport, Skopelos doesn’t. In high season there are many ferries between Skiathos and Skopelos so it’s easy to stay on one island and do a day trip to the other.

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