In hotel in Panarea.
Or in a pension, bed & breakfast, holiday home …

If you are looking for hotels in Panarea, or bed and breakfasts, pensions or rooms, from the most exclusive and glamorous accommodations (not really within everyone’s reach) to the cheapest and most familiar, one or the other always respectful of the peculiar style of Aeolian architecture, you are spoiled for choice.

Spending your holidays in Panarea in a hotel is the most comfortable way to fully enjoy the natural beauty of the island and the social and worldly life without any worries. No rooms to keep tidy, no worries about daily shopping, dinners to prepare, washing clothes … All the comforts, no stress. Back from the sea, take a shower and go, you’re ready for dinner and nightlife (if you like that).
The hotels in Panarea are mostly in the center of the town, in the San Pietro district, a few steps from the port and the craft or fashion boutiques where you can go shopping.
And the hotels or pensions that are not in the “center” are in Drautto, in the quietest part of the island and a stone’s throw from the beaches, whether it be the pebbles of Drautto itself or the sand of Cala Zimmari … Not to mention of the prehistoric beauty of Cala Junco.

In most of the hotels, generally “sea view” (the island is so small that it is difficult not to see the sea) you can have all the most modern services: telephone in the room, air conditioning, safe, wi-fi, taxi service, in some even sea water or geothermal pools …
In short, everything that makes you forget, but you would do well to appreciate the sense of “distance” from everything and everyone, of being on a remote island in the middle of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

If you are convinced that a holiday in Panarea is for you, you can buy your ship or hydrofoil tickets here .

Below is a map of the island of Panarea with the hotels on
Widen your view to see the location of the hotels and look at their pages and book your holidays in Panarea!

Ships and hydrofoils to get to Panarea

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