Maryo Village

Maryo Village is named for the owner's grandmother—but that's the only grandmotherly thing about it.

By Eleni N. Gage, Thursday, Aug 13, 2009, 5:21 PM

Maryo Village

About this Hotel

Price From $135

A half-mile outside Naoussa, the 12-room Maryo Village first opened in 1986 and is decorated in a Poseidon-meets-Philippe Starck vibe. The combination of Greek and chic is evident on the large terrace, where an infinity pool overlooks the countryside and sea.

Next to the pool is an outdoor bar area with rattan sofas and white canvas cushions, colorful glass lanterns, and chess and backgammon boards.

The hotel feels like a private club, not least because its entrance is at the end of a winding road, unmarked, and hard to find.

Rooms at Maryo Village have televisions, mosquito-net canopies over the built-in beds, a wash of bright blue or red on the walls, and balconies.

Katerina, a double, and Maryo, a minisuite (the chaise makes it suitable for three) have the best views of both the sea and the courtyard.

Details Doubles from $135 (€95), including breakfast. Open April to October.