With bright white interiors and accents from land and sea, the hotels of Milos echo the island landscape and its dramatic white rock beaches. Find your spot in town, on a private nature reserve, or even inside a windmill at these lodgings.

Arco Solium Suites

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Stay in the center of everything at Arco Solium in Adamas, the main port of Milos. The spot is ideal for younger travelers and those who don't have a car, since you'll have easy access to island amenities right outside your door, and it offers a luxury feel without being overly pricey.

The minimalist design capitalizes on the excess of natural light inside the spacious rooms. Bright white walls contrast with natural wood, botanic accents, and curving lines. Wander through the hotel garden or recline on the sun terrace (or your private balcony or veranda) after enjoying a fresh Greek breakfast.

White Rock Milos Suites

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Families will appreciate the two- and three-bedroom apartments and fully equipped kitchens found at White Rock Milos Suites. The modern accommodation sits close to the beach and is a 10-minute walk from the quiet town of Adamantas.

The suites are decorated in fresh white and earth tones, with plenty of furniture and amenities. They also offer private balconies or outdoor seating areas to enjoy the island breezes.

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Milos Breeze Boutique Hotel

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Blend luxury with traditional architecture at the Milos Breeze Boutique Hotel in the fishing village of Pollonia. The quiet clifftop retreat offers views of the Aegean Sea and the neighboring islands. Modern handmade design elements complement modern amenities and personalized service.

Each room has a private balcony or veranda where guests can enjoy their breakfast alongside the sea views and scents wafting up from the gardens. Take a restorative swim in the outdoor overflow pool enhanced with mineral water, then dry off on a sunbed and stroll over to the beaches, restaurants, and shops of Pollonia.

Aera Milos

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If you're looking for a stay that's a little less conventional, overnight in a windmill at Aera Milos. The property includes both the windmill itself and an adjacent studio, making it ideal for groups. The three-story windmill can sleep up to four people, while the studio is designed for two.

The fresh white interiors help guests feel like part of the island culture, especially in the sitting area of the windmill, surrounded by views of the sea and coastal landscape. If you choose to leave your quiet hilltop haven, the village of Tripiti is close by, and the main port at Adamas is just 2.5 miles (4 km) away.

White Coast Suites

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For a five-star romantic seafront stay, head to White Coast Suites, named for the island's signature white rocks that can be spotted around the property. The adults-only hotel sits on a private waterfront nature reserve, offering expansive sea views amid architecture designed to be luxuriously simple.

Each of the 22 suites has its own private pool with sea and sunset views in the Cycladic style. If you need more space to splash, there's also a larger pool complete with poolside bar and sun loungers. Alternatively, you could head down to the nearby rocky shore or just a few minutes further out to three sandy beaches. The onsite restaurant serves fresh Mediterranean cuisine, and if you can tear yourself away from the view, most of the other popular spots on the island are just a five- to 10-minute drive away.

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