The imposing main building of the hotel was built in Vaporia, the aristocratic district of the capital Ermoupolis, during the 19th century (1857). Fans of neo-classical beauty are impressed by it as it has been preserved and most of it has been kept intact with its balconies of Parian marble, the unique antefixes, archaic gables and wooden-carved eaves still present. In 1988, the building was officially declared a historical monument, and over the years it has been expanded and has adapted to the needs of the modern era, combining the aesthetics of the 19th century with all the comforts of a contemporary hotel.
The rooms of Syrou Melathron distinguish in style and finesse. The nobility and the images of a bygone era are evident everywhere and harmoniously coexist with the contemporary comforts provided.
Located at the 1st/2nd floor of the main building accommodate up to 3 persons.Read more
Located at the ground floor of the Main building is ideal for a family or a party of 4 personsRead more
Ideal for a family or a party of up to 4 persons at an affordable price.Read more
Syros is geographically located in the centre of the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Cyclades group of islands.
Its name roots from the word Sour or Sur, which means "rocky" as the island emerges from the sea in the form of bare and precipitous rocks. Another version of name origin suggests that it derives from the ousyra or ousoura, Phoenician for happy.Read more