The Maltezana Beach Hotel situated along the most picturesque, natural bay of Astypalea, Maltezana, offers the superb hospitality of the island to its guests. Our hotel, thank to its location on the most beautiful beach of the island, delivers the unique experience of the Aegean Sea to its visitors. The Maltezana Beach Hotel extends to an area of 10 acres and consists of 6 traditional building complexes, designed under the Cycladic and Dodecanese architectural style. Our beach resort’s facilities include 42 rooms, our restaurant and pool bar.
Maltezana Beach Hotel has a wide range of quality up scaled services for you in Astypalaia. The services of the hotel are at your disposal since your arrival at the port or the airport of Astypalea. The mini van of the Maltezana Beach Hotel will be there to transfer you to the hotel, in case you need it.
As soon as you get in the hotel, the staff of the front office desk welcomes you and gives you the first necessary information regarding the island of Astypalea and the hotel.
Ms. Popi welcomes you at the breakfast area of the hotel, next to the pool. During our traditional Greek breakfast, you taste local flavors, such as the thyme honey of Astypalea, and many traditional recipes, such as the rice pudding.
In front of the breakfast area there is the swimming pool and the pool bar of the hotel where you can have your morning coffee or even a dive in the pool.
Alternatively, you can also go to the organized beach in front of the hotel to relax under the sun or to share your moments through our free Wi-Fi access. If you wish, you may as well order refreshment from the bar or have a traditional dish from the cuisine of the hotel.
It’s already afternoon and you can trigger yourself with the “a la carte” menu of the hotel’s restaurant. It is time for you to taste original recipes of the Aegean Sea and homemade specialties of Astypalea.
At the end of the day, our pool bar is there for you to enjoy our special and aromatique cocktails made by local ingredients, such as the thyme honey or the saffron of Astypalea.