Set on the Greek island of Paros, Parocks is redesigned to offer a unique hospitality experience with respect to the traditional architecture and topography, as well as the satisfaction of modern needs and aesthetic requirements.
The main features of the hotel, are not only its privileged location on east coastline of Paros and its unique view till the island of Naxos, but also the interesting composition of white Cycladic volumes in relation to the physical landscape.
Five independent buildings blend naturally in with the surroundings, forming a typical Cycladic settlement, a place that respects and complements local architecture. Parocks contains 42 rooms and suites which are redesigned with natural material as a main feature. Evidence of traditional architecture merges with contemporary tints and elements like the use of special technique on the walls, attaining a profound continuity of time, as well as a graceful coexistence of the prime and the modern. Moreover, claustra provide privacy in the rooms, aiming to generate total calmness in visitors, as well as privacy to the pool or jacuzzi which are inextricably linked to the magnificent view of the sea.
The design of the common spaces is entirely devoted to the visitor, constituting a social field of diverse qualities and activities. All spaces are organized and interacted harmoniously with the unobstructed view where the infinity pool plays a key role to the composition of holiday setting of unique luxury and sophisticated comfort. The idyllic beauty of natural surroundings tempts holiday seeking-travelers to re-balance their minds and reset their bodies in the context of a serene retreat of laid-back sophistication and Cycladic charm.
The Parocks color palette encompasses earthy tones and midnight blue, inspired by Aegean Sea, which harmoniously blend with the island’s landscape. The use of natural and modern material, clay, stone and cement designed and applied in great detail leading to a sense of belonging.
Elegantly simple with an uncompromised attention to detail, Parocks suggests understated luxury and leisurely finesse as the paramount terms of summer escape.