Only 100 yards from the quayside, set on a quiet square lined with lemon trees, Hotel Hydroussa combines a quiet, convenient location with low-key charm and value for money.
For those looking for a hotel that's easy to find, easy to get to and equally easy on the budget, the Delfini Hotel fits the bill perfectly. You step straight from quayside into reception. Rooms are simple - yet what they lack in facilities they make up for in charm and views.
Hotel Miranda has attracted aesthetes and connoisseurs since the 1960s (just check the visitors' book) and it's easy to see what drew them. Within the walls of this serene 19th century townhouse, art lovers find themselves steeped in Hydriot history.
Saronic Islands, Hydra
This grande dame of Hydra hotels offers calm, immaculately designed and furnished bedrooms - plus state of the art bathrooms, and suave service (including 24-hour reception). Quaint interiors provide an iconic stay with a delicious breakfast, served out in the courtyard garden, thrown in. Divine.
Hotel Orloff strives for 'elegance, tradition and style' (their words) - and succeeds. For a touch of aristocratic class within a stone's throw of Hydra's harbour, look no further.
A gorgeous colonnaded pool in a flower-accented courtyard, oak-beamed, whitewashed bedrooms in a historic building, and a peaceful location only minutes from the ferry quay make Bratsera one of Hydra's most magical places to stay. A delicious breakfast of local treats is included in the rate.
Hotel Hydra can claim to have the best view in the village from its perch high above the harbour, and inside the rooms with whitewashed stone walls are cool, light and airy, some with private patios.