Monday 1 August, 2022
Whether you’re on a yacht charter or cruising the Med aboard your very own superyacht, sometimes you may wish to sleep ashore or use facilities your yacht doesn’t offer. Here is a sizeable list of the hotels that offer great accessibility for yachts.
El Palace, Barcelona
Founded by César Ritz, El Palace has welcomed guests through its doors for over 100 years. The luxury hotel is just two kilometres from Port Vell Marina.
Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, Mallorca
The local marina accepts yachts up to 35m, or further up the coast South is Port Adriano. A clifftop view will welcome you here, as you experience the resorts infinity pool or lavish spa.
Airelles Gordes, La Bastide, Gordes
A 40 minute scenic ride from Avignon is all that stands between you and this 16th Century stately resort. Set in the hilltop village of Gordes, the resort offers an exceptional wellness retreat.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes
A 19th Century mansion surrounded by 22 acres of pines and tropical gardens; the hotel has been accepting high-profile guests since 1870. Pass the onlookers at the swimming pool by tender and arrive in style.
Hotel Hermitage, Monte-Carlo, Monaco
The hotel offers some of the best views of Port Hercule and the superyachts in the marina courtesy of its exceptional Michelin starred restaurant terrace.
Hotel Casadelmar, Corsica
Two hectares of fresh and lush gardens afford the resort sublime privacy. Each of the rooms offers an exceptional view, and you can arrive by tender via private jetty.
Capri Tiberio Palace, Capri
Perched high in the island of Capri, the resort offers insurmountable views of the Marina Grande below. Selected artworks festoon the hotel’s beautiful Italian styled rooms.
Palazzo Avino, Ravello
Perched 350 metres above the scenic Amalfi coast, the 12th Century villa offers flowered filled terraces that have been used as a hideaway for many of the world’s rich and famous.
Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, Sicily
Stunning views across Sicily’s volcanic coastline are offered by this neo-classical hotel. Nestled into the crags of Taormina, the resort is next to the town’s ancient Roman amphitheatre.
Villa Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
The villa welcomes guests with stunning views across Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the vista of the Adriatic is even better from your balcony’s hot-tub or from the rooftop champagne bar.
Regent Porto Montenegro, Tivat
Moor right next to the yacht club here and bask in the limitless infinity pool. The syncrolift here now serves as an events venue, hosting everything from concerts to polo.
Miraggio Thermal Spa Resort, Halkidiki
The marina here can host yachts up to 40 metres, with the resort offering two pools and three restaurants as well as its incredible natural spring making the resort perfect for a wellness retreat.
Santa Marina Resort, Mykonos
101 suites and 13 villas make up the resort, which is tucked away pleasantly from the party atmosphere of the rest of the island. Arrive by helicopter or yacht to start your visit in true style.
Ultima Corfu, Corfu
Perched atop the rugged coastline and looking directly into the Ionian Sea, the secluded resort is made up of 1,000 square metres of tranquillity.
Myconian Villa Collection, Mykonos
With a helipad and marina in the Old Town the villa is easy to get to. 69 private villas’ make up the resort, each with their own stunning balcony infinity pools with views of the Aegean Sea.
Katikies Garden, Santorini
Built on the site of an 18th Century monastery, the hotel offers sanctuary from the crowds of tourists the island experiences each season. The suites offer a mix of spa pools and sea or coutyard views.
Lesante Blu, Zakynthos
Arrive by helicopter or tender here and marvel at the stunning view of the Ionian Sea. The Royal Grande Suite here is made up 160 square metres over two floors and includes an outdoor pool with its own bridge.
For more information about yacht charter, hotels and resorts, get in touch with the SWM Yachts charter broker or luxury concierge teams.