Hotel Principe di Salina

Hotel Principe di Salina

A luxury boutique hotel with amazing sea views on the peaceful island of Salina.

  • Best For Couples, Honeymoon, Beach Holidays
  • Rooms 12
  • Highlights There's local flavour everywhere, from the freshest ingredients and friendly staff from the island to the majolica ceramics the rooms.

    Generous communal areas, with plenty of relaxation space plus an infinity pool with lots of loungers and a Jacuzzi feeding from an underground hot spring.
  • Holiday Offers 7 nights from £ 780 per person on a BB basis and private airport transfers

Hotel Principe di Salina

In prime position for the Aeolian Islands’ technicolour sunsets and the shooting flares from Stromboli, the Hotel Principe di Salina is set amidst the fabulous lush foliage of the greenest of the Aeolian archipelago.

Views from the infinity pool, the hotel terraces and the restaurant are no less spectacular.

The style is typically Mediterranean featuring white walls, ceramic tiles and large terraces covered with a cane ceiling and wooden beams.

The 12 rooms are situated in four buildings, separate from the main reception, all feature an outdopor terrace.

The main building houses the reception, the bar and restaurant, and has a large terrace with an infinity pool. 
  • Room service
  • Infinity pool
  • Hot natural spring spa bath


There are 12 double/twin rooms, each decorated very simply with warm, delicate colors, locally-made furnishings and rustic touches. All have an outdoor terrace: the top-floor Superior Rooms have sea views while the Classic Rooms overlook the hotel’s garden.
Room Facilities
  • Air-conditioning
  • Minibar
  • TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Terrace equipped with table and chairs

Hotel Restaurant

The views accompany every meal, the kitchen is led by chef and nutrician Silvana and the menu features healthy options inspired by Sicilian traditional cuisine. 

The Juice and Shisa Bar provides refreshing drinks and poolside snacks.
Other Restaurant Nearby
What to eat? The capers, in whatever form they are presented, and the fish. Finally, Malvasia, a wine with a sweet taste, very good even for teetotalers!

Where? ''Villa Carla'' in Leni, to eat the freshest fish and savour simple Sicilian cuisine, from the most classic to some really noteworthy culinary reinterpretation.


The Hotel Principe is situated a few steps from the centre of Malfa with bars and restaurants. From the port, a beautiful winding coastal road leads from the port in Santa Marina to Malfa.

Salina is only a small island, regular buses are available and you may just fancy hire a small car just for a day to explore at your own leisure.

Salina, located to the north-west of Lipari, is the second largest Aeolian Islands and also the second most populated, with a year-round community of about 2000 people.

In common with the other Aeolian Islands, the island’s origins are volcanic and it is characterized by two volcanic cones: Monte Fossa delle Felci (Ferns) and Monte dei Porri (Leeks), the two highest peaks of the archipelago. Keen walkers can take paths through the volcanic landscape to the mountain of Fossa delle Felci, a nature reserve with breathtaking views of the peninsula and Mount Etna, from a height of 982m.

The island's main activities are the cultivation of grapes, olives and capers and it is here that the famous sweet wine Malvasia is produced.


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