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La Sirenetta Park Hotel Star Rating 4        
ia Monsignor Antonino Di Mattina 33

Set on a ridge beside a black-sand beach on Stromboli island, this seasonal (summer only) family-run hotel is 2.9 km from Stromboli volcano and 3.7 km from the lighthouse on Strombolicchio, a rocky volcanic inlet.
Hotel Cincotta Star Rating 3        
Via San Pietro

Set on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this upscale resort in whitewashed buildings has a private stairway to the nearest beach, and is a 3-minute walk from the Panarea port and ferry terminal.Airy, stylishly decorated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and laptop-sized safes, plus terraces with sunloungers. Upgraded rooms add sea views and/or sitting areas.
Hotel Hycesia Star Rating 3        
Via S. Pietro

Set on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this upscale resort in whitewashed buildings has a private stairway to the nearest beach, and is a 3-minute walk from the Panarea port and ferry terminal.Airy, stylishly decorated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and laptop-sized safes, plus terraces with sunloungers. Upgraded rooms add sea views and/or sitting areas.
Hotel Villaggio Stromboli Star Rating 3        
Via Regina Elena

Overlooking the volcanic formations of Strombolicchio, this Mediterranean-style seaside hotel is steps from the beach and 3.2 km from the center of Stromboli.The traditional rooms with antique furnishings feature balconies, satellite TV and minibars.
Villa La Rosa        
Via Rosa 24

Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, this quaint hotel, set in a rustic villa, is 2 km from Capo Graziano (cape) and 3 km from Grotta del bue marino sea cave.Featuring warm decor, the laid-back rooms offer handmade wood furniture, minifridges, and terraces with hammocks; many have sea views. TVs are available upon request, and room service is provided.
BEST WESTERN Hotel Lisca Bianca Star Rating 3        
Via Lani 1

Overlooking the port of San Pietro, this upscale hotel is 2.4 km from the Panarea Prehistoric Village and 5 km from Basiluzzo, the smallest of the Aeolian Islands.The bright, elegant rooms feature nautical colors, and Mediterranean-style and antique furnishings.
Hotel Phenicusa Star Rating 3        
Via Porto 7

Overlooking a rocky beach adjacent to the Filicudi ferry dock, this bright seafront hotel is a 14-minute walk from the Capo Graziano lookout point and 6 km from the Grotta del Bue Marino cave.Cozy rooms come with satellite TV and minibars; some feature vintage tile floors, and/or balconies with sea views.Amenities include a casual open-air restaurant and bar, plus a private beach area and a beach bar.
Quartara Resort Panarea Star Rating 4        
Via San Pietro 15

On a hillside overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and Basiluzzo island, this serene hotel is a 6-minute walk from Panarea port's ferries, and 3 km from Panarea Prehistoric Village.Airy rooms are furnished with ornate teak-wood pieces, lace details and individual touches such as canopy beds, handpainted tiles and/or iron chandeliers. They all have air-conditioning, TVs and minifridges.
Hotel Ossidiana Stromboli Star Rating 3        
Via Marina

Across the road from a beach and overlooking the ocean, this relaxed hotel is also a 2-minute walk from the Stromboli ferry landing and a 12-minute walk from Ficogrande beach.The bright, colorful rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and minibars. Some have balconies with sea views.
Hotel Tesoriero Panarea Star Rating 3        
Via San Pietro

A minute's walk from the ferry terminal and the Tyrrhenian Sea, this down-to-earth seasonal hotel is 2 km from both Zimmari Beach and Panarea Prehistoric Village.The straightforward rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs and minifridges, as well as furnished balconies or terraces. Some have sea views.
 
 
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The Aeolian Islands are a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily, named after the demigod of the winds Aeolus. The locals residing on the islands are known as Aeolians.