Mykonos Hotels – A Guide

Mykonos hotels are some of the most enchanting in the world. Traveling to the Greek Isles can be an unforgettable experience. If you’ve been searching for Mykonos hotels then look no further. We’ve scanned all Mykonos hotels in order to get you to the very best, especially when we’re talking group travel. This island can be a great place to travel with friends or family and cut loose. Before we get you there though let’s take a look at some background information on the island itself.

Mykonos is a Greek Island and part of the Cyclades, It experiences a typical Mediterranean climate, with sunshine for up to 300 days per year and average summer temperatures around 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Mykonos has a long history dating back over 10,000 years. It has been under the control of the Romans, the Venetians, the Ottomans and the Greeks, and in Greek mythology is thought to have been named after the son or grandson of the god Apollo. Points of interest include Municipal Library, Petros the Pelican, Mykonos Windmills, Little Venice, Armenistis Lighthouse, Tria Pigadia, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Aegean Maritime Museum, Folklore Museum, Lena’s House, Agricultural Museum and Panagia Paraportiani Church. Now that we have some background information on the island, it’s time to get you to Mykonos hotels that will really wow.

 

 

 

Anax Resort and Spa

Agios Ioannis Mykonos

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What’s around?

Anax Resort and Spa features seafront views, Cycladic architecture, modern amenities, a superb spa, an infinity pool, a hot tub, a restaurant, a private beach, bright units, balconies, patios, private pools, elegant bathrooms, smart TVs, Bluetooth access, air conditioning, a fully-equipped gym, a poolside bar, lounge-style sunbeds, a lobby bar, a snack bar and free WiFi. Near this hotel you may find Hippie Fish Mykonos (restaurant), Pili Beach Restaurant and more. From here, Nammos Mykonos is 1.3 miles, Mykonos Windmills is 1.9 miles, Meletopoulou Public Garden, Little Venice, Panagia Paraportiani Church, Scorpios Mykonos and Glam Club are 2 miles, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos and Mykonos Old Port are 2.3 miles, Cavo Paradiso is 2.6 miles and Mykonos Airport is 2 miles. Beaches within walking distance include Agios Ioannis (golden sand), Ornos (golden sand), Korfos (surfing), Kapari (mixed sand) and Glyfadi (mixed sand).

Approximate cost per night (exclusive two-bedroom suite): $1,017

Cost per person (four people): $254


 

 

 

Lithos by Spyros & Flora

Agios Ioannis

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What’s happening?

Lithos by Spyros & Flora has whitewashed design, a furnished balcony, a swimming pool overlooking the Aegean Sea, a lobby, a pool bar, kitchenettes, living areas, LCD TVs, spacious bathrooms, hairdryers, slippers, a lobby bar and continental breakfast. It’s near Diakoftis Mini Market, Vasilikos Restaurant, Bellissimo Pizza e Pasta, Mikrasia Mykonos Restaurant, Beefbar Mykonos (restaurant), Agios Ioannis Beach (bar), San Giovanni (church) and more. Nammos Mykonos is 1.6 miles, Mykonos Windmills is 1.7 miles, Meletopoulou Public Garden, Little Venice and Panagia Paraportiani Church are 1.8 miles, Glam Club is 1.9 miles, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos and Mykonos Old Port are 2.1 miles, Scorpios Mykonos is 2.3 miles, Delos Island is 2.9 miles, Mykonos Airport is 2.1 miles and Agios Ioannis Beach is 350 feet from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (suite with sea view): $323

Cost per person (four people): $80

 

 

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Mykonos Moussa

Agios Ioannis

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Near the Beach

Featuring air conditioning, free WiFi, dining areas, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, terraces, balconies, sea or mountain views, toasters, coffee machines, bathrobes and a sun terrace, Mykonos Moussa is close to Anax Resort & Spa and Lithos by Spyros & Flora as well as 1.5 miles from Nammos Mykonos, 2.1 miles from Archaeological Museum of Mykonos and Mykonos Old Port, 2.3 miles from Scorpios Mykonos, 2.8 miles from Cavo Paradiso, 2,800 feet from Ornos Beach, 2 miles from Mykonos Airport, 20 miles from Syros Island Airport, 11.6 miles from Archaeological Museum of Tinos and Megalochari Church and 19.8 miles from Paros Park.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom house): $296

Cost per person (five people): $59

 

 

 

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Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort

Agios Ioannis

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On the Beach

Located directly on Agios Ioannis Beach, Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort offers 5-star accommodations with cobble paths overlooking Delos Island, a health center, fine dining in stylish settings, cube-shaped Cycladic architecture, soothing interior décor, satellite LCD TVs, DVD players, iPod docking stations, balconies, patios, sea, garden or pool views, an open-air dining room, panoramic sea views near the pool, a bar with a terrace, a spa, a gym and a tennis court. Nammos Mykonos is 1.4 miles, Mykonos Windmills is 1.8 miles, Meletopoulou Public Garden and Little Venice are 1.9 miles, Panagia Paraportiani Church and Glam Club are 2 miles, Scorpios Mykonos is 2.1 miles, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is 2.2 miles, Mykonos Old Port is 2.3 miles, Cavo Paradiso is 2.7 miles and Mykonos Airport is 2.1 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (suite with private pool): $1,430

Cost per person (four people): $357

 

 

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Bellissimo Resort

Agios Ioannis

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Bay of Agios Ioannis

Bellissimo Resort includes spacious rooms, private porches or patios, a covered, seaward terrace, a swimming pool, air conditioning, sitting areas, refrigerators, safes, TVs, a buffet breakfast served daily on the restaurant’s terrace that overlooks the water and mountains and an on-site mini market.

Approximate cost per night: $178


 

 

 

DeLight Boutique Hotel

Agios Ioannis

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Overlooking Delos Island

With air conditioning, patios, balconies, sea views, an outdoor swimming pool, a hot tub, free WiFi, bright accommodations, LED TVs, DVD players, minibars, sitting areas, complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryers, modern bathrooms, spa bathtubs, steam baths, hydro-massage showers, a private pool, a pool bar, a restaurant, in-suite dining upon request, breakfast and a 24-hour front desk, DeLight Boutique Hotel also sits near Agios Ioannis Beach.

Approximate cost per night (DeLight suite with private pool): $770

Cost per person (three people): $256

 

 

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Casa Del Mar

Aleomandra

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What’s going on?

Offering Cycladic-style villas, sea views, a spa, wellness facilities, an indoor pool, a gym, cool stone floors, elegant living and kitchen areas, a large private terrace with panoramic views, TVs, free WiFi, a mobile phone to communicate with the front desk, free two-way airport transfer service, car/yacht rentals, concierge service, a private chef upon request and sun beds with umbrellas on a private beach, Casa Del Mar is one of Mykonos southernmost hotels located over its own private cove on Glyfadi Bay.

Approximate cost per night (family and friends seaside villa): $683

Cost per person (seven people): $98

 

 

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Marialena Villa

Unnamed Road

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Marialena Villa has a swimming pool, a shared lounge, a garden, pool views, free WiFi, patios, fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers, a grill and bicycle and car rental service.

Approximate cost per night (panorama grand villa): $1,046

Cost per person (sixteen people): $66

 

 

 

 

So there they are, Mykonos hotels that are sure to help create an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found value in this information and most importantly, that you enjoy your Greek Island getaway!

18 Replies to “Mykonos Hotels – A Guide”

  1. These hotels are enticing, beautiful, awesome and simply beaming of paradise. Thank you so much for sharing all these beautiful hotels here in myKonos. For real, I love this. If I were ever to visit Greece, staying here in any of these beauties would be my goal. Thank you so mych

  2. I’ve been to Mykonos and its absolutely stunning!  There are so many sights to see, things to do and places to eat that you will never be bored.  I loved your review of all of the hotels and their prices and what they have to offer.  This is something that is usually done with guesswork but with your concise descriptions and pictures, a decision can now be easily made!  Thank you!

  3. This is my 2nd time commenting on the destination you blog about. You always seem to knock it out the park with your beautiful sights and informative reviews. I especially like how you break  down the cost if there were a group of people wanting to chip in and rent one of these luxurious apartments for the night.

  4. Hi there. Thank you for sharing this post and guide on Mykonos Hotels. Out of numerous hotels to choose from, it is not an easy task to choose the best especially when one is not familiar with and have no knowledge about these hotels. It’s a relief that you have taken your time to put this guide together.

    I can see that you have an high taste and eyes for good things. These selected ones are extreme beautiful. But the price tags on them are high anyways…

    1. Shifts thank you for the comments. There is a mix of expensive and lower-cost hotels, all with excellent to outstanding quality, so something for everyone!

  5. OMG!!  I have traveled the Mediterranean on a cruise ship many years ago; and didn’t see Greece. I want to go back.  This gives me all the information possible to get that to become a reality for me.  I didn’t quite know how to go about knowing cost and all without asking AAA or something.  I didn’t want to waste there time on a what if.  I honestly can afford to do this and am so excited.  I love too that I don’t have to guess what to go see; you covered that too!   Thank you and bless you for putting all this information into a great site for me to view and show my honey.  I know I will make it there its just a matter of a year and my feet will be on that beautiful land experiencing it all.

  6. The hotels Resorts and Villa look amazing. I now have a great urge to go on holiday to Mykonos. Being cold in the UK the thought of warm temperatures sounds like heaven.

    The history was interesting.

     It is very useful to know what is available and places to visit near each place shown.

    I have to say, they certainly all did wow, even the cheapest was stunning and very enticing. 

    Really loved the villa at the end though, that was definitely the best. Having read this interesting article I would certainly be looking to visit Mykonos some time in the future.

    Thank you, I will share on social media for others to enjoy.

  7. Oh my, I’m so in love with Greek! I have a plan to travel there next year with my friends, so your hotel suggestions here really help me to plan my itinerary. I personally love to stay at DeLight Boutique Hotel or Marlanena Villa. The views are really great, so I will check more information about those places and discuss it with my friends. Thanks

  8. Of a truth, I know that Greece is very beautiful and awesome but comparing the thoughts I had in my head and the various hotels I have seen listed here, I can only say that I’m impressed and thanks for sharing this topnotch places with us all. For me, I like the Bellissimo Resort the most. Utmost serenity and ambience of tranquility. Thanks

  9. I’m not sure I have ever seen a place as beautiful and elegant as the Mykonos and it just seem to be that every site here seems to be just the perfect one and I kind of fancy how beautiful and elegant these hotels are. the Agios Ioannis  seems to peak my interest with all those special and beautiful design and having the breath of the Mediterranean to wake you up sums it all up. 

  10. Lithos by Spyros & Flora seems to make me remember all those beautiful old memories of watching movies on the greek gods and seeing how their houses were and all, this is simply awesome. It beams of beauty and radiance and I can only say that, a night in this place would equal the one spent with the gods. Thanks for sharing.

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