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Best known for its dramatic cliff views, eggshell buildings in traditional Greek architecture, romantic backdrops, LGBTQ-friendly community and a party atmosphere, the island of Mykonos is a beloved vacation destination. Gorgeous beaches along the Aegean Sea, warm Greek hospitality and iconic 16th-century windmills add to its allure. There is no shortage of hotels on the island, with the majority independently owned and operated. Prices range from very affordable inns to expensive luxury hotels, but most offer panoramic views and tranquil pools. Here are the best hotels in Mykonos.
Best Overall: Semeli Hotel
For a great location on the outskirts of Mykonos town, outstanding service and lavish, spacious accommodations, the gorgeous, 63-room Semeli Hotel is an excellent overall choice. The five-star hotel offers free valet parking, porter service and even doctor visits (should you need one).
You don’t have to worry about rushing to wake up on vacation because a fantastic breakfast is served until noon or can be served in your room. There are two gorgeous outdoor pools with a bar, sun beds and Jacuzzi – plus views overlooking the town. Rooms have private balconies, marble baths, soundproof windows, as well as plush robes and slippers. Guests can dine at the restaurant serving modern Greek cuisine or melt stress away with a treatment from the spa.
Best Budget: Milena Hotel
There are several affordable hotels near the nightlife scene in Mykonos, but for something a little calmer, the 18-room Milena Hotel is a wonderful option for budget travelers just outside the busy area. Rooms are simple, but clean and comfortable, with cheerful colors, private baths and mini refrigerators. Guests can take a basic breakfast of yogurt, cheese, fresh bread and eggs for an additional charge in the inviting dining area or relax in the rooftop garden with sweeping views of the sea. A bakery, restaurant and supermarket are near the hotel, and a bus runs frequently into town (which is about a 20-minute walk). TripAdvisor members felt that the hotel owners were very friendly and welcoming.
Best Spa Resort: Myconian Korali Relais and Chateaux Hotel
If you are looking for a larger resort atmosphere and more extensive spa, the 80-room Myconian Korali Relais and Chateaux Hotel is for you. The Satori Thalasso Spa offers guests five therapeutic pools, Elemis-trained spa therapists, as well as a range of body scrubs and wraps, hot stone massages and hydrotherapy. Guests can dine at the notorious Baos fine dining restaurant with fresh ingredients and a sublime setting or enjoy a gourmet breakfast buffet by the pool. The chic and glamorous George’s bar is a perfect place for mingling with other guests. Standard Rooms have around 300 square feet with bright décor, while larger rooms and suites have private Jacuzzis or pools.
Best Luxury: Bill and Coo Suites and Lounge
For an intimate, luxurious experience, Bill and Coo Suites and Lounge is a member of the Leading Hotels in the World and a perfect choice in Mykonos town. The all-suite hotel has some of the most spacious accommodations in the area, with a minimum of 410 square feet of space, modern, Earth-toned décor, beautiful balconies and tailor-made services such as personal assistants, personal trainers and even yacht charters. A fresh, a la carte breakfast can be enjoyed each morning by the pool area and Mediterranean fare is served throughout the day at the gourmet restaurant. Private dining is also available. Guests can unwind with a treatment from the spa or soak in the sun by the dazzling pool.
Best Boutique: Harmony Boutique Hotel
For a beautiful boutique hotel experience that is close to the city center, the 22-room Harmony Boutique Hotel is a top choice for an upscale stay. Built in 2004, the four-star hotel has gorgeous views overlooking the Old Port and minimalist accommodations with bamboo furniture, individual heating and cooling units, room service and patios or balconies – many facing the sea. Guests can unwind in the chic lounge bar, pool bar with cushioned poolside mattresses or indulge in a massage at the spa. TripAdvisor members loved the location – just five minutes’ walk from all the action, yet far enough away to relax. The hotel also has a fitness center and breakfast buffet.
Best for Families: Adonis Hotel
Finding a quiet place away from the party atmosphere that caters to families is difficult in Mykonos town, however the Adonis Hotel fits the bill. Located in Chora, the hotel has been in business since the 1970s and was recently renovated, including a new fitness center. Although the hotel doesn’t have dedicated children’s amenities, the atmosphere is very welcoming to families and is just a short walk or taxi to main attractions. The views are fantastic and overlook Little Venice and the picturesque windmills. Several types of rooms are available with elegant décor, sea views or garden views. Breakfast is included.
Best Nightlife: Super Paradise Hotel
If you’re visiting Mykonos for its notorious nightlife, the Super Paradise Hotel is the way to go. Located next to Super Paradise Beach, a popular LGBTQ gathering place and home to one of the hottest bars in Mykonos, guests can hear the beach party music from the hotel (the party starts around 5 p.m. each night). Rooms have modern décor, flat-screen televisions, balconies or patios with fantastic views, as well as stylish bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers. A cafeteria is on the property for basic provisions and there's also another bar (welcome drinks are included). A shuttle service can transport guests into old town for a small fee. TripAdvisor members noted that the staff goes out of their way for guests.
Best Beach: Mykonos Blanc Hotel
If you’re looking for the ultimate beach hotel on a quiet stretch of sand, consider the Mykonos Blanc Hotel, a worthwhile splurge set on pristine Ornos Beach. The elegant, white-washed hotel rooms have arched doorways with private balconies, rainfall showerheads and plush robes and slippers. Guests can go for a dip in the gorgeous outdoor pool, enjoy a cocktail from the beach bar or unwind with a treatment from the spa. Options include seaweed wraps, aromatherapy with minerals from the sea, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massages and more. The hotel has four restaurant and bars, including a hookah lounge, and beachside dining at the Asian-fusion restaurant.
Best Romance: Yakinthos Residence
The Yakinthos Residence is ideal for those who prefer to stay on the more secluded, north side of the island, and it makes the perfect romantic getaway. The hotel has 12 apartment-style rooms with a minimum of 325 square feet of space, traditional Mykonian architecture and private balconies or terraces with views of the Aegean Sea and Panormos Bay. The hotel is a popular choice for outdoor weddings, and can also arrange massages, beauty services, as well as boat trips to Delos island. Breakfast can be delivered right to the room, so couples can start the day with breakfast in bed. Panormos Beach itself is perfect for a stroll with your sweetheart without the loud party atmosphere.