Mykonos Honeymoon Hotels

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by Santorini Dave • Updated: November 21, 2018

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My favorite place to stay in Mykonos is Mykonos Town. It’s got the most activity, lots of restaurants and shopping, and the best nightlife. But staying at one of the Mykonos beaches is also appealing and it’s a short bus ride (about 10 or 15 minutes) between Mykonos Town and most of the top beaches. The beach towns also have restaurants and beach clubs with music and a party vibe. But if you want action and activity then best to be based in Mykonos Town.

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  1. Trendy Mykonos Hotels

    Hi Dave,

    Looking at going to Mykonos for honeymoon in August. We like trendy bars, nightlife, luxury hotels, and nice beaches. Can you recommend an area to stay in Mykonos and also any hotels?

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      The vast majority of trendy bars and nightlife are in Mykonos Town, and the hippest luxury hotel there is Semeli Hotel. Semeli has two fantastic, trendy restaurants and a bar onsite (you gotta try Krama Restaurant, even if you don’t stay here), but the hotel owners are also the owners of 5 of the top clubs in Mykonos Town, so they are very tuned into what’s going on in town at that moment.
      Unfortunately, there are no great beaches near Mykonos Town. For a stylish hotel with beachfront rooms, try Branco Mykonos. Branco offers luxurious rooms and suites with direct beach access, many with private outdoor jacuzzis. Branso hosts music events on the beach three times a week with a live DJ, and they are within walking distance of the two best beach clubs in Mykonos: the world-renowned Scorpios and the ultra-luxe SantAnna. Plus they have an awesome pool, a spa on the beach, and great food and cocktails. There is a bus stop nearby, too, making frequent trips into Mykonos Town.
      If style is the top priority, check out Kensho Ornos. This is a design-forward, luxury hotel modeled after the maze-like streets of a traditional village, using straw-textured plaster, aged wood, Myconian stones, and elevated Cycladic elements. The hotel overlooks Ornos Beach, just a short walk away, and boasts 2 pools, a jacuzzi, and a phenomenal bar and restaurant.

  2. Good Mykonos Hotel for Honeymoon

    My fiancé and I are planning our honeymoon for the beginning of June and we are between Mykonos Grand, Myconian Ambassador, and Anax Hotel. Which one do you recommend we stay at?

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      These are all wonderful hotels but I prefer the location of the Myconian Ambassador set just back from Platys Gialos Beach. There are many more bars and restaurants here than in Agios Ioannis (where the Grand and the Anax Resort are located). And you can walk along the coast here between different beaches (very fun) and the buses into Mykonos Town run more frequently from Platys Gialos. But – if you’re looking for quiet and solitude then Agios Ioannis is great. There’s a small beach and a couple of good restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.

  3. Mykonos Essence Hotel

    Hi Dave, I’ll be travelling with my girlfriend, We’ve booked everything in Santorini following your guide. For Mykonos we would be coming in on 25th up til 27th of October. We are mainly interested in beaches and natural beauty not so much into the party scene. Would the Mykonos Essence hotel be a good choice?

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Mykonos Essence has a quiet location about a 5 minute walk from Ornos Beach. But it’s unlikely that you’ll be hitting the beach that late in October. It’s still possible to have warm beach weather but probably not. Also, there won’t be much of a party scene in late October so staying in town would give you a more central location without the downside of being in the thick of the busyness.

  4. Rocabella Hotel in Mykonos

    Hi Dave! We’re traveling to Mykonos is early October as part of our honeymoon. Cannot decide whether to stay closer to the beaches or Mykonos town. Will the beaches still be nice in October? We’ve used your reviews and travel guides to book most of our honeymoon and this is the last leg. Wanted to get your thoughts on the Rocabella hotel? Thanks for the help!

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Great hotel but less than ideal location. Sort of isolated. In October I definitely prefer staying close to Mykonos Town as everywhere else is pretty quiet.

  5. Best Time to Visit Mykonos for a Honeymoon

    What is the best month to visit Mykonos for a honeymoon holiday? We’re thinking somewhere between mid or late September and late October. What would you recommend?

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      September is a great month on Mykonos. But it does depend what you’re looking for. If you want dance parties and live DJs then best to be here before September 15. Good beach weather usually extends to late September or early October (and sometimes into the second half of October but that’s hard to guarantee). Some restaurants and hotels do begin to shut down by mid-October but there’s still plenty of open restaurants and low key nightlife into late October.

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