Reviews of all the best hotels on Mykonos. I’ll be adding new hotel reviews daily for the next few months. To read about only the top luxury hotels, read my post on the Best Mykonos Hotels.
Mykonos Hotel Reviews
- Belvedere Hotel – Mykonos Town
- Bluetopia Suites – Mykonos Town
- Cavo Tagoo – Mykonos Town
- Semeli Hotel – Mykonos Town
- Theoxenia Mykonos – Mykonos Town
- Anax Resort & Spa – Agios Ioannis
- Katikies Mykonos – Agios Ioannis
- Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort – Agios Ioannis
- Absolute Mykonos – Megali Ammos
- Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge – Megali Ammos
- Boheme Mykonos – Megali Ammos
- Myconian Korali – Megali Ammos
- Tharroe of Mykonos – Megali Ammos
- Kensho Ornos Boutique Hotel and Suites – Ornos
- Kivotos Mykonos Hotel – Ornos
- Mykonos Blanc – Ornos
- Santa Marina Resort and Villas – Ornos
- Branco Mykonos – Platis Gialos
- Myconian Ambassador Relais & Chateaux – Platis Gialos
- Nissaki Boutique Hotel – Platis Gialos
- Petasos Beach Resort & Spa – Platis Gialos
- Mykonos Blu – Psarou
- Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Tourlos/New Port
Mykonos Hotels by Town
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Mykonos Town Hotels
AKA Chora or Hora, the island’s capital is a charming tangle of narrow pedestrian-only streets densely packed with hotels, restaurants, bars, and shopping. Little Venice is a dense cluster of waterside bars and a favorite gathering place at sunset, as are the picturesque Kato Mili windmills. Mykonos Town is well-connected by bus to the beaches, ferry port, and interior villages.
One of the busiest beaches on the island, Ornos is a sheltered bay that is popular with families for its calm, shallow water. The beach and surrounding areas brim with boutique hotels, beach clubs, and restaurants. Several buses daily pass by Ornos en route from Mykonos Town to Agios Ioannis beach.
Platis Gialos Hotels
The best beach on Mykonos for a mix of restaurants, low-key nightlife, hotels, and good sand with a little something for everyone. Platis Gialos is also the main water sports beach in Mykonos, with kayaking, standup paddleboarding, wakeboarding, and flyboarding on offer. Excellent bus connections to Mykonos Town plus water taxis to other southern beaches in high season.
Megali Ammos Hotels
An easy, 500-meter walk south of Mykonos Town, Megali Ammos Beach offers great sand and wonderful swimming, though it can be windy. The fantastic Joanna’s Nikos Taverna is the only restaurant on the beach, and reservations are strongly recommended for dinner.
Agios Stefanos Hotels
This small, sandy beach is near the ferry port and offers a handful of restaurants and beach clubs. This is not the most beautiful beach in Mykonos, but it is great for swimming and protected from the winds. The area is well-connected to the airport by bus and to Mykonos Town by bus and water taxi.
- Mamp; Spa – Tourlos/New Port, near Agios Stefanos Beach
Agios Ioannis Hotels
This narrow sandy beach on Mykonos’ west coast is a favorite sunset-watching spot. Several boutique hotels sit on the hillside overlooking Agios Ioannis, while the beach itself is served by the restaurant/beach club Hippie Fish. Several daily buses connect Agios Ioannis to Mykonos Town.
Psarou Beach is one of the island’s most popular beaches, protected from the wind and boasting powdery white sand and a relaxed atmosophere. It’s also a minor water sports center, with windsurfing and water skiing. There are a couple of restaurants and a luxury shopping center here. The beach is well-connected by bus to Mykonos Town and by water taxi to other south coast beaches.
- Mykonos Blu – Psarou
Reachable via the Ano Mera bus (or via boat taxi from nearby beaches in high season), Elia Beach is a long, white, sandy beach with a relaxed vibe on the south coast of Mykonos. There is only one restaurant here – Elia Mykonos – and it’s a good place for seafood, beers, and cocktails on the beach. A ten-minute scramble along the rocks from the west end of Elia beach takes you to the small, pretty Agrari beach with more bars and beach clubs.
Lively Paraga Beach has beach clubs for every taste, some with wild, party vibes and some with sophisticated style, most notably Scorpios and SantAnna. A two-minute walk north across the headland is the pebbly Agia Anna beach, with low-key seafood tavernas and a more chilled-out vibe. Buses run here from Mykonos Town in summer.
Agios Sostis Hotels
The prettiest beach on the north coast, Agios Sostis is a long, wide strip of white sand and crystal-clear water. It tends to be less crowded than the south coast beaches but can be windy in July and August. At the north end above the beach, is the legendary Kiki’s Taverna, serving up terrific local dishes. You need your own wheels to get to Agios Sostis – a scooter or an ATV is better than a car, since the road is steep and narrow in places.
Super Paradise Hotels
Super Paradise is dominated by its namesake beach bar and club, where beach parties kick off in the afternoons and continue until the wee hours of the morning. During the day, the beach offers a chilled out vibe with plenty of space for sunning, swimming, and lounging. Only a few hotels and villas are here, tucked in the hillside overlooking the beach. In the high season, hourly shuttle buses from Mykonos Town run late into the night, while boat taxis serve the beach during the day.
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