Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa in Tourlos

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by Santorini Dave • Updated: May 8, 2021

Essentials
• Location: Overlooking the marina at the New Port in Tourlos.
• Hotel website: mykonosriviera.gr/
• Hotel phone: +30 22894 40100
Check prices on Booking.com

Infinity pool at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos, Mykonos

The infinity pool and sun loungers at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Contemporary, luxury hotel with a saltwater infinity pool, expansive spa, casual and haute cuisine, and sunset sea views.

A design-forward hotel with a crisp, nautical style, Mykonos Riviera welcomes guests with a variety of cosmopolitan rooms, suites, and maisonettes – most with private jacuzzis, pools, or both. The hotel boasts one of the island’s rare, heated infinity pools with stunning sunset views over the marina and served all day by the Pool Club, featuring casual, Mediterranean fare and inspired, craft cocktails. Greek-Lebanese fine dining is on offer nightly and complemented by an extensive selection of Greek wines. The hotel’s high-end spa adds a thalassotherapy pool and a traditional, Turkish hammam with a host of wellness “rituals” based on ancient Greek healing practices. Ideally located within easy reach of Mykonos Town yet removed from the crowds.

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Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Location


    Mykonos Riviera sits on the main road in Tourlos, directly behind the marina at the New Port. From the ferry terminal, it’s a 9-minute walk to the hotel. The hotel is about 1 km from Agios Stefanos Beach, 1.5 km from the Old Port, and 2 km from the heart of Mykonos Town, where most of the island’s restaurants, bars, and nightclubs are.

    How to Get There:
    Mykonos Riviera is located on the main road connecting Mykonos Town to the ferry port, making it very easy to reach by SeaBus, taxi, or driving yourself. It is approximately 700 m from the Mykonos ferry port (New Port), and 4.5 km from the Mykonos Airport to the hotel.

    Visitors arriving by ferry can take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle from the New Port directly to the hotel. Another option is taking SeaBus from the ferry terminal to the marina station, from where it is just a 4-minute walk to reach the hotel. The SeaBus departs every half hour; the fun little boat trip takes 3 minutes and costs €2.

    Taxis are available from the port or airport, though there are only about 30 taxis serving the whole island, so there is often a long wait; schedule a ride through a private car service in advance to avoid this (I use and recommend Welcome Pickups). Taxis on Mykonos are not metered, so be sure to agree on a price with the driver before setting out. A taxi from the port or airport to Mykonos Riviera will cost roughly €20-25. Booking through a private car service will cost only a bit more – about $38 (€31) – and is worth it to avoid the wait and for the convenience of paying ahead. The hotel also offers an airport shuttle or private transfer; contact Mykonos Riviera directly to arrange an airport pickup.

    From the airport, you may reach the hotel by bus. Most of the travel season, there is a bus running 11 times a day from the airport to Fabrika (Mykonos Town) before continuing on to Tourlos/New Port. During high season (July and August), a supplemental route runs 4 times a day between the airport and New Port without a stop in Fabrika. The bus from the Airport to Fabrika should take around 10 minutes, and the bus from Fabrika to the New Port should take just under 10 minutes. Tell the driver to drop you off at Mykonos Riviera. It is about a 1-minute walk from the bus stop to the hotel. The total trip should cost about €4 and take under an hour, depending on how long you wait at Fabrika for the New Port bus. Tickets are purchased (cash only) on the bus or from a manned kiosk at the terminal.

    For those who prefer to drive themselves, we recommend renting a car either at the airport on arrival or in Mykonos Town. We strongly recommend reserving a vehicle in advance, especially if you require automatic transmission. Upon arrival at the hotel, Mykonos Riviera offers free parking.

    Handy To: ​New Port/ferry terminal (9-minute walk), Agios Stefanos Beach (14-minute walk), Chora/Mykonos Town’s dining, nightlife, and shopping (25-minute walk, 8-minute SeaBus ride, or 4-minute ride in the hotel’s free shuttle).

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – The Basics


  • Ages: Mykonos Riviera is open to guests of all ages. Accommodations are all spacious, ranging from 29 square meters up to 490 square meters, and all have the option of either 1 king bed or 2 twin beds, plus a sofabed and free baby cots. Babysitting and children’s meals available on request.
  • Beach: The nearest beach to Mykonos Riviera is Agios Stefanos, a 14-minute walk north past the New Port. This small, sandy beach is partially organized with a lifeguard on duty, a small beach club, and a couple of restaurants nearby. Heading 2km south on foot or by SeaBus leads to is a small beach at the Old Port (1 of 3 beaches in Mykonos called Agia Anna). Though it is an unorganized beach with no bar or restaurant service, there is a lifeguard there and it’s just a few steps to several casual restaurants and bars. The closest fully organized beach is at Ornos, a 9-minute drive away. This is a popular beach with golden sand, clear water, and plenty of restaurants and beach clubs with sunbed and umbrella rentals. Ornos Beach and several other great beaches on Mykonos’ south end can be reached by bus. Take the southbound bus to Fabrika, the main bus station in Mykonos Town, then transfer to a second bus to Ornos, Platis Gialos, Paraga, Paradise, or Agios Ioannis Beach. Or take the SeaBus from the marina to the Old Port bus station to reach the northern and eastern beaches (Panormos, Elia, Kalo Livadi, and Kalafati), which tend to be less crowded.
  • View: Riviera Retreat Rooms have partial sea views; all other rooms, suites, maisonettes, and the villa boast panoramic sea views over the marina to the sunset.
  • Kitchen: The 8 Bedroom Villa includes a fully equipped gourmet kitchen. Pool Suites have barbeque setups on their private terrace.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Most rooms and suites feature private, outdoor jacuzzis, pools, or both. The Ambio Retreat Rooms, Glam Retreat Rooms, Laveer Retreat Rooms, and Junior Suites have outdoor jacuzzis. Elixir Pool Retreat Rooms, Marina 1 Bedroom Pool Suites, Anchor Courtyard Pool Suites, Laveer 1 Bedroom Pool Suites, and Eccentric 2 Bedroom Fitness Pool Suites all include outdoor, private pools heated on request. Signature 1 Bedroom Spa Pool Suites, Signature 2 Bedroom Spa Pool Suites, Courtyard 2 Bedroom Maisonettes, and Secret 3 Bedroom Maisonettes boast both private outdoor jacuzzis and pools. The 8 Galaxy Retreat Rooms and Galaxy Retreat Suites all share a semi-private pool available only to the guests of these room types. Finally, the hotel’s 8 Bedroom Villa offers 1 large (80 square meters) and 2 small (25 square meters) infinity pools, heated on request.
  • Parking: The hotel offers complimentary valet parking on site.
  • Extras: 24-hour reception, free shuttle to and from Mykonos Town nightly from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, complimentary arrival and departure port transfer, twice daily maid service, free use of sauna and hammam in spa, wine tastings, private dining, private barbeques with chef, cooking classes, gourmet picnic baskets, private dock, welcome wine and fruits, complimentary bottle of mastiha in room, 24-hour gym, honeymoon/romance packages, weddings and events, skilled concierge team.
  • When to Book: Mykonos Riviera is open from early May to early October. Reserve at least 3 months in advance (4 months is better) for stays during the high season from June through September and about 2 months in advance for the low and shoulder seasons.
  • How to Book: Booking.com will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +30 22894 40100
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: mykonosriviera.gr

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Amenities


  • Pool: The hotel offers a 200-square-meter, heated, saltwater infinity pool with sunset views toward the marina and port. The pool sits immediately above the reception with a partial glass floor; swimmers can see down into the lobby; downstairs guests can see up into the pool. At night the pool is lit with small fiber-optic lights to mimic a starlit sky.
  • Spa: The hotel offers a heavenly, 500-square-meter spa with a heated thalassotherapy pool, a sauna, and a spacious, traditional hammam. Wellness services are inspired by the healing techniques and rituals of Hippocrates paired with contemporary therapies and cutting-edge products. Guests enjoy complimentary access to the spa’s sauna and hammam.
  • Fitness Center: The 24-hour gym features a range of cardio, strength training, and stretching machines, along with free weights and TRX equipment.
  • For Disabled Guests: A rare thing in Mykonos: all rooms and facilities are accessible by elevator. Though no rooms are specially designed with wheelchair users in mind, all have walk-in showers with no lip to step over, separate from the free-standing bathtubs. Though it’s definitely not ADA compliant, this is perhaps the best hotel in Mykonos for those with limited mobility.
  • For Families: Mykonos Riviera welcomes guests of all ages in their generously sized rooms and suites, all with the option to be set up with 1 king or 2 twin beds, plus they have sofabeds; baby cots are available for free. Babysitting and children’s meals can be arranged.
  • Activities: The hotel hosts wine tastings, private dining, cooking classes, private barbeques, DJs all day by the pool, and live music at the pool bar during sunset. A dedicated concierge team can organize a host of off-site activities, such as speed boat excursions to secluded beaches with a chef-prepared picnic basket, sunset photoshoots, helicopter tours to nearby islands, archaeological tours to Delos, and more.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Food and Drink

  • Restaurant: The hotel’s signature Lafs Restaurant prepares a Greek-Lebanese fine dining experience with a carefully-curated range of Greek wines, and an emphasis on local ingredients and fresh seafood, plus a selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes. Lafs offers a romantic ambiance with sunset sea views and al fresco seating. Dinner only; open from 8:00 p.m. to midnight.
  • Restaurant: The Pool Club is open all day into the wee hours, serving a casual menu of Greek-Mediterranean entrees, mezes, light bites, and salads, along with fresh cocktails, mocktails, and wines.
  • Lounge/Bar: The Pool Sunset Bar offers wonderful views, live music and DJ sets, and an array of cocktails, mocktails, wine, fresh juices, and coffee plus a selection of canapes and finger foods available every afternoon and evening.
  • Breakfast: A complimentary breakfast is on offer each morning from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. A selection of a la carte eggs, pancakes, smoothies, champagne, and coffee drinks are complemented by a fresh buffet of local cheeses, meats, fruits, yogurt, bread, pastries, and various Mykonian specialties.
  • Room Service: Available until midnight.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Rooms


  • Room Types: Riviera Retreat Room • Panoramic Retreat Room • Laveer Retreat Outdoor Hot Tub • Ambio Retreat Outdoor Hot Tub • Glam Retreat Outdoor Hot Tub • Elixir Pool Retreat • Laveer Courtyard View Retreat • Galaxy Sharing Pool Retreat • Junior Suite Outdoor Hot Tub • Mast 1 Bedroom Suite • Marina 1 Bedroom Pool Suite • Anchor Courtyard Pool Suite • Laveer 1 Bedroom Pool Suite • Eccentric 2 Bedroom Fitness Pool Suite • Signature 1 Bedroom Spa Pool Suite • Galaxy Sharing Pool Suite • Signature 2 Bedroom Spa Pool Suite • Courtyard 2 Bedroom Maisonette with Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub • Secret 3 Bedroom Maisonette with Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub • Mykonos Riviera 8 Bedroom Villa
  • Smoking Rooms: The hotel does not allow smoking in any of its rooms. Smoking is allowed on the private terraces and in the outdoor common areas.
  • Best Room: For most travelers, the Signature 1 Bedroom Spa Pool Suite is the best room. Spanning 135 square meters of indoor space and 79 square meters of outdoor space, this luxurious suite comfortably sleeps up to 4 guests. Its sun terrace offers an al fresco dining table, barbeque grill, 4 sunbeds fronting a sea view, saltwater, infinity pool (heated on request) and an outdoor jacuzzi. Inside, find a roomy spa with a sauna, steam room, and private gym on the ground floor and the master bedroom, ensuite bathroom, and separate living room with a sofabed.
  • For Families: Mykonos Riviera is open to guests of all ages and features a huge selection of family-friendly suites and maisonettes. While families traveling with young children should be comfortable in the Secret 3 Bedroom Maisonette with Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub described above, larger families or those just wanting more privacy should consider Signature 2 Bedroom Spa Pool Suite (155 square meters inside, sleeps up to 6 – the same amenities and layout as the Signature 1 Bedroom, but with a second bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor) or the Secret 3 Bedroom Maisonette with Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub (125 square meters inside, sleeps up to 9 – same amenities and layout as the Signature 2 Bedroom but with a third bedroom and third bathroom in place of the spa on the ground floor). For multigenerational families or groups of families traveling together, the hotel offers an enormous Mykonos Riviera 8 Bedroom Villa with 13-bathrooms, 3 pools, a gourmet kitchen (private chef available), optional butler service, several indoor and outdoor living areas, indoor and outdoor dining areas, 2 private elevators (1 inside and 1 outside connecting the villa to the hotel’s amenities.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – Local Transport

  • Walking: The hotel is located on the main road in Tourlos overlooking the marina and the New Port, where the inter-island ferries and cruise ships arrive and depart. The ferry terminal is a 9-minute walk away, though the hotel offers complimentary arrival and departure shuttles, so there is no need to walk there. The closest beach, Agios Stefanos, is about a 14-minute walk north, while the dining, nightlife,and shopping of Mykonos Town is about a 25-minute walk south. Be advised that there is no sidewalk along this stretch of road until you are closer to the Old Port of Mykonos Town. Mykonos Riviera offers a free shuttle to and from town every hour from 7:00 p.m. to midnight every evening. A handful of casual tavernas and restaurants are within a 5-minute walk of the hotel in either direction along the main road
  • Bus: Mykonos Riviera is just a 1-minute walk from the bus stop with routes running between the New Port and Mykonos Town (Fabrika bus stop). From Fabrika, it’s just a 5 to 15-minute walk to all the hotspots: Little Venice, Chora (downtown), and the Old Port. Fabrika is the main bus stop in Mykonos Town, with routes from here linking to the airport, New Port (Tourlos), and some of the island’s best beaches: Platis Gialos, Ornos, Agios Ioannis, Paradise, and Paraga. Walk 14 minutes from Fabrika to the Old Port bus stop to reach Agios Stefanos Beach, Ano Mera village, and the quieter beaches of Panormos, Elia, Kalo Livadi, and Kalafati. Bus tickets cost from €1.60 to €2.30, depending on the destination. Buses can get very crowded, especially during the high season, so much so that they often fill to capacity and are unable to take on more passengers. There are only 26 public buses serving the island. Bus schedules change every couple of weeks, so check the KTEL website for the most current timetables.
  • Taxi: The island’s main taxi stand is at the Old Port behind the Cosmote building and next to the post office, about a 21-minute walk from the hotel. There is also a taxi stand near the Fabrika bus stop, about a 35-minute walk away, but there are generally fewer taxis traveling through this area. There is almost always a wait at either taxi stand as there are only 30 taxis serving the entire island. Book ahead to avoid the wait, and have the driver meet you at the hotel instead. There will be a surcharge for advanced reservations (about €5) and for carrying luggage, usually just a couple of euros. A taxi from the port or airport to Mykonos Riviera should be about €15-20.
  • Water Taxi: The New and Old Ports and several beaches are connected via a boat system. The SeaBus connects the New Port and Old Port with 4 stops: the ferry terminal, the marina (closest stop to the hotel), the Old Port bus/taxi stations, and the Old Port near Chora. Water taxis also serve the southern beaches, with routes connecting the main beaches at Ornos and Platis Gialos with the more remote beaches at Paraga, Paradise, Super Paradise, Agrari, and Elia. A one beach pass is €10, while an all-day, all-beach pass costs €20.
  • Scooters and ATVs: Scooters are the main mode of transportation for the locals, and ATVs are super popular with tourists, but if you’re unfamiliar with the terrain, these can be very dangerous to drive. The roads in Mykonos are zig-zagging, hilly, narrow, littered with potholes, sometimes dirt roads, and without street lights in most areas outside of Mykonos Town. And that’s not to mention the aggressive drivers, some of the world’s worst. A rental car is a much safer bet than a scooter or ATV, and can just as easily reach the more remote beaches on the island.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – What’s Nearby?

Best Nearby Restaurants

  • Cantina: Souvlaki, gyros, and traditional Greek street food, along with burgers, fries, and salads. Delicious, cheap, and filling. 1-minute walk.
  • Compass: Greek-Mediteranean fare for brunch, lunch, and dinner with spectacular sunset views, a full bar, and a fantastic wine list with plenty of Greek varieties. ​4-minute walk.
  • Limnios Tavern: Traditional Greek food in a charming space on the hillside above Agios Stefanos Beach. Wonderful sunset views toward Delos Island. Reservations recommended for sunset view tables. 15-minute walk.
  • Caesar’s: Family-owned restaurant serving traditional Greek comfort foods in a friendly atmosphere. 27-minute walk.
  • Kadena: Casual, waterfront spot for Greek and Italian food all day long until the wee hours. 27-minute walk.
  • M-eating Restaurant: Creative, Greek fine dining with a casual atmosphere. Known for their lamb and beef dishes, fresh seafood, and Mykonian onion pie. 28-minute walk.
  • To Maereio: Cozy restaurant serving traditional Greek family recipes and fantastic wine. This popular restaurant does not take reservations, so arrive early or have a glass of wine on the terrace while waiting. 28-minute walk.
  • Funky Kitchen: Phenomenal Greek-Mediterranean restaurant, fusing classic flavors and modern techniques and featuring seasonal, local ingredients. Great vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Reservations recommended. 32-minute walk.

Best Nearby Bars and Breweries

  • 54 Cocktail Bar and Sunset Lounge: Gay/straight bar and dance club with an awesome DJ, friendly staff, and fantastic cocktails. The party starts late here, so arrive around 9 or 10 for a chill vibe or after midnight for a livelier atmosphere. 25-minute walk.
  • Skandinavian Bar Disco Nightclub: One of the oldest night spots in Mykonos, Skandinavian is a large complex with 2 bars downstairs, a rowdy dance club and bar upstairs, and an outdoor courtyard. 29-minute walk.
  • Old Customs Café: The only rock bar in town, Old Customs plays a steady stream of indie, punk, and classic rock all through the night. Great beer, standard cocktails with heavy pours, and reasonable prices. 29-minute walk.
  • Jackie O’ Bar: The most fun bar in Mykonos, Jackie O’ is a gay bar (straight-friendly) open for sunset cocktails, all-night dancing, and nightly drag shows. They have a sister bar on Super Paradise Beach that’s also worth a visit. 29-minute walk.
  • Babylon: Right next door to Jackie O’ Bar, this popular gay bar (straight-friendly) and dance club hosts regular events, including drag shows, dancers, and theme parties from sundown to sunup. 29-minute walk.
  • Bao’s Cocktail Bar: Named after the pirate Bao, defender of the island, this bar offers amazing cocktails, all night dancing, and some of the best sunset views in Mykonos. Reserve ahead for the best view tables, or drop in anytime late for drinks and partying in the main bar or in their performance/VIP lounge Secret of Bao’s upstairs. 30-minute walk.
  • Semeli the Bar: Spectacular sunset views outside and a packed dance floor inside. This bar tends to attract a younger crowd and more Americans than other bars in Mykonos. There is a 1-drink minimum per guest. 30-minute walk.
  • Galleraki: Gorgeous spot for sunset cocktails and a lively atmosphere late into the night. The best views are from their upstairs balcony, so reserve ahead or arrive early to snag a spot there. 30-minute walk.
  • Scarpa Bar: The best fresh fruit cocktails in Mykonos, and also known for their signature drinks, especially the Roger Rabbit (vodka, carrot, lime, peach, passionfruit). Their namesake Scarpa cocktail is the Greekest drink you’ll ever taste (mastiha, vanilla, beet, lemon, yogurt). Sunset views and house music until sunup. 30-minute walk.
  • Katerina’s Cocktail Bar and Restaurant: Owned by the first female Greek sea captain, Katerina’s Bar offers a perfect perch for sunset views from the upstairs bar or the downstairs restaurant, serving exceptional seafood and refreshing cocktails at both spots. 30-minute walk.

Best Nearby Cafes

  • Cafe Vero: Coffee shop by day, cocktail bar by night. Wonderful espresso drinks, fresh juices, and a wide range of Greek craft beers. 21-minute walk.
  • Attica Bakeries: Greek bakery chain offering hot and cold coffee drinks, fresh pastries, desserts, and handmade breads. Open 24 hours a day. 22-minute walk.

Nearby Shopping and Cool Shops

  • Hondos Center: Well-known Greek chain cosmetics store with a wide range of skin care, makeup, perfumes, and more. 24-minute walk.
  • Ilias Lalaounis: Iconic jewelry store offering unique works by the legendary late goldsmith. 24-minute walk.
  • Soho Soho: There are 4 branches of this designer store in Mykonos, 2 of which are in Mykonos Town. Both of the shops are about an 28-minute walk away, one for men and one for women.
  • Elena Makri: Luxury women’s boutique by the former Vogue editor-in-chief. Clothing, shoes, and accessories that take inspiration from classical Greece. 28-minute walk.
  • Rarity Gallery: Truly amazing collection of contemporary artwork and exhibits, free admission, and no pressure to buy. 28-minute walk.
  • Optique Boutique: Stylish frames and sunglasses shop with a staff that excels at matching up shoppers with their most flattering shapes. 29-minute walk.
  • Osklen: Innovative, high-end, Brazilian streetwear boutique selling clothing, beachwear, shoes, and accessories for men and women. 29-minute walk.

Nearby Attractions


  • Old Port: Beautiful waterfront neighborhood with restaurants, bars, shops, and a beach, plus the ferry to Delos Island. The port begins about a 19-minute walk from Mykonos Riviera; it takes about 10 minutes to walk from one end to the other.
  • Boni’s Windmill: This 16th-century windmill is the oldest on the island and offers gorgeous sunset views from the top of the hill. Inside the windmill is part of the Agricultural Museum, open in the summer months from 2 pm until 8 pm. 28-minute walk.
  • Little Venice: The western half of Mykonos Town, with sunset view restaurants, lively bars, and all-night shopping, mostly built in converted 18th-century fishing houses. 30-minute walk.
  • Paraportiani Orthodox Church: A complex of 5 churches built over the course of 2 centuries beginning in 1425. 30-minute walk.
  • Windmills of Kato Mili: 5 picturesque windmills that were once part of the largest, most important flour mill on the island that was in operation from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Only the exteriors are available to visit now. This is the most recognizable landmark on the island. 33-minute walk.
  • Folklore Museum: Tiny, slightly disorganized collection of 19th-century Mykonian furniture, ship parts, and artifacts once owned by a local pirate. Free admission (donations welcome). 30-minute walk.
  • Delos Island: A holy sanctuary for over 1,000 years before becoming known as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. The ruins of Delos are one of Greece’s most important archaeological sites. Ferries leave from the Old Port several times a day, cost €20 round-trip, and take about 20 to 30 minutes to reach the island, depending on the weather. A guide is recommended.

Nearby Markets or Grocery Stores

  • Arista Super Market: Friendly little grocery store with cold drinks and sandwiches, in addition to affordable food staples, snacks, beer, and wine. 1-minute walk.
  • Periptero Convenience Store: Well-stocked mini mart near the public parking lot at the Old Port with snacks, cold drinks, wine, beer, and Cuban cigars. 18-minute walk.

Mykonos Riviera Hotel & Spa – The Hotel

Exterior and pool of Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

Mykonos Riviera is designed according to Cycladic tradition, with a cubic shape, whitewashed walls, and locally sourced stonework that allows it to blend with the natural landscape.

The pool at night in Mykonos Riviera Hotel in Tourlos

The hotel is built in several floors centered around a stunning saltwater infinity pool, lit up like a starry sky at night. This is one of the very few heated swimming pools in Mykonos.

View of Baos and Rineia Islands from the pool of Mykonos Riviera

The pool offers sweeping Aegean Sea views toward the islands of Baos (foreground) and Rineia (background).

View of Old Port from Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

Facing south, the pool view is toward the Old Port, Mykonos Town, and the peninsula of Agios Ioannis.

Reception and lobby of Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

The pool sits directly above a contemporary lobby and reception desk…

Glass ceiling of the lobby in Mykonos Riviera, Tourlos

with a partial glass ceiling looking up into the pool above.

Lafs Restaurant, marina, and boats at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

Lafs Restaurant and the Pool Club sit next to the pool with views over the marina and port toward the sunset. Lafs is open for dinner only and serves a creative Greek-Lebanese menu. The Pool Club is an all-day, casual restaurant cooking up Greek favorites and light fare.

Night at Lafs Restaurant in Mykonos Riviera, Tourlos

Night view of the marina, sailboats, and cruise ships from romantic Lafs Restaurant.

Wine tasting room at Mykonos Riviera

Behind the pool is the wine tasting room. Tastings are led by the hotel’s sommelier and explore regional Greek wines, their tastes, history, and the winemaking process. Wine tastings include finger foods and cheeses or a full degustation menu arranged by the chef.

Thalassotherapy pool at Mykonos Rivera Hotel in Tourlos

Mykonos Riviera offers a holistic spa with a heated, indoor, thalassotherapy pool with a range of seawater body treatments.

Hammam at Mykonos Rivera in Tourlos

The hotel also boasts a traditional Turkish hammam and a host of therapies based on ancient Greek healing rituals.

Glam Retreat Room at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

Rooms and suites, including the Glam Retreat here, feature a breezy, nautical theme with sailing rope details paired with a blue and white palette and marble floors.

Private pool of the Laveer One Bedroom Suite at Mykonos Riviera Hotel in Tourlos

Most rooms and all suites, maisonettes, and the villa include a private outdoor jacuzzi, pool, or both. This is the private infinity pool (heated on request) of a Laveer 1 Bedroom Pool Suite.

Ambio Retreat room at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

The Ambio Retreat (seen here) is one of the hotel’s entry-level toom types, featuring an ample 39-square-meters of space and the same decor and amenities as the higher level rooms and suites.

View from the bathtub of an Ambio Retreat in Mykonos Riviera Hotel, Tourlos

Ambio Retreat Rooms offer an open-plan layout, sunny sitting area, and the guests’ choice of one king or two twin-sized beds.

Bathroom of the Ambio Retreat

Ambio Retreats feature free-standing bathtubs, walk-in showers, and dual vanities in their marble bathrooms.

Outdoor jacuzzi of an Ambio Retreat in Mykonos Riviera, Tourlos

Stepping out onto the Ambio Retreat’s private terrace, guests will find a heated, private jacuzzi and glorious sunset views over the Aegean.

Exterior of the 8 Bedroom Villa of Mykonos Riviera Hotel in Tourlos

The hotel’s largest suite is the Mykonos Riviera 8 Bedroom Jacuzzi, which sleeps up to 30 guests and offers 13 bathrooms, 3 infinity pools, a gourmet kitchen, and 2 private elevators (1 inside and 1 outside).

Living room of the 8 bedroom villa at Mykonos Riviera, Tourlos

One of the living rooms and dining tables of the villa. The 8 Bedroom Villa offers the same contemporary, Cycladic design as the rest of the hotel but in neutral tones and bespoke decor.

A bedroom in the villa of Mykonos Riviera Hotel in Tourlos

The 8 bedroom villa is comprised by connecting 5 luxurious suites with 3 glamorous rooms, each with a freestanding soaking tub and sea views.

A bedroom in the villa of Mykonos Riviera Hotel in Tourlos

The 8 bedroom villa is comprised by connecting 5 luxurious suites with 3 glamorous rooms, each with a freestanding soaking tub and sea views.

Sunset view from a bedroom in the villa at Mykonos Riviera

Many bedrooms in the villa offer romantic sunset sea views from their beds.

Infinity pool and sea view from the 8 Bedroom Villa at Mykonos Riviera in Tourlos

The largest of the 3 infinity pools of the 8 Bedroom Villa. All pools are heated on request. The villa has 2 more smaller infinity pools.

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