Need to know
32, including 15 suites.
12 noon, although changing facilities and storage are provided for late departures (and early arrivals).
Double rooms from $1022.18 (€867), excluding tax at 13 per cent.
Rates usually include a la carte breakfast.
Be sure to look out for Petros the Pelican, the waterside resident who has been the island’s official mascot for half a century. The spotting scope in the library, which provides great views of the town (only short walk away), should help.
At the hotel
Spa, art gallery, gym, valet parking, free WiFi throughout, concierge. In-room amenities: king-size beds, flatscreen TVs, laptops to borrow, iPod docks, DVD players, Nespresso machines, air conditioning, Apivita bath products.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms have enormous puffy day-beds, refreshingly spacious bathrooms and most have sea-facing balconies, but the VIP Suite is reached by its own elevator and includes a private, fully furnished verandah with Jacuzzi. In the Grace Suite, you can access the capacious indoor-outdoor hot tub via the walk-in shower, which itself doubles as a steam room. The Honeymoon Suite at the top of the complex offers stunning ocean views from its terrace, where you and your beloved can enjoy a Jacuzzi with drinks from the adjacent wet bar.
King-size sun-beds and umbrellas surround the pool. Staff are on hand to bring refreshments and occasional unexpected treats, such as iced towels or frozen fruit shots.
The spa has a large steam room, sauna, hydrotherapy bath and a 'serpentine' shower. A range of spa therapies, including massages, body scrubs and facial treatments is available.
Aspirin, to combat the after-effects of Mykonos’ renowned nightlife (or too many hot-tub tipples).
In room spa and beauty treatments can be arranged.
Cots/extra beds, highchairs and cartoon DVDs are available for under-12s, who stay free if they're sharing with parents and as long as the room type is big enough. Babysitting can be arranged with advance notice.