Mykonos, Greece

My Mykonos Hotel

Rates per night from$121.36

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR108.85), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Cycladic flower child

Setting

Old-town overwatch

Just 10 minutes’ walk from the Old Town, My Mykonos Hotel delivers Greek island minimalism and Aegean views without breaking the bank. This budget-boutique hotel is perched above the cobbled streets and blue-shuttered houses in Mykonos Chora, ensuring the pool and sun-soaked terrace command sweeping views over the town and sun-sparkled sea. Looks-wise, it’s a child of the free-spirited sort of luxury for which Mykonos is famous, featuring plenty of polished concrete, stripped wood, rattan furniture and fabrics in natural hues. With the bustling town a short stroll away, you can spend your morning browsing its boutiques, galleries and jewellery shops before returning for a cocktail-spiked lunch and lazy dip in the curving pool.

Smith Extra

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One sunset cocktail, per person to enjoy at the bar during their stay, plus €50 euro F&B resort credit for min 3 nights stays or more

Facilities

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Need to know

Rooms

48, including 15 suites.

Check–Out

Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm

Rates

Double rooms from $121.36 (€109), excluding tax at 13 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of €0.50 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Rates include an American buffet breakfast.

Also

The closest beach is Agios Stefanos, a short drive northwards. If you’re a stickler for secluded sands, hire a boat and land on Fragia Beach, reachable only by sea.

Hotel closed

The hotel is only open during the summer season, usually from May to October.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, laundry. In rooms: flatscreen TV; minibar; tea and coffee kit; free bottled water; Apivita bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Go for a one-bedroom pool suite – each has a spacious living area and a private terrace with a plunge pool, alfresco lounge area and hanging basket chair. If you’ve little Smiths in tow, go for one of the three- or four-person family rooms – the former has a sofa bed, the latter a set of wooden bunks.

Poolside

There’s a large unheated pool outside with panoramic views of the old town, coastline and glittering sea. Slate-grey sunloungers run around the outside, and there’s a row of daybeds set beneath cane and black-timber cabanas.

Packing tips

Bring your full lineup of swimming gear – most of the action takes place around the pool.

Also

The hotel isn’t particularly suitable for wheelchair users.

Pet‐friendly

Well-behaved pets under 12 kilos can stay free. See more pet-friendly hotels in Mykonos.

Children

All ages are welcome, but the hotel’s better suited to older children and teens. Cots can be added to certain rooms on request, and there are dedicated family rooms.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Pick one of the poolside tables for the views and lively ambience.

Dress Code

For Mrs Smith, a broderie anglaise dress; Mr Smith will hit the mark in loose linen trousers and a boldly striped shirt.

Hotel restaurant

The restaurant is styled with the hotel’s signature mod-Mykonian minimalism, featuring whitewashed walls, a polished concrete floor and a scattering of timber tables and black-wire chairs. The chefs have forged strong relationships with local producers, ensuring some of the best Aegean seafood, meat and vegetables make their way onto the menu, which has a Greco-Meditternean lean. Take a seat on the poolside terrace and order the classic Greek salad, made with the freshest greens for miles around.

Hotel bar

The bar is by the pool, serving cooling cocktails and soundtracked by soft Balearic beats. If you’re stuck for choice, try the sparkling rosé sangria, served with lashings of seasonal fruit.

Last orders

Breakfast is served from 8am to 11am; lunch from noon to 6pm; dinner from 6pm to 11pm. The poolside bar serves all day from 10am to 11pm.

Room service

The full menu is available while the restaurant is open.

Location

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Address
My Mykonos Hotel
Chontros Gremos
Mikonos
846 00
Greece

You’ll find the hotel a 10-minute walk from Mykonos Old Town, overlooking the town, port and sparkling sea.

Planes

Mykonos International Airport can be reached directly from London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Manchester Airport; the frequency of flights increases significantly in the summer season. It’s a 15-minute drive from the airport – the hotel can arrange a one-way transfer for two for €25.

Automobiles

Taxis are plentiful on Mykonos, but it’s useful to have your own set of wheels so you can explore the island at your leisure. There’s open-air parking at the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

Considering it’s a 10-minute walk from the heart of the Old Town, the hotel is the perfect base for anyone who wants to make the most of the town’s galleries, boutiques, restaurants and bars. That said, the pool area is sufficiently covetable that you’ll likely find yourself hurrying back for an afternoon dip, sampling cocktails from one of the cabana-shaded daybeds.

Known for its stone-paved streets and azure-blue shutters, Hora looks a little bit like a toy town, such is the uniformity of its whitewashed houses and the brightness of their painted balconies. It’s narrow, winding streets are home to a wealth of boutiques, cafés and restaurants (both low-key and ritzy) that lend themselves to leisurely lunches and drawn-out dinners. For a hit of contemporary culture, stop off at Rarity Gallery, an elegant exhibition space given over to contemporary art. It’s compact but the collection is wide-ranging, showcasing the work of established and emerging artists alike. For something much older, visit the Church of Panagia Paraportiani, parts of which date from the 14th century. The building’s unusual shape is explained by the fact that it’s actually five different churches: four are dedicated to saints, with the final, dome-like structure built to honour the Virgin Mary. From there, stroll up to the town’s famous 16th-century windmills, some of which have been converted into museums or private homes. Boni’s windmill crests the hill, and lays claim to some of the best sunset views anywhere on the island. For a change of scene, book a tasting at Mykonos Vioma Organic Farm, an old monastery vineyard producing organic and biodynamic wines from classic Aegean grape varieties.

Local restaurants

Sleek, whitewashed Nesaea is perched on the scrubby hillside just above Agia Anna beach, making it a fine spot for a sun-soaked lunch. Chef Christos Athanasiadis prizes modern Greek cooking, deconstructing the country’s classics but keeping the ingredients local. Lunches are laid back; dinner is a little dressier, with a tasting menu and wine pairings. For a traditional dinner, book a table at Kounelas Traditional Tavern, a pint-sized taverna renowned for its seafood – try one of the platters, most of which are sized for sharing. The stylish set will often be found on the tree-studded terrace at Kalita, where the lamb is a firm favourite, and Ling Ling, an open-air Cantonese eatery from the team behind Hakkkasan.

Local bars

Castle Panigirakis commands some of the finest views of any building on the island, and has an alfresco cocktail bar to make the most of the sunset. One of the island’s most sought-after beach clubs, Scorpios is a bar, restaurant, artists’ community and bazaar all rolled into one. Loungers, daybeds and tables are all in hot demand here, so be sure to book ahead. If you’re up after midnight, try late-night hotspots Queen and Astra.

Reviews

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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this budget-boutique hotel in Mykonos and unpacked the handmade sandals they picked up in Chora, a full account of their Greek island break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside My Mykonos Hotel in Mykonos…

Until recently, you only really had two options if you wanted a stylish stay on Mykonos. The first? Bite the bullet and pay an eye-watering rate at one of the island’s most famous hotels. Or, second, book an apartment and forgo luxuries like a restaurant, cocktail bar and poolside service. The good news is that times are changing, and a third option has arrived in the shape of My Mykonos Hotel. Like many of its pricier contemporaries, this budget-boutique hotel has a beachy, bohemian-leaning look that borrows from the island’s whitewashed houses. Inside, things are kept simple with stripped wood, rattan furnishings and fabrics in pale slate and deep charcoal. Some rooms have their own private plunge pools and alfresco lounges, but the curving main pool is just as enticing, and gets buzzy in the afternoon and evening, when guests gather for sundowners before settling in to drawn-out dinners beneath the stars. And if you’d rather dine out, you can be on the cobbled streets of the old town in ten minutes, where you’ll find everything from rustic tavernas to gleaming cocktail bars fit for minigarchs.

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