Mykonos, Greece

San Giorgio Mykonos

Rates from (inc tax)$250.48

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 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (21EUR), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Sparkling boho hangout


Perched between Paradise and Paraga

Boutique hotel San Giorgio Mykonos sits perched above the dramatic rocky shore of the Aegean Sea. By day, sun lovers and pleasure seekers can flop on the private beach, laze in the poolside hammocks, or retreat to their sleek whitewashed boho rooms; by night the island comes alive with the brightest names in the hippest clubs and dancing under the stars.

Smith Extra

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Free airport transfer to and from the hotel (via shuttle service, which may be shared with other guests) and a bottle of local wine on arrival


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Need to know


32, including 2 suites.


12 noon. Earliest check-in 2pm, but both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from $250.48 (€230), excluding tax at 13 per cent.

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 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR260.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates include a welcome drink and a Greek buffet breakfast of breads, jams, Greek biscuits and yogurt, as well as cooked dishes and fresh juices.


Restyled by club-runners Thomas Heyne and Mario Hertel (who met in Ibiza in the 90s), San Giorgio sits comfortably in Mykonos’ hills, with stone buildings, mosaic-tiled paths, and even the original chapel nodding to its traditional roots.

Hotel closed

From mid-October to early May.

At the hotel

Swimming pool, private rocky beach, palm garden, lounge, free WiFi. In rooms: TVs are available on request, minibar with free bottled water, Prija toiletries.

Our favourite rooms

There’s a hint of driftwood chic in San Giorgio’s calm, cool and comfortable whitewashed rooms: you’ll find bleached-wood stools, thick home-spun rugs, and hand-beaten metal bowls arranged around inviting beds draped in airy mosquito nets. Room 80 is lovely, with plenty of sunlight, a white-painted pebble floor, and an irresistible bed from which guests can look out to sea. For sun lovers and master idlers, the Famosa Suite has a dreamy sea-view veranda, with a cosy cocoon of a hammock for languorous lounging.


Turquoise and translucent, the unheated saltwater pool is perched above the Aegean and surrounded by a wooden deck dotted with palm-trees. Inviting hammocks are strung between the stone pillars of a gazebo, and there are sunloungers and long communal tables to enjoy cold drinks and nibbles from the pool bar.

Packing tips

Body paint for nights at Paradise Club; bright swimwear for days by the pool.


Mykonos is a haven for hedonists (you can even suntan au naturel at Paraga Beach). Party-seekers can head to Paradise Club, the sleek hangout for the island’s well-heeled crowd run by San Giorgio’s owners: guests get free transfers and VIP treatment.


Pets are welcome at no extra charge. See more pet-friendly hotels in Mykonos.


San Giorgio’s more of a couples’ hideaway (the pool is adults-only).


San Giorgio Mykonos treads lightly: the hotel uses eco-friendly cleaning products and toiletries, and is equipped with solar panels and water-saving low-flow taps. In the kitchen, the emphasis is on fresh, local food from the island’s markets.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

If you’re feeling chatty, opt for the communal table under the gazebo, where you can order a sharing platter and mingle with fellow guests (but staff will happily serve you on your day-bed or hammock, too).

Dress Code

Swimwear and soft linen sarongs by day; feather-light maxi-dresses by night.

Hotel restaurant

Stella di Mare’s open kitchen focuses on healthy, organic, local Mediterranean food, served home-style around the pool’s wooden tables, perching stools, comfy cushions and hanging pods. Expect a feast of freshly caught seafood and Mykonian produce, mostly sourced on or around the island, such as thin-sliced cuttlefish with fava bean puree, or poussin stuffed with copanisti cheese; make sure you try the goat-ragu moussaka and home-made ice-cream.

Hotel bar

It’s hard not to be lulled to a blissful slumber by the poolside bar’s soundtrack of chill-out music, particularly when ensconced deeply in a gently swaying hammock, looking out to sea. Resist the temptation to make like a sloth – once a month, San Giorgio hosts gatherings around the pool, with guest DJs and warm-up drinks before residents head out for the night. Fruity mojitos, classic martinis and Greek wines can be enjoyed in one of the bar’s cosy nooks from 9.30am to 1am.

Last orders

Breakfast from 8am–11am; Stella di Mare serves snacks, lunch and dinner from 1.30pm to midnight.

Room service

Guests can order in-room from the full menu during breakfast and restaurant hours; from 11pm to 7am, a light night menu of antipasto and sandwiches is available.


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San Giorgio Mykonos
PO Box 153 Paraga


The hotel arranges free transfers from Mykonos airport, which serves major European destinations, and can be reached from London or Manchester with EasyJet ( or Thomson Airways ( There are also flights between Mykonos and Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Santorini and Crete in the summer. In low season (or for the scenic route) do the second part of your journey by boat.


San Giorgio Mykonos is a 12-minute drive from both the airport and Mykonos Town, and has free on-site parking. You may not need a rental car – book the hotel’s driver to take you to nearby beaches or to town, for a small fee.

Worth getting out of bed for

Toned, tanned bodies (some clothed, albeit skimpily, some not) flock to San Giorgio’s two closest bays: Paradise and Paraga beaches are pretty but packed with the party crowd, and not ideal for a peaceful picnic. With its wooden platforms, dramatic black rocks and crystalline waters, San Giorgio Mykonos’ private beach offers more seclusion; or walk the 40-minute to attractive Psarou beach to find inviting hideaway coves along the way. A 20-minute drive away, remote Agios Ioannis is a quiet beach and a pleasant spot to watch the sunset (Shirley Valentine was filmed here), with great views to the island of Delos, the mythical birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. Boat trips to Delos from Mykonos or Paraga take about 25 minutes; once there, you can roam the temple ruins, sacred lake, outdoor museum and amphitheatre for a glimpse of Greece’s ancient past. For those after more epicurean and earthly pursuits, Fish, the hotel’s guest relations manager, can recommend the best bars and clubs on the island. Sleek, sprawling and sultry, Paradise Club (+30 694 55 45 791) hosts names such as David Guetta, Afrojack and Bob Sinclair.

Local restaurants

Island getwaways should be all about eating fresh seafood right on the beach – at Taverna Tasos (+30 22890 23002), you can enjoy chargrilled octopus and shellfish on a sunlounger at Paraga beach. On the northern coast’s Ftelia beach, stylish Alemagou (+30 22890 71339) offers sea views and inventive takes on Greek classics – try the stuffed tomatoes or lobster pasta. For more homey, traditional Mykonian dishes, including zucchini pies, or fava and pancetta, head to Bakalo (+30 22890 78121), with its tables set around a pretty courtyard in the old town – you can’t go home without trying the moussaka.

Local bars

Right at the water’s edge, Caprice (+30 22890 23541) is a memorable bar in Little Venice: the best tables are perched on a sea wall, with waves crashing at your feet and a glorious sunset as the perfect backdrop to a potent cocktail.


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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 hip and relaxed hotel in Paraga Beach and unpacked their bikinis and sun oil, a full account of their chilled-out luxury break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick postcard from San Giorgio in Mykonos…

In the rocky hills above the Aegean Sea, San Giorgio Mykonos’ pretty cluster of low stone buildings stands bright white against the azure sky, and the even bluer blue of the Aegean Sea. What started as a pop-up hotel experiment has now become a stylish permanent fixture of Mykonos’ south coast, minutes from the tan-flaunting shape-throwing buzz of Paradise and Paraga beaches. Stray party beats may occasionally get carried on the coastal breeze, but San Giorgio is in a little chill-out bubble of its own, with a kind of charmed, boho calm that’s miles away from the thronged sands below. You’ll find bright and beautiful things lounging by the translucent pool – there are pods to hang in, hammocks to sway in, and day-beds to lie in to dry saltwater off golden limbs. The hotel’s breezy lounge, communal tables and poolside perches are made for mingling and sharing; but for those in search of more seclusion, the private beach has rocky creeks, hideaway spots and wooden jetties jutting out over the crystal-clear waters. Rooms are pleasingly tactile, with minimalist lines and neutral colours warmed by rattan rugs, soft linens, and mosquito nets billowing seductively – just the thing to wake up to in the morning after whatever may have come before.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in San Giorgio Mykonos’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The atmosphere, the views, the breakfast, the lovely staff. Recommend Scorpios for fun, Spilia for lunch.

Don’t expect

Quiet nights.


Stayed on 17 Sep 2016

We loved

We loved our airy bedroom with no TV, and a fridge but no mini-bar! If you want a drink it is nicer to sit by the pool listening to cool music. It's all about the experience at San Giorgio but they are happy to bring food and drinks to your room if you would rather. We loved sitting on the beach and eating at Tasos, a Taverna on the beach a 2 minute walk from our hotel. We had some very good Greek food.

Don’t expect

How friendly the staff were and how involved they got. They would come over for a little chat on how your holiday was so far and offer advice. Nothing was too much for them.


Stayed on 30 Apr 2016

We loved

Friendly service, delicious breakfasts and the simple aesthetics and attention to detail of the environment. This was a special treat for my 11-year old daughter, as she was about to start the next era in her life: the secondary school! Educate them early about standards and hopefully one day your child/children will treat you for an amazing holiday.

Don’t expect

Total quietness as the bars at the two beaches near the hotel play music late into the night.


Stayed on 29 Aug 2015

We loved

The laidback, bohemian atmosphere. Chic rooms and pool area, fantastic staff who are really helpful and friendly.

Don’t expect

Complete quiet in the evenings - quite loud music coming up from the beach bars on both sides, late into the night.


Stayed on 16 Jun 2015