Mykonos, Greece

The Wild Hotel

Price per night from$371.93

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 (EUR345.13), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Organic compound


Sun-kissed cliffside

The Wild Hotel’s uncluttered and whitewashed decor – grounded by zen-enhancing natural materials like untreated blonde wood, white linen and bamboo furniture – shifts the focus to those turquoise sea views, visible from almost everywhere thanks to its cliffside perch. Get ready for some hard decisions, like picking a prime sunbathing spot: should you kick off your Greek sandals by the Aegean-gazing infinity pool or down on the postcard-perfect stretch of private beach? When you need to beat a retreat from the Cycladic sunshine, pull up a stool for reviving meals in the romantic candle-lit taverna or head to the soul-restoring boutique spa – it’s in the works for 2020.

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Photos The Wild Hotel facilities

Need to know


37 suites.


Check-in is from 2pm; check out is at noon. Both can be flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from £343.73 (€390), including tax at 13 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of 0.5% per booking on check-out and an additional government tax of €4.00 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Rates generally include the buffet breakfast spread: choose from fresh fruit, cereal, yoghurt, granola and home-made pastries or pies. Cooked to order items from the à la carte menu (like poached eggs or avocado toast) will cost extra.


The equipment in the outdoor gym is so sleek that you could almost mistake the space for a modern-art installation. Don’t be shy – the weights, stationary bike and rowing machine will help you work up an appetite for your next Greek feast.

Hotel closed

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

At the hotel

Private beach, open-air gym, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: TV, air-conditioning, tea and coffee, plug adaptor, Malin+Goetz bath products.

Our favourite rooms

You can’t go wrong with any of the individually designed suites – they’re all draped in island elegance with whitewashed floors, artisanal accessories and light linens. For honeymoon-worthy seclusion, spring for the Signature Suite – you can admire the sea views from your swimsuit-optional private pool.


Bask next to the sea-spying sliver of infinity pool, positioned by the bar and restaurant – it’s dotted with chic sunloungers and shaded by thatched palm parasols.


There’s a subterranean spa in the works for 2020, set to offer treatments inspired by ancient Greek therapies. Massages will also be available on the beach or in your suite.

Packing tips

Channel Mykonos’ most ardent admirer, Jackie O, in oversized sunglasses and Sixties-inspired silhouettes.


Due to its steep steps, the Wild Hotel isn’t suitable for wheelchair users.


Little Smiths are welcome, but don’t expect lots of family-friendly frills – the Wild Hotel was definitely designed with grown-ups in mind. Babysitting can be arranged with 48 hours notice for €20 an hour (a minimum of four hours a booking).

Food and Drink

Photos The Wild Hotel food and drink

Top Table

You’ll feel like you’re falling into the sea (in a good way) if you opt for a table close to the cliff’s edge.

Dress Code

Keep something warm in reserve in case the evenings get gusty.

Hotel restaurant

At the airy, indoor-outdoor La Taverna, chef Xenia serves traditional Greek dishes with the freshest local produce and some international flair – don’t be surprised if Italian, or even Hawaiian, flavours peek out. In the evenings, you can’t beat the candlelit cliffside setting for sheer romance factor. Try the dolmada (stuffed vine leaves) or stuffed tomatoes to start, before moving on to salt-baked sea bass.

Hotel bar

The Wild Bar, just off the restaurant, serves classic cocktails and comfort food – or choose from their large selection of boutique Greek vintners.

Last orders

Breakfast is 8am–10.30am; place your last orders for taramasalata at 10pm; the bar stops serving around 11pm.

Room service

The full restaurant menu is available as room service during opening hours.


Photos The Wild Hotel location
The Wild Hotel
Kalafatis Beach

You’ll find the Wild Hotel perched on a clifftop in Mykonos’ southeastern corner, not far from Kalafatis beach.


Mykonos’ airport is just 25 minutes from the hotel by car.


If you want to roam to remote beaches, it’s best to rent wheels at the airport. The hotel has free parking on site.

Worth getting out of bed for

Start with what’s here: you can easily spend your days inching from bed to beach to pool or banishing the last trickles of tension at the therapeutic boutique spa (it’s due to open in summer 2020). The hotel will happily arrange boat trips, scuba diving, horse riding or kite surfing for the actively inclined. When you’re eventually ready to venture out, take a cab to Chora to stroll the labyrinthine alleyways and dent your debit card in the designer boutiques and jewellery shops. Have your camera at the ready for the town’s cultural sights – the ancient domed Church of Panagia Paraportiani and the Windmills of Kato Mili.

Local restaurants

If you prefer to take your Greek island getaway at a snail’s pace and end up eating every meal at the hotel, you’ll be in good company. But if you’re pondering pastures new, start with Fokos Taverna on Fokos Beach – you’ll feel you’ve travelled back to a simpler age at this back-to-basics taverna serving traditional dishes like calamari salads, grilled local fish and ceviche. The wait will be worth it at Kikis on Agios Sostis beach, a secretive restaurant with no sign, no phone and no electricity – it’s only open for lunch, so arrive promptly at noon for the vibrant flavours and sweeping sea views. When you’re ready to rub elbows with the glitterati, they’re probably gallivanting at Spilia; the seafood hotspot is carved out of a cliffside, right on the Kalafatis beach – order the sea urchin pasta, fresh polpo and plenty of rosé.


Photos The Wild Hotel reviews

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 bohemian beach hotel in Mykonos and unpacked their baskets and sandals from Chora’s boutiques, a full account of their luxury Greek Island break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside the Wild Hotel in Mykonos…

As soon as you enter the Wild Hotel and spy the shimmering expanses of sea, the dinky pathway to the private beach and the achingly elegant design, you may turn to your Cycladic companion and whisper worriedly, ‘When do you think it gets wild?’ Perhaps you were expecting toned and tanned bodies shimmying to discordant dance music, or an ostentatious see-and-be-seen pool scene? Nope – the hotel’s name actually refers to the legendary fishermen of the nearby village: these aggressive Aegean anglers were known to be the fiercest on the island, earning themselves the moniker the ‘Wild Ones’. Now, the only ferocious thing left in this laidback idyll is the strength of the summer sun and, though beachy bacchanals may be only a short drive away for party-seekers, a third glass of delicious Greek wine at the hotel’s traditional taverna would be more than enough to fill your ‘wild’ quota in this bohemian, back-to-nature island outpost.

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