Stayed for the final 3 nights of the season (28-31 October) and paid about £150 for the 3 nights in a De Luxe room.
Transfers to and from hotel are free (as long as you request it) and are 5 mins in a minibus. A handy extra!
Weather - despite being the end of October we were on the sunbeds all 3 days with great sunshine and temps in the mid 20s.
Check in was swift - having arrived arrived at midday our room was not ready for an hour but we knew check in would not be till 2pm ish so was expecting this.
Was given suite 10, whether or not this was an upgrade from de luxe rate to suite rate I am unsure, however we were very happy as we had a comfy king size bed with huge pillows, a flat screen tv and music system, plenty of power points, a jacuzzi bath (which provided a great deal of fun and was a novelty for us!) and a small balcony with fantastic views across the ocean and windmills. The room had an efficicient air con system and fan too, a free safety desposit box, and a fridge and kettle. The room was cleaned every day to a good standard. All in all for the price a fantastic room!
The hotel itself is made up of a few blocks, it is hard to tell where the standard, superior, delux and suite rooms are located so I cannot comment on what they look like. for the price however I would avise booking deluxe or suite rate. The pool are was clean and sunbeds plenty and the most comfy I have ever experienced with mattress like padding on each seat. Breakfast was varied with hot 'english breakfast' options, bread, pastries, biscuits, fruit, yoghurt, meats, cheese and fresh fruit juice.
Hotel is located 2 mins from the bus station and taxi rank where a small supermarket is located where you can buy bread for lunch. It is a further 5 min walk down the narrow Greek streets to the main town. It is also a 5 min walk to the windmills. There are plenth of restaurants and cafes hidden in the back streets and on the main harbour front, prices are fairly reasonable (you can get a good meal for 2 with half litre of wine for under 30 euros, less than that depending on what you order. Mains start at around 7 euros. I can reccomend by far the best meal we had was the restaurant called simply 'Restaurant Mykonos' found on the harbour front, the final restaurant on the harbour front run of restuaurants going away from the harbour wall. Only one locally owned rather than 'Athens' owned, very authentic and reasonablly priced.
All in al the hotel is fantastic value, I cannot reccomend it highly enough. However we did visit at the end of the season, the pool bar was closed and the hotel was half empty. Breakfast was vaired and fantastic though I can imagine the hotel is very different when full and the island is busier and noisier but for an off season trip I would highly reccomend it and I hope to visit again in the future, Any question please ask.
PS - I booekd directly through the hotels website, same price - just remember to take your card to pay on leaving.