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Super Paradise Suites

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Certificate of Excellence


#3 of 4 hotels in Mykonos
Certificate of Excellence
Located on Super Paradise Beach, the most famous and beautiful beach of Mykonos, the fully renovated Super Paradise Suites, aim to create life lasting memories. From the premises you can enjoy a panoramic view of the beach and the entire cove. The whole property is painted white, in keeping with the traditional Cycladic architecture. All of the 44 cozy rooms and suites are equipped with private bathrooms, a/c, safe deposit box, mini bar, hair dryer, flat screen TV with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi, and are designed for an unforgettable experience in the unique island of Mykonos. For a perfect combination of luxury and relaxation, guests can select one of the suites, featuring balconies or verandas for relaxing moments with unparalleled view as well as top quality amenities for pampering our guests. The infinity pool and pool bar are brand new facilities to our establishment.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Airport transportation
Breakfast Available
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Public Wifi
Shuttle Bus Service
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Non-smoking rooms
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Stayed here for 3 nights, in a three bed room (Room 101) Amazing view and very clean room. Staff were very friendly. 1 free drink each on our first day at the bar on the beach, and 10% off at the restaurant if you show your card. Great infinity pool area and walking distance to Jackie O’s. I highly recommend this hotel, and would stay again. Great stay!
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Me, my husband, my sister and her friend just left Super Paradise Suites and we DID NOT like this resort for a lot of reasons. 1. They gouge you any and every way they can. (drinks, food, transfers, shuttle service, etc.) EVERYTHING about this place is VERY overpriced. 2. Thumping club music is blared EVERY DAY, ALL DAY (10 a.m. to 11 p.m.) in multiple areas (pool, beach, and competing resort), all playing different songs at the same time. There is no way to get away from it (believe me, we tried). 3. The location of the resort is isolated and far from town. The only way to get to and from Mykonos town is to rent a vehicle of some sort or to take the resort shuttle at a cost 4.50€ per person per way for the 3 km ride to town. If you’re thinking you can walk it, I really don’t recommend it. The roads in and out of the resort are VERY steep, narrow, twisty and busy. There are no stores and restaurants nearby so you either pay their prices or go in to town; there are no other options. 4. The path from the hotel (which is at the top) down to the beach AND shuttles is very steep and arduous. If you have any difficulty walking whatsoever, you will NOT be able to manage the descent or climb to and from the beach AND shuttles. If this is the case, taxis will charge AT LEAST 35€ each way to and from town (and they don’t seem to like going to this resort so they’re not easy to get). 5. If you DO manage to get down to the beach, the cost of two beach chairs and an umbrella STARTS at 40€ PER DAY!!! Food is available at the cafeteria style restaurant at the beach but each food item is sold separately (e.g. a chicken skewer alone is 13€...although it is a big skewer). Side items are all extra. 6. Our rooms were not as shown and were not cleaned both days until we called the front desk and requested that they be done. In terms of positives for this resort... The property and view is beautiful, the food is pretty good, and if you contact the front desk about anything the response time is usually within 20 minutes. To sum up, if you are rich, fit, under 35 and LOVE thumping loud club music, you might love this place??? We are none of the above and couldn’t wait to leave. To each his own I guess.
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Stayed there for 4 nights under 3 bookings with Agoda (1st booking for the 1st night, 2nd booking for the 2nd & 3rd night, and 3rd booking for the 4th night) all for double sea view room. On the last night, they made me move rooms, apparently because of a different booking. Which I didn't really initially understand why, given that I have 2 separate bookings for the earlier nights and yet I got to keep the room (room 117). Not to make a fuss about it, I decided to move. Then I realized why. The new room (room 107), though still has the sea view, is much smaller than the earlier room. The bathroom is also smaller, where what encloses the small space is just the shower curtain that keeps on flapping on your back (yuck). What holds the shower handle wasn't steady so the water eventually ends up pointing to the bathroom wall rather than your head. Since the last night falls on a Friday, I wonder whether they decided to give my old room to a couple knowing that I'm a solo traveler. I understand why they would do that, but thing is, it would inconvenienced guest in packing and unpacking stuff to move rooms where explanation is either wanting or just doesn't make sense at all. Maybe the staff failed to realize that solo travelers pay the same for the room where couples can split the bill afterwards. I'm also getting a different vibe from staff on how they treat couples and families compared to solo travelers. That's probably why they get good reviews here from couples and families. The 2 stars are for the stunning view from the infinity pool. I'll give them that. But as solo traveler, you'd rather be better off if you stay in a hotel in Mykonos town proper. You'll probably end up beach hopping anyway and you have to take the buses to the different beaches from town proper. The shuttle between Super Paradise Suites and town proper is 4.50 euros per trip, so a return trip will cost you 9 euros. If you decide to check out another beach, you'll have to take the buses for 1.80 euros or 3.60 euros roundtrip. So the whole trip will set you back 12.60 euros. Compare that if you stay in a hotel in town where you'll just pay the bus fare of 3.60 euro roundtrip. Do the math if you want to explore the other beaches. Now that I've been to Santorini (which was the next leg of my trip), I wonder why I even went to Mykonos (or stayed in this hotel). Both have the same type of beaches (sandy or pebbly) but Santorini offers stunning views (try Red Beach, Kamari Beach, and Perissa Beach). But if you are a partyphile, you can go to Super Paradise or Paradise Beach to party and just go back to your hotel in town after.
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We had a truly marvellous holiday at this wonderful place. The rooms were very high standard, the view was magnificent, the beach was incredible and the service was beyond excellent. We've never had a better holiday than right here. Then the ferry was on strike. We couldn't get to the airport on time. But the marvellous staff at @superparadisea organised connecting flights, all with a big smile. I've never had such fabulous customer service at a hotel - and I travel a lot! Well done, guys! Truly outstanding! #besthotel
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Super friendly and helpful staff members who had great advice for where to go during the day and night. Helped us set up a rental car easily and had car brought straight to hotel. Rooms had beautiful views and breakfast was great with good service for refills! Definitely would go back!!!
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$131 - $414 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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