Nice people for a wonderful hostel located about 4km from Charo city ... you can easily join by bus ! Everything Washington perfectly organized. Breakfast was very good and various ! Thanks a lot to all the staff.
We came to Mykonos from the first to the fourth of October. From the moment we arrived, we were taken in charge by a great team, always smiling. The hotel offers incredible rooms with unique views, it is breathtaking. The highest room was ours, the 61, in bonus private terrace and jacuzzi pool...everything was perfect, not to mention breakfast! We’ll be back. Thanks again to the entire team for their kindness and professionalism. XoXo
Our rating: 9,51 Room: Honeymoon Suite with Private Pool and Sea View STRENGTHS 1. Great manager and staff catering for all your needs. 2. Beautiful resort and rooms with private pools. 3. Two different pools and great gym with automatic Technogym technology. WEAKNESSES 1. 10 minutes taxi from city center. 2. Only ine sink in bathroom and no separate toilet. 3. The waiter at Mikrasia tried so hard to please us that we felt a bit uncomfortable a few times. For more information visit my instagram profile @dw_hotels (Discovering Wonderful Hotels) by @dw_places (Discovering Wonderful Places). You can find more pictures, videos and information about the rooms and the hotel.
The view is amazing, the restaurant are so so so good, The breakfast is wonderfull, all is good in this hotel, this usa dream, and the staff are very quiet. TOP AND THANK U for all .the both swimming pool have a view breathless.
This hotel is everything you would dream of in a Mykonos hotel. First of all it looks perfect; all white sugar cube buildings tumbling down the hill punctuated by vibrant bushes of multicoloured bouganvillea. There is a decent sized pool just by the restaurant with sunloungers and daybeds arranged either for good access to the pool or to maximise the view down to the bay. There is a further pool right at the top of the hotel where they have created their own beach to surround it - this spot tends to be very quiet during daylight hours but transforms into the hotel's very high-end restaurant at night. During the day though the views are unbelievable and there are comfy loungers in the courtyard by the property's own church. The hotel is set back by one road from the seafront. The beach down by the harbour is tiny but easy to access. There is more beach a few yards south but this is dominated by rentable loungers attached to the Pili and the Hippy Fish restaurants. The hotel pool areas and your own terrace more than make up for the lack of sand and if you are a sea-goer the harbour hosts two sailing companies offering trips out and about every day. The service is exceptional whether in the restaurant, bar, front desk, spa or housekeeping - you really do feel cuckooned in good care! I was lucky enough to get an upgrade to a room with its own pool and I have to confess days simply passed in bliss from the terrace there. Just watching the beautiful light change through the day, taking a dip when it got hot, and then watching darkness fall were all I needed! Room service is available to make this happen. Breakfast is plentiful - the waiters always seemed disappointed I only ever ordered two things. The food was great and I don't think I have ever had more silky perfect taramasolata but I would say that if you stay here for a full week you may yearn for something smaller or less 'fine dining' occasionally - fortunately the Vasilicos and Bravissimo restaurants are just a few yards up the road for something a little less 'posh'. If you do hanker for an exceptional meal book for the degustation menu - I ate so many things that I have never experienced before and I chose the wine pairing which the sommelier Milos tailored slightly for me. It was a real experience and I recommend it but I would advise - if you do go for the wine pairing - don't leave it for your last night as you may feel a bit overwhelmed travelling the next day with so much wine still onboard! Just a note about the location - there is an entirely undeveloped small beach to visit if you head out along the road north and around the headland. The road ends here so there is no through traffic and the beach might appeal to hardened sunbathers as there is no shade. The Agios Ioannis beach area is not at all like the other famous beaches to the south and is not an all-night party area. But it is not 100% tranquillity either. The Beef bar across the road does pump out loud music and if you are unlucky your neighbours may decide to use the in-room Bose sound system to do the same. The main restaurant also floats music across the hotel and you would have to be in a room far up the hillside to avoid it. The rooms themselves are well insulated from noise ( unless you have neighbours who just don't understand where they are) and the rooms have quite ferocious air conditioning systems to keep you comfy in mid-summer. If you want to use the jetted bath tubs bring some bubble bath - the Bulgari amenities are good for getting clean but not for bubbles. The views are stunning looking west across the channel that separates Mykonos from Delos and you can see the farther island of Rhinea as well. It is well worth taking the boat trip out to these islands. I really would love to go again - I felt so well rested and ready to take on the world again.…