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Epar.Od. Ormou Agiou Ioanni-Agiou Stefanou, Agios Ioannis Diakoftis 846 00 Greece
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#2 of 19 hotels in Agios Ioannis Diakoftis
2022 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
The hotel's studios and suites are built in authentic Cycladic style with a priority to luxury and comfort. The hospitable and family atmosphere along with the friendly staff service ensure that our guests enjoy a pleasant stay and a truly memorable holiday experience. The traditional chapel of Agios Ioannis, the picturesque harbor, the magnificent view, the sandy beach and the delightful blue water of the Aegean Sea are only a few reasons why one would choose to spend their holiday in this particular part of Mykonos island.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Airport transportation
Photo copier / fax In business center
Baggage storage
Pool / beach towels
Rooftop pool
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Rooftop bar
Car hire
Taxi service
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun deck
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Cable / satellite TV
Sofa bed
Walk-in shower
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
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Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
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sinsee wrote a review Oct 2022
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Just returned from an amazing 3 week Birthday celebration stay at Lithos, Agios Ioannis. I was hosting friends and family spread out over the duration, Marios and Marina have been extremely welcoming, helpful and hospitable, it genuinely felt like HOME AWAY FROM HOME. The hotel is so beautiful, set in such an idyllic location with fabulous sea views and gorgeous sunset. Definitely worth getting the sea view room with balcony, loved my morning coffees here 😊 I chose this family run small boutique hotel because of the amazing reviews, sure enough I was not disappointed. The cleanliness of the hotel, friendliness of the team, Marios and Marina constantly checking everything is okay, arranging airport transfers for pickup and drop off - you certainly don’t get this attention to detail at the big 5 star hotels. They even surprised me with a BIRTHDAY CAKE!! The bus stop is conveniently located right outside the hotel, buses run regular every half hour, takes you into Ornos and Mykonos town. Mario gave me loads of restaurant recommendations, our favourite was Vaskilos, just a short walk from the hotel. Loved the Pool bar which was well stocked with beers, wine, spirits and nice selection of food. Big thanks to Farhad for great service always with a big smile :) All my F&F too had an amazing time and loved Lithos and Mykonos, happily come back here again for my next Greek getaway. sas efcharistó gia tis ypéroches diakopés
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Room Tip: higher floors are worth the views, if you have mobility issues stay on lower levels
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Wings27 wrote a review Sep 2022
London, United Kingdom34 contributions11 helpful votes
Extremely high quality hotel, immaculately clean and the friendliest staff. Great little beaches near by and the bus to Mykonos town is right outside. The sunset from the hotel is beautiful. Very good value for money and that’s hard to say about Mykonos as many things are over priced. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: September is a great month to go as it is still warm but the island is more calm.
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John F wrote a review Sep 2022
1 contribution
I stayed as a solo guest for a friend’s wedding, not knowing much about the area or how to get around. Marios and the staff were incredibly helpful and welcoming. They made the trip so much better and I’d be very happy to come back again. Thanks very much!
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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kerryesq wrote a review Sep 2022
Tustin, California2 contributions
This place is amazing!! Family owned, helpful and friendly. Beautiful accommodations. Close to beach. Great recommendations on everything from beaches to restaurants. I can’t say enough. I love this place and highly recommend to stay here!
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Adam Q wrote a review Sep 2022
1 contribution
Just book this place simple as that you won’t be disappointed The hospitality is top class Marios marina and staff look after your every need The place is absolutely spotless clean It’s family run and you feel at home The view from the bar pool area is stunning The bus stop to Mykonos is at the door and only 20 minutes away There are two local beaches very close one is 5 min walk The other is 15 minutes but it is amazing at sunset and it is secluded with mostly locals there Beefbar and vasilikos two very nice restaurants are close by Ornos in 10 minutes away Magical part of the island, peaceful and relaxed I could go on and on about this place If you want to spend 400+ a night in a 5 start hotel go ahead but you will be getting the same if not a lesser experience than staying here Support local families who work their butt off for their passions Thank you Marios we enjoyed every minute staying here Adam and Dalia
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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kpell wrote a review Aug 2022
Calgary, Canada13 contributions3 helpful votes
This review will read exactly like all the others and therefore I will keep it brief. This is a fantastic boutique hotel with all the hospitality and charms of Mykonos you are looking for. Mario’s and Marina d db their team treat you like family and are so welcoming and accommodating. The views are incredible, the location great and the rooms are superb. Thank you for being a part of our European memories!
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Matthew wrote a review Aug 2022
Lightwater, United Kingdom202 contributions136 helpful votes
There is very little more that can be said about how wonderful this place is that has not already been mentioned in other reviews. The hotel and rooms are modern, well furnished, spacious and spotlessly clean. The owners (Marios and Marina) and their team clearly take great pride in the hotel and in providing a first-class experience to their guests. Upon arrival Marina gave us a thorough overview of the island and the hotel, recommending beaches, eating places and things to do (and avoid). There is a lot to take-in, but she provided a map and notes. As Marios was born and grew up on Mykonos he knows many people and places and is full of recommendations and advice too so if you miss anything from Marina’s welcome overview he is delighted to help with recommendations, advice or arrangements during your stay. The wider team at Lithos were also fantastic – Farhad at the pool bar was always helpful, happy and friendly and kept iced water topped up beside our sunbeds all day. The team who service the rooms daily also do a great job and were always very polite and friendly. Everyone seems proud of what they do and genuinely seem to want guests to have the best time. I have travelled pretty extensively and there are five-star hotels in big cities around the world that could learn a thing or two about hospitality from Marios, Marina and their team. We stayed in Junior Suite 202. Unlike most of the other rooms which have spectacular sea views this one does not, you have a view of a wall. We knew and accepted this when we booked. However, whilst it was our decision not to pay the extra for a sea view Marios was conscious of this and was happy to allow us to eat our takeaways upstairs by the pool where we had a perfect evening. Our room was very well appointed with two bathrooms, each with a shower. One sofa-bed converted into a double and two singles which could have been converted to a double if we had wanted it. The mattresses were firm and comfortable and the in-room air-con works well. The towels and toiletries are fresh each day and the shower is nice and powerful – all the things you need for a comfortable stay. There was a kitchenette equipped well with tea and coffee and a fridge with a freezer compartment. There was four chairs and a table to eat at inside and then two smaller tables with two chairs at each outside if we wanted to do so. Two TV’s were also provided and we borrowed an iron and ironing board for the duration of our stay to. There is a full-length mirror in the living room and a large horizontal mirror in the bedroom as well as large mirrors in each bathroom – perfect for admiring your tan or putting on your makeup. There is also a safe, plenty of hangers and storage space, free slippers and shower gel, shampoo and conditioner provided and replaced daily (the toiletries, not the slippers). We stayed for two weeks and as we like to enter into full holiday mode including lying in later in the mornings it is always a bit of a nervous walk to the pool each morning to see if there are any spare beds. Nothing to worry about here though – although there are 15 rooms, we pretty much had the pick of the sunbeds and the pool to ourselves for most of the time. The hotel is quiet during the day as people seem to go to the beaches so you can relax in peace and get your pick of the beds. It does get pretty windy at times in Mykonos and the gusts can be quite strong so this helps to feel cool but can be deceiving in the sun. The beach at Agios Ioannis is pretty calm though and good for swimming/snorkelling. It’s fairly flat with a mix of flat stone and sand. There’s obviously the odd boulder and rock but in the whole it’s a nice and safe beach. There is a more secluded beach called Kapari which is about 15 minutes walk away. It seems to be popular with the locals and with people coming for sun-set. We didn’t use this beach as access requires that you climb down over rocks and so you need to be sure footed and have decent footwear. You can see the August sun-set without going down onto the beach. The pool itself looks to have been renovated recently and it looks great, the water is clean, and towels are provided for you to use each day (you are also welcome to take these to the beach). There is a pool bar which is open until 10.30pm each day and the prices are very reasonable (you can charge to your room and pay on departure). A coke was €3 and beer (of which they also do zero alcohol) was €4.50. These prices are expensive compared to other Greek islands but low by Mykonos standards. They also have some bar snacks and food such as toasties, chicken nuggets and green or fruit salads. The food prices are also very reasonable, the salads are prepared fresh and taste fantastic and the portions are huge. On the practical side there is wi-fi throughout the hotel and in the rooms. It was stable and easily fast enough to stream video, even via a VPN. Having said this on the WIND mobile network I could get 5G throughout the hotel and around the pool, so the mobile signal is also very good and connection was >60mb/s. Although we didn’t use them, I also noticed a couple of laptops in the reception area available for guests to use. We also noticed a selection of books you could borrow if you need to. You can see the surrounding area on Google Street View, but the images are from 2012 and the area has been built up somewhat since then. There is a small shop about 3 minutes’ walk which supposedly closes at 10 but seems to shut when the staff get tired (seems to be sometime around 9). There are a few restaurants within 5 minutes’ walk and the beach is about 7 minutes away. You can search Google maps for the local amenities. There is a bus top right outside for taking the bus into Mykonos (around 20 minutes) and it costs €1.80 per person, per trip (including children) each way (regardless of how far you travel). You can pay on the bus, but you will need cash (there is also an ATM next to the shop). The buses are all modern (some very) and they are comfortable, air-conditioned and run every 30 minutes right the way into the early hours. They do get busy coming back from town and you might end up standing. Taxi’s are few and far between (only 41 on the entire island) and will cost around €30 back to Lithos from Fabrika bus station. Hence the bus is much cheaper. We usually had to wait no more than 10 minutes for a bus and only on one night were there more people than spaces so we had to wait. The taxi queue can be long and unfortunately you will also have to fight against those who don’t know what a queue actually is. Ornos is the closest of the bigger beaches and has a number of really nice restaurants, bakeries and two supermarkets. It takes about 7 minutes by bus or you can walk it in <20 minutes (its 1/3 up hill and 2/3 downhill on the way there but it’s tough going the other way around!). There aren’t really any pavements, so you need to be careful walking along the road. I wouldn’t recommend it with a buggy for example. As with all Greek islands there are stray cats around although on Mykonos the majority look pretty healthy, especially in the town. We bought some food from the supermarket and fed some each day on our way to or from somewhere. We ate out most nights but many restaurants deliver to the hotel so we ordered in a few times too. Although Mykonos is much more expensive than other Greek islands it doesn’t need to be ultra-expensive. If you want to go to the beach clubs each day you’ll be paying €200+ or a sunbed and €20 for a beer with a €150+ minimum spend per person in some places so this will all add up. For us, as a family of 4 we stayed clear of these hotspots and selected smaller, more local restaurants or ate in Mykonos town. As an idea at the hotel a soft drink is €3 and a beer €4.50. When you get to Ornos (on the way to Mykonos) you will be paying €4-€5 for a soft drink and €5-€7 for a beer. If you visit Little Venice in Mykonos town, you will pay €5-€7 for a soft drink and €8-€10 for a beer. There are also plenty of choices in-between for different budgets. You can eat in a nice restaurant and pay €13-€23 for Chicken Souvlaki and €18-€28 for a pizza or you can get a chicken or pork Gyros for less than €5. Mykonos is not a cheap place to visit but it needn’t break the bank either. As a family of 4, eating out 10 times and eating in 4 times + pool drinks, supermarket shop for snacks etc. bus rides, ice creams and crepes in town and the odd cocktail here and there plus other things we averaged about €200 a day. We didn’t scrimp but we didn’t go mad either. If you want to drink in sun-set bars or beach clubs and eat in fancy restaurants for the Instagram photos you’ll spend 2 - 4 times that amount I expect. The supermarkets are expensive if you want items from home but relative cheap if you buy Greek brands. Wine is expensive though (you won’t find a cheap bottle for much less than €12) and mostly Greek so a bit hit and miss quality-wise. All in all, Lithos is a first-class hotel with a first-class team. Philoxenia personified. It deserves the high rating it has and you can see that the whole team are very proud of their reputation and want to maintain it. You will not be disappointed if you book here, I recommend it to anyone and if I ever return to Mykonos I would choose Lithos in a heartbeat. 1,1,1
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Date of stay: August 2022
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LHBerk wrote a review Aug 2022
London, United Kingdom271 contributions153 helpful votes
This is a small boutique hotel situated in Agios Ioannis which is a bay, just 15 minutes from Mykonos town. The hotel opened 10 years ago, but you could be forgiven for thinking it only just opened, as everywhere is immaculate. The whole hotel is furnished in light tasteful colours and our room comfortably accommodated three people. There is a small pool and deck area overlooking the bay, a calm oasis. Food and drinks can be purchased at the bar. What really makes this place though, are the owners. They are charming and so helpful whether you need restaurant recommendations (always spot on) or advice on places to go, they have a wealth of information to share. I travel a lot in my role as a travel agent and experience all levels of hotels. Lithos is firmly in my top list of hotels to go to and I will have no hesitation is recommending it to all my fellow travel colleagues and customers.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Sara wrote a review Jul 2022
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Our experience with Lithos was excellent- from the communication after booking to the good bye. The owner is a textbook example of how to run a small charming hotel. We wish them the very best and hope to return next summer.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Harry H wrote a review Jul 2022
2 contributions2 helpful votes
After staying at Lithos a few years ago and being blown away by the place there was only one place we wanted to stay for our honeymoon. As he did before, Marios went above and beyond to make our stay amazing. The rooms were spotless and the recommendations were as good as ever. Marios arranged our quad bike for us and when the quad had issues he arranged a new one with the agency in thirty minutes. Nothing is too much for him. We have never experienced hospitality like it. If you are wondering if this place is for you - just book it, you will not be disappointed. Thank you Marios and the rest of the team. Harry & Sophie
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Date of stay: June 2022
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LITHOS BY SPYROS & FLORA - Updated 2022 Prices & Hotel Reviews (Agios Ioannis Diakoftis, Greece)

Frequently Asked Questions about Lithos by Spyros & Flora
Which popular attractions are close to Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Nearby attractions include Kapari Beach (0.4 miles), Ornos Beach (0.7 miles), and Agios Ioannis Beach (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a rooftop bar, free wifi, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pere Ubu Mykonos, Restaurant & Bar, To Apomero, and Vasilikos Bar-Restaurant Mykonos.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Lithos by Spyros & Flora have airport transportation?
Yes, Lithos by Spyros & Flora offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Lithos by Spyros & Flora?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Archaeological Site of Delos (1.9 miles), Lena's House (1.8 miles), and Three Wells (1.8 miles).
Does Lithos by Spyros & Flora have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.