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Where to Stay in Mykonos

Thousands of years of history and culture across some of the most breathtaking islands of the Mediterranean help make Greece a stunning holiday location. One of the near 6,000 Greek islands, Mykonos is a place where it's easy to abandon the map and just enjoy strolling through the picturesque streets and breathe in the authentic architecture of this stylish Aegean destination.

Whether it's a romantic break or a party holiday, Mykonos ticks the boxes and offers plenty to see and do day or night. Whether you choose a beach resort or opt for a town center hotel, the island's attractions are easily accessible with buses servicing most of the famous beaches and the airport and pricier but more comfortable taxis available for trips further afield. Renting a car on Mykonos is also possible.

Chora (Mykonos Town) Hotels

The island is an idyllic setting – a picture postcard ideal of golden beaches and crystal clear blue water – with a town center that is a picturesque base for your island adventure.

1. Boheme Mykonos Hotel

An idyllic luxury hotel choice, the Boheme Mykonos has an outdoor pool, sun deck and lounge offering superb sunset views over the waters of the Aegean. A pool-side restaurant serving traditional local fare and the hotel's spa treatments in an idyllic location add extra glamour to the island's magic.

2. Petasos Town Hotel

A mid-range choice, the three-star Petasos Town Hotel offers just 18 rooms and is perfectly located in the center of town allowing guests to discover the shopping, nightlife and dining outlets of the island. Beautifully designed with comfortable and well-appointed rooms, the hotel also offers a wide range of services and facilities, including daily round trip shuttles to the five-star Petasos Beach Resort & Spa.

3. Magas Hotel

As a budget option, it is worth considering the Magas Hotel, situated just 500m from Mykonos Town. The hotel is a traditional-style building (think sun-kissed white walls and blue shutters) with a courtyard and peaceful garden for a leisurely continental breakfast. The hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport.

There are plenty of accommodation choices – for more of the island's options visit our hotel search engine and find something that suits you and your budget.

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Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco, California, USA

The best thing to do upon arriving into Mykonos is to take a walk around the chora to orient yourself. It's charming and lovely, but good to get off the beaten tourist track and away from here as well.

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City, California, USA

Mykonos is an unique little island in Greece, a must see if you ask me. I didn't have enough time back in 2005 trip so I had to stop by on my 2012 trip, with a Athens stopover, came here for only 2 nights but enough time to walk around all over.

@WayneAtherholtSt. Petersburg, Florida, USA

What a stunning place. Loaded with great shopping, winding narrow lanes, excellent little restaurants, and charm oozes out of every corner and gets better as you walk. This is a place to get lost and stop for a drink or pastry periodically until you happen on the waterfront restaurants and then you'll be hungry. Great jewelery shopping too,

Kat Von B (Travelinggreek)
Kat Von B (Travelinggreek)Huntington Beach, California, USA

The Jet-Set Fashionistas all adore Mykonos and there is a reason why! It is Fabulous, Over-The-Top,and is full of Beauliful People. It is where all of the "Pretty People" hang out. The nightlife is the best in Greece and some of the best restaurants in the country such as Nobu are here one the island. You can buy all of the Gucci and Prada you want or go to Super Paradise and "Party All Day"! While it is very Cosmopolitan it still retains that Greek Hospitality everyone has come to expect.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of AED 545 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Mykonos is August, with an average price of AED 1,752 per night.
The average price of a hotel in August last year was AED 661 per night. This is 42% less than the average nightly price of AED 939 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Mykonos, the expected average temperature in August is 26.4°C/79.4°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 30.3°C/86.5°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 8.2°C/46.8°F.
The nearest airport to Mykonos is Mykonos (JMK) (1.81km). Other nearby airports include: Syros Island (33.52km) Naxos (38.82km) Paros (51.65km)

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