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We stayed here the first week in September for one week. The room we stayed in was 47 which is a large room which was excellent, it has a large terrace which gets the sun all day. The room was faultless and spotlessly clean. Now...More
Aesthetically, this place looks good! It's clean and painted on the outside with a pleasant pool area. But that is where it stops!! The rooms desperately need a complete overhaul as they are still in the 80's. Our room was a decent size, but very...More
I truly wonder about some of the reviews here. There was nothing wrong with this place at all. The complaints about the wieners at breakfast are are bit over the top, they had eggs and other items, lets not drone over one item please. The...More
My first visit to Mykonos and I'm glad i stayed here to enjoy it. It was a very quiet hotel which i liked; the pool was quiet too. It was clean and the staff were very friendly. Accommodating all our requirements. It is out of...More
We have just returned from this hotel and while I don't usually do reviews feel must as the reviews I read were poor but we found staff caring and extremely helpful always smiling room fine but perhaps tea making facilities may be bonus pool excellent...More
US$67 - US$235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 Luxury Hotel in Mykonos Town
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Response from bluebaylis | Reviewed this property |
The road to the town is very narrow and has no pavements. Yes it's also very dark. I did see a few people walking it though. I would imagine it would take about 40 mins to walk?! Also it's all up hill on the way back. A taxi... More
The road to the town is very narrow and has no pavements. Yes it's also very dark. I did see a few people walking it though. I would imagine it would take about 40 mins to walk?! Also it's all up hill on the way back. A taxi costs between 7 and 10 euros and they can order you one at reception.