Best MYKONOS Hotels (2022) 🏆🌴🌊 – Best Luxury Hotels & Resorts In MYKONOS, Greece (Top 5)

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1. Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge
2. Santa Marina, a Luxury Collection Resort:
3. Destino Pacha Mykonos:
4. Kivotos Mykonos Hotel:
5. Katikies Mykonos:

Best Hotels In Mykonos, Greece

Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge
As a jet-setter’s choice destination for absolute luxury and privacy, Bill & Coo is one of the top luxury hotels on the poshest of Greek islands featuring a striking infinity pool, bespoke attentive service and one of Greece’s award-winning restaurants.
Bill & Coo is set on slope giving guests a beautiful view of the island’s rocky landscape and the sea. Located just on the outskirts of the Mykonos Town – the island’s main hub for nightlife, shopping and sightseeing – the hotel is within a short drive or 20-minute walk to sights such as the Mykonos Windmills and Little Venice one mile away.

Santa Marina, a Luxury Collection Resort
The Santa Marina is known for its luxury services, stylish Buddha Bar Beach restaurant and the ultimate privacy. It’s also in a lush, immaculate setting, with the only private beach on Mykonos.
Santa Marina is built like a secluded private village on a hillside in the southernmost corner of beautiful Ornos Bay, affording sea views of the region. Outside of the well-manned security gates is immediate access to the Ornos Bay beach community including restaurants, cafés and shops. The hotel is four miles (two-and-a-half kilometres) south of Mykonos Town, the main village on the island which is home to the ferry terminal. Mykonos’ most popular beaches lie within two to eight miles west of the hotel.

Destino Pacha Mykonos
Pacha has long been the code word for good times and Destino Pacha Mykonos dishes them out seamlessly. Communing with your neighbours is encouraged at this ultra-mellow, adults-only retreat whose beating heart is a pool lounge with euphoria-inducing Aegean views. Sunset parties are attuned to its age-agnostic guests.
The tranquil northwest side of this party island is quickly evolving with new hotels mostly targeting couples across generations. The group behind iconic Ibizan nightclub Pacha chose Mykonos for their first hotel outside Spain, nabbing a dramatic cliffside location in Agios Stefanos that looks out over the isle’s whitewashed capital and a serene expanse of sea. Destino Pacha Mykonos is handy if you arrive by ferry, as it’s a five-minute drive from the port. The airport is less than 20 minutes away, while Mykonos Town is about 12 minutes by car, though ensure to account for traffic snarls.

Kivotos Mykonos Hotel
Kivotos is one of the top boutique hotels on Mykonos. It is ideally located for beautiful island vistas, and the high-end amenities include private dining, a private beach and a private yacht.
The whitewashed set of buildings tumbles down a slope in Ornos Bay, with views that stretch from the beach and the bay out to sea. It is a 10-minute drive to Mykonos Town which is known for its nightlife, restaurants, shops and sights like Little Venice and the Windmills. There is a bus stop within walking distance with connections to Mykonos Town and Agios Ioannis.

Katikies Mykonos
At first glance, the timeless glamour of the whitewashed buildings tumbling down the hillside at this Greek island hotel belie the cool, contemporary interiors that lie within. Climb the steps to find a chic blue-and-white theme, two large pools with views of the Aegean and an intimate, destination dinner spot.
Katikies Mykonos successfully combines a secluded atmosphere with a location that makes exploring further afield when you tire of the pool (unlikely) fairly easy. It sits on a hillside in the south-west of the island above the small sandy stretch of Agios Ioannis beach, just a 20-minute drive from the airport in one direction and the port, for ferries to Santorini and more, in the other. Transfers in the hotel’s air-conditioned shuttle can be arranged. It’s worth organising a boat trip (they can pick you up from the pier just a five-minute walk down the hill) to see the ruins of Unesco site and island Delos, and to find the most azure waters for swimming. A 15-minute taxi will deliver you to the capital of Chora, to wander its winding streets in search of windmills.

Best Hotels In Mykonos, Greece

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