Harmony Boutique Hotel
This small, boutique property is set over a number of levels in a traditional whitewashed Myconian building with cheerful blue doors and rails on the many balconies. Verdant cacti and other plants offer fresh touches around the connecting corridors and staircases, while outside, there’s an inviting pool overlooking the seafront.
Inside, the hotel is modern and minimalist. The main lounge and dining area, just off reception, is decorated in a chic but casual style with white furnishings, driftwood sculptures and plush cushions. The 22 rooms are similar in style but simpler with comfortable and tasteful decor, white tiled floors and modern bathrooms.
The hotel also has a small spa offering a variety of treatments and a large, well-equipped gym. The poolside restaurant serves a wide range of Greek and Mediterranean dishes, though if you prefer not to dine at the hotel, the property’s location overlooking the old port means it’s an easy walk along the coast into the heart of Mykonos town.
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The 22 rooms are mostly distinguished by the view — either onto other areas of the hotel, the hotel’s garden, or the sea. While some of the lead-in rooms are relatively small in size, they all offer a pleasant terrace area with a table and chairs. Decor is simple yet tasteful throughout with a predominantly white palette accented by pale blues and greys and light woods. Superior rooms are more stylish and offer a bit more space, and all rooms feature free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
The property is situated at the north end of Mykonos Town within an easy walk of the main streets of shops, bars and restaurants. It sits overlooking the old port and the sea, allowing guests to enjoy sea views and watch boats come and go throughout the day, yet is far enough from the heart of town to be well removed from any crowds.
Food and Drink
The main dining area of the hotel is a small yet stylish space adjacent to the pool where a buffet breakfast is served in the morning, with an à la carte menu of Greek and Mediterranean dishes for lunch and dinner. The pool bar serves cocktails and light snacks throughout the day and has music and a livelier atmosphere in the evenings.
Facilities and Activities
The hotel’s pool area, while on the small side, offers sweeping views out to sea. There is a large gym on a lower floor, and a small spa which consists of a treatment room and sauna.
A unique glass elevator accesses most areas of the hotel, and two rooms are specifically designed for guests with mobility difficulties.
We like Harmony Boutique Hotel for its charming style and proximity to Mykonos Town, making it a comfortable and convenient base for a stay in Mykonos.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Discover a more authentic side of island life with a guided trip to the traditional town of Ano Mera in Mykonos. Visit the 16th-century monastery and explore the cobbled streets and tavernas before relaxing on a sheltered beach nearby.
Once an important trade hub and place of pilgrimage, Delos, off the coast of Mykonos, is one of Greece’s most significant archaeological sites. A private guide can bring it to life on a half-day tour, shedding light on life in Ancient Greece.