Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort
The understated luxury and unfussy service of the Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort provides guests with an indulgent yet low-key base for a trip to the island. Friendly, attentive service, designer style, a variety of top-notch facilities, and sweeping views out over the sea combine to make it one of the most comfortable properties on Mykonos.
The hotel has plenty of space and facilities for guests to explore without the impersonal feel of a large resort. In the main building near the bright, sunny reception, a stylish lobby bar and inviting library welcome guests. The 96 guest rooms and suites are located over a few different levels connected by an elevator. All are decorated in a modern style with a tasteful nod to nautical inspiration and excellent attention to detail.
The spa leads out onto the large, saltwater pool with a pool bar and a casual lunch restaurant, while a set of stone steps winds its way down to the reserved beach area. The more formal evening restaurant has a focus on fresh seafood.
Service throughout the property is exemplary. Nothing seems too much trouble and staff have a knack of ensuring that every guest feels well looked after during their stay.
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Even entry level rooms are large at the Mykonos Grand, with guest rooms across all categories more spacious than those elsewhere on the island. The bright, tastefully decorated rooms are located across several different buildings and levels, but all feature white decor with blue accents and a hint of nautical inspiration. Details are well thought out: in addition to the amenities one would expect at a five-star property, beach bags are provided as is a little charger kit for guests who may have forgotten something at home.
The Mykonos Grand is located on the southwestern part of the island at Agios Ioannis beach. The western-facing orientation means guests enjoy unobstructed views of the nearby islands of Delos and Rineia as well as vivid sunsets reflected on the sea. There are a few restaurants and some other hotels nearby, but for the most part, the location feels like a peaceful retreat from the rest of the island.
Food and Drink
The main restaurant, Dolphins of Delos, serves an elaborate breakfast in the mornings complete with prosecco, and dinner in the evenings with sweeping sea views and a focus on fresh fish and seafood. The more casual Aqua e Sole restaurant is open for lunch by the pool. There is also a pool bar open throughout the day and evening, and the lobby bar which is open late.
Facilities and Activities
There’s no shortage of facilities at the Mykonos Grand. The highlight is a huge saltwater swimming pool with views of the sea. The hotel also has a designated beach area, accessed by steps from the pool, with plush loungers and beach service. There’s a spa with both general facilities and treatment rooms, a large fitness room and outdoor tennis courts.
We think the Mykonos Grand is one of the most comfortable properties on the island. We love the attentive, yet unpretentious service, and the private, sandy beach area. A fantastic prosecco breakfast is the cherry on top!
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Harmony Boutique hotel is a small, intimate property with a convenient location and a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. The stylish decor features bright whites and pale woods and many rooms offer views over the sea.
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.