At each of these luxury hotels, stylish architecture, stunning views and world-class luxury amenities combine to provide an exceptional experience of the island they’re on. These are the seven best hotels in Mykonos.
Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge
Overlooking Megali Ammos Bay, positioned a short walk from Mykonos Town, Bill & Coo Suites & Lounge is well-placed for convenience and seclusion. The boutique hotel has just 32 luxurious suites, which each fuse modern comfort with classic Greek style. The premium suites—named the Bill & Coo Suites—come with sea and sunset views as well as private infinity pools. Here guests can unwind with spa treatment from the hotel’s Valmont spa menu, dine on gourmet Mediterranean cuisine at the Bill & Coo Gastronomy Project and try out the island-style cocktails at the poolside Lounge Bar.
Santa Marina, a Luxury Collection Resort
This luxury boutique hotel sits overlooking Ornos Bay on the only private beach on Mykonos. In this privileged setting, panoramic sea views are afforded from the balcony of each room and suite, and from the outdoor terraces of each villa. Interiors here are spacious and decorated in wood and white within their traditional Mykonian facade. Aside from the private pools and gardens dotted throughout the resort, Santa Marina is home to Gingko Spa, Oasis Pool & Lounge, Colonial Infinity Pool & Whirlpool, the Colonial Pool Restaurant & Bar and the world’s first Buddha-Bar Beach, all of which make the most of their sublime waterfront setting.
Located on Ornos Beach, Kenshō Boutique Hotel & Suites is distinguished by its contemporary interior design, which is inspired by the natural beauty of the Cyclades and the architecture found here, incorporating the island’s characteristic use of white, wood and stone. Furnishings have then been brought in by esteemed designers such as Kenneth Cobonpue and Patricia Urqiola. And rooms and suites come with their Jacuzzi, plunge pool or private pool. A spa, fitness center, hammam and beauty salon add to the experience the hotel provides, along with the award-winning Kenshō Fine Dining Restaurant and the stylish pool bar and sunset lounge.
A member of the Relais & Chateaux collection, Myconian Korali is held in high regard for its gastronomic offering as well as for reflecting the identity of the island it’s on. From the panoramic terrace of this sea-facing hotel, guests can look out across the old port and 16th-century windmills that sit of the edge of Mykonos City. Suites too take in the sea views, with wood, white and blue décor inside and balconies or terraces with private pools. Much of the focus here naturally falls on the food, in particular at BAOS Restaurant, which specializes in inventive gourmet cuisine based on classic recipes and the finest ingredients.
One of the celebrated Grace Hotels, this boutique property is Mykonos is among the most appealing here for its elegance and location; situated to the north of Mykonos Town, the hotel sits above the protected beach of Agios Stefanos, combining traditional architecture and craftsmanship with modern design and luxury amenities such as private plunge pools. An art gallery, pool, gym and spa are all located within the hotel, along with Grace Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean fusion fare throughout the day and gourmet cuisine with cocktails and live music in the evening.
Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort
The five-star Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort sits alongside the shores of Ayios Yiannis, looking out across the water to the sacred island of Delos. A seawater pool and expansive pool-deck are at the heart of the hotel with the sea-facing suites also encompassing their own private infinity pools along with furnished terraces with barbecue set ups and dining areas. In addition to Althea Spa and a fitness center, the hotel has tennis and squash courts and offers yoga and pilates sessions. Then there’s the collection of restaurants and bars, including the poolside Dolphin of Delos Restaurant.
Sea views, private plunge pools and bright breezy style distinguish the suites and villas here, with the exclusive CAVOTAGOO Spa drawing on the latest spa trends from around the world as well as taking a traditional Greek approach to wellbeing using nourishing natural ingredients. Here you can dine by the infinity pool at the all-day lounge and bar, and in the ultra-stylish sea-view restaurant KIKU where Japanese cuisine and culture is celebrated.