What We Love
- The Jetsetter rate includes daily breakfast (served in your suite or on your balcony at no extra cost)
- All 20 suites have spacious balconies overlooking the Aegean
- The Honeymoon Suite features an outdoor Jacuzzi
What To Know
- Opened May 15, 2014
- WiFi is free
- Massages are available on request
- A short walk to lively Mykonos town and just two miles from the airport
- READ MORE: A vacation guide to the Greek Islands
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Opening on May 15, 2014, this elegant escape in Mykonos town comprises just 20 suites with spacious balconies overlooking the Aegean Sea. The suites artfully combine traditional Mykonos style (whitewashed walls, chunky stone floors, wooden shutters) and a bohemian aesthetic (bright Acapulco chairs, rustic light fixtures, bold graphic print fabrics). Standing fans designed to mimic the island’s famous windmills keep things cool. All suites have similar layouts, but the Superior Sea View Suites come with dining areas and large terraces with sun loungers, and the Honeymoon Suite has an outdoor Jacuzzi. The bathrooms are done in sleek slate-gray. The outdoor pool, alfresco restaurant and laid-back bar all offer panoramic views of the sea and the neighboring island of Delos. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant specializes in seafood and Mediterranean-inspired dishes made with local produce. Breakfast is served in your suite or on your private balcony at a time that suits you.
In the Area
Hit the swanky boutiques in Mykonos town. Shop for designer threads on Matogianni Street or wander through the Little Venice district to pick up quirky gifts and artworks. Sip a cocktail at the stylish waterside bar Caprice; the views take in the island’s famous windmills and harbor. For an alternative view of the Mykonos coastline, ride horseback on one of the island’s best beaches or sail across to the tiny, rocky island of Delos, a trading center of the ancient world and the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. The Paraportiani church, much admired by the French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier, is one of the most photographed sights on the island.
How to Get There
This was our 4th time staying in 2 years. Fe m the moment you step foot within the walls of this boutique hotel, you are made to feel like royalty. The service is security second to none, everyone from the management to the house keepers are kind, welcoming and are eager to make sure your stay is truly a special experience.
It is an intimate boutique hotel with a breath taking view of the ocean without being right in the hustle bustle and chaos of Mykonos town. That said, you can take a short 10 min walk to the Mykonos chora- for shopping , nightlife and the like.
The road to town is a small, two lane road, typical for the island and you have to walk close to the walls and businesses along the road as the street can be busy with Tourist riding ATVs and rentals cars but it’s part of the fun and charm of being in Mykonos.
We found this hotel online and as with any online booking sight unseen, there is always some trepidation with hotels, I will tell you this one will not disappoint if you want to experience a romantic, luxurious, top quality visit to Greece!
Five stars is not enough for this superb small luxury hotel of the world on the beautiful island of Mykonos. From start to end, service has been personal and superb. The hotel is spotlessly clean and the rooms are chic. We stayed in the Bohemian suite which had a lovely balcony, 180 degree sea view and a small hot tub. The room was kept immaculate throughout our stay. Bar/pool team are very attentive and nothing was too much. Pool was clean and refreshing. Food was delicious both for lunch and dinner, breakfast plentiful. Room service breakfast can be taken at no charge as well. Hotel is less than 5 minute walk into Mykonos town and about 10 minutes from the port with its wide selection of sea facing restaurants. The walk from hotel however does require flat shoes as the walkway is tight and not always level. We visited two beaches, Ornos and Paraga and both had beach bars and Tavernas operating even this late in the season. Ornos has a trendy vibe and the Taverna served excellent sushi as well as local food. Paraga is more traditional and the Tassos Taverna had the best Greek food. Our favourite restaurant in the port was Kazarma - delicious, recommend you try it. Pricey but excellent. Would highly recommend Boheme, a truly wonderful hotel and experience. 6 stars for service.
Loved this small boutique hotel - great location near to town but not in it, 5 mins from airport, very accommodating staff, we paid more for amazing room with hot tub and loungers on the balcony with sea view. Breakfast on our balcony was lovely, lots of choices and tasty. Bar and restaurant have lovely views and relaxing. Would definitely recommend and stay again.