What We Love
- A traditional hotel steps from the beach, with breakfast, at least two dinners and moreThe incredible views over the azure sea or lush gardens from the hotel's waterside Blue Myth restaurant
- Your complimentary breakfast, two dinners every four nights, airport transfers and more
- Staying just a few steps from the clear waters of Platis Yialos Beach
What To Know
- Bust a move at the hotel's weekly Greek dance night
- Free shuttle service zips guests in and out of Mykonos town and does pick ups/drop offs from the airport
- You can hit the beachside pool at sister property Petinos Beach Hotel, just a short walk down the road
Greece is the word, but if you need another, it should be Mykonos. One of the nation’s most famously beautiful islands is also arguably its most happening vacation destination, with parties that start when the sun goes down and don’t stop till it comes up. Of course, there’s lots to enjoy in the daytime, too – beaches and boat tours, ruins and restaurants, windmills and wineries. You’ll hardly even know when to catch up on sleep.
Of course, you have to get some shut-eye sometime, if only to rest up for another day or night of sightseeing or dancing. To that end, you want a home base like Hotel Petinos. A newly renovated, traditional-style Mykonian gem, this charming property offers stripped-back interiors, a cute Greek restaurant, close proximity to Platis Yialos Beach and a balcony or terrace with adorable views in every pretty bedroom. So you can focus on sunbathing on the shores and sipping ouzo spritzers on spiraling stairways, and leave the rest in good hands.
In soothing sea blues and earthy tones, tranquil Standard Double rooms each have a private balcony or terrace overlooking the pretty gardens.
With dainty white tables and a menu of fresh Greek and Mediterranean dishes, the Blue Myth Restaurant spills out onto a pretty sea-view terrace. There are weekly nights of lively Greek music and dancing, with plenty of local wine available.
The Greek island of Mykonos is known for its great beaches, and Petinos Hotel is located just a short stroll from Platis Yialos Beach. This long stretch of golden sand is easily accessible from the hotel, giving you ample opportunities to work on that tan.You can also hop on boat rides from here to explore other beaches on the island. The other attractions that the town has to offer are just a short cab ride away, like the pretty Mykonos Old Town, where you can explore historic buildings and churches.
How to Get There
Hotel Petinos is right on the beach (the sand is literally 2 meters away!) on Mykonos Island. Whether you are in a room with a sea view or facing the garden, the view is spectacular! The staff is friendly, the food is delicious and every effort is made to ensure that you have an enjoyable stay. We had a garden room - spacious and pretty. There are several restaurants in walking distance from the hotel and an evening out can easily be arranged. Scooter rental is just up the road (another short walk) and enabled us to travel all over the island. Hotel staff is on hand to give tips, names of good restaurants, etc. and we had a magical stay. We are already making plans to go back.
The petinos beach resort is a dream location for families and couples. One of the best places to stay in mykonos.Greece.Totally worth it and no regrets Whats so ever....will surely visit again. The best part is the location and the ambience . the staff is warm cordial and courteous. The bar and restaurant is awesome being right on the beach.
My friends and I booked this hotel for our 3 day stay in Mykonos this summer. The hotel has great things about it. It has a free shuttle from the airport, free buffet breakfast (which was great) and most of the staff was excellent. It is right on the beach and is in a great location. The bus stop to go into town is right outside the hotel which is super convenient.
However, we did have issues with our room. There were three of us so for night one we got a standard superior room with a cot (roll away bed) The room was GREAT! It was pretty and well decorated, as pictured. Spacious bathroom and great view. The cot was even comfortable. We loved this room and it was fully renovated! The following two nights we booked a family suite to “upgrade” to a bigger room so that no one had to sleep on a cot. The hotel staff was great and moved our bags for us! However, the family suite room was AWFUL. It was not as pictured at all. It was old and dark, not renovated. The bathroom was small and had a hole in the shower. The curtains were also dirty and we even saw ants. We complained and the woman at the front desk was not friendly. She said that my new room was an “upgrade” and it most definitely was not. Luckily, the next morning we complained again and were able to change rooms yet again to a renovated family suite which was much more comparable to our first room and was as pictured. It is clear that they have not gotten the chance to fully renovate the entire hotel so make sure you confirm which room you are in. I hope during this winter they take the time and money to make ALL the rooms as nice as the first and last room we stayed in.
The price of the hotel compared to other hotels in Mykonos is very reasonable. There is a little market right by the hotel. The restaurant Blue Myth was great and you can use the pool across the street at their sister hotel. The beach right there is amazing! Joanna at the hotel was a superstar she was so sweet! Overall, I would stay here again if I stayed in my beautiful room that I had the first night! If it had not been for the second room, I would have given this hotel a higher rating because it has a lot to offer for a traveler looking for a nice budget friendly place to stay in Mykonos.
great room with balcony, very convenient to the supermarket, places to eat, bus at the door, sumptuous breakfast, efficient staff. They had a great Greek night at the adjoining restaurant Blue Myth. A wonderful experience for our first night in town. Really liked the area. Spent a day relaxing by the pool at the sister hotel across the road. Would go back again
Stayed here 4 nights in late October. Tossed up between beach and town and chose beach. The hotel is right on a lovely beach, however it was too cold to swim.
You could walk all the way around to Paradise Beach which I did a couple of times. Easy walk. Couldn't get any further though.
Loved my room - upstairs overlooking a garden area. Spacious and clean. Bathroom is a bit small though.
Breakfast was very good and the location of the restaurant is stunning.
The room rate also included transfers to and from port or airport.
The bus is right outside, but watch the timetable. I'm sure it changed while I was there (probably due to end of season) and I missed the last bus at 11pm and had to catch a taxi. That's a shame as the town only warms up about 11pm !
There are 2 supermarkets very close for water etc
The more upmarket sister hotel is across the road, however I don't know why you would pay more for that. I was able to use their pool and beach towels. Didn't get to the gym.
I don't know how expensive it would be in summer, but at season end it was very reasonable.
I would go back.