Rocabella Mykonos Hotel
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Rocabella Mykonos Hotel in Mykonos (Agios Stefanos), you’ll be minutes from Agios Stefanos Beach and close to Archaeological Museum of Mykonos. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Mykonos New Port and Mykonos Lighthouse.
Make yourself at home in one of the 21 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Rooms have private furnished balconies or patios. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a health club, an outdoor pool, and a sauna. This Art Deco hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Getting to the surf and sand is a breeze with the beach shuttle (surcharge).
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel’s restaurant, which features a bar and a pool view. You can also stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include limo/town car service, a computer station, and express check-in. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a cruise ship terminal shuttle.
How to Get There
Sheer luxury, five-star service, incredible food, attention to detail.
We booked to stay for a week at the Rocabella in July. We were picked up from the airport by the hotel shuttle service and arrived within 15 minutes at the hotel. The check-in was quick, helpful and informative.
The customer service I experienced was like no other - the hotel runs a WhatsApp service where they respond almost immediately and they can do anything from booking restaurants for dinner, hiring cars or providing ideas for days out. The team are knowledgeable and very helpful.
I would say the rooms are fairly basic but Mykonian chic! Great views out to the bay and there is all the facilities you require - even a pillow menu! The hotel leave a present for you in your room each night with aromatic candles lit. I loved coming back from dinner each night to this.
The hotel is barely a 10 minute drive to the town and Rocabella runs a shuttle service (5 euros per person each way) - there are basically no taxis on the island so we were heavily reliant on the hotel taxi service. There are some beautiful bars and restaurants to frequent and the town is buzzing. A great night out. The hotel were great at giving and booking recommendations for dinner.
During the day, the pool area is very relaxing and has incredible views. The lunch served on our Bali beds was amazing!
Breakfast was great too. You have access to a continental buffet and then can choose from an a la carte menu - the pancakes were to die for!
We dined at Reeza one night. The food was beyond incredible. I highly recommend to anyone staying at the hotel.
This hotel is better than some of the five star hotels I have stayed in and I would recommend it to anyone. We can’t wait to come back next year!
We stayed at Rocabella for 3 nights in June. In advance of arrival and booking Vasia in the reservation office was very helpful in selecting the right room based on the criteria I gave her. We did opt for the Master Suite (a splurge) and the view and location were perfect. Lots of comments on our stay so I will try to summarize in HIGHLIGHTS and NOT SO HIGHLIGHTS.
-Location of hotel -10-15 minutes from town with regularly scheduled shuttle. Given the lack of taxi availability on Mykonos this was key for us with no car. Times could be more frequent after 1:15pm and maybe during July Aug they add departure times. George the shuttle driver is very personable and a star employee at this hotel.
-Quiet-near to town but far enough to be quiet day and night and no beach clubs to provide all night noise. On Mykonos this is not always the case.
-Design of hotel-the cycladic architecture is stunning and in perfect keeping with the Greek style. Rooms are simple but functional with many having panoramic Aegean views. Our terrace was private but many are not ,so you might want to ask about this...as per my photo some are with no cover and directly on public walkways.
-Pool-nice area with enough sun beds in shade. Music is repetitive and could be better but at least not too loud. Service available if you want and Stavros at the pool bar was very friendly and fun. Pool feels great in the hot Mykonos sun.
-Reception arranged a 4 hour tour with guide/driver and as we did not have car it was a good way to see many of the more famous beaches and lighthouse etc. We went early in the day to avoid mid-day heat and crowds and it was well worth the expense.
Spa-in advance of arrival we booked spa appointments and massage therapist was excellent...spa is tucked away and very quiet.
-Restaurants-Breakfast was buffet and also any ala carte item you want. It was good. Served until 11am. Reeza Restaurant for dinner was a real treat...just excellent...service and cuisine. So nice to have one of the best restaurants on the island right at your hotel.
NOT SO HIGHLIGHTS
-Lots of stairs..no elevator...not unusual for Greece but just in case you have any in your party with mobility issues.
-Housekeeping seems to be a weak link with inconsistent service. No replacement of pool towels although there are some down by the pool...toiletries not replaced and the much touted turn down service more on hotel schedule rather than guest schedule. When we were missed I was told that I had my dnd on from 6:00-7:00pm and they don't come back. That would be the time when people are in their rooms resting and getting ready for the evening. Usually at a hotel like this they watch for you to leave for the evening and enter while you are gone. Odd.
-Water-considering the price-tag on the rooms complimentary water should be more than one bottle per day...a nice supply should be left daily.
-Reception seemed flustered and not prepared with any info on a medical clinic and when we had this need I basically went on TA and showed them where this clinic was and asked them to call. There was no taxi to get there and we waited for the hotel shuttle to do the run. I do very much appreciate George taking us and waiting including a trip to the pharmacy. I would have expected a bit more help arranging this. Just mentioning as a more serious situation can happen when traveling....usually a hotel has an arrangement with a doctor etc. Not here.
I think this was a good choice for us for Mykonos...maybe my expectations were a bit high but I see some room for improvement in terms housekeeping and staff training. The location was perfect for us but we never ventured out on that busy road to walk down to the beach...with a longer stay might have tried but it did not look like fun walking.
Rocabella Mykonos has a beautiful property with a great view of Mykonos. The design aesthetic is really nice throughout the grounds.
We were disappointed however with the service during our stay with the price we paid to stay here. Upon arrival and being shown to our room, we had to call down for the complimentary water to be delivered. The next evening, we returned from dinner and noticed our beach/pool towels were taken and had not been replaced. We wanted to enjoy our private jacuzzi so we called reception to ask for new towels to be delivered. We were told that housekeeping had left for the night so we could only receive them the next morning at 8am. It's surprising that no one at the hotel could help in that situation.
The ladies at the front desk were very nice in helping us to plan a few activities during our stay. We then requested their assistance in making reservations at the recommended clubs. We arrived to the day club and had no reservation waiting under our names or Rocabella. Luckily they had space so we were able to make it work. We then headed to dinner and had the same experience - no reservation. Rocabella assumed it was name confusion but was not very apologetic when this was an embarrassment to us.
We were never greeted by the staff when at the pool and missed the Greek hospitality we so warmly felt at the other hotels we spent our honeymoon at. While the Rocabella is a well designed hotel, we would look into other hotels for a future visit.