A five-star hotel in Mykonos, with breakfast, a bottle of wine and a dinner for longer stays
The stunning views of the Aegean Sea and traditional villages which surround the hotel
The tasteful and spacious rooms with unique decorations
Navigating through mazes of pathways to seek out some of the best eateries and bars in Mykonos
What To Know
The poolside restaurant serves fresh Mediterranean fare
All 40 guestrooms have views of the Aegean
It's a five-minute walk to the Agios Stefanos Mykonos beach
A five-star, chic boutique hotel in beautiful Mykonos, with breakfast, a bottle of wine and a welcome drink
This charming hotel is situated high up in the hills for panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding towns in Mykonos. The picturesque island in the Aegean Sea, also known as the Pearl of Aegean, is a mixture of quaint white sugar-cube houses, traditional landmarks and vibrant nightlife.
The Mykonos Princess Hotel has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence in by TripAdvisor and has received glowing reviews from past visitors. This contemporary hotel manages to find the right balance of modern amenities with traditional features to encapsulate the character of the area.
The open plan Superior Double Sea View rooms at the Princess are influenced by the Mediterranean coastal culture with a natural colour palette of whites and blues. Unique marine-inspired decorations and cushioned comfortable seating give the rooms a warm and homely feel. Guests are then greeted by a view of the deep blue of the Aegean Sea and leafy palm trees outside on the private veranda.
The Mykonos Princess Hotel’s pool-side restaurant serves refreshing and colourful Mediterranean cuisine and visitors are each provided with a complimentary breakfast. Guests can also grab a coffee and a snack in the cafe before venturing out to explore the sites of Mykonos.
The hotel is situated in Agios Stefanos Village, an ideal setting to escape and unwind. If you manage to tear yourself away from the beach, its criss-cross of pathways and dotted houses lead to Mykonos Town or ‘Chora’ 3.5 kilometres away where you can find bars, restaurants and clubs. South of Mykonos, traditional landmarks including the Mykonos Windmills and the harbour draw generations of artists to the picturesque area.eight kilometres further on is the town of Ano Mera which is home to medieval monasteries characterised by Cycladic architecture.