Grace Mykonos is a boutique hotel, ideally located above the sandy and protected beach of Agios Stefanos, will be the ultimate hospitality experience!
Agios Stefanos Mykonos 84600 Greece
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Stayed here last week of September for 7 nights. What a lovely place this is. Situated in Agios Stefanos, 2 minutes walk from the lovely sandy beach. 5 mins from the new port, 10 minutes from Mykonos Town and 15 minutes from the airport. The beach clubs of Paradise Beach are about 20 minutes away (we only visited Scorpios which is well worth a visit). The hotel has a lovely sun deck and small pool which I imagine could get busy in summer but when we were there, we were pretty much the on,y people up there most days. The restaurant is situated by the pool and is well priced by Mykonos standards. They also do some cracking cocktails up there. Breakfast is also excellent and served from 8-11am. There a couple of fairly good local tavernas less than a 5 minute walk away and also a small shop nearby (turn left out of the hotel, follow the road down, it’s on the corner). The hotel used to operate a free shuttle to town but now doesn’t so it’s either the local bus or a private transfer (35 Euros each way). A transfer to Scorpios cost us 50 Euros each way . The hotel can organise these easily. Expensive yes, but that’s Mykonos for you! We stayed in a junior suite which was perfect, with a small balcony overlooking the bay (and the cruise ships!). Very comfortable and well equipped with fridge and Nespresso machine, nice upscale toiletries in the bathroom and a very good rain shower. This hotels greatest asset though is it’s staff, particularly the restaurant staff. Everybody is extremely friendly and can’t do enough for you. Considering how expensive Mykonos is, this hotel is an absolute bargain. Highly recommended.
Really nice clean hotel. All staff are super friendly and very helpful. Breakfast is very good everything cooked fresh and brought to you. The room was kept very clean and well Maintained throughout the stay. Problem is location. There are only two tavernas nearby. One on the beach, and the staff are so miserable you wonder why you are there giving them your money. The other one is way back up the hill and not really traditional. So big problem. The other issue you are under the flight path to the air port day and night. And looking out of your window, you are constantly shadowed by cruise ships that arrive pretty much every day, so the view of Mykonos is constantly blocked. And the hotel is positioned on a main road with passing traffic all the time. So not really a relaxing holiday. If you book a double superior room. Don’t expect to be able to un pack it is so small two people have to live out of a suit case. And you can’t pass each other by the bed. It is like living in a shoe box. The so called balcony is a joke, as per the pictures, you can’t actually get on it. Be aware of this one. You need to up grade to a suite to get anything half decent. If you want a nice time and experience go to Ornos where there are a few really lovely peaceful hotels and surrounded by traditional tavernas all within walking distance.
Very nice and cozy hotel with amazing staff and great manager. Conveniently located and with a beautiful beach right in front. I suggest the rooms from the swimming pool up! Breakfast a la carte with great dishes and top quality ingredients. Key Xfactor is really the Team - starting with the manager