Once an 18th-century aristocratic manor house and home to the first Mayor of Mykonos, this stunning building has been lovingly renovated to play host to a beautifully decadent boutique hotel. Offering indulgent, discreet luxury, the TownHouse complex is in the heart of the picturesque and vibrant cosmopolitan town of Mykonos.
Manto Square Mykonos Town Mykonos 84600 Greece
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First impressions of the hotel are wow. The warm welcome we received plus the beautiful duplex room were just what we hoped for. Our room was spacious and the shutters for the windows completely darkened the room so great for a good nights sleep, we were very late for breakfast most days and the staff still accommodated us warmly with a delicious selection. The noise from the bar as mentioned in other reviews was barely noticeable to me (light sleeper). The views from the rooftop bars is absolutely sensational and a hidden gem! We can't wait to go back next year!
We stayed at the townhouse for 4 nights and it was amazing from the moment we arrived. The staff go above and beyond in every way to make your stay memorable and perfect from great food recommendations or helping with any external bookings such as car hire. The view from breakfast every morning overlooking the harbor was something we will miss and the food. Also not forgetting the @54 Bar and the Sky bar, the entertainment drinks and views are incredible. The hotel is a little slice of paradise in Mykonos and we would highly recommend it to anyone. Thank you Esmeralda and the team! Dave and Kerry
This hotel was a mixed bag during our stay The Pros - Excellent location - Nice view from our room - Nice front of house staff - Excellent breakfast included - Airport transfers included at no charge The Cons - Extremely rude rooftop hostess. He is also noted in another Trip Advisor review as being rude to another guest in the past. First he asked if I had a reservation when there were more than 10 + available tables after I explained I was staying at the hotel he then proceeded to condescendingly ask me if I could afford the 25 euro minimum consumption to sit on the roof. The hotel does not mention in it's advertising that reservations or a minimum consumption are required to use this hotel amenity. Getting to 25 euro is pretty easy when drinks are 16 euro + per. I let the hotel manager know about this and she chose to do nothing about her staff issues. - Sky Bar (the roof) is nosy until about 9pm and then 54 Cocktail Lounge (the main floor bar) is nosy until about 2am. Normally wouldn't care about this put they assigned us room # 11 (that is previously mentioned as well) which is sandwiched in between both of these. So, on the one night we stayed in we couldn't get to sleep until after 2am. - Room # 11 is TINY, barley enough room to walk around the bed, is loud from the two bars, but does have nice sunset views. - No king sized beds on property Overall I am not sure I would stay here again. At almost 300 euro per night at the end of season I feel like there are better options available. Perhaps if the staff had addressed the issues with the rooftop staff which happened within hours of checking in my opinion would be different, but they chose not to... so, I would highly recommend looking around more and reading all the reviews before booking here... becuase I wish I had.