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Top Hotels in Mykonos Town

Mykonos Beach Hotel
Mykonos Beach Hotel
3 out of 5
Megali Ammos, Mykonos, Mykonos Island
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $146 per night from May 20 to May 20
4.1/5Very Good! (290 reviews)
"I liked how nice the people in the reception were. The hotel also had a beautiful view to the sea."

Reviewed on Sep. 28, 2020

Mykonos Beach Hotel
Mykonos Theoxenia  Boutique Hotel
Mykonos Theoxenia Boutique Hotel
5 out of 5
Kato Mili, Mykonos, Mykonos Island
The price is CA $501 per night from Jun 10 to Jun 10
4.5/5Wonderful! (157 reviews)
"Fantastic location, property footprint and pool. Located in town right near the windmills with convenient parking and you don’t need to climb the hills in Mykonos. The rooms are nicely laid out and proportioned but are looking a bit dated lately. It needs a little attention. The hotel music policy ..."

Reviewed on Sep. 20, 2020

Mykonos Theoxenia Boutique Hotel
Myconian Korali
Myconian Korali
5 out of 5
Main Street, Mykonos Town, Mykonos
The price is CA $323 per night from Jun 3 to Jun 3
4.7/5Exceptional! (241 reviews)
Best service ever
"The customer service is the best I have ever had. The food is amazing and the room is impeccable."

Reviewed on Oct. 17, 2019

Myconian Korali
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Mykonos Town

Mykonos Town

The island capital is a cosmopolitan center that retains its traditional Greek charm. The capital of Mykonos Island is the picturesque town of Chora, commonly known as Mykonos Town. Explore tiny winding streets that take you past whitewashed buildings, through quaint neighborhoods and down to the sprawling harbor precinct. The town is home to many of the island’s hotels and hostels, and many visitors to the island base themselves here.

Visitors staying in the town have access to plentiful shopping, local produce and Greek restaurants. The town grew during the tourism boom of the 1970s, becoming one of the most cosmopolitan destinations in the Greek islands. Today it’s home to art galleries, fashion boutiques and cafés, as well as the traditional architecture and local cuisine that give it its Greek charm. You’ll also find tour companies and transport that allow you to visit other parts of Mykonos, and the islands in the vicinity.

Spend a few hours eating, drinking and people-watching in the harbor district. The area is the town’s main entertainment precinct, and traditional Greek tavernas line the streets. Try local seafood dishes, served on grand platters, and finish the meal with a glass of ouzo, the anise-flavored liqueur that is the national aperitif of Greece. The harbor is a hub of activity with boats frequently coming and going. Watch as fishermen unload their haul, or meet travelers who have just arrived.

Learn about the history of the Greek islands at one of the town’s many cultural institutions. The Archaeological Museum, the Folklore Museum and the Maritime Museum are all located within the town center, and offer fascinating insight into the culture of the Greek people.

Mykonos Town is located on the west coast of the island, and is well serviced by boats and public transport. If you are traveling by car, parking is easiest in the harbor precinct.

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