Most travelers have, at some point, dreamed of a trip to the Greek Islands, and when we think of the islands, we’re often conjuring images in our heads of Mykonos. Known as both a summer party destination as well as a relaxing Mediterranean escape, Mykonos is more than just its picturesque white buildings and blue roofs. And when it comes to staying in Mykonos, it doesn’t get much more scenic or luxurious than the Island Mykonos Suites.
Island Mykonos Suites is located in the Kaminaki area of Mykonos Town, the main city on the island. Just steps from the beach and the Old Port, the suites are positioned to give guests a view of the sea, as well as the cosmopolitan center of Mykonos Town.
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As you’d probably expect from a Mykonos hotel, the suites at Island Mykonos are the pinnacle of luxury. Each room was designed in the style of traditional Cycladic architecture, and named after some of the island’s most popular sights. They’re modern, upscale — with crazy waterfall showers — and many have balconies with sweeping views of the sea.
But of course, you won’t be spending the entire stay in your hotel. Mykonos has plenty of beach options to explore, from small coves with crystal clear waters to larger stretches of sand that offer amenities like sun loungers and umbrellas. Some of the most popular are Platis Gialos, Super Paradise, Elia Beach and Psarou Beach, many of which also feature restaurants and bars. The town is also a great place for shopping. You’ll find a variety of stores selling everything from souvenirs and handmade crafts to local jewelry and clothing. You can also find boutique shops offering designer items, art galleries showcasing works by local artists, and antique shops in Little Venice where you can pick up vintage items.