Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Mykonos Town does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Alkyon Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Alkyon Hotel, visitors can check out Rarity Gallery (0.3 mi) and Lena's House (0.3 mi), some of Mykonos Town's top attractions.
Alkyon Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a rooftop terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Mykonos Town. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying in Mykonos Town, you can check out a popular Spanish restaurant like Pasaoglou & Evangelos OE, which is serving up some great dishes.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Manto Mavrogenous Square and Tria Pigadia.
Alkyon Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Mykonos Town.
We had a lovely stay at this hotel. The transfer to and from the port was included for free which is a real bonus as taxis are expensive. We were greeted warmly and our luggage taken to our room. The hotel is spotlessly clean. We had a sea view and the room was spacious and nice. The pool looked good but it was so cold, the weather had been bad and it was May so it probably hadn't heated up yet. We did brace it briefly. The sunbeds are comfortable and pool towels are available free of charge. Breakfast was good, a nice amount of choice. The staff are all so friendly. The toiletries in the room are really nice - I normally bring my own but was really happy using these. Be warned the hotel is at the top of a hill, as most are in Mykonos. The bonus is the sunset view is fantastic and definitely worth watching. The views in general are spectacular. The downside is that the walk up the hill in the heat is quite hard work. Going down doesn't seem so bad but the return journey was strenuous. Also the path is unlit when dark. It wasn't horrendous though and I think you'd have the same most places in Mykonos but it's not very disabled/pushchair/mobility issues friendly. One minor thing, for such a well kept hotel we were surprised to find 2 lights out in our room and the cover missing to the toilet flush. Minor but it let the hotel down slightly given the standard it seemed to be trying to maintain. On a positive the rainfall shower was lovely. …
What a wonderful family owned hotel. Impeccably clean. Sophia and crew were so welcoming. Pool was beautiful. Gorgeously decorated. Quiet yet close to old town. Lovely in every way. Highly recommend. Stayed here in May 2022. Best choice. Views are incredible and every room has its own balcony with view.
Had a nice few days break here during April. Downward easy walk into Mykonos town but the journey back is a bit of a grueller, if your disabled or a bit on the unfit side you might struggle, but for me it was fine and I made the journey 5/6 times! Christos picked me up from the airport, think he’s the nicest friendliest guy on the island! This hotel offers free transfers from the airport which is a massive bonus! Both receptionists were very helpful and gave you all the information you would need for the island. Buffet breakfast was very basic, which was a bit disappointing, juice wasn’t very nice and I’d expect a bit better for a 4* hotel. I was very happy with my stay, and I would definitely stay again (for the price I paid) would I pay the price of the summer months €300 a night? Definitely not but that’s the price you have to pay to stay on the most expensive island in Greece, I wouldn’t be back in the summer either as Mykonos town is only small and it would be mega busy.…
The Hotel Alkyon is an approximately 15-20 walk above Mykonos town but the views are worth every uphill step. The hotel does provide free transfers for guests to and from the port though to make life easier with luggage. Room 116 has a huge terrace and it’s the perfect spot to enjoy the sunset over the island. The breakfast served on a terrace overlooking the sea is a rich buffet and includes lots of local delicacies like feta cheese spreads, vegetable pies and vine leaves stuffed with rice. A bit on the pricier side but the overall experience makes it worth it.
We booked 2 sea view family rooms for 4 nights in July. The rooms were sparsely decorated, with very simple furniture, but were very clean. Rooms and all hotel facilities are in need of updating. One room had the advertised sofa bed, the other did not. Both rooms had a small outdoor seating space which faced the sea. The rooms were cleaned daily, but drinking water was not replenished. There were no tea or coffee making facilities. Breakfast was a shabby affair, with poor quality fruit and tinned goods. The owner, Sofia, was polite but penny pinching - when I left a phone charger in my room and asked for it to be posted to me in Athens, it was not delivered because the charges had been reversed and I was not in the Athens hotel at the time to pay (this was over a matter of 10 euros when I had paid Sofia approx 3,000). The hotel was very understaffed. …