Flights under 6 hrs
Suitable for babies
Suitable for toddlers
But there are a lot of steps
Suitable for children
Minimal jet lag
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Our ReviewThis is where we go. The Ultimate Family Hideaway.
Stunning, is probably the first word that comes to mind about both the hotel and the island. From your balcony you have postcard worthy views over the crystal clear blue sea to the island of Delos beyond. As with the rest of Mykonos the architecture is simple, square whitewashed houses all with blue doors and everything else white! And inside the hotel it is just as stunning as outside. Again minimal whites and creams giving your room cool contemporary feel – Mediterranean chic. The hotel is built on a hill side running down to the beach below so is on three different levels heading down the hill. The hotels also sports a very beautiful swimming pool with the same gorgeous views as you have from your room. And for families the most important part of this hotel is that it has a sandy beach directly below it which you can walk down to. The beach is proper sand castle making stuff with gentle crystal clear water. The lovely calm water meant the children could walk right into the water and spot fish swimming around them. Plenty of sunbeds and shades are provided for those who need it as well as the all important beach service. The hotel's intimate Dolphins of Delios Restaurant, plus its lovely pool side restaurant Aqua e Sole and a pool bar gives you plenty of culinary options but as the island has a good number of restaurants all within easy reach you may well be tempted to eat out particularly if you are travelling with young children and want something super relaxed. In the neighbouring village of Ornos we discovered a great little restaurant which was one of the highlights of our stay. Relaxed, with good food and alfresco dining on the beach allowing the children to play happily whilst we had a chance to eat dinner at our own pace, The rooms in the hotel have three main categories, Garden View, Sea View and Superior sea view before you get to the lavish suites with their own pools. They all look towards the sea but with the garden view rooms the building on the lower level of the hill in front of your room just blocks your sea view. These rooms happen to have the largest terraces as they are on the ground floor and are best for families as the terrace is safer than the balconied rooms. Service at the hotel is excellent, the highlight for me and the children was returning to our room each evening to find out what gift had been left at turn down – not just the standard chocolates here, gifts ranged from googles for the children to a fold away hair brush for myself. The restaurant is great with children at breakfast and has plenty of high chairs. If there is a downside to this hotel it is that it doesn’t have a kids menu (but that is easy to live with) and as it is on a hill you will get quite fit carrying children up and down (they do have lifts though)
TOTAL… 31 rooms
Garden View (32sqm) two adults plus one extra bed
Sea View (33sqm) two adults plus one extra bed
Superior Sea View (37sqm) two adults plus one extra bed
Executive Suite (85sqm) four adults (or children) - seperate bedroom and sitting room
Suites with private pool (75sqm inside 45-65 outside) four adults (or children)
Deluxe Suites with Private pool (100sqm inside, 85sqm outside) four adults (or children)
Grand Suites with Private pool (110sqm inside, 100sqm outside) four adults (or children)
FAMILY ROOMS… Best room for families is a suite which has two separate rooms. The living room has a double sofa bed for two children and there is space for a cot. Alternatively the best option is a ground floor room which is safer for children and has a good sized terrace. All rooms other than suites can take an extra sofa bed and a cot. 2 of the suites with private pools have private access down to the steps heading to the beach. The pool suites aren’t suitable for really young children as they have an open pool.
Things to do
THINGS TO DO FOR PARENTS… Get a baby sitter for the day and spend and afternoon shopping in the fantastic Mykonos boutiques. Play on the beach with the nippers. Have a relaxing spa (mums) whilst fathers have some bonding time with their offspring.
I’M BORED (…& for children) …Make sand castles, play in
the crystal clear sea, bond with fathers.There is a Kids Pool at the hotel
CHILDREN’S CLUB… There is no children's club at this hotel.
SUITABLE FOR… Any age group who are happy with the beach as entertainment. This is an adults hotel so just has the basics you need for children, i.e high chairs, cots etc.
ARE WE THERE YET?...
Simple 4 hour direct Mykonos flight and then a 6 minute transfer.
BABY SITTING & COST… Babysitters are available and 24 hours notice is required. The cost is €20 per hour (approx £17).
COSTS FOR CHILDREN… As the Family Suites are priced as a unit there are no additional costs for children staying in these.
PRICES FROM… €285.00 per person per night (approx £243) in a Deluxe Room inclusive of Champagne breakfast, transfers.
WHAT DON’T YOU NEED TO PACK… The hotel only really has the basics for families i.e highchairs and cots. You will need to bring everything else.
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