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Per my title, this review is overdue, I went to Mykonos over the summer on holiday with friends and someone from the group booked this hotel and the service was amazing and of course the view brilliant from any point in the hotel. The hotel...More
Hotel Tagoo has been by far the best experience of our month long trip to Greece. Anna was wonderful from the time of booking throughout our stay and her family and extended team of workers all went above and beyond to make our stay perfection....More
I'm quite possibly terribly late with this review as my boyfriend and I stayed here in July 2017. But it's been on my to-do list to do, and now I am. I can't speak highly enough about Hotel Tagoo and every single person that works...More
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Response from AnnaYiannis V, Owner at Hotel TagooResponded 16 January 2018
Thank you so much for all you kind words, and we are especially honoured that you can call it home away from home. We are thrilled that you are going to enlarge your family and wish you all the best.
All our best regards to...More
This is charming, well-situated hotel on Mykonos. It's located a short walk to town, and has a gorgeous, laid-back pool/bar area with a stunning view of the Mediterranean. My fiancé and I stayed here for 4 nights. There was a lovely welcome evening on our...More
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My wife and I spent 3 weeks travelling Italy and Greece, of the 9 places we stayed at Hotel Tagoo was by far the best. The room was nice and clean (spotless) and the beds were comfortable. The view from the pool/bar area is absolutely...More
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It's just under a mile to the very centre of town from the hotel, so around a 20 minute walk, and about 15 minutes to the start of the town centre. Walking back from town may take a few minutes longer as it is a steady... More
It's just under a mile to the very centre of town from the hotel, so around a 20 minute walk, and about 15 minutes to the start of the town centre. Walking back from town may take a few minutes longer as it is a steady incline -but not at all steep. It's a single track road which isn't street lit, however it's lined with hotels which all have lights, and passing traffic isn't a problem as the road is plenty wide enough. There is absolutely no need to be concerned about walking back from town at night time. I was there with my boyfriend but wouldn't have had any problems walking the route at night as a single female, as Mykonos is a fairly exclusive island and feels very safe.