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“Cosmopolitan boutique hotel blown away (excuse the pun) by outstanding and friendly staff”

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Grace Mykonos Hotel
Ranked #3 of 9 Hotels in Agios Stefanos
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 24 August 2013

Mykonos was stylish but traditional, cosmopolitan and friendly, and the Grace hotel reflected all of these things. My girlfriend and I were looking for a boutique hotel that was close to the town but not in the busiest parts. Perfectly located opposite Agios Stefano beach, we were greeted by a glass of champagne and friendly staff on our arrival. The hotel itself accommodates 55 rooms and has a spa, a stylish pool area with cocktail bar served by Degan who was great. The pool overlooks the beach and hosts views of Mykonos town which occasionally throws in austentatios cruise liners into the mix. Our room (55) located at the top of the hotel was a little small but did have a mini balcony, to enjoy the same views as pool area. The champagne breakfast was served each morning pool side, & was possibly the best breakfast we've ever had. The five courses offered changed daily, and included traditional Greek culinary, however could be adapted to whatever you wanted. Although everything was exceptional the best thing about this hotel were the staff who were all faultless. Katarina, Christina, Degan, Marios, Alex (aka harry styles) and Angelo were fantastic and really made our stay memorable. If we return to Mykonos we would definitely return to the Grace....

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Reviewed 24 August 2013

We stayed for a week here before moving on to Paros. This lovely hotel is outside of the party scene. It is a short walk to a family beach which can get crowded during the high season. The hotel itself is beautiful and the service amazing. Everyone was beyond helpful and kind. They even arranged transfers for us a week after we left. I would definitely go back.

Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
Thank TracySouth
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Reviewed 14 August 2013

We stayed for 4 nights in August. Staff is warm, welcoming and go out of their way to get you a tough reservation at island restaurants/beach clubs (Nammos, Interni, Matsuhisu). Ambience is stylish and understated. Generous breakfast by the pool each morning (local fresh fruit, eggs, pastries, coffee drinks).

Best part of the stay is the on-site spa and in-room bath/body products (organic, high quality and available for sale in the spa). Can find not fault, just make sure to rent a car if you like to venture into town -- otherwise it is a 20 minute walk, along a busy, hairpin road with no shoulder.

Room Tip: Taxis are hard to find on Mykonos in August, so rent a car. Especially if staying at the Grace.
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  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank lidy1515
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Reviewed 8 August 2013

Stayed for a week with my partner. This is great boutique hotel and we would thoroughly recommend a stay. It's chic, stylish, fun and just a great place all around. We would definitely return to Grace Mykonos.

All the staff are amazing at this hotel! It's very relaxed but they are always incredibly friendly, helpful and professional. Can't speak highly enough about them...Angelo, Dmitris, Dejan, Katerina to name a few.

Yes, it's about 2-3k outside Mykonos town, but there is a hotel shuttle bus, which we never had any problem getting and we used on several occasions. You just need to let reception know about an hour before you want to leave. The last shuttle back from town is at around 11:45pm, otherwise you're at the mercy of the taxis and there's not many on the island, which is not the hotel's fault. A lot of hotels don't provide a shuttle so we really appreciated Grace arranging this service. Alternatively, you can catch a public bus to/from town, the last one back to Agios Stefanos is at 2am. We had a couple of really nice evenings out in town, got the last shuttle back to the hotel and then continued with a couple of more cocktails at the hotel bar afterwards. Would recommend their signature Grace cocktail by the way.

We mainly lounged by the pool every afternoon and never had a problem getting a bed. On a few occasions we made the 2 minute walk down to Agios Stefanos beach for a swim in the sea. It's a lovely beach, great sand, really clean, lots of sunbeds to hire, clear clear blue water, and there's a couple of really good restaurants (Tavern Petran & Epistrophi) by the beach too. Many of the locals go and it's less busy/touristy than some of the other beaches on the island. It's like a well kept secret from the crowds and yet so close to town.

We really enjoyed our breakfast every morning. They have a different, hot special dish every day and if you don't fancy that, the kitchen will just make you whatever you prefer. Also included in the breakfast is bread & pastries, a traditional Greek pie with a different filling every day, a fruit smoothie, greek yoghurt and a glass of champagne. All served with a beautiful view. We had cocktails and dinner a couple of times there as well and personally speaking, we thought the restaurant was so much better than some of the high-end, flashy places in town.

Room Tip: Stayed in Room 55, which is a standard room size and was perfect for us. It's on the upper floor...
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  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Ash1104
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Reviewed 30 July 2013 via mobile

We split our holiday into two hotels, this was our second hotel and could not help but compare it to the first hotel (which was amazing)
The rooms were tiny!! So small that we couldn't even open both suitcases! Seems silly to have a massive bed when you can't move around the room! Our balcony wasnt used as was so small and all you could hear was the treadmill from the gym! When we were in our room the cleaner bought us some water in the evening which we assumed were complimentary but seems they were not! She also bought fruit in the evening which was a nice touch.We didn't eat dinner at the hotel so can't comment. Breakfast was not to my liking food wise but they do say they will make you anything, christina was lovely at breakfast! Pool area was lovely and relaxing, we was worried we wouldn't get sunbeds as there's not many but always got one!
Hotel offers transfers to the main town which was great as you don't have to worry about taxis. (If you want to go for a drink in the bar before you go into town leave plenty of time as we found we had to rush our drinks as they took a while to come over) The location is not the best, we wandered around looking for somewhere to eat yet could not find anywhere appealing so had to go into town.
Overall this is a lovely hotel, small but lovely. However I couldn't help but compare it to the previous hotel which just had that extra special touch.

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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Sister hotel to the renowned Grace Santorini, the Grace Mykonos is a white-hot boutique hotel sitting above Agios Stefanos’ sandy beach and its glittering emerald and turquoise sea, less than 10-minutes north of Mykonos Town.

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Room Tip: Splash out on a Junior Suite if you can - room 24 has a fantastic terrace with sea views and plunge...
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1  Thank TheFatMouse
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Reviewed 27 July 2013

We spent one night at this sensational hotel. The staff truly were amazing. Nothing was too much trouble and they genuinely wanted to ensure that we had the best possible experience at their property. The rooms are on the small side, but perfectly adequate given all the wonderful distractions on offer in Mykanos.

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Additional Information about Grace Mykonos Hotel

Address: Agios Stefanos, Agios Stefanos 846 00, Greece
Region: Greece > South Aegean > Cyclades > Mykonos > Agios Stefanos
Amenities:
Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#2 Romantic Hotel in Agios Stefanos
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Agios Stefanos
#3 Luxury Hotel in Agios Stefanos
Price Range: £265 - £650 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Grace Mykonos Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 32
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Grace Mykonos is an intimate, exclusive boutique hotel located just north of Mykonos town above the sandy and protected beach of Agios Stefanos. Grace Hotels touches include Nespresso coffee machine facilities in all suites and a Boutique SPA offering a holistic range of the purest body care harvested from nature. Guests at the Grace Mykonos are treated to an ideal setting, comprising luxurious facilities and intimate hospitality for a unique experience at the hotel as well as throughout a relaxed and pampered Mykonian island holiday. ... more   less 
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