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Historical Traveler Reviews Villa Konstantin Mykonos Town
There are not enough nice things to say about Villa Konstantin. You'd have to start by praising Sharon and Dimitri. We felt at home as soon as we were greeted. There was NOTHING that we lacked while we were there. The room was amazing and the view was the best around. It was as if Sharon and Dimitri knew what we needed before we did. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and more than we had hoped for. We felt like part of the family and can't wait to get back there. We miss them already.
Villa Konstantin with Sharon and Demitri made us feel like Family
This warm smile greeted us as we hopped into the van for our short drive up the rocky Mykonos hills. This smile blonged to Sharon, one of the owners of Villa Konstantin. We were made to feel as part of Sharon and Demitri's extended family from the minute we arrived. We enjoyed our own private apartment, which was funished with an organic feel as if the room had been fromed from the rock beneath our feet. Each morning we could enjoy coffee on our terrace overlooking the blue Agean sea and the port town of Mykonos. I would reccommend a stay here for anyone coming to the island.
Home away from home!
The Villa Konstantin (also called V.K.) is one of those unique accommodations where you really feel at home. Sharon & Dimitri know what true hospitality is and do everyting to make your stay most enjoyable. We stay at the VK every year before the season starts and this is an excellent way to enjoy the island. Donīt expect to get *****-(unpersonal)-comfort but real value for money with a warm welcome, magnificent views and even dogs&cats from the villa wishing you "Good Morning" when you are nipping at your morning coffee on your private terrace overlooking the Aegan. Everybody will enjoy the spacious, clean and tastefully furnished rooms. A true recommendation and a home away from home.
My family and I spent an incredible weekend at the Villa Konstantin on Mykonos in March of 2003. It was just the right atmosphere and lodgings to make the trip perfect. Dimitri and Sharon take you in and make you feel part of their family and make sure you have the experience of a lifetime. The rooms are spacious and provide a great view overlooking the sea and the town below. We were even personally escorted to the beach one day!! Overall Villa Konstantin took our experience in Greece to a whole new level and we are definitely planning on returning in the future!!
Idylic island hideaway
We have stayed at the Villa Konstantin for the last 2 years & its our favourite palce in Mykonos after 15 years of visits! It is small, yet perfectly formed, spotlessly clean, with fabulous views down to the windmill, harbour and sea. We stay in one of the Lovers Studios, and a glass of wine taken on the white washed terrace watching the sunset and the cruise ships glide in & out of port is my favourite way to end a Mykonian day. Town itself is a 10 minute walk down hill (abaout 20 minutes back!) and the villa is quiet yet near enough for the action in town. The owners Sharon and Dimitris couldn't be nicer or more helpful, yet they are very unobtrusive and if you want to just hide out for a few days, they are happy to let you. Can't reccomend it highly enough. Long may it stay just as it is!
Dimitri and aren, Villa Konstantin for me is like my house. I always feel free and comfortable. Is a nice place for holidays and I can garantee you that I'll always come back. Regards, Adriano Papahristodoulou
We loved our stay at Villa Konstantin
My fiancee and I stayed at Villa Konstantin on Mykonos for 5 days in October 2003. The hotel was very nice and the price was very inexpensive. The property was traditional Cycladic style, very clean, and well furnished. In a word Charming! The view is absolutley spectacular. The hotel sets on top of what is nearly a cliff overlooking the sea and Mkyonos town. There is a footpath to town and it takes about 10 min. The staff (Dimitri and wife Sharon) were VERY friendly and helpful. They picked us up at the port, helped make all of our arrangements including: scooter, recommendation and reservation for a Santorini hotel, and boat trips. We loved them, their hotel, and highly recommend that you stay at Villa Konstantin. Mykonos was a wonderful island and we had a great time there. The only drawback was the time of year that we went. The tail end of the "season" is in September so we chose October because the weather would still be good but crowds gone. The crowds were gone alright! A couple of the things Mykonos is known for are its wild nightlife and crazy beaches. We aren't party animals but like to go out for some craziness from time to time. Most of the really good bars and beach clubs close for the winter sometime in October. We went to Paradise and Super Pardise beaches anyway (the weather was perfect for it!) but found the places that we had seen so many wild Travel Channel shows about nearly deserted. It didn't ruin our stay at all but after going and talking to the locals I would recommend September. Regardless, we absolutely loved Mykonos. The town was beautiful, pristine white, and the people were friendly. The prices were pretty cheap too (average nice dinner for 2 with drinks $30, scooter $8/24 hours, taxi from town to hotel $2-3. Also, don't miss the small island off the cost named Delos. It has the best ruin we saw in all of Greece.
A friendly and comfortable home from home
I have just spent my first holiday at the Villa Konstantin and I shall certainly be returning! The welcome was so warm and personal that I felt I was staying with friends - but the sort of sensitive friends who know when to be there with advice and help and when to fade into the background and let you alone to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
The location is superb, with panoramic sea views in most directions and a classic Mykonian layout of small, interlocking, bright white-painted units arranged on different levels and set among shrubs and flowers.
The rooms and furnisings are fairly basic but comfortable and well-equipped There is a discreet daily maid service and regular towel and sheet changes.
If you want fluffy monogrammed towels, floral drapes and other signs of ostenatious luxury go elsewhere (and pay a great deal more). If, on the other hand, you prefer to feel that you are staying in someone's home then try the Villa Konstantin) (But please done't all book at once and leave no space for me!) Colin
Love the Villa Konstantin!! :-)
We love the villa Konstantin. You enter your own private area overlooking the beautiful port of Mykonos. The rooms are clean and of the traditional Cycladic style.
In addition, you feel like it is your home away from home. The family that owns the Konstantin are friendly, helpful, and will even go out of their way to give you a ride, pick you up, or drop you off.
They helped up get a bike easily (nice for exporing the island), picked us up and dropped us off at the airport, and helped us to arrange for a 2 day trip to Santorini.
They have nice dogs and cats and you really feel like you are staying at your home in Greece. Upon departure, we got a thank you, a handshake and a hug!
Highly recommend this place!!!
Great Place to Stay
My husband and I stayed at Villa Konstantin in July, 2003. We had a wonderful time there! The owners were very friendly and helpful - they went out of their way to make us feel welcome, even picking us up at the ferry upon our arrival. The room was very nice, modern and clean with lots of charm and a large patio with a beautiful sea view. The location was great as well - on the hill overlooking Mykonos town - quiet and peaceful for relaxing, but only a 10 minute walk from the hub of activity when you want it. I would recommend to anyone visiting Mykonos to stay at Villa Konstantin!
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