Myconian K Hotels
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMyconian K Hotels Mykonos Town
We arrived at the hotel just after lunch. The hotel bus picked us up from the port after our journey on the superferry.
The hotel is located high above the area known as Little Venice, and overlooks the bay, the lovely coastline and the famous windmills.
The hotel staff are first rate - very helpful and polite. The concierge realised that one of our traveling party is in a wheelchair and would need different accommodation (ie: less stairs). Without us having to ask, they arranged a different room in a flat area of the resort. Unfortunately that meant that our party of four was placed in two very different locations of this resort; two stayed in a room close to the reception area, and the other two were given a room on the other side of the resort. This was ok - but a bit difficult for us to work out who was going to be where when we were so far away from each other (we don't have mobile phones this trip). The view from the room closest to the reception area was spectacular - overlooking the water, the coastline, the windmills. Very breezy, but stunning. The view from our room (which was closer to the spa area) had no view at all. In fact we left our shutters closed the whole visit since all we could see was another white building and some dirt with a couple of shrubs in it - not quite the view I thought I would get from Mykonos, but there you go.
There is free WiFi 24/7 at this resort in all the rooms and the lobby. Turns out that one of our rooms, had no internet access inside the whole of the building. That was very frustrating. The only way to get access to WiFi was to sit on the front stair area of our building or go visit our family in their room nearer to reception.
Breakfast was included in our package and it was marvellous. A huge selection of fresh and dried fruits, nuts, cereals, eggs, bacon, yoghurt, hams, cheeses, jams, pastries and other Greek specialities.
It is only about a 10 minute walk down into Little Venice, a lovely shopping and eating area down by the water. There are a couple of beaches you can use to swim in down there too, or you can catch a local bus to a beach on the other side of the island (eg: Super Paradise), or you can also hire car, motorbike or quad bike to get yourselves around. Even the walk back up the hill (and there are definite hills to climb to get back to the hotel), are not that bad and its only a 20 min walk. The hotel staff will also call a cab for you if required - but they are at a premium and in demand. (Cost from this hotel to Little Venice was 8 euros.)
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