Ostraco Suites

Address: Drafaki , Mykonos, Cyclades, 84600, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Drafaki , Mykonos, is near Little Venice, Matoyianni Street, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, and Lena's House.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Ostraco Suites Mykonos

          Don't recommend


          My husband and I went to Mykonos last August after the Olympics. When we arrived at Ostraco we just couldn't believed in what we were seeing.

          We were seeking to find that cool and chill out atmosphere that is present in Ostraco website and it was quite a huge disappointment! Everything was so mistreated! There were black garbage bags all over the place. The outdoor furniture was old and the pool chair's pillows were dirty and stripped, just needing a replacement!

          The room given to us had a terrace with a splendid sea view but that was all. The bathroom was indescribable. There were cut pipes rising from the floor near the shower. The window didn't close completely making an annoying noise. Everything was so out of date.

          We managed to change to another hotel as soon as possible so we didn't past trough the experience of actually sleeping there.

          It's definitely a hotel that we don't recommend. However, it has a lot of potential and it could be a very pleasant place to stay if someone cares for it.

          Memories to Last a Lifetime


          Kristin and I were celebrating our honeymoon traveling through the Greek islands in September of 2004. Being a lesbian couple, we were pleasantly surprised that every place we went we had a wonderful time (especially with the locals), however, the personal attention we were given at the Ostraco was without comparison. Stella and Fotis were the best!!! We felt they became friends during our stay and the other guests were extremely accepting and full of life. Fotis's special cocktail was to die for and Stella's "Whatever you like" was the typical response to most of our needs or questions. We were so very sad when we had to leave. We often think about our time in Greece and miss our new found friends. Maybe someday we will return, but Stella and Fotis...you are always welcome in our home!!!! Come and visit Oregon! We would love to have you!! Thanks for everything,

          Shelly & Kristin

          I am very sad with the reviews


          Hi From Paris

          I don't know why this people writing all that bad thins.

          My stay at Ostraco was super(10/7/04 - 21/07/04) , my room was warm and clean and the pool area was very relaxing place.

          The breakfast was big with many traditional plates and very good quality, and late

          (8 to 12:30).

          I am very sad with all this review.

          I will go buck to Ostraco.

          Patrik, France

          The jewel of the Cyclades


          I went to Mykonos last summer with my daughter Alexandra. It was the first visit of my daughter to Greece and I wanted her to have a great time in the country that her father was born.

          My travel agent in Washington had recommended to stay at Ostraco when we visit Mykonos, and it was the best place we stayed during our entire visit to Greece.

          It is difficult to pinpoint its best assets. It had an excellent location, it was extremely clean, and it had a wonderfully polite and competent staff.

          But, what made it really a unique place, was the high class lady, Katerina Andronikou, the owner of this marvelous place. Her gorgeous smile, her friendly posture and her genuine concern for the needs of her guests, had made her the perfect hostess of Ostraco.

          My daughter wants to return there soon, and I will try to satisfy her request more than once.

          Prof. Theodore Kariotis,

          Silver Spring, Maryland, USA

          Very poor


          As many people on that page we too were absolutly disappointed arriving at Ostraco: the hotel lies right next to two busy roads and is fare from beeing a quiet retreat, first they gave us a very poor room but we were upgraded after we complained.

          The pool area as the rest of the public grounds were very badly kept and didn't really invite to lay down and relaxed. Glass tables, "white" cusions and carpets were completly dirty as the breakfast area, cuttlery and plates. One poor waiter had to keep up breakfast service which he couldn't achieve understandably.

          We change hotel as soon as we could!

          Nothing like the website


          As regular visitors to Mykonos we went for the Ostraco Suites based on some favourable reviews, and on the quality of the website, (Fantastic looking and stylish rooms etc). And as such we were prepared to pay a premium for the 'Hip' factor. However, as already noted in other reviews on this site, the rooms shown to us were basic by any Greek standards. (Nothing like the pictures in the promotional material). Clean and functional yes, but misleading, and NOT worth the extra cash.

          Also, as already noted, no pickup from the airport as promised.

          This one is a lottery, do you feel lucky?

          What a wonderful place


          My wife and I had a fantastic week at Ostraco.

          Our room was good and cleaned very well every day and the place itself is extremely charming.

          The atmosphere was excellent and we had a great time talking to other guests and the staff.

          We were initially worried by other reviews on this site regarding rooms and costs.

          It is true that the rooms are of varying conditions as they are currently refurbishing them. It is also true that the whole of Mykonos is a pretty expensive place and you wont find paved roads anywhere!

          We saved money by frequently cooking for ourselves and avoiding the expensive restaurants in town.

          Our recommendation is, if you are used to staying in large, expensive chain hotels then Ostraco is not for you. If however, you are looking for a place with a great atmosphere that is away from the busy town but only by a short walk, then Ostraco is for you.

          We were fortunate enough to be there during mid-September when the island is quieter than the peak season and we found the family that own Ostraco to be friendly and delightful.

          They also greatly assisted us when our flight back to the UK had been cancelled, so we cannot thank them all enough.

          All in all, a great and relaxing week in a wonderful base to enjoy Mykonos or doze by the elegant pool.

          We will return ourselves and also recommend Ostraco to our friends.

          We had a brilliant holiday and we loved Ostraco and all of its charming features. I could not have been more pleased and compelled to write a review simply because we were so well treated by everybody there.

          Poor hotel


          Not impressed by this place at all, especially for the high price I paid. A number of issues to point out:

          - they forgot to come and collect me from the airport even though I had emailed to remind them the day before

          - the first room I was given did not match that which I had booked (as they had obviously sold my room to someone else)

          - I was moved a day later to a 'better' room with the promise of being upgraded to a suite which never happened

          - The better room was in fact, not better at all with a small bedroom and a tired and old bathroom (e.g. shower only with water spraying all over the floor and rusty sink!). Admittedy it did have a stunning patio and view, which did redeem it a little.

          - Other guests were moving rooms while I was there as they were not satisfied, so my issues are not isolated in nature

          - The walk into Mykonos town was down a very busy road with no pavment (sidewalk) and therefore was dangerous.

          As you can imagine I moved hotels as soon as possible!

          Overall impression was very poor and only saved by the stunning pool area and good breakfasts. Hence two rather than one blob rating.



          I would like to say that Ostraco suite is very very good.

          Is very relaxing and comfortable.

          I think the rooms are more than good and beautiful.

          I liked the service, the staff was very friendly and professional.

          It is a family resort with very good rooms and service

          We were disapointed...


          The website and the people are nice, but.... . First of all, the first room given to us, was awful, old and unpleasant, nothing compared to what we saw on their website. After one night they were nice enough to apologize and change us to another room. The second room was more like we were expecting. Secondly, I must notice that the breakfast, already included, was very poor in terms of variety and service. There is only one person to take care of all the tables and buffet, which is clearly insufficient. Finally, and worst of all, we were impressed by the carelessness with the dishes, glasses and cutlery that were dirty and old. I have to say that in Mykonos it is easy to find better at that price.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ostraco Suites Mykonos

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Mykonos


          A travel blog entry by noyelles on Oct 30, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          Friday 30th October

          On the ship until 2.30 when we left by tender for the short service to Mykonos, one of Greece's most popular tourist islands. Here we wandered for an hour with Cindy & Mike before grabbing a well deserved beer in a cafe overlooking the famous windmills, formerly used to grind the island’s grain. The houses are all white washed pretty regularly & the streets, ...

          My oh my Mykonos!

          A travel blog entry by os2015 on Oct 01, 2015

          7 photos

          ... 447 chapels in Mykonos, population of 3500, 3 or 4 priests. The priests are called upon to celebrate "Name Day" at the persons selected chapel. Name day is more important than your birthday, you invite guests to the chapel and serve wine and food, which are the gifts which they bring, or you take them out to your own home. Name days are to be remembered and taken seriously. If you forget someone's name day you will not be spoken to again!

          A very lazy day in Mykonos

          A travel blog entry by jrvl_au on Aug 29, 2015

          2 photos

          ... darn tasty. it’s a full moon tonight so it was quite a treat watching that rise up dramatically over the hill while we dining on the restaurant terrace. It was about this time that whole hill is lit up as well, making for spectacular sight. Apart from Queen Elizabeth, it’s the only other thing I took a photo of today.

          That about rounds up this very quiet day in Mykonos. Tomorrow is (already) our final full day here.

          Windmills in Little Venice

          A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 24, 2015

          5 photos

          ... sorry, avoiding - large buses, bikes and other vehicles as you start your ascent). Connor and I then discover, to our horror, that there is no internet access in our building. Really? You have to sit out the front of the building to send a text message. Not quite the convenient, free WiFi access I was hoping for. Chalk it up to another traveller experience.

          No idea what we will be doing tomorrow yet - probably a beach or two I think. Be nice to chill out and relax.


          Move over Mykonos!

          A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Oct 05, 2014

          121 photos

          Mykonos! The first of our famous Greek Islands. We caught the big ferry from Paros and it was immediately obvious this was on the more popular end of the island spectrum than the other two islands we had been to since there was just masses of people everywhere. There were buses and all sorts trying to organise their groups and we marched through and luckily snagged one of the few taxis there. The guy chucked our huge bags in the boot and then set about getting ...