Porto Mykonos Hotel

Address: Mykonos Island, Mykonos Town, Mykonos, Cyclades, 84600, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Mykonos Island, Mykonos Town, is near Little Venice, Matoyianni Street, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, and Megali Ammos.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPorto Mykonos Hotel Mykonos Town

    Reviewed by dragonrider

    Not a 4 star

    Reviewed May 6, 2013
    by (12 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights when on an insight tour before moving to the hotel i was originally booked in. Service was a bit slow - I ordered coffee with my breakfast and had actually finished dishing up and eating it before i got my coffee. Rooms, whilst clean, were very light on any form of decoration to make them 'homely. Having a shower results in the bathroom floor being flooded as the shower base is so small and the shower curtain does not reach the ground. The best thing about this place was its closeness to town but as there isnt much to do in town except wander round getting lost not a big plus for me.
    If you are looking for somewhere close to town and arent intending on spending time in your room other than to sleep and bathe then it would be ok but if you are expecting an Australian/UK 4star rated hotel you will be disappointed. More like a 3star by our standards

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Porto Mykonos Hotel Mykonos Town

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    Travel Blogs from Mykonos Town


    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Oct 30, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... accurately, alleys, twist & turn every 10 m apparently to fool the pirates. It was quite windy & coolish so we returned to the waterfront & had another drink & a plate of the best fried squid that we have ever tasted. Luckily for us the wi-fi worked well so we all caught up on correspondence etc.

    At about 6.30 we returned to the ship & were in bed by about 9pm after a pretty lazy ...

    My oh my Mykonos!

    A travel blog entry by os2015 on Oct 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Guide, took us to see special parts and features of the town. Shops are open at night to cater for the tourists, a major source of income.
    'Little Venice' has rows of fishing houses line the waterfront with their balconies hanging over the sea. The first of these was constructed in the mid-18th century. They originally belonged to rich merchants or captains and the little basement doors that provided direct access to the sea ...

    Nammos Beach Club

    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Sep 20, 2015

    14 photos

    ... getting impatient and sweaty. It was so hot! Finally a bus came, we paid our 2 euros and off we went. Before I knew it, we were there!
    We had to climb down some rocky sloped steps before emerging onto a beautiful beach which had various beach clubs and sun beds everywhere. We were told by Anna to get there for 11am otherwise all the sun beds are usually taken or your left with the bad spots. We got there dot on 11am and were greeted by ...

    A few days in Mykonos...

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 16, 2015

    43 photos

    ... this is unwell so they are already starting to deteriorate and in a few more years will likely not have their sails. The Folklore museum was actually an old home once owned by a sea captain. It was musty and had piles of “things” placed throughout. The wine tasting was such a dramatic change from our other tours of this nature. We sat at a table and was brought first a glass of ouzo followed by a glass of red, white and a Retsina and a ...

    Another Fabulous Temple Complex Site

    A travel blog entry by kitkrozser on Jun 02, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... becoming one of the three most important religious centres in Greece, and a thriving centre of commerce. It's now one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece.

    We were ushered around along with about 40 other English speaking tourists (and a small Japanese group whose leader translated the guide's dialogue into Japanese). Our guide led us through the Theatre Quarter, where some of the wealthiest people lived, their ...