Porto Mykonos Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPorto Mykonos Hotel Mykonos Town
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
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