Video Review: Grace Mykonos, Greece Hotel Review and Room Tour
Grace Mykonos is beautiful boutique property situated north of the New Port in Mykonos, Greece. We had the chance to be hosted by Grace during our trip in June and overall, we enjoyed our stay. There is a lot to love about the Grace, including the quiet, laid back energy, a far cry from the party vibe that Mykonos is famous for. During the review, we’ll talk about what we loved in the rooms, the property and the area.
The understated lobby is the first stop at the hotel. Guests are welcomed with a glass of champagne (or two) and taken directly to their suite. The property is situated on a large hill, with the rooms and suites all staggered overlooking the property or the sea.
We were booked into the Honeymoon Suite, located all the way at the top of the property with stunning views over the port and Old Town of Mykonos. The honeymoon suite is a one of a kind, with a small courtyard, small bedroom and the the upstairs patio, complete with a plunge pool/jacuzzi and a sunbed.
We really enjoyed the room, even though it was on the smaller side. It felt very private and as though you were in a cocoon. The rooms in general are on the small side, the standard rooms have small Juliet-style balconies facing the pools and the larger rooms primarily have large balconies with a pool. We do recommend the upgrade to a pool room the get the extra space outdoors.
The property itself is beautiful, with archways and white-painted walls and buildings. The pool and restaurant is the central area of the hotel for gathering. While they do not serve dinner on property, they do offer a complimentary champagne seated breakfast as well as lunch served until 6:45pm. The breakfast is good, though, quite slow on our last morning when there were more guests checked in.
The restaurant staff were the winners of service here, patient, kind and professional, we really enjoyed our encounters. Old Town is located pretty far away from the property and there are only private transfers bookable from the hotel at 40 euros each direction, so we recommend renting a car or taking one of the many unlicensed cars.
Keep in mind, if you try to book through the hotel, they will only be able to provide the private transfers. We recommend a car to be able to explore the whole island and park in town. Services like Anemos are great and local options that private free parking in town. Overall, Grace is a great hotel for those looking to get away from the bustle of the island for a peaceful night’s sleep, just a few minutes from a local beach.
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Disclaimer: We were hosted by Grace Mykonos on a media stay. Please know the opinions expressed are all our own and may not reflect the hotel’s own views.