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We were pleasantly surprised with the service we received at Giannoulaki despite us being there in the peak season. In fact all Mykonos was so busy that the service in most places was not too good and prices had rocketed. The hotel is located a...More
We just got back from Greece and stayed at the Giannoulaki Hotel for a few nights. We managed transfers to/from the ferry to the hotel which was key. The room was spacious and clean. Breakfast was good and by the pool which was refreshing. The...More
I stayed at this hotel in August 2014. the rooms are spacious but the furnitures are from last century. The sliding door at the cloth cabinet is not sliding anymore. From the aircondition there was a smell coming so we must turn it off. There...More
We stayed there for three nights. We found the hotel staff friendly and extremely helpful, and the rooms were cleaned everyday during our stay. Breakfast is your typical light euro breaky with a special mention about the tasty yogurt which was better than any other...More
The staff,food and everything else in this hotel is terrible. We were also robbed in our room ( camera, sunglasses, bags ) I'd suggest you don't come near this hotel , ever.
We are traveling around greece for more then 15 tears and didn' t...More
US$ 94 - US$ 941 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 Luxury Hotel in Mykonos Town
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The road to the town is very narrow and has no pavements. Yes it's also very dark. I did see a few people walking it though. I would imagine it would take about 40 mins to walk?! Also it's all up hill on the way back. A taxi... More
The road to the town is very narrow and has no pavements. Yes it's also very dark. I did see a few people walking it though. I would imagine it would take about 40 mins to walk?! Also it's all up hill on the way back. A taxi costs between 7 and 10 euros and they can order you one at reception.