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this place takes 15 mins from airport / 20-15 to Mykonos downtown
if you stay at this place you will miss lot of thing (time, money, comfy, tours...)
the place very basic and I consider it dirty! poor wifi and house keeping! mosquitos.
My friend and I stayed for 2 nights in a small 'camping' bungalow which was very basic. Negatives - no hooks for hanging items, very noisy with loud base from beach club party and drunk girls running past all night, only 2 working and only...More
The surprise on our faces upon arriving at our shed (I think they call it a bungalow) was not positive. Our garden shed at home - which houses bicycles - is literally bigger and more sturdy than these huts; I mean, waking up to someone...More
Having arrived to discover our 'bungalow' was a mere beach shack which couldn't even fit our 1 small suitcase on the floor, we were a little surprised!! Having paid similar prices for lovely hotels in other Greek islands we were fairly dissapointed with lack of...More
Alone traveller looking for cheap accommodation. For what i paid, it was great! 1 night stay here is enough, not sure i could have done 1 week, But Everything is clean, i stayed in the bedroom camp. The reception was more than accommodating. Very helpful...More
US$ 37 - US$ 284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You will get a great rate for a room, or camping at this resort. I go there every year since 2007, the staff is friendly, organised, You will be in the middle of everything... There is a mini Market there across the street... More
You will get a great rate for a room, or camping at this resort. I go there every year since 2007, the staff is friendly, organised, You will be in the middle of everything... There is a mini Market there across the street from the paradise resort, My Friend George runs the place , bus stops are there too. At Paradise, you have club Guapoloca, Paradise, Tropicana, and walking distance 1/4 mile away or less is club cavo.. Everyone there is my family, and knows me very well.. When you go to Paradise Resort inside the Reception, Tell them Niko sent you. Then just say Niko who says Oh Yeah, and they will tell you some good stories about me... Plus at Paradise, There is a awesome Resturant across the street, Dimitris, Stamatis Resturant Just go in, tell the man running the register, Oh Yeah from Niko, they will know, Also there is a variety of Resturants inside Paradise it self.. You have a nutrition drink shop inside Paradise, Vitamin drinks too, and the best milk shakes around......... Going to Paradise Resort will be the best thing you do..... It being off season, I doubt you would have to make reservations to get a room....... If you have any other questions, send me a message. Oh Yeah ... Enjoy your time. I assume its your first time at Mykonos... Also go visit my Family at Super Paradise Club.. Tell them I sent you ..
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Hi there! I went while it was still pretty slow as it was early in the season. The day beds and umbrellas were free of charge and the drinks at the main bar were 2 for approximately 15€, depending on what you order (the... More
Hi there! I went while it was still pretty slow as it was early in the season. The day beds and umbrellas were free of charge and the drinks at the main bar were 2 for approximately 15€, depending on what you order (the julep is the most popular). I imagine this place gets packed and maybe even pricier as the busy season progresses. The bar does have a variety of beverages to choose from and there are different places to sit and eat at this resort. I mostly stuck to gyros but I heard the pizza was really good. Try the moussaka if they have it!
I'm not sure about the free transfer from the port because I was with Contiki when I went and they did all that for us, but I remember perfectly when I was at the port there was at least three shuttles that said 'paradise... More
I'm not sure about the free transfer from the port because I was with Contiki when I went and they did all that for us, but I remember perfectly when I was at the port there was at least three shuttles that said 'paradise beach' on it.. I would recommend sending an email to the hotel and they can probably arrange something for you! The buss is only a couple euros nothing more than 3 (dont remember the exact number) but if you need a cab later at night it was only 10/15€