Contrary to its traditional exterior, Grace Mykonos is a fine example of fresh, minimalist style, decorated with bare wood furniture and splashes of colour punctuating the white and celebrating the colours of the island. In the 32 rooms and suites, it's high-spec and high-tech: flat-screen TVs, laptops, iPod docks, DVD players, even your own Nespresso machine; and then there are the additional luxuries of the suites, such as steam showers and plunge pools.
The VIP Suite is accessed by its own elevator, and the Honeymoon Suite is located on the highest level of the grounds, with sweeping views and an expansive private terrace with plunge pool. The poolside restaurant is stylish yet unpretentious, offering contemporary Mediterranean dishes and all-day breakfast; and the spa offers an impressive choice of treatments to ensure you stay blissed out.
Honeymooners and couples
Groups of friends
Things to do at the property:
Browse the contemporary art at the Grace Mykonos Art Gallery
Drag yourself away from your private plunge pool to relax against a stunning backdrop in a king-size sunbed by the pool
Stick to your training schedule with a workout at the well-equipped fitness centre
Take your pick from the extensive list of pampering treatments and massages on offer at the spa
Enjoy a night out with no need to worry about making it to breakfast - here breakfast is available all day long
Watch the sun set over the beautiful coastline while enjoying Mediterranean creations at the restaurant
Chill out till the early hours at the hotel bar
Things to do nearby:
Relax on Agios Stefanos beach, just two minutes' walk from Grace
Venture into nearby Chora to see the quintessential adobe buildings and windmills
Enjoy a meal at Chora harbour; or duck into a traditional taverna on the winding back streets
Charter a boat and sail the coast, anchoring only for a private barbecue, or head for Tinos Island, a charming pilgrimage site
famous for its marble carving
Head south along the coast and visit Mykonos Town for great shopping, café culture and museums - including the Archaeological
Museum, Folklore Museum and Maritime Museum
Visit one or more of the island's many historic sites, including churches and monasteries
Wine-tasting at local vineyards, including the new Mykonos Winery in the north east of the island at Maou
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