One of the most popular destinations in Greece is Mykonos island, right in the center of the Aegean sea. The island, famous for the crazy nightlife, the paradisiac beaches, and the exclusive hotels, can sometimes prove to be a bit pricey. However, if you choose the right moment to visit and, most of all, if you pick one of the several vacation homes in Mykonos for your stay, you could be making the right move for a stunning holiday on the Greek islands.
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Where to Stay in Mykonos
There are plenty of amazing places to stay on the island. If you don’t feel like booking a rental home and prefer to stay in a hotel, then check a family place like Acrogiali Beach Hotel in Platis Gialos. For a romantic escape, I suggest you take a look at Mykonos Ammos Hotel – Small Luxury Hotels of the World, it’s simply stunning!
If you’re traveling on a budget, Petinos Hotel is the place I recommend you to consider, it has convenient fees and breakfast is included in the price of the room. Compare more prices and availability on the map below to discover more accommodation opportunities, or read the rest of the article to rent a home in Mykonos!
Spectacular Vacation Homes in Mykonos That You Will Want to Book
Mykonos is one of the most visited islands in Greece. It’s a top-rated destination for fun holidays, ideal for couples and friends in search of the ultimate summer entertainment. Discos, nightclubs, beach bars, music, and lots of thrilling experiences are waiting for you in Mykonos. However, the island has also rightfully gained the fame of being overpriced when it comes to accommodation.
Yet… not everything is lost, this guide to the best rental homes on Mykonos is the best resource you’ll find online to choose your place to stay without breaking the bank!
You might not be aware that Mykonos is a fantastic destination for families too, so I’ve included in this guide a few places that are ideal for families with kids, so that everyone can enjoy a magnificent holiday in Mykonos, Greece.
La Maison Blanche, Agios Stefanos Hill
Why you should stay: Romantic view, stylish white decor, Cycladic atmosphere are the highlights of this beautiful vacation home in Mykonos.
The exclusive Maison Blanche is a white dream facing the beautiful Aegean Sea on the island of Mykonos. Modern and elegant, every space has all the necessary comforts and facilities for your holiday on the island. Enjoy a cozy Cycladic home of your own on top of the steep hill of Agios Stefanos. The suite is nestled in the rock and well protected from the summer winds of the island.
La Maison Blanche guarantees absolute privacy and the most breathtaking sunsets on Mykonos. The studio comes with the possibility of enjoying coffee, a glass of wine, the free use of the mini-golf course in a close-by hotel. Laundry services are available for a small fee.
- Sleeps: up to 6 guests.
Anerousses Mykonian Traditional Houses
Why you should stay: Because this beachfront complex of properties in Mykonos is a perfect place to relax.
These traditional villas are located amidst palm trees close to the beach. This Cycladic style accommodation offers panoramic sea views and a great outdoor pool.
Featuring stone walls and traditional décor, all villas are air-conditioned while bathrobes are also provided, units also include a well-equipped kitchenette or kitchen.
The protected beach of Houlakia is 100 meters away and Agios Stefanos Beach is within a 2-minute drive. The villas are only 5 minutes away by car from Mykonos Town and free private parking is provided on site.
- Sleeps: up to 8 guests, depending on the villa you choose.
Ak Apartments in Mykonos Town
Why you should stay: Longing to live the way that the locals used to? Check this beautiful Cycladic house in the heart of Mykonos town.
This traditional home is located in the heart of the town of Mykonos. And although it’s just some steps away from the best of the city’s nightlife, it remains sheltered from noisy shops and bars. The old port and the well-known windmills of Mykonos can be reached with a short walk. The place is near Korfos Beach and Little Venice too.
Each unit has a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a private bathroom with free toiletries. A car rental service is available at the apartment.
This is one of the most authentic Airbnbs in Mykonos Town!
- Sleeps: one apartment hosts up to 2 guests and the other one up to 8.
Little Venice Villas
Why you should stay: Because this is probably one of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Mykonos with stylish decor touches and in one of the nicest areas in town.
Little Venice Villas feature a hot tub and air-conditioned accommodation in the center of Mykonos Chora, about 1.3 km from Korfos Beach.
The homes offer a kitchenette, satellite flat-screen TV, ironing facilities, wardrobe, and a seating area with a sofa. There is a private bathroom with a hot tub in all units, along with free toiletries. Besides, a car rental service is available at the aparthotel and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
- Sleeps: up to 3 guests.
Melina’s House Mykonos Town
Why you should stay: This is just the perfect whitewashed Cycladic house that you always dreamed of. In a central position and beautifully renovated.
Top-rated on Airbnb for the hosts’ outstanding hospitality, Melina’s House is a delicious apartment you can book for your holidays in Mykonos. The refined and minimalistic interior features comfortable furniture and tasty artwork. The house features huge windows that make the spaces airy and luminous.
There is a fully equipped kitchen on the first floor and a dining area as well as a double bed and a bathroom.
Going up a few steps, the second floor hosts the second double bed and the gorgeous veranda with a comfy sitting space. This house is a top choice that combines the best from traditional and modern design surrounded by the main Mykonos attractions.
The place is comfortable also for a longer stay, featuring even a washing machine.
- Sleeps: up to 4 guests.
- Unique veranda with views of the port and the windmills!
Anthos House Mykonian Style
Why you should stay: This fully renewed traditional villa is a beautiful place to stay with every comfort of your own home, tasty decor, and roomy spaces.
This is a fully renovated two-level house on the first floor featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s an elegant place with traditional decoration and the traditional colorful style of the island.
On the 1st level, there is a large living and dining room area with an open plan kitchen and a big terrace featuring a large sofa dining table and armchairs for up to 10 people which overlooks the swimming pool. There’s also a big bathroom and a comfy bedroom.
There are two more bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor. You will feel at ease in the kitchen which is fully equipped including a microwave, a dishwasher, an espresso machine, and more! A DVD player is available with a variety of movies.
All the featured villas are convenient and quiet, ideal for families, and close to Ornos Beach.
This picturesque house is one of the most original Airbnbs in Mykonos, Greece!
- Sleeps: up to 7 guests.
Verano Mykonos Villa
Why you should stay: Enjoy this entire home with pool and self-check-in with lockbox in the magnificent area of Ornos.
This is a fantastic villa for a family or for friends a few meters from the exclusive bay of Ornos, one of the top spots on the island. Ornos features shops, restaurants, and a beautiful port from where you can sail in a exclusive yacht. There are stunning private beaches and there’s no need to rent a car since the bus station that takes you downtown Mykonos is close to the house.
Verano Mykonos Villa has been built in the traditional Mykonos style and it is inside a private complex of small luxury villas featuring a communal swimming pool.
The two-story house features two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and two beautiful outdoor areas. The place is great for families with kids.
- Sleeps: up to 6 guests.
Dew Luxury Houses in Platys Gialos
Why you should stay: Platys Gialos is a fantastic bay in Mykonos, safe for kids and with a small harbor from where you can take a boat to visit many other famous beaches.
Dew Luxury Houses are in the area of Platys Gialos, one of my favorite beaches in Mykonos, quite close to another spectacular beach, Cavo Psarou.
The accommodation is modern and is in a quiet area, not far from the beach. There are several bus stops and supermarkets too. Most guests praise the sunny veranda with views of the sea features, an ideal place to lounge after a day at the beach, perfect to enjoy an afternoon drink.
If you plan to rent this amazing home, bear in mind that renting a car can be the best bet to move around the island or to reach the city center. You can always use this useful car rental search engine to compare fees and find a car that suits your needs.
- Sleeps: 3
- Flexible check-in
Elia Sea View Luxury Villa
Why you should stay: To discover the amazing sea landscape in one of the top areas (and beaches!) of the island!
Elia Sea View Luxury Villa boasts stunning sea views and offers accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a bar, and a shared lounge, around 2.3 km from Super Paradise Beach. There’s also a garden, barbecue facilities, and free private parking.
There are 3 bedrooms, an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a washing machine, and 2 bathrooms with a shower. There’s also a children’s playground and a sun terrace.
The nearest airport is 4 km from the villa which also offers a paid airport shuttle service. If you need to work while on holiday, you’ll be able to take advantage of the desk.
- Sleeps: up to 6 guests.
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Mykonian Art Houses – Casa Zen in Ano Mera
Why you should stay: We’ve already mentioned how comfortable Ano Mera is as a holiday retreat. The village is peaceful and quiet and it’s fairly easy to reach several beaches in Mykonos with a short drive
Ideal place for a group of friends or a family, Mykonian Art Houses – Casa Zen has been decorated with a unique taste in total respect of the Cycladic style.
The villa has an ample yard and patio decorated with flowers, olive trees, and palms. From there, it’s possible to soak in the gorgeous views of the island.
If you’re into visual arts, as from the 2016 summer season, Greek and Foreign artists exhibit their artistic works for guests and visitors to admire.
- Sleeps: up to 6 guests.
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About the author of this blog:
Gabi has been living in Crete for the last five years. Here, she juggles being a solo mom, hosting culinary tours in the summer, translating, and working as a tech advisor.
She’s written for Greek Reporter, published two travel guides about Greece, and had more glasses of frappe than any regular person would be able to handle.
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