Myconian Korali

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The views from the Myconian Korali hotel are sensational. During the daylight hours, there’s no better place to be than by the pool, watching the sailboats to-ing and fro-ing from Mykonos town. At sunset, we head to Katrino Bar to see the sky transform into a gradient of purples and pinks to let the talented team mix you up a signature cocktail. At night, the twinkling lights on passing sailing masts create a romantic setting for a fine dining experience. As part of the Myconian collection, you have access to all the other luxury hotels in the group such as the Myconian Avaton in the hills above Elia Beach, giving you an extraordinary range of restaurants, bars, beaches and spas to discover.

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The hotel is part of the exclusive Relais & Chateaux group and offers one of the most creative fine dining experiences on the island – BAOS fine dining. Executive chef Panagiotis Tsoukatos has created an unmissable farm-to-table menu using only the best ingredients. There’s also plenty to do on your doorstep, so take a 15-minute stroll into the party atmosphere of Mykonos Town or enjoy the vibrant harbourside culture of Little Venice.

During the midday heat, no one would blame you if you didn’t stray far from the hotel’s stunning pool deck. However, the Myconian Korali does boast a luxurious spa, plus Megali Ammos beach is just a 5-minute walk away.

We couldn’t finish a review of the Myconian Korali without mentioning the Cyclades Suite. In addition to enjoying your own lounge, the suite is kitted out with a plunge pool and a jacuzzi because, well, why not? The views are incredible too.

If having one of the best restaurants in Mykonos in your hotel isn’t enough, Noa Greek restaurant is next door, offering contemporary Mediterranean cuisine with stunning views. Request a table next to the window.