Mykonos Riviera 

Spellbinding views meet cool Cycladic looks and imaginative dining

With its chic minimalist design and personalised service, this intimate coastal retreat is luxurious and relaxed in equal measure.

With its sugar-cube buildings draped down a hillside overlooking the Aegean and the swish marina, Mykonos Riviera is the epitome of contemporary Cycladic chic. This inviting boutique property, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, is made for elegant relaxation. There’s a gravity-defying glass-bottomed infinity pool which seems to merge into the ocean, a spa complete with a water circuit and traditional hammam, and sprawling terraces where you can linger over modern Greek food or a perfectly constructed cocktail.

Why we love Mykonos Riviera

  • There are fabulous ocean vistas from every room, but it’s worth upgrading to the Ambio Retreat for a hot tub on the terrace, too.

  • From super-fresh breakfasts to starlit dinners of modern Greek cuisine, there’s a focus on seasonal, local and organic ingredients.

  • As well as a list of fabulous massages, wraps and facials, the dreamy spa has a thalassotherapy suite and a traditional-style hammam.

  • They have their own fleet of boats for self-guided island explorations and a great range of crewed experiences for less confident mariners.

5 stars
May - Oct
4 hours
On the west coast of Mykonos just one mile north of Mykonos Town, close to Tourlos marina and the sands of Agios Stefanos beach. A free shuttle bus runs between the town and the hotel every evening (7pm to 1am) and to the nearest beach in Agios Stefanos.
Approx. 15 minutes’ transfer from Mykonos airport.



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The food is as impeccably thought out as the design, with chic terraces for moonlit Mediterranean dinners, stylish poolside grazing and sunset cocktails. Breakfast is a feast in itself and is served until 11.30am, and there are several private dining experiences as well.

Lafs Restaurant
Dine under the stars on stylish contemporary Greek cuisine at the swish fine-dining restaurant, which overlooks the marina.

Pool Club
Loiter by the infinity pool for relaxed lunches of fish, salads, sandwiches and the like, and return for evening drinks by the fire pit.

Pool Sunset Bar
Savour anything from a wake-up coffee to a Mykonos-inspired cocktail or a glass of fizz at this glamorously revamped bar.

Seamera Restaurant
Start the day at the airy buffet restaurant, whose enticing spread of just-cooked pastries, smoothies and local treats is accompanied by an array of made-to-order dishes.

Personalised dining
For something a little different, you can arrange a romantic candlelit dinner for two, a private barbecue or a picnic basket to take on your island travels, among other memorable options.

There’s nothing quite like a gourmet picnic basket to elevate a private boating adventure or ATV safari to another level.

What's included

Breakfast at Seamera Restaurant

Upgrade options

Half Board • Breakfast and dinner at Seamera Restaurant

The sleek and surprisingly large Oqua Spa has a thalassotherapy pool, a traditional hammam, a sauna and six treatment rooms. Therapies include high-tech facials, signature massages, body-soothing wraps and a choice of hammam rituals. The fully equipped Fitness Club has Matrix cardio and resistance machines, free weights and qualified staff on hand to offer advice. Yoga sessions are also available.

The heated seawater infinity pool is the stylish hub of Mykonos Riviera, offering breathtaking views across the Aegean from the water and the cosy loungers that line it. The sands of Agios Stefanos beach are a stroll away, and the hotel has a range of boats to hire, from RIBs and speedboats to a luxury yacht, as well as crewed options such as dolphin spotting or sunset gazing trips.

In the kitchen, much of the produce is organic and locally grown, some of it on site; there are eco-friendly products in the rooms and the housekeeping teams’ cleaning baskets, and energy comes from renewable sources.

Cribs and babysitting are available, but there isn’t a kids’ club or a pool for them.

The rooms and suites are all easily accessed by wheelchair and buggies.