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Mykonos Grand Hotel in Greek God Apollo’s Birthplace

By Adrian Prisca


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Greece – dreams and freedom, islands and sun. The country is superb, in style and history. So are its resorts, beaches, mountains, islands and every tourist attraction that it has. One of them is the Mykonos Grand Hotel, a place built in symmetry and cohesion with nature, allowing one to bask in its superb sunlight and luxury.

Situated close to Mykonos town and Paradise Beach, on the Ayios Yiannis, it greets guests with two different restaurants, each of them displaying gorgeous seasonal meals and exotic tastes. Surrounded by picturesque views, this particular beach resort offers a ground floor of 32 square meters that comprises 33 square meter rooms with views towards the garden, died in either orange or blue and large mosaic ornamented bathrooms.

Furthermore, the resort offers 33 square meter rooms, over-viewing the Aegean Sea, trimmed with Greek marble and Mykonian arches that separate the bedroom from the sitting area. Besides these, there are also superior sea view rooms, with their own Spa bathrooms, that cover 37 square meters.

And it doesn’t end here. The resort puts at guests’ disposal an array of suites, five kinds of them, among which we mention suites with outdoor barbecues and with or without private pools that can easily host the most squeamish of customers. Guests can also relax at the spa, squash and tennis courts, fitness center or do their customs at the stone amphitheater built for yoga sessions. The place is a real must-see and must-visit.


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