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"beautiful and perfectly located"
fantastic location - easy to get to everything from mykonos town, food, shopping and options for rental car/4 wheeler to get around the island. belvedere had fantastic amenities, extremely clean grounds and fabulous service. the breakfast buffet is to die for, views just beautiful and staff wonderful. we rented a 4 wheeler from a location walking distance down the street and drove to all the view spots and beaches with ease, then hopped down to mykonos town for meals and shopping within seconds. the staff was super friendly and helpful recommending restaurants and showing us where to go - absolute A+! the pool was very chilly but we came around october...so...:) the pool grounds were exceptionally comfy - but get down early if you're there during the hot season as seats are limited. the room was PERFECT, comfy bed, easy to use TV, shower, etc. SUPER clean, beautiful grounds, quiet spot, restaurant is said to be one of the best on the island, although we ate elsewhere so we could get out and about. I loved every minute of my stay here and would come again over and over!
"Unreal! Book here!"
Upon checking in, we were upgraded to the best room in the hotel. It was end of their season, but still - so nice. The room was amazing, modern, luxurious - everything I could ever want in a room. The view was incredible. The staff was so kind and helped with anything we asked for. The location of the hotel is perfect. You can easily taxi to the hotel and are right on the edge of town. You pop out the gates and are at the beginning of all the cobblestone streets. When we return to Mykonos, we will stay at the Belvedere without question!!
"Amazing and wonderful! "
We spent 3 nights at the Belvedere and it was unbelievable from the start. We travelled 34 hours to get to mykonos and upon arrival at almost midnight we were taken care of immediately. They even gave us an upgraded room with a private balcony and view. The staff from the concierge to restaurants to housekeeping were simply put amazing. The hotel does go above and beyond for your every need. It took us 8 min to walk in to town where everything was located. The staff give good recommendations and actually listen to you instead of nodding and pretending to understand. We rented a car for one day and it was easy drop and pick from our hotel. Literally took 2 mins to get the rental. They also can book reservations and excursions etc for you as well. The restaurant food is a little over priced but what hotel isn't' We did have dinner one night and it was amazing. Very delicious. Overall great experience and very pleased!
"Not very good but a good hotel"
I stayed in this hotel in the 1st week of October for 3 nights. Location wise: Perfect place as it is very near to the market as well as connected to the road. Staff: They were attentive and very helpful. They advised me to explore couple of beaches which were truly amazing. Room: The rooms were nice and was serviced twice a day but the only problem was it was little cramped up, thanks to the balcony which made it look a little bigger. Breakfast: I must say their breakfast is really very poor. They hardly had options and to my surprise they did not even have most common thing, i.e. eggs for all 3 days I stayed.
"Great in-town venue"
We flew here from Athens for a four-day stay before heading back home after several weeks away on business and holiday. We knew Mykonos this time of year would be quieter and off-season which is what we wanted given the party-reputation of this lovely island. We were told a lot of the beach resorts on the other side of the island would be closed, OR their restaurants would be, making it a fairly isolated experience this time of year. A friend of ours who is a regular in Greece and in Mykonos recommended Hotel Belevedere and it lived up to its reputation as being the best in-town hotel. Our hotel check-in was smooth and easy. Our room was available early which was terrific as we arrived around noon. The hostess gave us recommendations for lunch and dinner, showed us several spots on the map and took us to our room which was a lovely suite that was available at an amazing price this time of year. I'm not sure we would have wanted to pay full price but the value for what we received this time of year was great. Living room and sitting area, master bedroom, very large bathroom with sea views. Our room was clean, white marble floors always hard to keep looking impeccable. I felt the curtains a little dingy, the floors a little dull, not quite sure how spic-and-span this place really is. Bed comfortable. Pillows rock hard. An ok night's sleep. Room smelled a tad. Our only beef with this place is that the maid service is nearly impossible to come by. At most hotels of this caliber you see people in and around all day long. We didn't get turn-down service our first night. The next day at 1 we had to ask for our room to be cleaned. Left us wondering if there is anyone home' Literally in three days here I never saw a housekeeper anywhere on the property in and around the day time. Was very odd. As to the restaurants - we didn't want to eat at Nobu given it's last night was our first night and we were not up for a super expensive 7 course menu that evening. We snacked at the bar and it was good but not great - expensive really but we split an octopus salad and chicken meatballs which were ample and easy to share. Bartender was great - very hospitable and generous with his drinks and time. We are told the pool area is super crowded during the summer and the place is tiny and nestled into the hill. I might feel a little claustrophobic or cramped here if people were swarming. For our time of year it was lovely. The breakfast buffet was ok - all continental except for quiche. They say breakfast is included but don't tell you the eggs on the menu are not - just what's served down in the buffet. Buffet was ample and 'got the job done' but would have been little more complete say with hardboiled eggs. But that's to quibble. You have to ask for coffee, ask for plates to be cleared. The service is little laid back for the type of hotel this place's reputation upholds. Went to the spa for a manicure and service was great. The spa is newly built and absolutely lovely. Would recommend for sure. What this place is perfect for is the ability to go up and down the hill and be in town in minutes. Whether for coffee in the morning, lunches port side, or dinner in the local taverna's and nooks and crannies of the town, you are there in a minute and can easily get back and forth at all hours of the day. This time of year the shopping is amazing with lots of local specials as the season closes and the shop keepers close up and depart for the winter months leaving amazing items on sale before they go. Shops are open till 11 pm, midnight or 1. It's easy to stroll after dinner and make your way in and around all day. Fabulous location and we really enjoyed being in town his time of year and this hotel was no doubt a perfect option. I would echo some of the earlier reviews about service being little off. The first night we had a cocktail and light bite for dinner I happened into the gift shop which had a great review. The woman said it was their last night open and she'd be closing at 10. I told her I'd be back and popped in about 9. She had the store packed up, clothes in bags, all jewelry down, She was packing up for good and made it clear. For her it was her sixth season done and this was the last night of her last season and you could tell she was done. In a way that embodies the hotel experience, except of the spa and front desk and bartender. Everyone else was a bit more 'just get it done' in attitude instead of the warm Grecian service one would typically expect from a hotel like this. If we were coming back to Mykonos in high season we'd probably go by the water. If we wanted an easy in/out we'd come back here. It was good, just not great.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM