Standing on a hill, the Royal Myconian is a Luxury Resort and offers spectacular views of the expansive golden beach and turquoise sea of Elia Bay.
This resort offers luxury hospitality, contemporary interiors and spacious terraces to enjoy the magnificent spectacle of Aegean sunlight and starry nights.
The spacious rooms are furnished to luxury standards and complemented by private infinity pools and Jacuzzis.
Royal Myconian chefs and mixologists take you on a daily culinary adventure, with superb à-la-carte dining, a delicious mediterranean breakfast buffet, light poolside snacks and chic cocktails at the bar or scenic terrace.
Royal Myconian has its own private beach on the longest fine sand beach on Mykonos, Elia. Step onto the Royal Myconian’s private beach spot and relax on luxurious shaded loungers, with a running supply of fresh towels and a bar that keep ice-cold drinks flowing and serves light snacks. Add to the restorative benefits of the Aegean by taking your sense of wellbeing to the next level with rejuvenating treatments and the Thalasso pools that await at the Spa. Or refine your form in our state-of-the-art fitness room.
A wide range of water sports are available, including kayaking, windsurfing, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing and scuba diving. Professional PADI instructors are available to guide divers in their underwater excursions.
The highly professional and dedicated staff offers a personalized service.
The Royal Mykonian is located on the beach of Elia, considered the jewel of the Myconian beaches.
You can have the best of both worlds, enjoying the calm of the Royal Myconian and the serene beauty of Elia, and yet find yourself in the thick of Mykonos town by taking a short ride on the hotel's shuttle. This complimentary shuttle service leaves at regular intervals throughout the day from a central hub and is available well into the night for guests who want to enjoy the night life.
The coastline and marine life can be explored by boat trips. Ferries depart from the city's port to nearby islands, including Delos, which is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mediterranean.