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Overlooking the Aegean sea, Archipelagos Hotel is situated 11 km away from the town of Mykonos, by the beach of Kalo Livadi. Facilities include a pool and a wellness studio. Archipelagos Hotel, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World is located by the sea. It is inspired by the colours and light of the Cycladic landscape.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 500m from the beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 10km from Mykonos Airport
There are a number of room types on offer. Standard room feature the following amenities; Individual air conditioning, Satellite TV with 25 channels, LCD 26''screen, Card entry of high-tech, Wireless internet access free of charge, Bath or shower cabin, Digital Safe, Mini bar, Direct dial telephone with voice mail, Hairdryer and bathroom amenities.
Food & Drink
Archipelagos Restaurant is set in a beautiful shaded patio, overlooking Kalo Livadi Bay, next to pool. Casual atmosphere, sociable surroundings to savour the sensations of fresh salads, pasta, local specialties and Mediterranean summer delicacies. The Pool bar area of Archipelagos is the place to meet and relax and enjoy light and healthy meals accompanied by rejuvenating cocktails.
Sports & Entertainment
You can relax under an umbrella on the sandy beach, enjoy the crystal-clear water of the Aegean or try your skills in one of the water sports offered here. The Spa & Wellness studio includes a massage room, a jacuzzi, classic sauna facilities, relaxation chairs and a Fitness Area.
We have just returned from a 4 night stay at The Archipelagos Hotel, we can not praise the hotel and all the staff enough. The whole stay was just incredible. From being greeted by our friendly...
We have just returned from a 4 night stay at The Archipelagos Hotel, we can not praise the hotel and all the staff enough. The whole stay was just incredible. From being greeted by our friendly driver Roland (organised airport pick up by the fabulous Tonia) and then being shown our incredible room (room 423) by the ever so friendly Maria. If you wish to stay in a hotel that is not spoilt by the noisiness of package holiday makers, and you enjoy peace, tranquillity, friendly staff and amazing food then stay at The Archipelagos. We ate in the hotel 3 nights out of the 4, and every meal was fabulous. The breakfast was second to none, with such a selection and always so well presented. You can tell that all the staff take pride in their positions at the hotel and this shows. I have stayed in many hotels over the years and the Archipelagos is by far the best I have ever stayed in. A special thanks and well done to all the team for making our first trip to Mykonos so memorable. We can not wait to return next year.
We came as a couple (mature) but if you are younger and looking for something classy and relaxing, this is a venue very much worth considering. There were a lot of people in late twenties and...
We came as a couple (mature) but if you are younger and looking for something classy and relaxing, this is a venue very much worth considering. There were a lot of people in late twenties and thirties who seemed to be very content and one or two couples had very young children with them and there are facilities to cater for them too. The hotel is tastefully decorated and is in immaculate condition having been refurbished in the off season. Food is of a high standard and beautifully presented, though my only criticism is that the menu doesn't change, which is a drawback if staying for a longer period. Beaches and tavernas are all reasonably close by and a car is useful but the hotel runs a free shuttle bus to Mykonos. I highly recommend Archipelagos.
This was an amazing experience, sorry if I run out of adjectives because there aren't enough to describe it! The rooms, food, staff, decor/lighting, facilities and cleanliness were first class. It...
This was an amazing experience, sorry if I run out of adjectives because there aren't enough to describe it! The rooms, food, staff, decor/lighting, facilities and cleanliness were first class. It you don't mind being a little remote from the action, it's well worth trying, free shuttle bus into Mykonos at 12.00 noon and 9.00pm. Our room was the best in the hotel I think, we had a huge balcony with views all around. Food was incredible - tasty and beautifully presented, although a bit restricted for 10 days. Because it is a small hotel (35 rooms I think), we made friends of many guests and all the staff whose personalities shone through, not a bad one amongst them, we loved them all. Athena (from Athens) was our favourite, beautiful and was like a daughter to me, we chatted for hours. The owner was Costa, who was always around "hands on" although you could hear staff discussing things in front of him and he never interfered, just let them get on with it. They seemed to adore him (he was a hunk!). The pool is fantastic with 5 double sunbeds, very comfortable. The ambience, decor and lighting in the hotel was fabulous, I just loved to sit in the lounge area and soak it in. Just to give you an idea of the service you will receive - on leaving for the airport I had left my jacket in reception, the hotel shuttle driver came all the way back to the airport and handed it to me in the check in queue! Can you believe that? Our only complaint was the strong winds which blew for 3 or 4 days, but not a lot they can do about that is there? Not only do I recommend this hotel, but I insist you try it, you won't regret it. We miss being there and can't wait to go back again.
From the moment we entered Hotel Archipelagos we knew we were staying somewhere special. The stylish interior and warm welcome made us feel at home and relaxed.The calming ambient music and the...
From the moment we entered Hotel Archipelagos we knew we were staying somewhere special. The stylish interior and warm welcome made us feel at home and relaxed.The calming ambient music and the beautiful white washed walls adorning interesting artwork exceeded our expectations. The view from our room was breath taking, the room itself was wonderful; clean, stylish and very comfortable. The bed allowed for deep undisturbed sleep. Eating at the hotel was a fabulous experience, as the food was freshly prepared with flair, love and passion, it was simply the best. The team of staff, were all attentive, passionate, informative and kind. This is truly a special hotel!
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