Hotels close to Mykonos International Airport
Mykonos Airport is located only 4km/2.5 miles from Mykonos town. And Mykonos is a small island. Therefore, almost every region is in proximity to the airport. Anyhow, if your “moto” is “the closer, the better”, you can still find top-rated accommodation options up to an 8-minute drive from JMK Airport. Here, you can check out the 5 top ones:
1. The Top Proximity Option: Adama Mykonos Boutique Hotel, Airport Skalado Omvrodektis
Adama Mykonos Boutique Hotel is a bit pricey, yet it justifies its cost. Furthermore, it is located only 800m/0.5 mile from the airport. Thus, you won’t need more than 3 minutes to reach your accommodation after landing at JMK Airport. In fact, the 4-star hotel offers airport rides as well, but at an extra cost. Besides the ideal location almost next to the airport, Adama Mykonos is elegantly designed and decorated, resembling the local houses but also enriched with sophisticated Scandinavian touches. Overall, despite its modern and minimal layout, it focuses on implementing the feeling of coziness. It has an outdoor swimming pool and an adjacent bar with quite an interesting cocktail and wine list while offering parking services too.
Our Tip: The hotel is brand-new, as it first opened its doors in 2021.
2. The Top Proximity Budget Option: Milena Hotel, Drafaki
Milena Hotel is an affordable hotel, lying only 3 minutes by car from Mykonos Airport. The hotel is a family business, and that’s why personal approach and hospitality are among its top perk. Here, you won’t find plenty of amenities. Still, the rooms are clean and cozy with colorful elements, the snack bar has a decent enough menu, and the garden and roof garden area are ideal for relaxed moments.
3. The Luxury Option: Belvedere Mykonos, Mykonos
If money isn’t an issue for you, the 5-star Belvedere Mykonos, located 2.5km/1.5 mile or at an 8-minute driving distance from JMK, will offer you the ultimate accommodation experience in Mykonos for sure. The modernly designed hotel stands out for its services’ efficiency and staff’s politeness. It is equipped with elegant rooms, suites and villas with private pools, an exquisite spa area, a fitness center, a restaurant serving Greek dishes, a unique outdoor sushi bar (the famous Matsuhisa), and a pleasant poolside bar.
Our Tip: Are you a shopping person? Belvedere Hotel has two one-of-a-kind boutique stores only for you!
4. The Mid-Range Option: AC Village Christoulis, Kounoupas
If you are looking for mid-range accommodation near the airport, AC Village Christoulis will meet your expectations. The nearby airport hotel (2.5km/1.5 mile from the terminal’s doors) offers guests a pool, a lovely garden, BBQ facilities, and a bar area. Please keep in mind that the swimming pool can’t be used by children under the age of 8.
Our Tip: If you don’t mind spending a few more euros, you can opt for a suite equipped with a private pool.
5. The Budget Option: Mycocoon Hostel, Mykonos
Initially, you’ll settle on Mycocoon Hostel because it’s a cheap option and perhaps, because you like meeting new people during your travels. Nevertheless, after checking in, you’ll love everything about your accommodation. Mycocoon Hostel is one of the best-taken care of hostels you have ever visited, with unique and modern furniture pieces reflecting the Myconian traditional style, an outdoor pool, and a jolly roof terrace. Overall, Mycocoon Hostel is the perfect budget option in Mykonos.
Our Tip: The hostel even has a mini-market fully kitted, offering competitive prices.
Top Hotel Options in Mykonos
Everything is pretty close in Mykonos. Hence, even if you consider the distance from the airport an important factor for picking up your accommodation, you can check some top-notch options located a little bit further but still within a 20-minute distance from JMK Airport:
1. The Sky-High Price Option: Kalesma Mykonos, Ornos
When thinking of private, totally personalized services, Kalesma Mykonos Hotel should come to your mind. The hotel, resembling a tiny Myconian village in white, is state-of-the-art while respecting the island’s architecture. In fact, the vast majority of the used materials come from the island. As far as the hotel’s services are concerned, they are too many to be mentioned. However, it is worth pointing out the big, heated private pools (included in the exterior space of every room), the top-rated bar and restaurant (providing private diners upon request as well), the in-room yoga courses, and spa treatments, the cozy library and the handy business center. Last but not least, the hotel organizes day tours and excursions, offering its guests unforgettable experiences.
Our Tip: Children are more than welcomed at Kalesma Hotel. Nevertheless, the hotel is mostly addressed to adult visitors.
2. The Expensive Alternative: Myconian Naia – Preferred Hotels & Resorts, Mykonos
The boutique hotel has a unique style, combining the influence of the historic Mycenaean settlements with elements by top designers around the world. Kitted with an infinity pool, a spa area, a gym, a fine-dining restaurant, and a high-class bar, Myconian Naia will charm you with its unbeaten services and attentive staff. Please keep in mind that the hotel’s guests can be transferred to the other two members of Design Hotels -Myconian Kyma, and Myconian Korali Relais & Châteaux- and relish their amenities too.
Our Tip: Myconian Naia is an adults-only hotel.
3. The Mid-Range Option: Ibiscus Hotel, Mykonos
The fully renovated Ibiscus Hotel offers premium services at affordable prices. The hotel follows the minimalistic design philosophy with modern, fully equipped rooms, standing out for their unique decorative touches, a cozy restaurant, and a cocktail bar area. If you are in for an elevated accommodation experience, you should book the rooms kitted with an outdoor hot tube.
Our Tip: The hotel offers airport transfers upon request.
4. The “Quiet” Alternative: Mykonos Village, Ano Mera
If you want to avoid the bustling Mykonos Chora and are in search of a more traditional settlement for your accommodation, Ano Mera is your place. One of the top hotels located in Ano Mera is Mykonos Village, a complex of 5 apartments in sync with the local setting. The traditional houses of this little “village” have all the necessary modern amenities as well as their own pool. What’s more, the hotel’s location, on the top of a hill, offers panoramic vistas and breathtaking sunset views.
Our Tip: The hotel isn’t the most budget option (the rooms cost about 450€/450$ during the high season). Still, it is worth every single euro.
5. The Budget Option: Matogianni Hotel, Mykonos
Mykonos is considered a rather expensive island. Thus, finding a hotel that costs around 160€/160$ during the peak tourist season, is clean and tidy, offers basic amenities, and lies right in the heart of Mykonos town is a win-win situation. For all those reasons, as well as the famous hotel’s White Bar, Matogianni Hotel is the best-value-for-money option for your accommodation in Mykonos.
Our Tip: The hotel offers both classically decorated rooms but also rooms in the characteristic Cycladic style.