Mykonos Blanc Hotel is a 42 unit boutique 5-star hotel and spa on famous Ornos Beach on Mykonos. It’s both family friendly and dog friendly. Mykonos Blanc is part of the 850-member LVX Preferred Hotels and Resorts network, an organized group of luxury hotels across the globe dedicated to the very best in service at the very best prices.
Mykonos Blanc’s location is superb: you step off the central patio, where the main pool is, surrounded by the bright white Cycladic-style structures of the hotel, and right onto the beach with no intermediary pathways or stairs to speak of, but just a low wall demarcating the hotel’s patio from the sand of the beach. Sunbeds belonging to the hotel are marked by yellow umbrellas, whilst the black and white striped umbrellas belong to the hotel’s beach club and are for non-guests. Pasaji Restaurant, presenting a Greek-Asian fusion menu, also belongs to the hotel, and is also open to the public.
Mykonos Blanc offers a full service spa, a fitness center, and a saltwater infinity pool, among other amenities. In addition to the Pasaji Restaurant, there are several other restaurants and beach bars within very easy walking distance of the hotel. In addition, it’s important to note that Mykonos Blanc is one of the few wheelchair accessible hotels on Mykonos, with aids such as ramps, wide hallways, level entryways, and bathroom rails.
The neighbourhood around the hotel has pharmacies, restaurants and grocery stores as well. If you wish to go a little further afield, there are water taxis moored at the beach, waiting to take you to other beaches and points of interest on the island.
Rooms and Suites
In keeping with the hotel’s name, the hallmark of all of Mykonos Blanc’s rooms and suites is white: bright white on white walls and ceilings, white archways, white ceilings and white rafters in those rooms that have rafters. Some of the walls are textured stone, painted white, naturally. There are an abundance of curved walls and ceilings, in keeping with traditional Cycladic architectural elements. Many of the walls have curved tops as well, instead of hard right angles. Much of the furniture is white. White reflects light, and the effect of all this white is to brighten the rooms and suites considerable. Rooms and suites without exception are airy and comfortably spacious.
Amenities include, amongst others, bathrobes and slippers, mini bar with Greek spirits, extra bed or baby cot on request, free Wi-Fi, private veranda/balcony, hair dryer, room safe, king size bed, 55’ smart TV with satellite and cable, inset ceiling rain shower, lux bath amenities, walk-in closet, individually controlled AC, and coffee/tea maker.
Village Room with Private Patio
Room is a pied-a-terre ( a French architectural term indicating a 2nd, smaller residence) village style with interesting curved walls, private patio with insets in the white wall, and a separate, more direct access than those rooms and suites in the main building. This allows for more privacy.
Double Standard Room Side Sea View
Room has an arched ceiling, and an arch opening at the balcony. View is a combination of palm trees, the roof tops of other units, and the beach and the sea.
Superior Double Room Side Sea View
Large upper floor room with curved ceiling and a view over the hotel’s rooftops to the sea. Shaded balcony keeps you out of the direct sunlight which is nice for sitting.
Village Suite with Private Patio
Room is a pied-a-terre ( a French architectural term indicating a 2nd, smaller residence). Private patio gives greater privacy. Open the gate and you’re just a couple steps away from Ornos beach. What could be more convenient?
Junior Suites Garden Pool, Junior Suites Sea View
Junior Suites Garden Pool’s door opens onto the patio and the well-tended gardens of the hotel, with the pool close by. Ground level. It’s also a very short distance to Ornos Beach.
Junior Suites Sea View is on the hotel’s upper level, and overlooks the hotel’s pool and the beach and sea from the shaded balcony.
These roomy suites are unique and very comfortable, and in a great location in the building. The suite has an open floor plan, and the ceiling is supported by columns and arches creating an expansive, natural living space. The shaded patio is enclosed on either side by whitewashed walls with large square openings, allowing free passage of fresh sea air. The view from the patio is of the grounds, the pool, and, in the background, the beach.
Friends & Family Suite
With the Friends and Family Suite you get a twofer: a combination of a Junior Suite with an outdoor hot tub and a separate, slightly smaller Luxury Double room, which supplies enough space for a family or 4, or for two couples doing their holiday together. It’s configured maisonette-style, with the double room being the upstairs, and both living areas connected by an open stairway. There’s ample seating in the furnished upstairs balcony, which offers a great, straight-on view of Ornos Bay and the open sea, as well as of the hills of Mykonos. The ground floor patio is attractively configured on two levels, with the hot tub on the upper level, which is just a step above the ground level.
Honeymoon Suite with Outdoor Hot Tub and Sea View
If you’re just married, just in love, or just wanting to enjoy some down time with your life’s companion, this is the suite for you. The suite has an extensive balcony with a great view of the sea, and a large, comfortable hot tub, which is a wonderful place to relax during the warm summer evenings as you share a glass of wine and gaze at the stars and the twinkling lights on the hills.
The Blanc Suite
This loft suite sits on top of the hotel with a maximum 360-degree view of the entire area. Location-wise, this is the best that Mykonos Blanc has to offer. Amenities include an indoor hot tub. The suite is brightly lit by the brilliant Mediterranean sun during the day, and gives you wonderful vistas of the star spangled sky at night.
Blanc Pool Suite
Slightly smaller than the Blanc Suite, the Blanc Pool Suite makes up for it by giving you your own private plunge pool. A separate part of the hotel, the Blanc Pool Suite offers the ultimate in privacy just a few steps away from Ornos Beach. The patio in configured into two areas: a larger, shaded area holding the pool, and a smaller area closer to the beach, where the full sun shines. The two areas are divided by blinds and a canvas curtain to allow you to bathe in privacy.
Food and Drink
The Pasaji Restaurant is both Mykonos Blanc’s main restaurant and bar, and also open to the public. It serves a unique fusion menu of Greek, Italian, and Asian fare. Conveniently located right next to the beach.
You can get fed, enjoy the sea breeze, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the beach. There’s an open plan kitchen where you can watch the cook staff work their magic. There are all kinds of beverages available, from simple soft drinks, beers, and wines, to expertly mixed, refreshing cocktails.
Spa and Wellness
Mykonos Blanc Hotel offers a complete spa experience courtesy of Karam Spa professionals, which offers body and face masks using dead sea minerals for exfoliation, rejuvenation, and anti-ageing. They have hand and foot massages, as well as full body massages. The spa also has a hair stylist.
Mykonos Blanc’s gym has a nice view of the pool and hotel grounds, and an on-site instructor who can help you craft a holiday exercise regimen. There are all kinds of exercise machines and free weights to choose from.
In the Area
Mykonos is by any measure the most stimulating of the Aegean islands, what with world figures in the entertainment industries who buzz on in, party hearty for a few days, and then fly off to their next destinations. The island has a reputation for openness and tolerance because of its ancient cosmopolitan past as a critical link on Aegean trade routes which bought people from all over the world to her doorstep. In the modern area Mykonos became a base for archeologists who had uncovered ruins on Delos, the sacred island. Delos was uninhabited, so the closest place to stay was Mykonos. Tourism picked up in the 50’s-60’s when celebrities such as Jackie Kennedy Onassis started to visit. Today the island is packed during the high season, receiving half a million visitors compared to its year-round population of 11,000.
Delos is the closest and by far the most interesting off-island site. Historically, mythologically, and archaeologically, Delos is one of Greece’s most important sites. Birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, Delos was a major cult center, and the goal of pilgrimages for Greeks as far back as 900 BC. Sites on the island include the Terrace of the Lions, the Sacred Lake, the Temple of the Delians, and the house of Dionysos. Only 3km from Mykonos, you could almost swim to Delos.
Mykonos, of course, is famous for its wide-open, somewhat expensive night life. It’s a great place to people watch, and celebrity watch as well, seeing as famous people from all over the globe vacation there every summer. The town itself, however, is well worth exploring for its narrow, twisty streets and classic Cycladic, cube-like, whitewashed architecture with its brightly painted doors. Tradition holds that the narrow network of streets were designed that way to confuse pirates. Walking tours are available.
Little Venice, a district famous for its bars and restaurants, and the much photographed row of colorful buildings set right at the water’s edge, is a great place to watch the sunset.
The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos has artifacts dating as far back to prehistory. Founded in 1905, it’s one of the oldest archaeological museums in Greece.
The windmills of Mykonos are one of the island’s most prominent landmarks, and worth a visit. Dating to the 1500’s, the mills were built to grind grain, but have now become the island’s trademark.
There’s lots of other stuff you can do on Mykonos, from walking the island’s hiking trails, to visiting the colorful Ano Mera village for a calm respite from the noise of the town, to the peace and quiet of the monastery of Paleokastro, to a visit to the unique Mykonos Vioma Organic Farm, an agricultural oasis of calm in the center of the island.
Rizes Folklore Farmstead, towards the central eastern region of the island, is a 5-acre traditional farming complex whose stated purpose is the preservation of ancient agricultural traditions on Mykonos, it features a working traditional home, workshops, livestock, and farming techniques which sustained life on Mykonos for centuries before the tourist boom. There is a restaurant serving traditional Mykonian meals, a cooking class, and bread making demonstration of offer. Horseland features guided horseback riding with rescue horses. Vioma Organic Farm, Rizes Folklore Farmstead, and Horseland all have their own web sites.
Ornos Beach, Mykonos 846 00
+30 22890 276-18
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