Situated on Super Paradise Beach, a Mykonos favorite, on the island’s south shore, the Super Paradise Hotel offers 44 rooms built on the high ground above the beach and then follows the grade of the land downward. The Super Paradise Beach Club is right next door.
There are a lot of native stone retaining walls as you go from level to level at this hotel as it descends towards the water, but the steps are low and easy to navigate. There’s a beautiful infinity pool overlooking the entire beach, which is nice if your pocket book isn’t interested in the hundred euro hit it would take for a couple sun beds and umbrellas on the beach itself. On the opposite side of the cove, and also on a bit of higher ground overlooking the beach, is JackieO’ (yes, that’s the way it’s spelled), one of the best known beach bars/restaurants on Mykonos.
Super Paradise suites has 2 restaurants, 2 bars, a unique open air spa on the beach, and a whole range of water sports options.
Guests praised the location, with its excellent, panoramic views, the facilities, the spacious rooms, the value for money, the restaurants, the clean facilities, and the friendly and helpful staff.
In keeping with Cycladic architectural tradition, the rooms and suites at Super Paradise are predominantly white, matching the brilliant white of the island’s buildings. There are little earth tone touches here and there in the nightstands, desks, bed frames and free-standing closets, but other than that, even a lot of the furniture is white.
Room features and amenities include soundproof windows, electronic locks, satellite TV stations, rain shower, hair dryer, AC, safe deposit box, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso maker and private balcony or terrace, amongst many others.
Promo Double Room
This is the budget room, and the only room of its size. It’s a unique, cosy place that comes equipped with everything you need to make your holiday enjoyable. The twin beds are exceptionally comfortable, and the en suite bathroom has a shower cabin. View is of the landscape to the north of the hotel.
Double Room Sea View
Room has a nice, terrazzo-paved furnished balcony with a great view of the beach, the bay, and JackieO’ beach bar across the way. Bed can either be a double, or two twins. There are 12 of these rooms available.
Superior Surrounding View Room
Room comes with a very spacious terrace and has a 1.6m-wide double bed, or two twins. View is a panorama of the surrounding hills, its buildings, and the horizon. There are 2 of these rooms available.
Super Paradise Triple Sea View Room
Room has a double bed, and next to it, separated by the night stand, a twin bed for a third guest..). The view of the beach and sea from the furnished balcony is awe-inspiring. There are 7 of these rooms available.
Super Paradise Friends Surrounding View Suite
This roomy accommodation is made for a party of up to 4 guests. You get a nice view of the whitewashed buildings that dot the rocky hills of Mykonos. Room has a double bed, or two twins, as well as a sofa bed. A fourth bed can be had upon request. There are 4 of these rooms available.
Super Paradise Sea View Suite
This suite is a bit separate from the other regular rooms, and affords a wonderful view of the beach, the hills, and the sea from its shaded balcony. Furnished with sling lounge chairs, you’ll spend a lot of time relaxing in the shade, sipping your favourite drink, and chilling out with that special someone. There are 4 of these rooms available.
Super Paradise Junior Suites
These large rooms come in two categories: Sea View and Pool View. Sea view includes a nice panorama of the beach, bay, and buildings on the surrounding hills. Pool view puts your terrace a few steps away from the beautiful infinity pool, which appears to join the bright blue horizon seamlessly. For each of the two views, there are 4 suites available for a total of 8.
Food and Drink
The hotel’s main restaurant is a combination restaurant/bar. It offers primarily Mediterranean style meals in an informal environment.
The Divine Sea and More is an a la carte restaurant where you can enjoy a variety of Mediterranean-themed meals with ingredients being served based on the season and their availability. The restaurant’s gastronomically delightful menu selections are improved by the restaurant’s proximity to the beach, right next door to the Super Paradise Beach Club bar. You can eat at the restaurant proper, or choose a sun bed and dine by the sea under your umbrella.
Spa and Wellness
Super Paradise Suites offers a unique massage spot right on the beach, where you can feel the tension drain from your body as the resort’s expert staff go to work on those tired muscles, all to the sound of the gently lapping surf. Staff uses a pleasant combination of massage and beauty treatments to bring out the best you in a relaxing yet stimulating environment. Treatments are available for the whole body, or for targeted areas like the face and neck, or cellulite therapy, for example. Beauty treatments include waxing, make up, manicure/pedicure, and hair styling. Services are also available in the privacy of your room.
A wide variety of sea sports are on tap for you at Super Paradise Suites.
These include Jet-ski, sea sofa riding, rings, flyboard, parasailing water skiing, wakeboarding, stand up paddle boarding, and canoeing.
In the Area
Mykonos is by any measure the most stimulating of the islands of the Aegean, 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.
Super Paradise Beach, Mykonos 846 00
+30 22890 253-50
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