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Hermes Mykonos Hotel | 4**** Hotel in Mykonos Town [Chora]

Hermes Mykonos Hotel is situated in a quiet, unspoiled and picturesque area, 5 minutes from Mykonos Town [Chora]. The breathtaking scenery of the white-washed houses that enjoy a sensational view to the sea and the surrounding islands blends harmoniously with the arched emerald pool, easing the senses and offering utter relaxation beneath the clear Greek sky. 

 
The simple shapes are enhanced with the gentle touch of the traditional architecture, while the soft colors which are inspired by the surrounding scenery mingle perfectly with the vitality of the glowing sun and the sparkle of the deep blue sea. 
 
The epitome of comfort and luxury, the unlimited view of the crystal Aegean sea, the whisper of the sea breeze, the beauty of the scenery that surrounds Hermes Mykonos Hotel, are the most unique elements that guarantee a memorable stay.

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ROOMS

 
Guests at Hermes Mykonos Hotel enjoy courteous and personalized services, under the supervision of the staff and owners who personally oversee every little detail that can make the guest's stay as comfortable as it gets. Hermes Mykonos Hotel combines the highest standards of pure Mykonian hospitality and high-end amenities, redefining the island's hospitality as we know it today.
 
The breathtaking views provide our guests with an excellent place to enjoy the sun and experience a relaxing holiday within the privacy of an exclusive guest area.
 
This hotel features 37 traditionally designed guestrooms, painted in white colors and decorated with patterned fabrics, marbles and wood furnishings of the finest quality, thus incorporating the meaning of quality, elegance and comfort.
  • Individually Controlled Air-Condition / Heating
  • Bathtubs
  • Satellite TV
  • Mini Fridge
  • Safety Deposit Box / In-room Safe
  • Music
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • International Direct Dial Telephone
  • Wake-Up Call Service
  • Private Balcony or Terrace with Sea or Garden View
  • Daily Housekeeping Service
  • Various Business Services

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AMENITIES

Hotel Facilities:
  • Open Air, Fresh Water Swimming Pool
  • "Archipelagos" Pool Bar
  • "Hermes" Lounge Bar
  • TV Lounge
  • Room Service
  • Private Parking Lot [open air]
  • Arrival / Departure Transfer [upon request]
  • 24-Hours Front Desk
  • Ramps / Facilities for Disabled
Recreational Services:
  • Fitness & Water Sports Information
  • Leisure Activities
  • Sightseeing Recommendations & Bookings
Other Services:
  • Doctor / Nurse [on-call 24-hours / upon request]
  • Flower Arrangements
  • Car / Bike Rental
  • Business Services

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USEFUL MYKONIAN INFO & TIPS

How to reach Mykonos; BY SHIP.
There is daily connection from the two ports of Attiki, Piraeus and Rafina. Piraeus port is 94 nm from Mykonos and the trip takes around 5 hours with regular boats or 3 hrs with Catamarans, while Rafina is 71 nm from Mykonos and high speed boats take only 2.5 hours to reach the island. There are also regular connections with Syros, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Andros, Crete (Heraklion), Amorgos, Astypalaia, Kos, Rhodes, Samos. Less regular connections are with Ikaria, Serifos, Sifnos, Thessaloniki, Kalymnos and Nisiros.
There are three ports on the island. The old port near Chora, the new port 10 km north, in the area of Tourlos where catamarans dock and a third port, dedicated to the connections with Delos.
 
Useful phone numbers:
  • 'Strintzis Lines' Rafina: tel. +30 22940 23150
  • Hellenic Seaways' Rafina: tel. +30 22940 24660
  • 'Aqua Lines' Rafina: tel. +30 22940 23300
  • Port Authority: Mykonos, tel. +30 22890 22218, Piraeus, tel. +30 210 4226000-4, +30 210 4593140, +30 210 4593150, Rafina, tel. +30 22940 22300, Thessaloniki, tel. +30 2310 531505
  • Ship Itineraries Call Centre: tel. 1440
  • KTEL (Regional Buses): Attica, Athens, tel. +30 210 821 0872, +30 210 823 0007, Rafina, tel. 22940 23440
How to reach Mykonos; BY AIR.
Mykonos airport is located 4 km from the town and it can be reached by bus or taxi. The flight from Athens International Aiport EL VENIZELOS is 35 - 40 min. long.
 
Useful phone numbers:
  • Olympic Air: Call centre +30 22890 22327 / 22890 22490 / 22890 22495, Info: 801 11 44444, +30 210 966 6666, http://www.olympicair.com
  • Aegean Airlines: Call centre +30 22890 28720 / 22890 28721, Info: 801 11 20000, +30 210 626 1000, www.aegeanair.com
  • International Airport El. Venizelos, Athens, tel. +30 210 3530000, www.aia.gr
Local Transportation
 
1. Local Busses: There are 3main starting points.
 
    • Starting Point 1: From Aghios Fokas- Fabrika square to Platys Gialos, Psarou, Paradise, Paragka, Ornos, Aghios Ioannis (time 15 min - tkts €1,60).
    • Starting Point 2: From OTE behind the Archaeological Museum to Ano Mera (time 20' - tkt €1,60), Kalafati, Elia (time 30' - tkt €1,90).
    • Starting Point 3: Old Port to new Tourlos Port and Aghios Stefanos (time 5' - tkts €1,60)
 
Tickets are sold at mini markets, tobacco shops, tourist shops), at the automatic machines at the Starting Points and at the hotels. KTEL tel: +30 22890 23360, +30 22890 26797, www.ktelmykonos.gr
 
2. Taxi: There are 2 taxi stands, one in the central square of Chora, Mando Mavrogenous and the second, in the bus starting point for the southern beaches, at Fabrika area. There are no taxi meters. The rates are fixed for each destination/ itinerary on the island.
 
Tel. 24/7: +30 22890 23700, +30 22890 22400. 
 
Google Maps Coordinates
Latitude : 37.444968
Longitude : 25.333303
 
GPS Coordinates
Latitude : N 37 26.698
Longitude : E 25 19.998

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MYKONOS

Mykonos Island. An island for all and for all tastes
Mykonos belongs to the Cycladic Island cluster, covers an area of 85,48 m² and enjoys 81 km of coastline and unique beauty spots that make it one true island paradise for holidays. It is a typically Cycladic island, with a mostly barren and dry landscape, dotted with small or larger bays, quaint little villages and seaside resorts. Well known as the “party island of the elite”, Mykonos has been in the top holiday list of the celebrities for more than 60 years.
The unique combination of the extreme opposites is its strongest asset. There is no other place where one can enjoy the perfect mix and match of the past and the present, the morning serenity and the evening wild nightlife, the quaint landscapes and the high-end resorts, the traditional tavernas and the gourmet restaurants… Mykonos is a place where you can do everything – sightseeing, walking, trekking, swimming, diving, sailing- or just nothing. You can relax and unwind at the beach and finish the day sipping a cocktail at the privacy of your hotel or you can party all day and all night long, until the early morning hours.
 
That is why it is an island for everyone, for all people and for all tastes!
 
Mykonos is widely known for its sandy beaches, among which the most known are Megali Ammos, Ftelia, Kalafatis and Korfos, which are ideal for windsurfing, due to high winds. Also, Platys Gialos, an organized beach with golden sand, Psarou and Elia, meeting point of the elit and celebrities, Ornos, which is packed with yachts and sunseekers and Kalo Livadi, a popular and organized beach. Those who want to enjoy the sun but also be away from the crowds, opt for Aghia Anna, Agrari, Foko, Mersini and the secluded Kapari. Naturalists choose Paradise and Super Paradise while nudism is also allowed in the end of Panormos beach, in Elia and Paragka.
 
Mykonos gets high scores as far as entertainment concerned, with numerous bars and lounge clubs, which attract all sorts of fans and clubbers for endless dancing and partying. From the beach bars [Tropicana Beach Bar, Sol Y Mar, Ammos] to the night clubs and bars [Pierros, Ramrod, Caprice, Semeli, Scandinavian Bar], the choices are endless and the fun is guaranteed.
 
Mykonos is also ideal for short island tours, with most notable the Museum-Island of Delos, but also can be used as a starting point for island hopping, to nearby Syros, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Sifnos, Serifos islands, which can also be visited on day tours.
 
Endless beaches – hopping & perfect sea settings
The possibilities are endless and cater to all tastes. The western beaches are occupied by Tourlos and Aghios Stefanos villages. However, the best are to be found in the south part of the island, well protected from the northern winds [meltemia]. Megali Ammos, Ftelia and Korfos beaches are ideal for windsurfing, due to high winds. Those seeking more crowded beaches, head for Platys Gialos [an organized beach with golden sand], Psarou [one of the best and more popular on the island, meeting point of the elit and celebrities], Elia [a cosmopolitan, fully organized sandy beach],
Ornos [filled with yachts and sunseekers], Aghios Ioannis [an organized beach facing Delos], Kalo Livadi [a popular and organized beach], Aghia Anna [with sunbeds but quiet], Kalafatis [awarded with a Blue Flag, a sports and windsurfing paradise], and the still quaint Paragka, which attracts the young and restless. Naturalists choose Paradise and Super Paradise while nudism is also allowed in the end of Panormos beach, in Elia and Paragka. For those who vote for quieter beaches, Agrari [with its golden sand and the clear blue waters], Foko, Mersini, the secluded Kapari and the spotless beach of Aghios Sostis are a must.

From Platys Gialos and Ornos you can take the boat to Paragka, Super Paradise, Paradise, Elia, Agrari, Platys Gialos, Psarou. [Association of boatmen Platis Yalos “Agios Artemios”, tel. [22890 22032]

Local tastes and all - night fun
You can start your gourmet tours by tasting local delicacies in the traditional taverns and finish at high end fusion restaurants with more exclusive dining. We suggest that you stick to tradition or, at least not leave the island without tasting its local specialties: onion pies with trovoli cheese, snails with red sauce or rice, mackerel with capers, sea urchins with sauce vinegrette, scallops, mussels, kopanisti and xynotyro [2 local cheeses], marathokeftedes, spaghetti with garlic, asparagus with eggs and fried green tomatoes, aromatic mykonian louza [Dry, salted pork fillet].
For desert, try honey pies, with trovolia cheese and honey baked on pastry, pasteli, a specialty made with sesame seed and almond confectionery, local soumada drink, made from almonds.

Mykonos gets high scores as far as entertainment concerned, with numerous bars and lounge clubs, which attract all sorts of fans and clubbers for endless dancing, all day and all night long.

From the beach bars [Tropicana Beach Bar, Solymar, Ammos] to the night clubs and bars [Pierros, Ramrod, Caprice, Semeli, Scandinavian Bar], the choices are endless and fun guaranteed.

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CHORA

The cosmopolitan flair and the vibrant pulse are the main characteristics of Mykonos Town [Chora], which is the centre of nightlife of this majestic island. Within 24 hours it can change many facets, catering to all tastes and all ages. It is a quaint, colourful town, “decorated” with fantastic small neighbourhoods, cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses, while the colours of bougainvillea and geraniums and the aroma of basil and spearmint fill the atmosphere.

Walking around the quaint areas, with the numerous blue-domed whitewashed small churches, the quaint windmills, the port with its colourful fishing boats that line side by side with mega yachts, tourists are filled with beautiful images of a settlement that has managed to keep its traditional features intact, while at the same time remains in the top list as one of the best tourist destinations worldwide.

Chora spreads along the west island coast, lying in the middle of a large gulf, formed by Tourlos and Agios Stefanos bay on the north and Korfos bay and Diakofti peninsula on the south. A tour of the town should include the commercial street Matogianni, with famous stores, galleries and jewelleries, the busy squares of Mando Mavrogenous, Tria Pigadia and Lakka, the Windmills in the small hill on the southeastern part of Chora and undoubtedly, one of the most scenic areas of Mykonos, Alefkandra or Little Venice, with the 18th- century mansions and their colourful balconies hanging above the waves.

In the early morning, try a walking tour in the quiet, still sleepy town. Then, continue for a swim and a picnic at one of the famous beaches such as Kalafati, Elia and Kalo Livadi, which are not far from Mykonos Town [Chora] and just a short distance from Hermes Mykonos Hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a Greek coffee along with local delicacies at Venetia and later on, in the evening, just party all night long, sipping cocktails at the fancy bars and night clubs for which Mykonos is so famous of.

Must - visit areas

  • Archaeological Museum: it hosts a large collection of vessels especially represented of Cycladic ceramics dating from the Geometric period until the 6th cent. B.C., wonderful black figure and red figure pottery and diverse finds, including Hellenistic period gravestones and other sculpture. Open 8:30 a.m to 3:00 p.m, daily except Monday and major public holidays. [tel.: +30 22890 – 22 325]
  • Mykonos Folklore Museum: It is located in the Kastro of Mykonos town, in an old, two-storey, captain’s house. Six main exhibition halls house collections of antique furniture, Byzantine icons, Folkloric ceramics, historical commemorative plates, decorative prints and gravures, embroidered and hard-woven fabrics, locks and keys, weights and measures, a lovely collection of model boats, historical artifacts, manuscripts and printed matter, photographs, maps and a significant library. Open from April to October 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. daily except Sundays. [tel.: +30 22890 – 22591]
  • Agricultural Museum: It is located in the edge of the town at Ano Mili and it is an outdoor museum, which presents the traditional Mykonian agricultural installation used for the production and processing of farm products [the threshing floor, the well, the oven, wine-press, etc.]. The museums centerpiece is the Boni Windmill, which is in full working order and may be visited from June to September daily, 4:00-8:00 p.m. [tel.: +30 22890 – 26246]
  • Lena's House: It is a charmingly preserved, authentic 19th century Mykonian middle-class dwelling, which is completely furnished and equipped with antique furniture and house utensils. Open evenings, except Sundays, from April to October, 6:30p.m. to 9:30p.m. [tel.: +30 22890 – 22390]
  • Aegean Maritime Museum: It is located at the area Three Wells, next door to Lena’s House and displays scale models of various rowing boats, sailing vessels and steam-powered ships, a rich collection of maps and other engravings, as well as a collection of reproductions of ancient gravestones, carved with sea-themes. Open, April to October, daily, 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and evenings from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.. [tel.: +30 22890 – 22 700]

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Hermes Mykonos Hotel Hotel
Mykonos Town [Chora], 84600 Mykonos | Cyclades - Greece
t: +30 22890 24242, +30 22890 25369, +30 22890 22802
f: +30 211 7704545
info@mykonoshermes.com

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