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Royal Myconian HotelA gracious 5-star resort overlooking Elia...

Royal Myconian Hotel

A gracious 5-star resort overlooking Elia beach, Royal Myconian boasts a fabulous thalassotherapy spa, two Mediterranean restaurants, and a couple of trendy bars, perfect for sundowners or ice-cold cocktails by the pool.

Facing the cobalt blue Aegean Sea, its elegant rooms fuse chic contemporary design with Cycladic sensibilities, offering guests a sleek, serene spot to relax at the end of the day.

For the ultimate in luxurious comfort, book a room with private open-air Jacuzzi, or splurge on an exclusive suite with its own infinity pool adorned with spellbinding Mykonos vistas.

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