This sprawling waterfront resort is an excellent choice for a luxurious beach and pool break.
This picturesque retreat's setting, overlooking Ayios Yiannis Beach – known as Shirley Valentine beach after the movie that was filmed there – and the sacred island of Delos, is one of the best. Attendants are on hand to cater for your every need, allowing you to laze back on comfortable loungers under shady parasols, and to keep the peace, you won't find any motorised watersports on this part of the beach.
Even the dining experience here is an opulent one. Dolphins of Delos has panoramic sea views in clean and crisp al fresco surroundings. All herbs are sourced from the hotel garden and produce is local. The wine list is extensive and there’s something to accompany every dish. Aqua e Sole Restaurant serves fresh, seasonal cuisine by the poolside, and the cool, minimalist White Bar has a spectacular outdoor terrace that's the perfect spot for drinks before a night out in Mykonos Town.
Rooms are set along cobbled paths, housed in the cube-shaped white-washed buildings typical of Cycladic architecture. Recently refurbished, the Premium Garden View Rooms have a more modern design with splashes of rich colour and are on the ground floor with a terrace. Premium Sea View Rooms have a touch of classic romance, with canopied beds and marble bathrooms. Suites have a separate living room, free standing bath and terrace with sea views. For access to your own pool, opt for a spacious Suite with Private Pool.
In 5-acre gardens up a steep hill from Ayios Yiannis Beach close to Ornos Bay, opposite the sacred island of Delos and a 10-minute drive from Mykonos Town
Good to know
Minimum age is 13 01-24 Aug. Minimum stay: 3 nights.
96 rooms and suites
• Take a boat trip to the island of Delos, birthplace of Apollo*.
2 restaurants, 2 bars
Breakfast at Dolphins of Delos Restaurant.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board from £66 • Breakfast and dinner at Dolphins of Delos Restaurant.
*Denotes local charge