Myconian Collection Hotels & Resorts is a collection of ten family-run luxury hotels on Mykonos and welcomes you with a wide range of unusual hotel concepts in three beautiful locations on the Cyclades island. Each of the hotels captivates with its own personality, individual design and lifestyle concepts as well as a wide variety of rooms, suites and villas. Myconian Collection was founded in 1979 by George and Elefteria Daktylides and is today managed by their four sons Panos, Marcos, Vangelis and Marios.
Located at idyllic Elia Beach in the south of the island, known for its fine sandy beach and crystal clear water, there are six hotel jewels of the collection: Myconian Utopia Relais & Châteaux, trendy Myconian Avaton as well as the luxurious Myconian Villa Collection and the two Leading Hotels of the World, Myconian Imperial and Myconian Royal. The newest property, Panoptis Escape, member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, will be open from May 2020. All hotels offer breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea from their hillside location and spectacular pool decks and terraces.
Further south on the island, there is another Relais & Châteaux member of the collection, the Myconian Ambassador. Decorated with contemporary elegance, it is situated on a hillside overlooking the beautiful bay of Platis Gialos - the pearl in the collection of famous beaches, in the immediate vicinity of Psarou, Agia Anna and Paranga, making it the perfect starting point for conquering the island's hippest beach clubs.
Located in Mykonos town, overlooking the famous windmills, is the place of origin of the family business. The first hotel of the collection was built here in 1979. Today, three 5* star hotels - the Myconian Korali, Naia and Kyma with a view over the city are enthroned at this location.
Mit ihrer mykenischen Herkunft und Herzlichkeit begrüßt die Besitzerfamilie ihre Gäste stets mit einem höchsten Maß an Gastfreundschaft und Aufmerksamkeit und kreiert für alle Gäste ein außerordentliches und herzliches Erlebnis, zu Gast auf “ihrer Insel”.