Best hotels and hostels in Hora (Mykonos)

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    Mykonos Town Suites

    This hidden complex of bright, high-beamed studios and whole houses (the largest sleeping six in two bedrooms) makes for a splendid choice. Each has a well-equipped kitchen and sunny outdoor space. There's no staffed reception; directions will be provided when you book.

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    Portobello Boutique Hotel

    In an elevated location on the edge of Hora, overlooking a ruined windmill, this welcoming hotel is a prime sunset-viewing spot. The delicious breakfast includes homemade yoghurt, and the obliging staff are more than happy to help you plan your stay.

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    Hotel Rochari

    Founded in 1976 by the present managers' parents, this well-established hotel has more than kept up with the times. Quietly stylish, it offers comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast spreads, attentive staff and an irresistible swimming pool. It's on the main peripheral road, just up the hill from the centre, so the free transfers will drop you right to the door.

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    Belvedere Hotel

    Effortlessly chic but extravagantly expensive, the Belvedere offers charming service, a first-class on-site restaurant (taken over in summer by culinary superstar Nobu Matsuhisa) and a magazine-worthy pool area. It's the kind of place where cocktails cost the equivalent of a nice meal and the honeymoon room has its own private plunge pool.

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    Bill & Coo Suites & Lounge

    Consisting of 32 luxuriously styled suites overlooking the dramatic infinity pool, this intimate boutique hotel unashamedly woos romancing couples. The on-site gourmet restaurant crafts multicourse seasonal menus, the spa offers an extensive range of treatments and the personalised service is among the best on the island.

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    Pension Joanna

    Veteran traveller Kostas used to run neighbouring Hotel Lefteris, but has moved directly next door and now owns this striking white-and-plum complex of apartments, each sleeping four to six people. The decor is no-frills but comfy, and there's a roof terrace.

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    Mykonos Bay Hotel

    Sitting right on the Megali Ammos Beach, 10 minutes' walk south of Mykonos Town, this appealing, whitewashed hotel curves around a saltwater pool, with outdoor whirlpool tubs and risqué art in some of the rooms and suites.

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    Carbonaki Hotel

    This family-run boutique hotel is a pleasant garden oasis with bright but comfortable rooms (of various price categories). Some open directly onto the sunny central courtyard, with its Jacuzzi and tiny plunge pool.

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    With-Inn

    On a hillside between the New and Old Port, this friendly guesthouse consists of nine spotless rooms. Price includes an excellent cooked breakfast, and free pickups and drop-offs. Hora is a 20-minute walk away.

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    Semeli Hotel

    Expansive grounds, a glamorous restaurant terrace and swimming pool, and dozens of stylish, contemporary rooms combine to make this one of Mykonos’ loveliest top-end hotels. It's open nearly all year, too.

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    Fresh

    In the heart of town, with a lush and leafy garden and highly regarded on-site restaurant, Kalita, Fresh has compact and stylishly minimalist rooms with a bit of design attitude.

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    Andriani's Guest House

    This clutch of typical Cycladic rooms and studios sits a short but steep walk from the heart of Hora. Relax after your exertions in the peaceful garden.

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    Hotel Matina

    Run by the delightful Maria, this small hotel basks in the lush greenery of its garden. The cheery rooms are spick and span and livened up with colourful photo prints. Your hostess goes out of her way to be helpful, with plenty of local knowledge and tips. Mind you don't get bumped into the associated pension (shared bathrooms).

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    MyCocoon

    A lot of thought has gone into this stylish hostel including custom-made bunks, which are like Cycladic houses in miniature, allowing dorm dwellers some privacy. The 46-person dorm is tightly packed, though, and it's extremely pricy for a hostel but, hey, this is Mykonos, baby! It's a block from the Old Port.

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    Lefteris Hotel & Apartments

    A bougainvillea draped entrance leads to pristine, compact rooms and a warm welcome at this 10-room and three-apartment guesthouse, established by the current owner’s grandfather in the 1970s. The individually styled rooms have TVs and air-con, and there’s a roof terrace with views.

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    Pension Kalogera

    Aggeliki, the kind and hospitable owner of this pension, runs a simple, clean and super-central place and is a wealth of information. She also restores faith that the town is not out to squeeze every last dollar of your beer money. Expect massive price reductions outside of high season.

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    Rania Apartments

    In a lovely garden setting, these charming rooms and self-catering apartments are well appointed and quiet. The location high above the harbour means a short but sweaty uphill walk from town.

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    Mykonos Hoteliers Association

    This booking service lists properties on its website and will help you find a room if you arrive without a booking.