Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Only when you book with Chic
Nestled in the hills above the peaceful Kanalia village, Mykonos No5 is the perfect resort for those looking to escape the more frenetic parts of the island. The traditional Cycladic architecture - whitewashed walls, sandy-coloured local stone - creates a sense of connection to the surrounding landscape that encourages blissful relaxation. There’s two outdoor swimming pools with views over the glittering waters of the Aegean, and the helpful team at Mykonos No5 will ensure your every need is catered for, from suggesting the best local beaches to arranging a pampering massage in your room.
With a laid-back, barefoot-chic vibe, Mykonos No5 is the ideal spot to kick back and unwind in the beautiful surroundings of Mykonos.
The hotel restaurant serves a laid-back menu of light bites, salads and Mediterranean specialities throughout the day in the al fresco dining area or out on the terrace overlooking the sea. In the evening, the restaurant is transformed into a chic cocktail bar, the perfect place for a sundowner.
The accommodation has a chic minimalist décor that fits in well with the hotel’s traditional aesthetic. Many of the rooms have private balconies overlooking the sea below, the perfect place to enjoy a coffee in the morning while watching the sun rise above the bay. Some of the suites are equipped with small kitchenettes or fully-equipped kitchens, useful for those that want the independence to book for themselves. Some suites and villas come with private plunge-pools.
There are plenty of comfortable loungers that are perfect for basking under the island’s clear blue sky, and the two outdoor pools are great for a refreshing splash during the midday heat.
The hotel is located in a quieter part of Mykonos, but it’s only a short drive to the main town. Meander the charming waterfront streets of Little Venice, or pick up something at the fashion boutiques of Matogianni street. For an alternative adventure, book a tour to Delos island; thought by the Ancient Greeks to be the birthplace of Apollo, it is home to one of the most remarkable sites in classical antiquity.