• Panoramic view of the Aegean Sea
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Located at Elia beach

The Royal sits above the action of Elia, jewel of Myconian beaches. Parasols and private sunbeds with a view await, serviced by the beach bar. And if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, the experienced instructors of an independent contractor can introduce you to an impressive complement of watersports, which include kayaking, windsurfing, waterskiing, parasailing, wakeboarding, as well as scuba diving. The equipment includes water-skiing, air-nautique and a parachute boat, as well as six 4-stroke Yamaha jet skis. Professional PADI instructors are available to guide divers on underwater journeys.

The coastline and marine life can be explored by boat tours. Ferries depart from the town harbor to neighbouring islands, among which the nearby Delos that rates as one of the most significant archaeological sites in the Mediterranean.

Free shuttle bus to Mykonos town

You can have the best of both worlds, enjoying the calm of the Royal and the serene beauty of Elia, and yet find yourself in the thick of Mykonos town by taking a short ride on our luxury shuttle. Our complimentary service leaves at regular intervals throughout the day from a central hub and is available well into the night for guests who are the life of the legendary party scene.

Getting here

Complimentary arrival and departure transfers (to and from the Mykonos seaport or airport) in air conditioned mini-buses are offered for all bookings made directly on the hotel’s official website.

By Air

Mykonos is easily accessible. Many international airlines operate through Athens, with direct connections out of London (Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton) and seasonal flights out of Zurich, Frankfurt, Milan, Rome, Munich and Barcelona, to name a few. The flight from Athens to Mykonos takes a mere thirty-five minutes.

By Ferry

Daily connections operate to and from the Athenian mainland ports of Piraeus and Rafina, as well as the Cycladic islands of Tinos, Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Andros and Amorgos. There are frequent connections to other gems of the Aegean such as Crete (Heraklion) and Samos, and the Dodecanese islands of Astypalaia, Kos and Rhodes.


Mykonos is an ideal year-round getaway. A typical Mediterranean climate means mild winters and long dry summers, perpetual sunshine, clear blue skies and occasional winds. Temperatures in July and August reach 32°C to 35°C.