Concierge.com's insider take:
This 52-room retro pad right next door to the famous windmills and "Little Venice" evokes the 1960s—when Mykonos was a key jet-set party town and Ari and Jackie were regular visitors—thanks to an original structure by Greece's premier architect of that decade, Aris Kostantinidis. Inside there are walls of rough stone, turquoise and tangerine paintwork, Hessian drapes and op art prints, as well as space-age tables, and bucket chairs. Despite the lack of beach (there's a big pool) and dearth of views from the cheaper rooms, it's still a thoroughly hip place to stay.
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