The Elysium Exclusive Gay Hotel lies in Mykonos Town and affords spectacular panoramic views out over the historic town and the sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea. The standard rooms come fully equipped with a bathroom a minibar/ fridge a hire safe a direct dial telephone satellite/ cable TV a stereo a balcony or terrace and an Internet connection. The air conditioning in the rooms is individually regulated. Each of the luxury rooms additionally has a king-size bed and a fully installed PC complete with web camera. This recently renovated and air-conditioned hotel comprises a total of 42 rooms. There is also a bar a restaurant and a TV room available. A laundry service is on offer and a car park is available to guests arriving by car. Affording traditional Mykonian architecture this hotel is especially gay friendly. In the outdoor complex guests will find a swimming pool and a poolside snack bar. A fully equipped gym an elaborate spa area with Jacuzzi hydromassage steam bath and dry sauna also feature within the hotel. Guests may select their breakfast from a buffet.
My husband and I stayed at the Elysium for a week, it was definitely a fun place to stay, especially for our first time in Mykonos. Staff was very friendly and helpful, pretty good free breakfast every morning, and a show/party at the pool bar every night. Its a great place to easily step out of your room at 9-10pm and meet lots of people who come to Elysium bar even if they are not staying at the hotel. Overall, everything was great.
Great pool area with lovely view.
Bathrooms not up to scratch, but adequate.
the staff were very friendly and the location was excellent
price of food/drink was excessive, would have used the hotel for food/drink if the costs were reduced a little.
Very Friendly staff
The light in the bathroom is very dim; lack of a full lenght mirror; mattresses was a bit "hard"
The price, some of the staff
The hotel was fine, not outstanding, but very over-priced. I thought for the price paid, for the room, all the additional facilities such as internet, gym etc should have been free.