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The Cyclades Hotels

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

  • Cavo Tagoo, Mykonos

    Cavo Tagoo

Pros

  • Modulated luxury
  • Beautiful view
  • Alluring Mykonos style
  • Ladies love the fancy spa

Cons

  • A 12-minute walk to town

Updated 09/08/2014

Fodor's Review

Many consider this to be the top hotel in Mykonos for luxuriousness, service, and comfort. Completely redesigned in 2009, it climbs the hill over the bay in sensuous white curves, with natural projecting rock on the winding path to the guest rooms. The two public pools (one a 38-foot-long infinity) and many private pools make it feel island-aqueous and give it all a lovely "barefoot chic" feeling. More water is on tap in the pool bar where a 43-foot-long aquarium comes

stocked with sharks (PETA-lovers, beware). The all-white guest rooms—the furniture splashes some blue, pink, and gold—have palm-leaf futons, plasma TVs, Jacuzzis bathtubs, and terraces facing sea and sunset. Longtime manager Tasos Didimiotis keeps it all gracious.

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Hotel Award Winner | 2011

Hotel Information

Address:

Ayios Stefanos, Mykonos, 84600, Greece

Phone:

22890-20100

Website: www.cavotagoo.gr

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Nov.–Apr..
  • 51 rooms, 18 suites, 11 villas
  • Breakfast

Updated 09/08/2014

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Fodorite Reviews

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By James

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Jul 7, 2006

Cavo Tagoo & Mykonos, too.

This place was a hoot. Our room was dazzlingly white (the only color you will find in this ultra-modern, South Beach-inspired hotel), but not quite finished (no draperies, balky light switches. And a strange touch: a window in the bathroom facing the main room, which was spacious. Small balcony overlooking workmen re-soding the lawn (some rooms have their own private pool). Nevertheless, we loved it. It's a walk to town on a well-traveled road,

so suggest a car. Someday, this hotel will be featured in a movie. No need for color. B&W will do.

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By Diane

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Aug 12, 2002

Not at all what I expected

Stayed here a couple of years ago after looking at their website. Stayed one night, and only because we checked in late in the evening. Reception at the front desk was uncaring. We were shown three rooms before accepting one. Did not like the dark room, the location, nor the attitude. We happily checked into Petasos Beach Hotel, at a lower cost, and had a wonderful four night stay there.

By Richard

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Jul 18, 2002

Booked three nights, stayed one!

Need I say more. The food was poor, rock music at the pool was not too relaxing and they didn't tell you about the road between the pool and the sea. Nice looking place with cool architecture but couldn't stay there.

By Thomas

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Oct 8, 2001

Rude Reception...we left

We left the hotel after been so casually and rather unpleasantly treated at the front desk on check-in. We inspected the room, saw that it was not at all special considering the price, and left to check into the Santa Maria where we had a fabulous suite and superb service. We received no acknowledgement to our subsequent letter to the General Manager of Cavo Tagoo, so obviously the management there doesn't give a damn about customer satisfaction

either.

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