Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Syracuse, New York
Posted Jul 1, 2014
Pros: The staff was great. The receptionist gave us directions, answered any question we had about the island, scooter rental, sight seeing & activities.
Cons: The breakfast included coffee, juice, cereal, milk, cheeses, meat, fresh home made bread & home made jam. Adding eggs and yogurt would improve it.
Location: Perfect location, easy bus ride to Mykonos town for dinner, drinks, sightseeing. The beach has 2 restaurants on it one is self serve with great food.
Nice hotel on the beach. Psarou Beach is the nicest beach on the island of Mykonos. Psarou Beach Hotel is located behind a beach restaurant. All you have to do is walk out of the hotel and take the paved walk way to the soft, white sand of a beach in a cove. No waves, clear water and beatiful view. The bartender was very nice and served us the best wine.
for Familiesby Spiros from Australia
Great l;ocation. Friendly Staff. Family businessPosted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent stay. Great location, friendly service from family run business. Overall very enjoyable, only meters from the beach and central on the island minutes to paradise beaches and central town. Easy parking. free wifi. It's got the Lot !!!! Staying is a must .. Tell Manoli : Spiros from Australia sent you and he'll look after you more :)
Recommendedby The traveling man
For College KidsPosted Sep 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
Located behind Psauro Beach is Psauro Hotel. If you are familiar with Psauro Beach you will know it is absolutely beautiful. Also, located on the beach is Nammos restaurant. This place puts out some of the best Greek food on the Island. Traditional food reborn to please the more sophisticated pallete. A bit expensive, but delicious none-the-less. You might ask why am I mentioning the beach and the restaurant. To put it simply, Hotel Psauro does not deserve to share in the same real-estate. Fitted for the spring break crowd, the rooms were extremely small, dirtied with stains of dead mosquitoes all over the walls and a bathroom that leaves you inches to move. Our booking was promised with views of the mountains and the ocean, when all we got were forgotten dirty underwear and a bunch of overgrown bush. The breakfast was nothing more than some bread you had to slice yourself and what looked like to be days old cold cuts that were not worthy of a homeless shelter. Our host and possibly the owner with his lacksy-daisy attitude had a joke for everything you asked for. This guy took nothing serious. This is should have been a sign of things to come. Hopefully he reads this review and now realizes the real joke is the hotel itself.
for Everyoneby Max from Gloucester, UK
Solid hotelPosted Sep 6, 2012
Pros: View, staff, peaceful, intimate feel. Room decor.
Cons: Breakfast but not really an issue. Booking taxis was never easy
Location: Walking anywhere from the hotel other than the beach is a nightmare. No mini market close by. However, tucked away right on a gorgeous beach.
Ideal location right on a great beach (if a little crowded). Man running the hotel was kind and the funniest person we came across. Room had a great view. Breakfast was primitive to say the least. Small bathroom and balcony but decent. Very comfy beds. Hotel bus into town at night was handy.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Melbourne, Australia
WONDERFUL PLACE, GREAT LOCATION AND EXTREMELY HELPFUL STAFFPosted Oct 5, 2010
Stayed here for 6 nights, it was the best place that we stayed in Greece. 30 Minute walk along the coast to Paradise beach, close to public transport however the owner takes you into the main part of town at 7.30 pm each night free of charge. Psarou Beach is only 10 metres away from the hotel (one of the best beaches in Mykonos). Staff are extremely helpful with any questions you have, there is also a little shop out front if you want to save money on lunch and snacks.