The Leto Hotel, Mykonos, Greece: The Lowdown!



If you’re looking for a classy, clean, four-star centrally-located hotel in Mykonos Town, look no further than the Leto Hotel. The Leto is so central in fact, that you , will find a small beach just outside the entrance gates.
Once inside those gates, you feel as if you have stumbled into a beautifully landscaped secret garden.


Beyond the entryway, you come to an airy, bright lobby. There you will find the reception desk, a concierge desk and a seating area (pictured below) with a full screen television which displays all the hotel info you need for your stay, in between regular television programming.


Upon arriving to our room, a chilled bottle of Rodotis Sauvignon Blanc, welcomed my party.
Sipping  on the dry, crisp wine is a great way to start out your  first evening in Mykonos.


Take a look at what your room will look like (See below). The room features a king-sized bed with white-washed walls, light-colored wooden furniture and Thonet-inspired chairs.  Scenes of the island’s coast and labyrinthine streets feature prominently in the art displayed on the walls. On the upper part of the wall, you will find the room’s AC unit. It comes in handy if you visit during July and August when temperatures can reach into the 80s and 90s in Farenheit.

While relaxing, you can log onto the hotel’s high-speed Wifi or turn on the flat-screen TV to watch cable programming. The hotel also has a computer available for guests to use. So, if you are a person who won’t need your laptop at your fingertips, leave it at home! If you bring it, you can sit at a marble-covered desk while you look at spreadsheets,  post photos to Instagram or write status updates on Facebook about your “Great Greek Getaway.”

In the ample, full bathroom, you will find luscious, mostly natural bath products from the Korres line, including Citrus shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and body milk.


After taking a bath, you might want to step out onto your balcony and have a seat at your bistro table and chairs. There, you can take in the ocean view.

After relaxing in your room, you may want to get a bit of exercise. There’s no on-site gym. But, you may want to do some laps in the hotel’s salt water pool.

You may want to squeeze in pre-emptive exercise. When you see the buffet breakfast served from 7:30 to 10:30 AM, you’ll want to gobble down sausage, scrambled eggs and bacon.
Leto Hotel Sausage Eggs Bacon Mykonos
You will probably want to try roasted potatoes and sauteed mushrooms.
Make sure to try the freshly cut seasonal fruit.
You can even get a made-to-order omelettes.
Omelette Mykonos Leto Hotel
You can wrap up breakfast with a variety of pastries.
Hotel Leto Pastry at Breakfast Mykonos Greece
If you don’t get enough to eat at breakfast, you can always check out the on-site restaurants: Natura (open 12-7pm) and Kiku (open 7pm-1am)
So, there are plenty of on-site dining options. But, if you’re a person wants a bathrobe with your room, the Leto may not be for you. No robes are provided.
Or, if you want a taxi to drop you off at your door, you’re out of luck.
The Leto is located in a pedestrian area.
To catch a taxicab, you will have to walk about a block uphill to the taxi stand.
Pro Tip: To avoid the largest crowds, the highest temperatures and the highest prices, head to Mykonos in mid-to-late September, October or November!
That’s the Lowdown!
For a great meal at a nearby restaurant in Mykonos, check out the links below:



One thought on “The Leto Hotel, Mykonos, Greece: The Lowdown!

We welcome your feedback. Please leave a reply!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.