So unless you've been living under a rock for the good majority of 12 months (or in the unlikely event that you just don't have Instagram), by now you'll be well aware that the Greek island of Mykonos is one of the 'must see' travel destinations for this year. Its white cobbled streets covered in flora are a photographers dream, and as someone who had previously only made it to Mykonos for a whopping grand total of 7 hours on the trip from hell last time I visited; I always knew I'd grab any opportunity to return with both hands - properly this time!
It's perched within the Aegean sea and I'd probably describe it as a livelier version of Santorini. It's small and easy to explore, meaning you'll probably be spending a good amount of time at your accommodation - so it's important to pick somewhere just right for you.
Whenever I visit Greece, I always lean towards accommodation that is my idea of 'typically Greek'. That usually consists of white washed walls, modern yet traditional, a smaller complex without masses of rooms and a sea view.
Bill & Coo is the perfect mix of all the above with added luxury. Situated 15 mins away from the airport by car, and 5 mins away from Mykonos Town (or a 20 min walk, which I probably wouldn't recommend if your legs are burnt to cinders like mine were), it's in an ideal location that boasts one of the best locations on the island to view the sunset, and is near enough to the buzz of the town (which is full of quaint family run tavernas and more eccentric bars), but yet still far enough away to offer a low-key relaxing vibe depending on your mood.