A Luxe Trip to Mykonos, Greece: Where to Eat, Where to Stay and What to Do

As many of you who follow me on social media know, I took a trip with the whole family to Greece back in May–including our 8 month-old daughter. It wasn’t easy all the time but it was worth every ounce of work (If you haven’t seen it, check out my ultimate packing list for traveling with a baby).

Mykonos was a place on my bucket list for years. When I had my daughter, I really got the itch to take a beach getaway. I hadn’t been anywhere tropical during my pregnancy because I wasn’t allowed to fly too far. Plus, Zika killed our dreams of a Caribbean babymoon. Mykonos lived up to all the hype and even more. Greece in general is very child-friendly. Most people we met LOVED babies and engaged our daughter nonstop.

The best advice I can give is to pick a great luxury hotel because during the day, most people just sun and swim and enjoy the hotel amenities. When choosing where to stay, consider the Mykonos Grand Hotel and Resort. It was absolutely incredible. The views

Find out my top picks for how to spend Two Perfect Days in Mykonos in my article that I wrote for Forbes.

Here are some photos from our trip and some of my top recommendations.

If you’re looking for the best luxury hotel in Mykonos, we were very happy at the Mykonos Grand pictured here. This was the view from our balcony.

Look at this pool view at the luxurious Mykonos Grand. Heaven.

We took a sailing trip to the island of Rhenia and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Delos. Here we are stopped in Rhenia.

Could the town of Mykonos be any more picturesque? This is the place to be at night. Just wander the streets. So fun.

Next door to our hotel we headed to the lovely Hippie Fish restaurant, which was just as delicious as these gorgeous sunset views.

One happy denim family at the Mykonos Grand!

Don’t forget to check out the full article aboutTwo Perfect Days in Mykonos for the luxury traveler that I wrote for Forbes. Shoot me any questions in the comments!

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