Jet2holidays is expanding its hotel portfolio in Mykonos two months after announcing it is to offer the Greek island for the first time this summer.
The extra properties bring the number of hotels featured in Mykonos to more than 30. As a result of the expansion, the resorts of Elia Beach and Ornos are now offered.
In November last year, the company said it would operate flights to Mykonos from Manchester and London Stansted airports for summer 2020. Flights start on May 24.
It said the latest move would offer a broader range of two to five star accommodation in villages including Agios Ioannis, Myknonos Town, Psarrou, Panormos, Tourlos and Platis Yialos.
In the new mountainside resort of Elia Beach, there will now be a choice of four five star accommodation options, while in the fishing village of Ornos in the south of the island, the four star Kivotos Mykonos is new.
Two hotels from the operator’s VIBE by Jet2holidays’ collection aimed at millennials have been added: the Myconian Korali and Myconian Kyma, both five-star. They will sit in the collection’s ‘chilled vibe’ category of properties, featuring top of the range facilities and locations.
There are five new properties in Jet2holidays’ Luxe collection, including the Myconian Naia in Mykonos Town, Myconian Utopia and Myconian Avaton in Elia Beach, Myconian Ambassador in Platis Yialos, and Mykonos Grand Resort & Spa in Agios Ioannis. This collection is made up of four and five star properties in ‘exclusive’ locations focused on offering stylish décor and good service and restaurants.
Steve Heapy, chief executive of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “We are delighted to have grown our presence in Mykonos by adding more hotel stock and increasing the choice of accommodation to holidaymakers looking to enjoy a getaway to the Cycladic island. We are confident the island will be hugely popular with holidaymakers looking for a stunning escape this summer.”
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