Just a twenty minute mini-bus ride from Mykonos Airport; these apartments are a little jewel just off the main street on the outskirts of Platis Gialos.
A short downhill walk, (less than 10 mins), from the beach and the majority of the restaurants; with 3 mini-markets very close by, (one further up the main street, side-by-side with a small bakers and Nico's restaurant, (the best chicken souvlaki in the area & very friendly).
The apartments are kept wonderfully clean, the towels being changed on a daily basis; and are great value for money as the safe and aircon are free.
Our room, (no2), was large with a double bed and a single bed, and being on the first floor had a lovely little balcony to sit out on to catch the last of the evening sun. Other rooms had larger outside space, but ours was perfectly adequate.
We had the usual anti-mosquito plug-ins in the room and used the creams to deter any unwanted attention, but not sure that they were really necessary as we didn't notice any of the nasty little blighters anywhere.
If you like sunning yourself on the beach then go to the far left as it's quieter and there's a little more room to manoeuvre your sunbed just where you want it.
We enjoyed all the restaurants we visited...Nico's, Atlántida, Sefsi's and Blue Myth...but the latter two proved to be the more expensive and least satisfying of the one's we tried.
Our favourite in the village was Avli, (at the bottom of the steps leading to the beach), which had beautifully presented food and lovely views out over the bay, (if you're lucky enough to get a table facing the beach...early reservation of tables essential due to it's popularity. We managed to get on the outer tables two of the four occasions we ate there; the manager looking after us brilliantly.
The Ostria Cocktail Bar about half way along the beach was our favourite end of evening watering hole...Stefan is an absolute star.
A trip to Mykonos Town is a must; and the buses run every half hour until after midnight, and are very cheap.
There are a multitude of gift shops, boutiques and restaurants to pick from, and a very lively pary atmosphere to enjoy.
Our favourite place to eat was D'Angelo, near the windmills...an Italian restaurant serving in my opinion a tuna linguini in tomato sauce so good you'd sell your granny for the recipe.
In finishing I would say that compared to the other Greek Islands which we've visited, eating out in Mykonos is really quite expensive, (about 50% more on average), Avli, D'Angelo's and Nico's being the exceptions, and it's a shame, because if it was on a par with the Katerina Studios for value for money then it would be an island worth revisiting...but as it isn't, I'm quite sure that we won't be returning in the near future.