“As locals, we share a mutual dependence with the people and the land of Mykonos, and with the rest of the world through our guests.”
Marios Daktylides, Co-owner of K-Hotels
It’s not like we needed another reason to go to Mykonos this summer, but as of May 1, a new gorgeous property, the Myconian Kyma, will join the island’s rich architectural landscape of white cubic houses and cobblestone streets set beneath a blazing bright-blue sky. A luxurious retreat with lush gardens, private terraces, and an art-filled environment that’s awash in marble, wood, glass, and natural materials, the 52-room, 29-suite property will serve as a secluded hilltop retreat with glorious views of the Aegean Sea. Yet, it will also be just a short stroll to the heart of the island’s thriving nightlife in Mykonos Town.
The Myconian Kyma is part of the Myconian Collection by K-Hotels, which is still owned by the Daktylides family, pioneers of the island’s hotel scene since opening the 25-room Kohili hotel in 1979. Their newest property was designed by celebrated Lebanese architect Galal Mahmoud, who expertly framed the expansive surrounding environment with serene retreat-like spaces. The restaurant will feature the freshest ingredients from local producers, while the enormous Satori Thalasso spa will offer five pools and multiple jacuzzis, as well as facial and body treatment rooms. And staffed as it is by knowledgeable and well-connected locals, the Myconian Kyma is a perfect jumping-off point for horseback riding, yachting, island tours, and more. Myconian Kyma is bookable now for a May 1, 2017 opening.