Check out these beautiful images of the newly completed Myconian Avaton, set on a private section of one of the longest beaches on Mykonos, bookable now for stays beginning May 11. A showpiece on the famed Elia Beach, the property is defined by its stunning panoramic views and unique mix of traditional and modern Cycladic architecture, blending local stone with white walls and wooden windows. Sublime spa and wellness facilities complement 85 harmoniously designed rooms, suites, and villas, where modern and vintage furniture match the eternal spirit of the surroundings, and private pools and Jacuzzis abound.
The property melds holistic serenity and local authenticity, perhaps best exemplified by the hotel’s culinary offerings, which can be enjoyed indoors at Myconian Avaton’s gourmet restaurant or al fresco next to its pool against the striking backdrop of pristine Elia Beach and the sparkling Aegean Sea. All the local produce served here is grown exclusively for the hotel, while a neighborhood fisherman catches seafood in the waters around Delos solely for his own family and the hotel’s restaurant.
“Every detail, every service, every corner we have created is our way of bringing people closer and building long-lasting relationships,” says Vangelis Daktylides, who with his brothers Panos, Markos, and Marios (the subject of this recently published profile) run the Myconian Collection, which counts nine properties, including one other Design Hotels member property, Myconian Kyma. “With each passing year,” continues Vangelis, “we discover new ways of communicating our passion.”