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A legendary classic 1960s-style property, Mykonos Theoxenia has made a glamorous comeback on the Greek island. First built using local stone and Cycladic architectural elements, Aris Konstantinidis' Mykonos Theoxenia has been given the structure a modern, 1960s-glam makeover. The typical Greek white and blue color scheme has been boldly embellished in the hotel’s 52 rooms with dashes of lime, orange, and red, while beech wood furniture from the period nods to the building’s original aesthetic.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Marissa Loizou-Middleton studied marketing and advertising in London, before returning to Cyprus and working for the Louis Group, the Eastern Mediterranean’s top tourism organization that was founded by Loizou-Middleton’s grandfather and is now operated by her father Costakis Loizou. Responsible for overseeing the design and communication for 19 Louis Hotels properties, seven Louis Cruises ships, and the Louis Travel outlet chain, Loizou-Middleton continues to contribute to the growth of the family business.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Brushing shoulders with the island’s trademark white windmills and offering impressive views of the Aegean Sea below, Theoxenia’s location is hard to beat. Aris Kostantinides, one of Greece’s most respected architects from the 1960s, designed the low-lying building—which is preserved by the Greek Ministry of Civilizationand—using local stone fashioned with the traditional and time-tested Cycladic architectural techniques. The interior design stays true to Kostantinides’ original vision, with 1960s glam in the form of orange and turquoise hessian fabrics and quirky furniture—such as Patricia Urquiola’s deep blue bar stools and sofas for Moroso—contrasting stone-clad walls, and minimalistic surfaces.