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Few places better capture the pristine beauty and sense of timelessness on Mykonos than Myconian Kyma. Perched atop a hill with glorious views of the Aegean Sea, the 52-room, 29-suite property is a luxurious and secluded retreat, yet a short stroll from the heart of the island and the thriving nightlife of Mykonos Town. Here, one awakens to a light-flooded Champagne breakfast with stunning views of the sea, lavish culinary feasts consisting of only the freshest ingredients from local producers, a Satori Thalasso spa with five pools and assorted treatment rooms, and personalized insider assistance to the island’s many treasures. Taken as whole, Myconian Kyma is a world of sublime experiences, lush gardens, panoramic views, private terraces, and an art-filled environment awash in marble, wood, glass, and natural materials—a truly sophisticated yet family-friendly property.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Shaping hospitality on the island of Mykonos is the Daktylides father-and-son duo, comprising Marios the younger and George the elder. With half a dozen luxury properties on the Greek island, the pair—with the help of their mother, Eleftheria—has contributed a great deal to tourism there and continues to do so with the latest addition to their portfolio, Myconian Kyma. “I grew up in Mykonos,” explains Marios Daktylides. “Like my brothers, I attended the world-renowned École Hotelière in Lausanne, and there was never the question in my mind that hospitality was what I wanted to do.”
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Marrying the modern with the traditional, the structures have bold white Cycladic forms as well as sun-drenched terraces, infinity pools, and Jacuzzis. Beiges and whites are offset by boldly colored furnishings while other pieces impart a 1960s flavor. Marbles, woods, stone, and glass are found throughout, as are works from world-renowned international artists.