Mykonos Theoxenia welcomes its guests with a revamped look and yet another distinction from Trip Advisor
This year, the Mykonos Theoxenia, the luxury boutique hotel situated right next to the famous windmills of Mykonos, welcomes its guests with a new and revamped face. Following a complete renovation of its lobby and health club and with its restaurant being refreshed, the glam of the 60s is once more reborn within its walls. Renowned for the excellent level of services it provides, the Mykonos Theoxenia added yet another recognition to its records with the ‘Trip Advisor 2014 Certificate of Excellence’ for the excellent ratings it received from its guests.
The lobby has been totally refreshed in a way that fully reflects the vast history and unique architecture of the Mykonos Theoxenia. A sense of complete relaxation and a soothing ambience is what characterizes the entrance of Mykonos Theoxenia. Its lobby differs from other more conventional ones, since it constitutes an oasis of tranquility and euphoria. With yellow, pastel pink and grey with touches of green, being the main colours used in revamping the lobby, a cozy environment of nostalgia is created forming the ultimate escape from the stress of everyday life. It is the perfect setting to relax while reading a book or enjoy a cooling cocktail at the bar. The lobby’s overall 60s ambience travels the hotel’s guests to a decade that enabled mankind to dream and which led to groundbreaking achievements in art, music, cinema, fashion and design.
Loved by Jackie Kennedy Onassis and preferred by an array of eternal stars such as Grace Kelly, the Mykonos Theoxenia was built at the beginning of the 60s by the renowned Greek architect Ares Konstantinides. Today, the Mykonos Theoxenia, owned by the Louis Group and a member of the Design Hotels of the world, attracts the jet set from around the globe to its inviting 60s style and the glamour of an era that is revitalized within its walls.
Having the privilege of staying right next to the famous windmills of Mykonos, the hotel’s guests enjoy a sense of travelling back to the magic of the 60s, only this time enriched with today’s amenities and luxury and a warm hearted boutique hospitality for truly unforgettable holidays. 38 deluxe rooms and 12 exquisite suites of unique style, a free form swimming pool with a revitalizing Jacuzzi, a revamped health club, lush green gardens all around its grounds, an inside and outside bar and a restaurant with a mouthwatering cuisine right on the water and with stunning views to a sunset over a whitewashed chapel are only some of the elements that compose an experience which fully reflects the hotel’s name: Divine hospitality in Mykonos!