Grecian Paradise calling on Mykonos

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Maybe this summer’s sun isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be, or maybe it’s simply the allure of perfectly charred octopus as the waves lap at your feet that is calling. Either way, there’s an easy answer: Mykonos. And with the quintessential white sugar cubed abode of Myconian Kyma as the host, no Grecian whim shall be unfulfilled. From the easy, breezy summer sundowners to all day poolside idling, let the sharply honed hospitably skills of the newly opening Myconian Kyma act as a Greek family you wish you had.

Classically understated with a traditional Cycladic profile, the hotel marries the customary beauty of the island with a modern touch. Bright whites and soothing beiges are stunningly flecked with bold pink or teal-blue furnishings that characterize both the quietude of the setting and the vibrant spirit of the property. Perched atop a hill with glorious views of the Aegean Sea, the 52-room, 29-suite property is a luxurious and secluded retreat, yet only a short stroll from the heart of the island’s thriving nightlife in Mykonos Town.

Deftly reflecting the study in contrasts that the Cycladic islands offer, Myconian Kyma fuses old world charm and tradition with sleek modernism. Abiding by the strict Myconian rules for building, the white cubic structures are surrounded by landscaped grounds of verdant green foliage with the central pool area as central point–and a wedding chapel for those taking the other kind of plunge. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by open brezzy spaces, panoramic views, an abundance of clean lines, and informally clustered seating areas.


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