What it is
A 25-suite and two villa hideaway on the shimmering Aegean, with stone and stucco Cycladic architecture, buzzing restaurants, an in-house DJ, and a soon-to-open spa.
What it isn't
Rustic. Luxe touches abound in each room, including SONOS sound systems, terrace dining spaces, and al fresco showers.
What we think
If Greek goddess Aphrodite herself were to arise once again from the foamy surf, she might beeline straight to this hotel. The retreat combines palpable glamour with all the Greecian vibes you and your Instagram followers expect from a sojourn here—calming whitewashed architecture and, often, the blissfully blue skies that define the region. Suites are nothing short of ginormous—up to 1,650-square-feet—and sleek enough for a spread in Elle Decor magazine, with their color palette of whites and woods. Each one is chockablock with luxury: Nespresso machines, king sized Simmons mattresses, and bathrooms and slippers for slipping into a spa-like state. For an even more opulent experience, book a villa—each one is 2,600 square feet, up to four bedrooms and presides over a 360-degree panorama of Delos island. Whichever you choose, know that you can book private yoga and pilates sessions and in-room spa treatments—just as Aphrodite might do.
You're here because
You love nothing more than celeb-level privacy, and this is reportedly the only hotel where each room has its own private heated pool in all of Mykonos.
The only thing better than dinner on a seafront terrace in Greece? That same meal at the hotel’s Pere Ubu restaurant at twilight, where the only thing dreamier than the gauzy pink Aegean is the platter of grilled lobster and caviar before you.
Restaurants & Bars
Pere Ubu Restaurant - all-day Mediterranean cuisine, offering small plates for lunch and innovative drinks and tasty bites for dinner
Pool Bar - offers refreshing cocktails
Aloni Sunset Lounge - outdoor lounge offering cocktails
On a show stopping perch over the shoreline, just a 10 minute drive from Mykonos International Airport.