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What it is
A modernist 29 room paradise that fronts Psarou beach.
What it isn't
Lacking in amenities. You might expect a boutique hotel to be too small for them, but you’d be wrong. Expect a top-notch spa, private plunge pools and perfectionist-run waterside restaurant.
What we think
Instagram influencers flocking to Greece to get their #humblebrags in would do well to book a stay at Kensho Psarou, thanks to it’s jaw-dropping modern Aegean architecture (crafted with reclaimed wood and locally-sourced stone) and expanse of blue sea stretching to the horizon just beyond the windows. Rooms are swathed in neutrals and whites and as photogenic as any member of the jetsetting glitterati could want; each one is fitted with gratis WiFi, Hermes toiletries, iPad’s preloaded with bespoke playlists and—rare in these parts—individually controlled AC. Oh, and did we mention even the basic level rooms have their own private al fresco jacuzzi, ideal for catching the sunset while steeping?
You're here because
You’re not on vacay unless there’s a spa present, and this one is a doozy, with formulas from Parisian beauty company CODAGE and ultra futuristic treatments, such as an LED mask that uses light wavelengths to revamp your skin.
As the sun plays with ripples in the pool before you, you emit a contented sigh. You can hear the bartender shaking your cocktail just as you notice over-the-top yachts bobbing in the harbour. Once you have a few drinks, you may just swim out and join them. But for now, this is paradise.
Restaurants & Bars
- Kenshō Psarou Lounge - Waterside restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine with a focus on seafood, Greek, Japanese and Peruvian flavors, mixed and mingled to make gourmet dishes
- Kenshō Bar and Sunset Lounge - Enjoy the moment along with the view, relaxation, summer mood, perfectly mixed drinks and cool creations.
Set on the sand in the teensy hamlet of Psarrou, among the most lauded beaches on all of Mykonos, thanks to its celeb sightings and fleet of sunbeds at-the-ready.