It has always been a fantasy of mine to vacation in the mythical Greek islands. Crystal clear, bright blue waters surrounded by magnificently ancient architecture – who wouldn’t dream of such beauty? Tucked away in the 33-square-mile island of Mykonos is the boutique Hotel Kivotos. Originally set to be a family-style villa, it has quickly become one of the most sought-after hotels on the island.
Inspired by the owner’s visual imagery of combining of a French period mirror against the backdrop of a pristine white wall, the hotel blends traditional Greek architecture with original art, aiming to provide guests with an innovative refuge of relaxation.
Kivotos possesses the antique qualities of a quaint Greek family-home away from home, but with lavish luxuries perfectly fit to pamper anyone’s inner god or goddess.
In addition to a Mid-week Fresh Fish Barbeque at the Le Pirate poolside restaurant, the hotel also offers the unique option of private dining anywhere on the property – including the beach – a swim-up Del Mar cocktail bar, and an extravagant breakfast buffet.
A private beach, spa and hot yoga are all amenities the premises also offers for those looking to take the whole R&R idea to the next level.
And get this… Hotel Kivotos also offers the option of renting out an 82-foot vintage yacht, Prince De Neufchatel, to explore the Aegean islands in style and glamor with your honey, group of friends, or that sexy new Greek guy you met last night.
This place is so exquisite I can’t help but dream out loud – when I finally book my tickets to Greece, I’m checking in here.